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07:56 (GMT+2), Thu, 11 February 2016
Proteas squad named for World Twenty20 Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) National Selection Panel on Wednesday named the 15-man Oxigen Proteas squad to compete at the ICC World Twenty20 to be played in India next month. Rilee Rossouw and David Wiese, who missed the India series through injury, return to the squad, as does Aaron Phangiso who has been preferred to Eddie Leie as the second specialist spin bowling option. Dale Steyn also makes a return to the sq... read more
05:56 (GMT+2), Thu, 11 February 2016
Birch the hero as Warriors destroy Dolphins Andrew Birch recorded career-best figures as the Warriors cruised to a nine-wicket bonus-point win over the Sunfoil Dolphins in their Momentum One-Day Cup match at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban on Wednesday. Paceman Birch ended with the superb figures of 10-5-15-4, while Ayabulela Gqamane nabbed 3/18 as the hosts were bundled out for just 110 off 28.3 overs. The visitors then reached 111 for one off 23.5 overs with ... read more
07:55 (GMT+2), Wed, 10 February 2016
Southern Kings name team to play Cheetahs The Southern Kings team will run out against the Toyota Cheetahs on Friday under the leadership of Steven Sykes. Announcing his extended 26-man squad for the game at a press conference on Tuesday,  head coach Deon Davids said he was looking forward to the Kings first game against another Vodacom Super Rugby side this season. Up front, Davids has replaced hooker Edgar Marutlulle, who is out with an injury to his ear,... read more
05:48 (GMT+2), Wed, 10 February 2016
Proteas keep series alive with Centurion win HASHIM AMLA scored his 22nd ODI century and Quinton de Kock his 10th to set the Castle Lager Proteas up for a seven-wicket victory over England and keep the series alive in the third Momentum ODI at SuperSport Park on Tuesday. England still lead the series 2-1 as the two teams head for the fourth ODI at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on Friday. Should the Proteas win this match then the two teams will go to a decider in the ... read more
08:41 (GMT+2), Sun, 07 February 2016
Chippa beat Cosmos 2-1 EAST LONDON, February 6 (ANA) – Chippa United were simply too good for Jomo Cosmos in a 2-1 Absa Premiership victory at the Buffalo City Stadium on Saturday night.   It was the Chilli Boys’ second win in two home games since moving to East London. The crowd was electric throughout the 90 minutes as Dan Malesela’s team played some wonderful football, the visiting team only managing to score via the pena... read more
15:53 (GMT+2), Fri, 05 February 2016
Magnificent St Georges Park The Castle Lager Proteas have been boosted by Kyle Abbott’s return to fitness for the second Momentum One-Day International (ODI) against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Abbott has been struggling with a left hamstring injury which ruled him out of the first match in Bloemfontein, and is available for selection after passing a fitness test. Proteas batsman, Faf du Plessis, says the ava... read more
15:38 (GMT+2), Thu, 04 February 2016
Kings name squad for SWD friendly The Southern Kings have selected a strong squad to take on the SWD Eagles at Outeniqua Park in George tomorrow, with Steven Sykes being selected to captain the side. Southern Kings Head Coach, Deon Davids, said he had selected Sykes based on his experience and because he had shown leadership in the group. “We gave Edgar (Marutlulle) and Schalk (Ferreira) leadership opportunities during the session against NMMU Madiba... read more
10:06 (GMT+2), Thu, 04 February 2016
England go one up on Proteas QUINTON DE KOCK played arguably the best knock by a South African opening batsman in an ODI since Herschelle Gibbs’ 175 in the famous 438 match but it was not enough to get the Castle Lager Proteas across the line in the opening Momentum ODI against England at the Mangaung Oval on Wednesday. England won by 39 runs on the D/L method after rain stopped play with the Proteas on 250/5 in 33.3 overs in pursuit of the massi... read more
14:12 (GMT+2), Wed, 03 February 2016
Box ticked for PE sports administrator Port Elizabeth sports administrator Riaan Osman has ticked off a long-held life goal from his bucket list after being appointed manager of the SA U19 cricket team that competed in Bangladesh last week. The biennial ICC U19 Cricket World Cup began on January 27 and runs until February 14, with matches being played at venues such as Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet and Cox’s Bazar. “I always strived towards being gran... read more
14:51 (GMT+2), Tue, 02 February 2016
Another liquidation application against EP Rugby A group of 18 former EP Kings rugby players has intervened in the liquidation process of cash strapped EP Rugby Pty Ltd The group's lawyer Craig Jessop told AlgoaFM News that his clients were joining the liquidation process as co-applicants and in their own capacity after EP Rugby failed to meet a deadline of midnight on Sunday to pay them R12 million in arrears and damages over the non payment of salaries. Last week... read more
11:20 (GMT+2), Tue, 02 February 2016
Two new SA refs on Super Rugby panel Two of South Africa's brightest refereeing prospects, Rasta Rasivhenge and Quinton Immelman, have been added to the match official panel for the forthcoming Vodacom Super Rugby season, where a number of law variations will be in play. SANZAAR - officially the new name of the organisation to reflect the inclusion of Argentina in the existing joint-venture between South Africa, New Zealand and Australia - on Tuesday annou... read more
17:49 (GMT+2), Mon, 01 February 2016
Blitzboks call up for Tim Agaba The Springbok Sevens team on Monday called up the uncapped Tim Agaba for the Sydney leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series as replacement for Justin Geduld, who is returning home with a shoulder injury. Geduld landed awkwardly during a tackle against New Zealand in their pool match in Wellington on Saturday morning (SA time). He did not play at all on Sunday, leaving the already injury-hit Springbok Sevens team to comple... read more
11:09 (GMT+2), Mon, 01 February 2016
Springbok Sevens take World Series lead The Springbok Sevens moved to the top of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series standings despite suffering a heart-breaking 24-21 loss to arch rivals New Zealand in the final of the Wellington Sevens. New Zealand scored three tries in the last two minutes to clinch another epic final battle between the two rugby superpowers at the Westpac Stadium. South Africa had the impressive Rosko Specman in the sin bin for much of that ti... read more
10:35 (GMT+2), Mon, 01 February 2016
Marchant de Lange back for Proteas The five-match Momentum One-Day International (ODI) series against England is an opportunity for the Castle Lager Proteas to build on their winning consistency in the format. The Proteas enter the series on the back of a historic 3-2 series win against India in India, and some confidence after the Test match win last week. Proteas coach, Russell Domingo, expects a high-scoring contest with the number of explosive batsmen in... read more
10:32 (GMT+2), Mon, 01 February 2016
Warriors beat Titans in East London COLIN INGRAM struck an unbeaten 97 as the Warriors moved back into second place on the Momentum One-Day Cup standings with a 14-run win over The Unlimited Titans at Buffalo Park on Sunday. The home captain was left stranded three short of a century having faced 97 balls as his side were bowled out for 285 in 49.1 overs after winning the toss and batting first in East London. The outstanding Grant Thomson cleaned up last ... read more
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