|Clinical South Africa wrap up series 2-0
South Africa inflicted a dispiriting series loss on West Indies at a venue that was once the home team's fortress and finished the bilateral tour unbeaten.
|South Africa edge ahead on attritional day
AB de Villiers and Ashwell Prince dug in to scupper a West Indian fightback by Sulieman Benn and put South Africa in a position of control in the deciding Test.
|Botha, seamers make it South Africa's day
South Africa's decision to play an extra spinner on a track that has traditionally been the most favourable for fast bowlers in the Caribbean paid rich dividends.
|Draw looms after Windies adopt go-slow tactics
It took a bit of struggle and a lot of waiting but West Indies finally succeeded in matching South Africa's total of 543 in what was largely an excruciatingly slow day of Test cricket. The hosts were...
|Nash and Chanderpaul script Windies fightback
West Indies finally claimed ownership of an entire day's play and it came via a defiant double-century partnership between the two most patient batsmen in the line-up, Shivnarine Chanderpaul and...
|South Africa retain edge on run-heavy day
The South Africans continued to cruise along a Country Road of a pitch at Warner Park for the second day in a row, increasing their century count to three before eventually declaring at a seemingly...
|Smith ton puts SA in early command
It all went to prediction after South Africa won the toss on a road of a pitch at Warner Park. The top order capitalised on excellent batting conditions and a tepid display in the field to set a...
|Hard work pays off for Morne Morkel
There is nothing more satisfying for a cricketer than when hard work in practice pays off and for Morne Morkel that moment came in the first Test against West Indies in Trinidad.
|South Africa complete crushing win
What was a rout on day three proved harder graft on day four as South Africa's bowlers, for the second time in as many days, worked their way through the West Indies line-up to deliver a...
|Steyn and Morkel put South Africa on top
South Africa ended the third day at the Queen's Park Oval in a position of total dominance thanks to the fearsome bowling combination of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel, who combined to skittle West...