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Brathwaite, Dowrich half-centuries put Windies in control

The West Indies hold a commanding 99-run lead over England at the end of the third day of the first Test on Friday.

Skipper Holder takes 6/42 as West Indies dismiss England for 204

England, at 174/9, didn’t look like reaching 200 but Dom Bess hit 31 not out to reached that total.

SA men’s cricketers receive thumbs-up from team physio

'I had to trust them to do the activities that had been put in place for them. It was quite nice to see that all of them have done what they were supposed to.' – Craig Govender

OPINION: All options should be on the table during Cricket SA...

CSA’s next annual general meeting needs to be about much more than electing new board members and announcing financial results.

Moreeng will stay on as Proteas women’s head coach

Hilton Moreeng, who has been head coach of the national side since 2012, was re-appointed on a three-year contract.

Windies must win in four days, says Lara

Batting great Brian Lara has said West Indies' best chance of victory against England is to race out to an early lead and secure the win inside five days.

Cricket back on SuperSport

If England’s batting looks a little scratchy, there are no such concerns with the bowling, which looks fast and lethal with the likes of Mark Wood, Jofra Archer and Ollie Stone all capable of inflicting damage.

New training measures frustrating but necessary, says Lungi Ngidi

Proteas star Lungi Ngidi says the return to training has been 'a bit difficult and different'.

Laura’s T20 semi-final trauma still lingers

SA Women’s Cricketer of the Year, Laura Wolvaardt, admits that she has still not watched a replay of their T20 World Cup semi-final loss to Australia.

Quinny has ‘thrived’ under lockdown

'This lockdown has been good for me, it’s given me the break I really needed.'