NEIL MANTHORP: Umpire’s error added to World Cup drama

These things happen, I just don’t want to see it happen again, says Kiwi captain Kane Williamson

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Kiwis praise their team but query ‘cruel’ tie-break rule

England did not win the World Cup and the Black Caps did not lose it, New Zealand media declare

Bowlers and heart-stopping finale salvage rain-hit World Cup

Drama unfolds at last at tournament of two halves which stuttered at the start and ended spectacularly

England skipper Eoin Morgan hails World Cup hero Ben Stokes

Morgan admits struggling to take in that England's 44-year wait for a first World Cup crown has at last come to an end

Rampant England end Australia’s title defence to roar into final

Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow cruise to fourth consecutive hundred partnership to set up easy victory

Cricket SA eye Imran Tahir as a spin consultant

Selection convener Linda Zondi believes the retired spinner has much to offer SA cricket

New Zealand prevail in contest for the ages to book place in World Cup final

Black Caps turn form book upside down in day of drama at Old Trafford

England face acid test in World Cup semifinal clash with Aussies

Hosts will have to overcome high-riding Aussies in their quest for a first World Cup triumph

Proteas brace for change after disastrous World Cup campaign

Expect four or five new faces in the team, says Faf du Plessis

Money is the force behind cricket’s three big powers

Teams such as SA and West Indies struggle to compete with cash-flush India, England and Australia

NEIL MANTHORP: SA cricket needs a post World Cup group hug

Sweeping changes needed in the sport, especially off the field

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Ottis Gibson wants to remain at the helm

Proteas' coach thinks he did enough, before the World Cup disaster, to keep his job

Cricket World Cup semifinals: five players to watch

Aussies have a fired-up David Warner and and speed-king Mitchell Starc

Break helped SA bounce back‚ says Faf du Plessis

Proteas hold their nerve to beat Australia by 10 runs high-scoring match

KEVIN MCCALLUM: SA athletes accused of lacking toughness

Sports people — some are honest, while others fail to grasp the meaning

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Pakistan need World Cup miracle, admits skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistan require an outlandishly big victory against Bangladesh

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