A heroic unbeaten century by Kane Williamson, supported by an excellent ground fielding which resulted in five run outs, threw away the Proteas in the 2nd ODI.
Vernon Philander delivered a deadly spell of fast bowling in the opening Test vs. New Zealand as the visitors were crushed to 45 all out in their first innings.
A spirited batting by the South African debutant, Faf du Plessis, pulled draw from the jaws of Australia who was sure to win the second Test on the fifth day.
The Australian bowlers struck again in the second innings vs. South Africa and the home side requires six more wickets with one day left to win the second Test.
Graeme Smith led South Africa from the front against Australia as both captains have demonstrated their skills while taking their teams out of woods in crisis.
Michael Clarke continued haunting South Africa with an unbeaten double hundred assisted with a ton from David Warner and Michael Hussey as Australia rules again.
Michael Clarke along with Ed Cowan and Michael Hussey Exhibited the Australian batting power by plundering a mammoth total vs. South Africa in the 1st Test.
Perth Scorchers were kicked out of the Champions League Twenty20 2012, by Delhi Daredevils well led by Virender Sehwag and all rounder, Ajit Agarkar.
The awesome all round form of Shane Watson continued in the tournament as South Africa was trounced by Australia in an important match of the ICC World Twenty20.
A complete teamwork boosted up England in the third T20 as they won against South Africa and the final match ended on a promising note for the home side.