All eyes will be on Morne van Wyk on Friday afternoon, as the wicketkeeper-batsman returns to central franchise territory to lead the Sunfoil Dolphins against the side he served for 17 years prior to his move this winter. Van Wyk made his first-class debut for the team now known as the Chevrolet Knights back in 1996/97, and admits that it will be an emotional occasion taking the field against them in a Momentum One-Day Cup fixture at the Diamond Oval on Friday.
The former Leicestershire and England batsman James Whitaker will succeed Geoff Miller as the Chairman of Selectors and National Selector on January 1, 2014. Geoff Miller notified the England and Wales Cricket Board of his wish to step down from his role during the home Investec Ashes Series in 2013.
Anisa Mohammed followed up destructive batting from Deandra Dottin with a devastating spell to allow West Indies Women to mark her 50th Twenty20 International with a memorable 23-run victory over New Zealand Women in the Women’s T20I Tri-Series on Monday here.
Long-serving Clarets employee Jim Thompson has received the royal seal of approval in a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace. The 85-year-old, who won the Football League’s Unsung Hero award in 2011, was one of 10 people recently nominated by the Football League to recognise their outstanding contribution and service to football.
- Diamonds have work to do against Malawi
- Miller seals Dolphins victory
- Diamonds edge Silver Ferns in thrilling Constellation Cup finish
- McCloud called up for final Constellation Cup Test
- Six-wicket Parnell stuns the Knights
- Experience gets Cobras home in cliff-hanger
- Stafanie Taylor makes 135 not out, takes 4-35 as Windies take Series in style
- Pune FC beat 10-man Mohun Bagan 2-0
- Kings XI Punjab to launch ACB 20-20 Big Cricket Event
- 17-year-old Quintyne stars for Windies Women
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