30.10.2019 07:27 am
The governing body’s ‘decisive action’ now means there is nobody with any international playing experience left in CSA management.
Cricket South Africa on Tuesday suspended both their chief financial officer, Naasei Appiah, and their acting director of cricket, Corrie van Zyl, leaving the beleaguered organisation in even more chaos with the high-stakes Mzansi Super League starting next week and the national team fresh off a disastrous tour of India, with England arriving in December.
The Proteas skipper isn’t oblivious to the challenges after the whitewash against India, but at least he’s staying for ride.
India’s superiority in the Test series is the least of South Africa’s problems with a full domestic international season still ahead.
Farhaan Behardien and Pite van Biljon won’t readily admit to it, but the two stalwarts provide vital stability in dark times for SA cricket.
You know you’ve had a bad day with the bat when your concussion substitute top scores.
But his creditable effort wasn’t enough to see India dominate the Proteas once again.
South Africa’s day was summed up by Kagiso Rabada: brilliant at the start, wayward by the end.
The Proteas skipper is considering utilising the new rule in the final Test against India in Ranchi after calling wrong an incredible 9 times to date in Asia.
Kyle Verreynne lays down a marker (and repays his coach’s faith) as South African cricket continues to hope a new Jacques Kallis is emerging.
The former Protea was the intermediary in the scandal that rocked domestic cricket at the end of 2015.
The Proteas opener has subsequently flown home from the Test series against India to see a specialist.
But time is running out for two men considered cornerstones of the future Test side.
Enoch Nkwe’s troops once again show little to no fight as the hosts clinch the Test series with a game in hand.