• News

    Wiese expects JP to shine

    Barend Prins spoke to David Wiese about his recent Proteas T20 call-up and JP Duminy's potential as captain of the side in Australia...

  • Exclusive: Ali Shah’s World Cup memories

    "In our team we had lawyers, IT specialists and farmers, but we just wanted to show the world that we could play cricket and deserved Test status."

  • Australia

    Exclusive chat with SA and Hants’ Barry Richards

    Donald Bradman once said that cancelling the Australia series against South Africa in 1971, which resulted in SA's cricket isolation for 21 years 'was one of the saddest days of my life. It meant the end of Barry Richards' Test career.'

  • News

    Jayawardene: I have no regrets about my career

    Sometimes the word 'legend' or 'great' is thrown around loosely when speaking about players but after playing 149 Tests, 448 ODIs and 55 T20s for his country we can safely say that Mahela Jayawardene is both.

  • News

    Rusty: I would love to play at a global event

    By the end of the 2009/2010 South Africa domestic cricket season, Juan Theron was the name on the lips of everyone that follows South African cricket.

  • Blog Opinion

    Exclusive: Women’s BBL is ‘next big thing’

    When hearing the name Mignon du Preez, the average person on the street can be forgiven for not knowing who that is, but the South Africa women's captain, 'Minx' as she is known to friends, is determined to change that.

  • Australia

    Siddle: A lot more tricks in the bag than I had

    'Come onnnnnn!' The familiar guttural roar of Peter Siddle, right index finger aloft, charging past a defeated batsman and into the arms of his 'keeper and slips to mark each of his 192 Test wickets.

  • England

    C365 Exclusive: Ian Bell on his seventh Ashes

    England top order batsman Ian Bell is one of the most experienced players in the current Ashes series, and chatted to Cricket365 about his preparations, Trevor Bayliss, and facing Mitchell Johnson again.

  • Blog Opinion

    Lara exclusive: Infrastructure has failed Windies

    When one is offered five minutes to chat with West Indies legend Brian Lara, you take it immediately and say thank you, even if he's on a scratchy phone line from St Kitts.

  • News

    Exclusive: Ambrose on his career highlights and more

    There was no finer sight in cricket in the 1990s than watching Curtly Ambrose on song. His flowing run up, high action and out and out aggression was awe inspiring to watch.