Home > Fitness > Sport > Cricket Cricket All sections in Fitness » Exercise » Getting started » In the gym » Lifestages » Sport » Sports injuries » Running » Rugby » Walking » Cricket » Soccer » Cycling » Sports nutrition Haris Sohail 'spooked' by ghost or fever? Health24 resident doctor Heidi Van Deventer says you can see things that are unreal when you are suffering from a fever. This could have been the case with Pakistan batsman Haris Sohail when he claimed a 'ghost' shook his bed. 10 minute bikini-ready workout Why you need strength to run Giving disadvantaged kids a sporting chance South African cricket legends to raise funds at a social cricket event for disadvantaged kids. SA cricketers cramping up? Even the most professional cricket players suffer from cramps. But why- are they unfit? Is it the heat? What could be the problem? Cricket batting technique Perfect your cricket batting technique with the use of this instructional video. EI smartens up sports success Success on the sporting field is as much about being sensitive to fellow teammates' needs as it is about physical preparedness. Shoulder injuries There are two main types of shoulder injuries which affect cricketers; throwers shoulder and traumatic injury. Cricket bowling technique Check out this video on how to perfect your cricket bowling to help you develop your technique. Lower back injuries Lower back injuries include stress fractures, particularly in adolescent fast bowlers. Other areas that could be damaged include the disc, facet joint or surrounding soft tissue. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Otrivin Menthol relieves sinus congestion Innovative hearing aids can now interact online Second Healthcare Innovation Summit set for Johannesburg Salomon introduces Speedcross 4 Live healthier Nutrition crisis! » Good nutrition on the job will give you the edge Nutrition labels on food encourage healthy choices Nutrition may be as big a challenge today as HIV/Aids was 15 years ago Many people in a large number of low and middle income countries now experience a 'double burden' of malnutrition. E-cigarettes less risky? » E-cigarettes not an acceptable alternative to most smokers UK health officials endorse e-cigarettes E-cigarettes less of a cancer risk than regular smokes A study indicates that smokers who switch to e-cigarettes reduce their exposure to cancer-causing chemicals.