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Bangalore Up To Fourth After Stunning Win
Published on :4th May 2009
The Royal Challengers Bangalore took their third win in a row with unbeaten half-centuries from Jacques Kallis and Robin Uthappa enabling them to cruise to an eight-wicket victory over the Mumbai Indians in Johannesburg.
Kallis may be included in SA's T20 sqaud
Published on :17th April 2009
South African vice-captain Jacques Kallis, who was omitted from the first Twenty20 World Cup on home soil nearly two years ago, may be a shock inclusion in the South African squad for the second Twenty20 World Cup to be held in England in June.
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Kallis And De Villiers Help South Africa Go 2-1 Up
Published on :10th April 2009
Half-centuries from Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers helped set up a comprehensive 25-run win for South Africa over Australia in the third One Day International at Newlands in Cape Town. South Africa reached a score of 289 for six before Roelof van der Merwe picked up three wickets as Australia were held to 264 for eight.
Kallis cleared to play one-dayers
Published on :2nd April 2009
SOUTH Africa has been buoyed by the news Jacques Kallis has been cleared of a groin strain and is a chance to play in tomorrow's one-day international against Australia. The star all-rounder captained the Proteas in the absence of injured skipper Graeme Smith in the Cape Town Test,
Kallis in frame for ODI return
Published on :1st April 2009
SOUTH Africa have been buoyed by the news Jacques Kallis has been cleared of a groin strain. He is rated a chance to play in Friday's one-day international against Australia in Durban. The star all-rounder captained the Proteas in the absence of injured skipper Graeme Smith in the Cape Town Test
Kallis To Captain South Africa for final Australia Test
Published on :12th March 2009
Jacques Kallis is to captain South Africa in the third and final Test against Australia in Cape Town to allow Ashwell Prince to concentrate on his new role of opening the innings. Prince, the side's designated vice-captain, was originally named to lead the team in the absence of Graeme Smith, who suffered a broken finger in the second Test in Durban.
Kallis, De Villiers revive SA after Siddle strikes
Published on :10th March 2009
Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers shared an unbeaten 164-run partnership and gave South Africa a chance of saving the second Test on the fourth day at Kingsmead here on Monday. Kallis, who was dropped off the first ball he faced, made 83 not out and De Villiers 67 not out as South Africa reached 244 for two at the close of play.
Kallis holds key for patient South Africa
Published on :18th January 2009
South Africa made a cautious start in reply to Australia's 9 for 249 as they jogged to 2 for 97 after 25 overs. A win would give the tourists a 2-0 lead in the five-game contest, but they needed to raise the pace and score at slightly more than a run a ball over the second half of the innings to achieve the success. Jacques Kallis, who picked up two wickets earlier in the day, was the key to the start of the chase following the loss of both openers as they slipped to 2 for 52 in the 15th over. On a tricky surface the batsmen were watchful, taking 27 off the first ten overs, and Kallis was able to play with the most freedom.
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Kallis dismissal puts Australia on top in third Test
Published on :7th January 2009
THE controversial dismissal of South African lynchpin Jacques Kallis this morning has put Australia in a dominant position in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Australians, needing to dispose of South Africa for less than 375 runs to avoid losing the series 3-0, made a bright start, taking three wickets in the first session to leave the tourists struggling at lunch at 4/139. The Proteas need another 237 runs to win on a tricky fifth-day pitch.
Better than World Cup: Jacques Kallis
Published on :31st December 2008
SUCH was the enormity of their history-making win at the MCG yesterday, those pivotal to South Africa's success struggled to find words to describe their jubilation. Consider Dale Steyn, the brilliant fast bowler deservedly named man of the match in the Test that clinched South Africa its first series victory on Australian soil. "I don't know what the word is to describe what I am feeling right now," Steyn said. "I am just privileged that I have got this tick next to the one battle I wanted to win."
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