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Legendary fielder Colin Bland dies aged 80

Apr 16, 2018: The allrounder, who played 21 Tests for South Africa between 1961 and 1966, had been suffering from colon cancer for several years

Firdose Moonda

'If you hit in the air against SA, expect to be caught'

Apr 5, 2010: Every South African fielder has had a role model to look up to: Jonty Rhodes, Peter Kirsten and Sybrand Engelbrecht explain why the country has never lacked fielding talent

Telford Vice

Colin Bland - a profile

Feb 9, 2000: Following a request for information from one of our readers, Beverly Treml of the United Kingdom, we are very grateful to Alwyn Pichanick, a past president of the Zimbabwe Cricket Union and during Colin's career for Rhodesia frequently a selector and

Alwyn Pichanick


Colin Bland

1966: England were 240 for four wickets and heading for a match-winning lead against South Africa at Lord's when KF Barrington, who was 91, played perhaps the most fateful stroke in the 1965 Test series

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