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Quinton de Kock's 76 gave South Africa a bright start in Harare, but the visitors were bowled out for 231 after a top-order collapse
Quinton de Kock's 76 gave South Africa a bright start in Harare, but the visitors were bowled out for 231 after a top-order collapse © AFP
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Mark Nicholas on Graeme Pollock, a man who has been among the finest players from his country, and on the world stage

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Shaun Pollock talks to Alison Mitchell about career highs and lows

    The deciders

ESPNcricinfo XI: Steven Lynch picks classic five-Test clashes that were decided by the final Test

    Remembering cricket's fallen

Review: This collection of obituaries of cricketers who died in the Great War is one of the books of the year

    An all-round ODI giant

Numbers Game: Few players can boast the sort of numbers that Jacques Kallis achieved in ODIs

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The other rebels

Russell Jackson: Not many remember the International Wanderers teams who visited apartheid South Africa to play cricket

'The more you win, the more people will watch women's cricket'

The Cricket Couch: SA captain Mignon du Preez talks about her side's recent successes

The last of the long run-up

Jon Hotten: The sight of a fast bowler running in from a distance is a thrilling one. And it's increasingly rare now

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Jacques Kallis reveals what he was up to, with Mark Boucher, when he decided to inform the selectors of his international retirement

Imran Tahir chipped in with a handy 23
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JP Duminy was trapped lbw by Prosper Utseya
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Rilee Rossouw departed for a duck
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Quinton de Kock pulls during his 76
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Quinton de Kock goes on the attack
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Hashim Amla plays one off his toes
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Country Fixtures Country Results
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare - Aug 29
South Africa 231 Zimbabwe 138/5 (31.3/50 ov)
1st T20I: Eng Women v SA Women at Chelmsford
Sep 1, 2014 (18:30 local | 17:30 GMT | 13:30 EDT | 12:30 CDT | 10:30 PDT)
Australia v South Africa at Harare
Sep 2, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 03:30 EDT | 02:30 CDT | 00:30 PDT)
2nd T20I: Eng Women v SA Women at Northampton
Sep 3, 2014 (18:30 local | 17:30 GMT | 13:30 EDT | 12:30 CDT | 10:30 PDT)
Zimbabwe v South Africa at Harare
Sep 4, 2014 (09:30 local | 07:30 GMT | 03:30 EDT | 02:30 CDT | 00:30 PDT)
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