Hopefully we'll be dancing some more on the bar-counters in Durban after Friday's encounter on the cricket field.
- Neil McKenzie, in his column for the BBC, before the Standard Bank tri-series final.
They're allowed to hit boundaries, you know.
- Indian coach John Wright, on the investigation by the ACU into India's loss to Kenya.
It's always handy to have someone who's genuinely quick.
- South African coach Graham Ford, on Nantie Hayward's Test selection.
It's just not happening for us in finals. We have to find some solution, but I don't know what.
- Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, on his team's loss in the tri-series final.
Even the mightiest sides are beaten by so-called minnows.
- Kenyan captain Maurice Odumbe, denying match-fixing charges in their victory over India.
The start of the summer has been nothing but setbacks for me but I remain positive.
- Allan Donald, on his stomach strain that ruled him out of the Test series against India.
There were injuries to some of the seamers on previous tours, so we didn't want to take any chances.
- Indian selector Chandu Borde, on the selection of five seamers for the Test series.
It was a bit of a gamble, but I thought the guys backed it up with some good bowling and fielding.
- South African captain Shaun Pollock, on asking India to bat in the tri-series final.
I cannot believe the Indian selection panel announced the team before the final of the ODI series.
- Pat Symcox, in his column for Outlook.