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South Africa domestic news

Tsotsobe's sudden switch upsets Warriors

Apr 13, 2012: An update on the transfers in domestic cricket in South Africa

Firdose Moonda

MiWAY T20 Challenge 2011-12

Zondo hundred in vain for Impi

Feb 22, 2012: A round-up of the latest round of matches of the MiWAY T20 Challenge 2011-12

ESPNcricinfo staff

Franchise 1-Day Cup, 2011-12

Lions complete maiden victory

Nov 26, 2011: A round-up of the Franchise 1-Day Cup matches that took place on November 25

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa news

South Africa's fringe talent spurned at the IPL

Jun 8, 2011: Despite coming with lofty credentials, and sacrificing opportunities to shine in domestic cricket, South Africa's young brigade did not get a fair chance to make an impact in the IPL

Firdose Moonda

World Cup 2011

Rudolph in preliminary South Africa World Cup squad

Dec 14, 2010: Cricket South Africa have named four uncapped players in the preliminary squad for the 2011 World Cup and recalled batsman Jacques Rudolph and allrounder Johan van der Wath

ESPNcricinfo staff

MTN40 2010-11, 1st semi-final, 1st leg

van der Merwe lifts Titans to thrilling win in huge chase

Nov 27, 2010: The Titans chased the third-highest target of the MTN40 to beat the Lions by three wickets in the first leg of their semi-final in Centurion, successfully reaching 300 with eight balls to spare

Firdose Moonda

Lions v Mumbai, CLT20 2010, Johannesburg

'We were a family out there' - Alviro Petersen

Sep 10, 2010: It was, unarguably, by any measure reasonable or unreasonable, the biggest win in the hitherto limping Lions franchise's history, and Alviro Petersen knew it

Telford Vice

Lions v Mumbai, CLT20 2010, Johannesburg

Lions reclaim lost loyalties

Sep 10, 2010: Initially Mumbai had the crowd's support, but by the end, by the sheer weight of their performance, the Lions were on the path to winning back the hearts their home fans

Firdose Moonda

Lions v Mumbai, CLT20 2010, Johannesburg

Charged-up Lions stun sloppy Mumbai

Sep 10, 2010: Sachin Tendulkar the batsman nearly made up for Sachin Tendulkar the captain, but a charged-up Lions side completed a feel-good underdog win in a tense finish to kick off the Champions League T20

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga

South African news

Kemp and Philander's World Twenty20 hopes get boost

Mar 16, 2010: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has trimmed the initial squad of 30 for the World Twenty20 2010 to be played in the Caribbean next month to 18, with the final squad of 15 to be announced on March 30

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa domestic round-up

Albie Morkel finds form amid rain

Oct 5, 2009: A round-up from the latest domestic action in South Africa

Firdose Moonda

South Africa U-19s v England U-19s, 2nd Twenty20, Paarl

South Africa claim Twenty20 series

Jan 22, 2009: South Africa Under-19s wrapped up their short Twenty20 series against England Under-19s 2-0 with a 21-run victory in Paarl as the visitors were again let down by their batting

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa U-19s v England U-19s, 2nd ODI, Paarl

Pienaar stars for South Africa

Jan 14, 2009: England Under-19s slumped to their second defeat to South Africa in as many days, losing the second ODI by the comprehensive margin of 63 runs in Paarl, with Obus Pienaar turning in a fine display with bat and ball for the hosts

ESPNcricinfo staff

SuperSport Series round-up

Warriors bowl out Eagles for 28 as they go top

Oct 13, 2008: Cricinfo rounds-up the action from the second round of matches from the SuperSport Series

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South African cricket

Young South African spinners to train in India

May 30, 2008: Jonathan Vandiar, a Dolphins legspinner, who took four wickets in six World Cup Under-19 matches, will also be making the trip to Mohali where the players will attend a training camp under former Indian spinner Narendra Hirwani and other coaches

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008 final, Kuala Lumpur

Move over Jonty, here comes Engelbrecht

Mar 2, 2008: South Africa managed to restrict India, the strongest batting side of the Under-19 World Cup, to a meagre 159, thank to their fielders

George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Pakistan v South Africa, 2nd semi-final, U-19 World Cup

Rain forces resumption of semi-final on Saturday

Feb 29, 2008: A monsoonal shower during the Pakistan run-chase forced the semi-final to be put on hold and the players will return on Saturday to resume the contest with Pakistan needing 166 runs to win in 28.1 overs with eight wickets in hand

The Bulletin by George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

Under-19 World Cup 2008, quarter-finals

All-round Parnell leads 201-run rout of Bangladesh

Feb 24, 2008: A round-up of the action from the the first day of the quarter-finals in the Under-19 World Cup

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Under-19 World Cup

India's batting might pitted against England bowling

Feb 23, 2008: George Binoy previews the India v England and Bangladesh v South Africa quarter-final matches at the Under-19 World Cup

The Preview George Binoy in Kuala Lumpur

India v South Africa, Under-19 World Cup 2008

Sangwan's five sets up six-wicket victory

Feb 19, 2008: India Under-19s maintained their place atop Group B with a six-wicket win over South Africa, one put into motion by left-arm seamer Pradeep Sangwan's five-for and completed courtesy a patient second-wicket stand of 95

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter
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