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Phehlukwayo takes valuable learning from pressure situations

Proteas all-rounder, Andile Phehlukwayo, hopes to take the experience from his match-winning performance in the 78-run win in the first ODI against New Zealand as valuable learning going forward in his young international career. The 20-year-old showed the temperament of a veteran in his unbeaten 29 off 23 balls, which, along with the contribution from AB de Villiers (37 off 34 balls), steered the Proteas to a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.

He gave a glimpse of his death-hitting skills earlier this season, when he blasted an unbeaten 42 off 39 balls in the four-wicket win against Australia in Durban. The Proteas were in the same situation as Sunday evening, and the youngster was once again able to step up with an explosive display of confident and measured powerful hitting.


Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe again!

When Solomon Mire was hammering the Afghan bowlers for a superb fifty at the start of the Zimbabwe innings at Harare Sports Club today, it seemed that the home side may have been on course for a fine victory, weather permitting.

The weather may have permitted, but the Zimbabwe middle-order batsmen did not. They were in command until the fall of their fourth wicket, when they needed 100 more runs with seven batsmen still in hand. Yet again, though, a lack of cricketing wisdom and fight betrayed the home side, who slid steadily downhill to another defeat, this one by 54 runs.


West Indies players to attend camps in Antigua

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West Indies male and female players will be involved in several camps in Antigua in the coming weeks as they prepare for various international assignments.

Starting Thursday, February 23, the West Indies Men’s team will be in camp under the guidance of new Head Coach Stuart Law as they prepare for the three-match One-Day International Series against England.


Hamilton Masakadza included in Zimbabwe ODI squad

Opening batsman Hamilton Masakadza has been included in the Zimbabwe senior men’s squad for the ongoing tour by Afghanistan. The 33-year-old had not been considered for the tour at the onset after he failed to meet the required fitness level during a test conducted on all the country’s top players at the beginning of this month.

After Masakadza underwent the same test on Friday and passed, the national selectors decided to add him to the Zimbabwe side which plays Afghanistan at Harare Sports Club today, in the second match of a five One-Day International (ODI) series at Harare Sports Club.


All round Phehlukwayo guides South Africa to last over win

Andile Phehlukwayo continued to enhance his growing all-round reputation by providing crucial late support for AB de Villiers as the Standard Bank Proteas sealed a nail-biting, four-wicket win over New Zealand in their rain-affected, first One-Day International (ODI) of a five-match series in Hamilton on Sunday.

The youngster plundered two sixes and two fours in his 29 not out off 23 balls to take South Africa past their 208 victory-target with a delivery to spare in their 34-over-a-side affair at Seddon Park.


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