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Proteas enter Test with clean slate
Author: csa
Castle Lager Proteas captain, Hashim Amla, says the 1-0 lead counts for nothing as his team prepares to face Sri Lanka in the second Test at the Sinhalese Sports Club in Colombo on Thursday.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | Views: 322
Proteas do their bit for charity
Author: csa
Members of the Castle Lager Proteas squad took time out to contribute to a worthy cause by hosting a coaching clinic for visually impaired cricketers in Colombo on Tuesday. The clinic is part of the "Seeing is Believing" campaign, which aims to raise funds for Sri Lanka's visually impaired cricket team heading to the World Cup to be held in South Africa in November.
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | Views: 433
Kulkarni fifer leads India A to victory
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Author: Cricket South Africa
Dhawal Kulkarni took five wickets for 54 runs to lead India A to an emphatic 70-run win over South Africa A when they met at Gardens Oval in Darwin, Australia on Tuesday
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 | Views: 368
Proteas wont be backing down - AB
Author: csa
The Castle Lager Proteas have descended from the high of winning the first Test against Sri Lanka, and have shifted their focus to the final match starting in Colombo on Thursday. Proteas vice-captain, AB de Villiers, says the squad is hungry and committed to finishing the tour off with a win, and will not back off despite the fact that the series can't be lost.
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 | Views: 136
Kirsten joins Proteas ahead of 2nd Test
Author: csa
Gary Kirsten has joined the Castle Lager Proteas squad ahead of the second Test against Sri Lanka starting in Colombo on Thursday. The former Proteas coach has previously been used as a strategic and batting consultant on an ad hoc basis, since relinquishing his head coach position with the national team last year.
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 | Views: 564

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