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Super Rugby Week 18 Fixtures

This weekend sees the South African teams play off against one another in a winner takes it all battle. With the battle for second and third place still open and a spot in the play offs on the line,...

SA Cricket saved by rain

Yesterday the Protea's played their 4th match of the Cricket World Cup. They were up against the mighty West Indies. The Windies won the toss (this was not a good sign, the toss was the only thing...

Super Rugby Week 17 results

What a weekend for the South African teams, only the Stormers recorded a victory. Looks like next week everything is on the line as the Bulls face off with the Lions in a final crunch match.

Protea’s record 3rd loss in CWC

Things are not looking up for the South African Men’s cricket team as they recorded their third defeat in as many games at the World Cup in England and Wales. Yesterday the Proteas faced off against India...

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

The Women's World Cup of Football kicks off tomorrow in Paris for the 8th time. This is a month long competition with 24 countries taking part for a total of 52 matches. A total of 143 countries...

Super Rugby Week 17 Fixtures

There is everything to play for this weekend in the South African conference. The Lions, Bulls and Sharks are each separated by a single point meaning the second spot is still wide open. With just two weeks...

Proteas stumble against Bangladesh

The Proteas played their second match of the Cricket World Cup against Bangladesh yesterday at the Oval in London. But, again they failed to secure a vital first win in the tournament and lost by 21 runs....

Liverpool win 2019 Champions League

Liverpool overcame Tottenham with an early goal and sealed the deal when they scored again later. After years of hoping Jurgen Klopp and his team lifted the Champions League trophy in Madrid on Saturday.

Super Rugby Week 16 results

Blues 22 – 22 Bulls Rebels 15 – 20 Waratahs Sunwolves 19 – 42 Brumbies Chiefs 40 – 27 Crusaders Reds...

Proteas defeated in the first round of the World Cup

The Proteas went down by 104 runs in the Cricket World Cup opener against England yesterday. They were off to a great start but then started throwing wickets away which lead to an untimely defeat at the Oval.