Jennings devastated after CSA removes him

South African Under-19 coach Ray Jennings is was devastated after Cricket South Africa (CSA) removed him as Under-19 coach, barely two months after he guided the team to the country`s first-ever win in? a World Cup tournament.

Ex-Proteas cricketers slam sports minister`s `obsession with quotas`

Two former South African cricket ers have slammed at sports minister Fikile Mbalula after he threatened to withdraw national teams from competing internationally if they do not agree to 60-40 quotas in sports favouring black players.

Proteas cricket legends lash out at team for going for draw in first Test

South African cricket legends Clive Rice and Ray Jennings have lashed out at their former team for not going for the win against India in the first Test at the Wanderers over the weekend.

Ray Jennings pins hope on Zaheer in play-offs

Royal Challengers Bangalore coach Ray Jennings is hopeful that Zaheer Khan will play a key role in the play-offs if the team sneaks into the next round.

Unadkat will stage India comeback with a bang, says Jennings

Young left-arm pacer Jaydev Unadkat has impressed Ray Jennings with his performance in the IPL and the chief coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore is confident that the Saurashtra bowler would stage a comeback into the Indian team.

Jennings hopes to see Kohli leading India to No. 1 position

Royal Challengers Bangalore coach Ray Jennings on Friday said he hoped to see Virat Kohli leading India to the number one position in world cricket in the next five years, provided he maintains his cool while captaining the national side.

AB deserves South Africa captaincy: Jennings

Royal Challengers Bangalore coach Ray Jennings has heaped praise on South Africa`s new limited overs captain AB de Villiers for his commitment on the field.

Home teams should have a say on choice of wickets: Jennings

RCB coach Ray Jennings wants home teams to have a say in the choice of pitches provided there are limitations.

Send guilty players to jail: Jennings

Former South Africa coach Ray Jennings feels that if any cricketer is found to be involved in the recent spot-fixing scandal, they should be imprisoned for violating the sanctity of the game.