Jacques Rudolph

  • CLT20: Davids, Rudolph guide Titans to easy win September 28, 2013

    Ranchi: Riding on the knocks by Henry Davids and Jacques Rudolph, Titans thrashed Sunrisers Hyderabad by eight wickets with 21 balls to spare here on Saturday. After put in to bat, Hyderabad managed to post 145 for 7 in 20 overs despite getting off to a solid start. Shikhar Dhawan (37)...
  • CLT20: KKR trounce Titans by 99 runs October 22, 2012

    Cape Town: Kolkata Knight Riders produced a clinical performance in their concluding group league match as they comprehensively thrashed Titans by 99 runs in the Champions League Twenty20 here on Sunday. Put into bat, KKR scored an imposing 188 for 5 in 20 overs and then shot Titans out for a...
  • Titans beat Auckland, inch closer to semis October 17, 2012

    Durban: Titans trounced Auckland Aces by 59 runs for their second straight win in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament at Kingsmead here on Wednesday. Jacques Rudolph (63), Henry Davids (36) and Farhaan Behardien (48 not out) propelled Titans to 172 for 4 before their bowlers dismissed Auckland for 113 in...
  • CLT20: Jacques Rudolph leads Titans to big win October 13, 2012

    Centurion (South Africa): South African team Titans convincingly beat Australia's Perth Scorchers by 39 runs in the opening match of the Champions League Twenty20 on Saturday. A first-wicket partnership of 109 runs between Jacques Rudolph and Henry Davids propelled the Titans to 163 for four. Perth's top order failed to fire and...
  • 3rd Test: England reduce SA to 262-7 on day 1 August 16, 2012

    London: The third and final Test between England and South Africa was delicately poised at stumps on Thursday, with the visitors on 262 for 7 at the end of day one. JP Duminy made 61 and Vernon Philander added 46 not out as they helped South Africa recover from 105 for...
  • Headingley Test ends in a draw August 7, 2012

    Leeds: Kevin Pietersen enjoyed rare success as a bowler and Stuart Broad took five wickets, as England gave South Africa some anxious moments before the second Test ended in a draw at Headingley on Monday. The result means South Africa go into the third and final Test at Lord's on...
  • Batsmen can prosper at Headingley: Rudolph July 31, 2012

    Leeds: South African batsman Jacques Rudolph says batsmen can prosper at Headingley, where the second Test against England starts on Thursday. Rudolph, who spent five years playing for Yorkshire, whose headquarters are at the ground, said on Tuesday: "There is a very strong perception that Headingley is more of a...
  • 1st Test: Martin sparks South Africa collapse March 7, 2012

    Dunedin: Chris Martin dismissed three of the world's best players within four deliveries on Wednesday to reassert his power over South African batsmen and to spark New Zealand's sharp resurgence on the rain-affected first day of the first Test. South Africa were 191 for seven at stumps on a day shortened...
  • 2nd Test: Amla, De Villiers put SA in control November 20, 2011

    Johannesburg: Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers put South Africa in control of the decisive second Test against Australia at Wanderers on Saturday, pushing the Proteas toward a series win with an unbroken 139-run stand on Day Three on Saturday. Amla was 89 not out and De Villiers 70 not out...
  • Clarke blames batsmen for shocking collapse November 11, 2011

    Cape Town: Australia captain Michael Clarke said his batsmen were to blame for the team's collapse to 47 all out in their second innings on a frenetic second day of the first Test against South Africa at Newlands on Thursday. Twenty-three wickets fell for 294 runs on a day which ended...