VENUE Harare Sports Club, Harare Home to Zimbabwe cricket, Harare Sports Club also known as Salisbury Sports Club is one of the major Tests and ODI venue in the country. Floodlights were installed in the year 2011 and it has a capacity of 10000 people. Located in the heart of the city, this stadium is […]
New Zealand vs. South Africa, 3rd Test, Day 4- South Africa takes the upper hand Wellington: Day 4 was a complete shock for New Zealand as they lost quick wickets which restricted them to a total of only 275 in their second innings. The hero of the day was Vernon Philander who took 6 […]
Rain came again to hamper the excitement on the opening day of the third test match at Basin Reserve. But South Africa didn’t let the advantage slip away and ended the day on 136-2 having a firm grip on the match. New Zealand, who won the toss and asked proteas to bat first, got a lucky breakthrough by taking the ……………
South Africa took full advantage of New Zealand’s out of form batting line up to wrap up the second test match within three days by beating them comprehensively by 9 wickets. Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla faced no difficulties while chasing a below par 101 run target set by New Zealand after they were bowled out for 168 in their second innings. Kane Williamson provided the lone resistance with his 77 off 193 balls as the others were sent back in quick succession. Vernon Philander was the most dangerous bowler taking up six wickets in less than ……..
South Africa’s aberrant bowling display left New Zealand gasping for breath in the second half of first day of the second test. From a strong 133-2, the Kiwi batting fell apart miserably to being bowled out for just 185. New Zealand batted carefully after a delayed start due to persistent rain at the ground but the course of the test match changed in just a matter of three over’s. Such was the scale of agony that New Zealand’s score board was struck at 133 even as six wickets fell in between. It all started in the 49th over, when Brendon McCullum playing beautifully on 61 tried to play a pull shot off Dale Steyn, but it …………
Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis struck centuries to put South Africa in a dominating position at 268-3 at the end of the third day of the first test match at Dunedin. Smith made 115 from 234 balls while Kallis was unbeaten on 107 from 236 balls as South Africa seemed to head towards a big second innings total. New Zealand did their best in the first half of the day, first by stretching their last wicket stand by another 30 runs and then by taking two quick wickets to put South Africa in ……..
New Zealand grabbed the early advantage on the first day of the first test and left South Africa baffled at 191-7. Rain washed away the entire morning session and Ross Taylor won the toss shortly after the lunch and smarlty put in South Africa to bat first. The decison was more or less taken keeping in mind the overcast conditions and to exploit the pace from the placid ……………
South Africa sealed the three match one day series after scoring an easy win of six wickets in the second ODI. Brilliant bowling performances by South African bowlers Morne Morkel and Lonwabo Tsotsobe combined with an alluring innings of opener Hashim Amla earned them a series win. New Zealand batsmen failed to score much on\at the McLean Park pitch which is a batsman’s paradise according to South African captain AB de Villiers. South Africa AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to field first to restrict the kiwi’s to a big score and then chase down the total. New Zealand got off to a poor start losing opener……….
NEW ZEALAND VS SOUTH AFRICA, 3rd t20- South Africa pulls off the T20 Series against New Zealand in an exciting last over game Auckland – South Africa pulled off the T20 series in a mind crunching style by beating New Zealand by 3 runs. South Africa’s 21 year old Marchant de Lange defended six runs […]
This February, the atmosphere will warmed when South Africa will tour the kiwi land, for three T20s, three ODIs and three Test matches. It will be an exciting to see the contest between South Africa and New Zealand as both the teams had good start to the year. South Africa has beaten Sri Lanka whereas New Zealand has beaten Zimbabwe comprehensively. The contest between the two teams is a much awaited affair as South Africa will be touring New Zealand after eight years.
The contest will start from Friday, Feb. 7,with their first T20 match at Wellington, following by one day an
Bloemfontein: Sri Lanka made a desperate attempt to keep the five match one-day series alive but they ran out of luck this time as Rain interruption found the home team ahead by 4 runs on a Duckworth Lewis calculation. Although both teams were on even terms before the thunderstorms came hit the Chevrolet Park, but Sri Lanka paid a heavy price
East London: South Africa continued to dominate Sri Lanka and registered a thumping win over the visitors by 5 wickets and once again exposed Sri Lanka’s batting problems. The visitors came back from a nightmarish first match in which they were bowled out for a record low score of 43 to play a safe but slow innings to give South Africa a