Cricket South Africa has appointed Mark Boucher as head coach for the Proteas. Enoch Nkwe will be his assistant, while Faf Du Plessis will remain captain for the team.
Proteas Team Director (Head Coach) Mark Boucher believes that the One Day International team is heading in the right direction despite squaring the Three-match ODI series against England one-all.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher says he is disappointed with the national team’s performance in the third Test underway at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
The second edition of Mzansi Super League 2.0 is upon us this weekend and Tshwane Spartans are raring to get the campaign underway as they embark on a coastal trip for a clash with Durban Heat on Saturday at Kingsmead Stadium.
Proteas legend Mark Boucher believes South Africa need to put the India tour behind them as quickly as possible and start looking to the future.
Tshwane Spartans coach Mark Boucher says he did not want star man AB de Villiers to captain the team this year because of the extra pressures that come with leadership.
Experienced South African Dale Steyn has his eye on the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia this year as he takes on added responsibility as mentor to his team’s young fast bowlers.
Vernon ‘The Surgeon’ Philander described his last Test series for the Proteas as an emotional roller-coaster despite going down 3-1 in the series and 191 runs in the fourth and final Test match at the Imperial Wanderers on Monday.
Standard Bank Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman and now ODI captain Quinton de Kock says his appointment will not distract him at all from the importance of the fourth and final Test match against England starting this Friday at the Imperial Wanderers.
The composition and leadership of both Cricket South Africa and the national cricket team, the Proteas, has been under much scrutiny in recent weeks.