CAPE TOWN, March 19 (Reuters) - There will still be plenty of needle in the third test between South Africa and Australia whether or not Kagiso Rabada wins his appeal against suspension, opener Dean Elgar said on Monday.
Despite playing arguably his finest Test innings, Dean Elgar suggested too great a risk had been taken with player safety when play was allowed to continue
India couldn't dismiss Dean Elgar at all, but found a way around him to complete their third Test win in South Africa
The batsman insisted the ball that hit Dean Elgar in the helmet did not behave in an extraordinary manner, and said India, having 'prepared turners' for the home series against South Africa in 2015-16, had expected to play on pitches like this one at the
Jan 13 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at close of play on the fifth day of 2nd test between South Africa and India on Wednesday at Centurion, South Africa South Africa win by 135 runs South Africa 1st innings Dean Elgar c Murali Vijay b Ravichandran...Show More Summary
Jan 13 (OPTA) - Scoreboard at stumps on the first day of 2nd test between South Africa and India on Saturday at Centurion, South Africa South Africa are 269 for 6 South Africa 1st innings Dean Elgar c Murali Vijay b Ravichandran Ashwin...Show More Summary
Scoreboard at close of play on the fourth day of 1st test between South Africa and India on Monday at Cape Town, South Africa . South Africa win by 72 runs South Africa 1st innings Dean Elgar c Wriddhiman Saha b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 0 Aiden Markram lbw Bhuvneshwar Kumar 5 Hashim Amla c Wriddhiman Saha b Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3 AB de Villiers b Jasprit Bumrah 65 Faf du Plessis c Wriddhi
Dec 26 (Gracenote) - Line-ups for the first and final Test between South Africa and Zimbabwe on Tuesday in Port Elizabeth, South Africa South Africa won toss and decided to bat South Africa: Aiden Markram, Dean Elgar, Hashim Amla, AB...Show More Summary
The back injury that Faf du Plessis suffered against Bangladesh may keep him out of the day-night encounter against ZImbabwe. Dean Elgar will likely captain the side in his absence
BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa, Oct 6 (Reuters) - South Africa’s openers took advantage of an indifferent Bangladesh attack to share an unbroken partnership of 126 on the first morning of the second test on Friday with Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram reaching half centuries.
Oct 6 (Gracenote) - Line-ups for the second and final Test between South Africa and Bangladesh on Friday in Bloemfontein, South Africa Bangladesh won toss and decided to bowl South Africa: Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Hashim Amla, Temba...Show More Summary
Even as their board pushes to host a four-day Test against Zimbabwe, senior players Faf du Plessis and Dean Elgar voiced reservations over shortening the format
POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Dean Elgar posted his highest test score and Hashim Amla scored a 27th century as South Africa continued to put Bangladesh’s bowlers to the sword and reached lunch at 411 for one at lunch on the second day of the first test on Friday.
Bangladesh's tedium with the ball didn't help their cause on a track that got slower, and posed few threats for a confident Hashim Amla and Dean Elgar
The young opener was run-out on 97 on his Test debut, attempting to steal a single to allow Dean Elgar to complete his Test century
POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa Sept 28 (Reuters) - Dean Elgar scored his ninth test 50 while debutant Aiden Markram was edging to a half century as South Africa reached 99 without loss on the first morning of the first test against Bangladesh at Senwes Park on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG, Sept 25 (Reuters) - South African opener Dean Elgar is backing new cap Aiden Markram to make a successful step up to senior international cricket when the Proteas meet Bangladesh in the first test in Potchefstroom on Thursday.
The 22-year old succeeds Henry Davids and will take charge of a side that includes current national captain Faf du Plessis, Dean Elgar, Quinton de Kock and Morne Morkel
Dean Elgar said he enjoyed the challenge of being under attack and playing in front of a hostile crowd after his hundred in defeat at The Oval
Dean Elgar secured his eighth Test century as his doughty resistance held up England's hopes of a quick victory on the final day of the third Investec Test at Kia Oval