When the national cricket team starts quoting you then pat yourself on the back, because it looks like the Proteas are fans of Gordon.
National cricket hero Jacques Kallis isn’t proving very popular on Twitter right now, one tweet causing some serious backlash.
We may never again see the likes of what happened yesterday, the T20 final ending in the most dramatic fashion imaginable.
It would be fair to say Gulam Bodi’s name is in the toilet right now, and interviews like this won’t go a long way to remedying that.
Just when you think it’s gone quiet on the local match-fixing scene another name pops out of the hat, this time a man with an extensive Proteas career.
There are certain things you don’t want the cameras to pick up on live telly, one of those being the fake snorting of some Colombian marching powder.
When you don the Proteas uniform you’re expected to be on your best behaviour, which includes what you get up to when sitting on the bench.
It looks like international retirement, whether willingly or not, is treating old KP pretty well. Tough times in Dubai mate.
The once revered legspinner is quickly becoming a laughing stock, his appetite for fame including appearing on one of those ‘I’m a Celebrity’ shows.
Looks like team unity is rather decent within the Aussie cricket camp, some of the lads getting handsy during the national anthem.
Justice has been swift in the case of Gulam Bodi, the former cricketer admitting match-fixing charges as his punishment was dished out.
On the field Shane Warne was rather persistent, peppering the batsmen with leggies until they eventually crumbled. Turns out he’s similar off the field too.
As cricket here at home lurches from one disaster to another, another national player has been outed for his role in the match-fixing scandal.
It appears getting a cricketer to underperform doesn’t come cheap, Gulam Bodi tempting players with massive offers of cash.
Things are going from bad to worse for the under-fire Proteas, a series loss to England followed by revelations of bad behaviour on overseas flights.
It looks like we finally know who the central figure in the T20 match-fixing saga is.
The Newlands crowd came thirsty and smashed our previous record – although that might have had something to do with the hiding on the first two days.
In what came as a shock to many Hashim stepped down as captain of the national team with immediate effect yesterday evening. Here’s why.
West Indian power hitter Chris Gayle is a popular figure around the world, although one interview yesterday has divided opinion.
It looks like KP had his feathers ruffled after being denied entry into an airline lounge, using Twitter to try and drum up support.
It was a rather embarrassing evening for the folks over at Cricket South Africa, although some Facebook users may have liked what they saw.
On his day he was right up with there with the best we’ve seen, Mitchell Johnson having struck fear into the hearts of batsmen the world over.
AB de Villiers is without a shadow of a doubt the world’s best cricketer, but his recent exploits in India have seen him achieve something never done before.
When you’ve spent a great deal of time formulating a plan to tackle the opposition – yes, we have a plan – it is something of a blunder when that information goes public.
When you’ve sent all of your criminals to a far-flung island, and they return years later to smash you in every sport under the sun, one must celebrate a dominant day in style.
It’s always a good laugh when you pop up on the big screen whilst at a sporting event. Unfortunately for this lady the laugh was mostly at her expense after she took a tumble live on air.
Sunday saw Morgan Deane, Graeme Smith’s soon to be ex-wife, go off on a rant of note that set Twitter ablaze. Here’s how things played out.