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Rest of South Africa v Indians, Potchefstroom, 3rd day

Zaheer spearheads Indian win

Dec 9, 2006: Zaheer Khan once again led the way with the ball as the Indians wrapped up a comprehensive 96-run victory over Rest of South Africa in the tour game at Sedgars Park in Potchefstroom

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran in Potchefstroom

Rest of South Africa v Indians, Potchefstroom, 2nd day

India edge ahead on bowlers' day

Dec 8, 2006: The Indian batsmen suffered another collective meltdown that took the sheen off a superb bowling performance on the second day of the tour game against Rest of South Africa at Sedgars Park in Potchefstroom

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran in Potchefstroom

Rest of SA v Indians, Potchefstroom, 1st day

It was Ganguly at his best

Dec 7, 2006: For Ganguly, it was very much a fresh start, a new chapter in what is already a storied career

Dileep Premachandran in Potchefstroom

Rest of South Africa v Indians, Potchefstroom

Ganguly and Pathan revive India

Dec 7, 2006: Sourav Ganguly and Irfan Pathan launched a superb counterattack in the afternoon after the highly-rated Morne Morkel cut a swathe through the Indian top order at Sedgars Park in Potchefstroom

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran in Potchefstroom

Gauteng/North West XI v Zimbabweans, Potchefstroom

Masakadza century sets up Zimbabwean win

Feb 16, 2005: The Zimbabweans recovered from an ordinary start to their tour of South Africa to inflict a comprehensive seven-wicket defeat on a combined Gauteng & North West XI at Sedgars Park in Potchefstroom

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South Africa A v England XI, Potchefstroom

Hazy, lazy days

Dec 11, 2004: Potchefstroom is a tranquil University town, 75 miles south-west of Johannesburg, and the sort of place that does exactly what it says on the tin, says Andrew Miller

Roving Reporter by Andrew Miller in Potchefstroom

South Africa A v England XI, Potchefstroom

Butcher steals Key's thunder

Dec 10, 2004: Robert Key's fears that his barnstorming innings in England's tour opener might have been his last meaningful act on this tour gaied ground with the news that Mark Butcher had been preferred for tomorrow's three-day game against South Africa A at

Andrew Miller in Potchesfroom

South Africa A v New Zealand A, 2nd OD, Potchefstroom

South Africa A clinch series win

Oct 2, 2004: South Africa A's decision to bowl first, prompted by the evening dew, came good as New Zealand A batted poorly and were rolled out for 125

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South Africa v England, 5th women's ODI, Potchefstroom

Birch canes South Africa

Mar 1, 2004: Charlotte Edwards made 81, and Rosalie Birch produced a fine allround performance with 5 for 50 and 42 not out, as England's women sealed the five-match one-day series against South Africa in emphatic fashion

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New kids on the block

Jun 4, 2003: It is little wonder that the 50th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation was such a low-key affair

Andrew Miller

Records fall as Australia break the Namibian dream

Feb 27, 2003: What started out as a dream turned into a nightmare as the Australia's clinical opening bowler, Glenn McGrath, took seven for 15 to demolish the Namibian batting, bowling them out for 45 in 14 overs and ensuring a win by 256 runs on a good batting

Keith Lane

Milestones Preview: Australia v Namibia, Canada v South Africa

Feb 27, 2003: Lance Klusener (RSA) needs 3 wickets to join the 25 World Cup wicket-club Shane Pollock (RSA) needs 4 wickets to join the 25 World Cup wicket-club

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Ponting salutes Dutch courage

Feb 20, 2003: Australia's captain Ricky Ponting had warm praise for the Netherlands after his side clinched a comfortable 75-run win in their rain-affected World Cup Pool A clash in Potchefstroom.

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Potchefstroom ground staff help Australia to four points

Feb 20, 2003: A sterling effort by the groundsmen, administrators and a willing Netherlands team saw Australia run out winners in a rain-affected match at the North West Stadium in Potchefstroom.

Keith Lane

Injury threatens South Africa's fielding maestro

Feb 12, 2003: Jonty Rhodes' future in the World Cup is uncertain after South Africa's star fielder fractured a bone in his hand against Kenya

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Kenya crushed as hosts secure first win

Feb 12, 2003: Herschelle Gibbs totally destroyed any chance that Kenya might have thought they had as the right-handed opener stroked South Africa to a ten-wicket victory at the North West Stadium in Potchefstroom.

Keith Lane

Cullinan fails to impress but Klusener shines with the ball

Nov 23, 2002: Lance Klusener's poor form with the bat may have continued, but the all-rounder starred with the ball to ensure that South Africa A completed a convincing 65-run victory against the touring Sri Lankans at Potchestroom on Saturday.

Charlie Austin

South Africa crush Bangladesh in Potchefstroom

Oct 27, 2002: South Africa destroyed Bangladesh on the third and last day of the secondCastle/MTN Test in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane

South Africa in control as Bangladesh toil

Oct 26, 2002: South Africa took the Castle/MTN second Test against Bangladesh by the scruff of the neck with three hundreds in a total of 414/2 at the end of day two in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane

Bangladesh squander lunchtime position

Oct 25, 2002: The North West Stadium became the eleventh South African Test venue as Bangladesh met South Africa in the second Castle Lager/MTN Test in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane
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