Former Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein says he feels for ousted head coach Ottis Gibson, who was let go after South Africa's failed World Cup campaign.
Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein has acknowledged that the side's batsmen have shown signs of nerves at the World Cup.
The guys currently hogging the spotlight – and not necessarily for the right reasons – in SA sport are a Frenchman named Stéphane Adam, Dale Benkenstein and John Mitchell.
Former batting coach Neil McKenzie is back with the national side helping them prepare for the third Test against India.
Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein acknowledged that the players had battled nerves at the Cricket World Cup so far.
Sri Lanka have been told to enjoy themselves as they seek to make history after a dramatic second day of the second Test against South Africa.
Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein admitted that South Africa played their strongest batting line-up against India at Centurion.
It seems there is fire to accompany the smoke when it comes to Dale Benkenstein’s possible coaching role for South Africa, writes Rob Houwing.
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