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Dylan Rogers

Dylan Rogers has spent over 15 years in the sports news industry, working with the SABC, eNCA and international sports news agency SNTV. He’s covered some of South Africa’s most memorable cricket moments, including the King Commission, the 2003 Cricket World Cup, and Graeme Smith’s record-breaking first UK tour as Proteas captain.

Sport 05 May 2015 19:27 pm
While those who love watching boxing for the action may have felt short-changed, our columnist agrees with Johnny Nelson's adage, “The whole thing of boxing is hit and not be hit."
Opinion 30 Apr 2015 16:45 pm
Pacquiao is the ‘heart’ to Mayweather’s ‘head’, because in stark contrast to his opponent, he’s a very likeable guy who respects his opponents.
Opinion 31 Mar 2015 14:41 pm
The Australian team have the ability to turn it on when it really matters, whether it is a World Cup, World Championship or Olympic Games, opines Dylan Rogers.
Opinion 16 Mar 2015 13:16 pm
Sri Lanka's strong run chasing record is something the Proteas must keep in mind in the quarter-finals says Dylan Rogers.
Opinion 01 Mar 2015 18:32 pm
The national cricket team need to put to bed the notion that they can't cope under the pressure that a challenging run chase presents.
Opinion 31 Jan 2015 12:42 pm
Farhaan Behardien was a wise choice for the Proteas' Cricket World Cup squad argues Dylan Rogers.
Sport 23 Jan 2015 15:43 pm
Philander is there to nip out a top order batter – or two - and bowl a tight line and length in the opening powerplay overs, particularly if the conditions are seamer-friendly.
Opinion 18 Jan 2015 11:22 am
If Van Zyl is going to continue being selected, he needs to take the opportunities offered by the national selectors says Dylan Rogers.
Opinion 27 Nov 2014 17:38 pm
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes died on Thursday after being struck by a ball and suffering a severe head injury.
Opinion 24 Nov 2014 21:18 pm
If the Proteas return home on the 30th of March next year with the 2015 Cricket World Cup trophy safely tucked away in their luggage, they’ll have Australia to thank.