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SA bags five golds for bowls
Added: 16 Sep 2014
JOHANNESBURG - Winning five gold medals in Jwaneng, Botswana, enabled South Africa’s lawn bowling team to retain overall victory in the annual African States tournament on Sunday...

No clarity on Keshi’s future
Added: 16 Sep 2014
ABUJA — Stephen Keshi’s future as Nigeria coach hangs in the balance with a decision on whether he stays on only likely to come in the days before the team’s next crunch game...

Horschel’s ‘surreal’ experience when it really mattered
Added: 16 Sep 2014
ATLANTA — Billy Horschel felt “surreal” after producing the best three weeks of his golfing career just when he needed to, capping an astonishing playoff run with a three-shot victory at the Tour Championship on Sunday...

Ajmal’s bowling hope
Added: 16 Sep 2014
KARACHI — Suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has withdrawn from the national Twenty20 championship to work on his bowling action with former Pakistan tweaker Saqlain Mushtaq...

Kearsney take sevens honours [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
KEARSNEY College took the honours at Voortrekker’s sevens tournament played in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday, defeating Maritzburg College in the final...

Kagawa’s return a major boost for Dortmond
Added: 16 Sep 2014
DORTMUND — Borussia Dortmund received a big boost just ahead of the kick-off of their Champions League season at home against Arsenal with Shinji Kagawa’s return to Germany easing the injury loss of Marco Reus...

Reds back and ready
Added: 16 Sep 2014
LIVERPOOL — Champions League football will return to Anfield for the first time in five years tonight when Liverpool host Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad in their opening Group B fixture...

Depleted Monaco feel the pressure
Added: 16 Sep 2014
PARIS — Monaco had a squad with every reason to be excited about playing in the Champions League a few months ago, but the prospect now looks rather scary as they prepare to host Bayer Leverkusen in their Group C opener tonight...

Roma looking at Johnson
Added: 16 Sep 2014
CAPE TOWN — After bringing in Ashley Cole mid-year, Roma are targeting Liverpool defender Glen Johnson...

Ferdinand speaks out on Moyes
Added: 16 Sep 2014
LONDON — Former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand has become the first senior player to publicly criticise David Moyes, who lasted just 10 months as manager at Old Trafford last season...

Di Maria to give more
Added: 16 Sep 2014
MANCHESTER — Manager Louis van Gaal urged Angel di Maria to give even more after he inspired Manchester United to a 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers on his home debut...

Kearsney put an end to Westville Boys’ winning streak [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
WESTVILLE Boys’ High School’s winning run on the soccer field was brought to an abrupt end courtesy of Kearsney College at the weekend...

Enduring the Yukon [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
JUST 12 teams entered the 2014 Yukon 1000, an unsupported ­biannual canoe and kayak expedition race credited with being the world’s longest at 1 000 miles (1 600 kilometres)...

Award is proof canoeing no longer ‘elitist’ [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
THE massive strides being made in the Canoeing Development Programme at Natal Canoe Club (NCC) were underlined recently when the NCC Develop-ment Race, which is sponsored by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport and Recreation, won the award for the Best One-day Race at the annual KwaZulu-Natal Canoeing Union Awards...

DHS beat College to keep Raw Cup in shelf [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
EVERY year, DHS and Maritzburg College lock horns on the soccer field for a coveted prize — the Raw Cup...

School shotists are on target [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
GLENWOOD High School’s marksmen have been on target, recently winning the Natal Grand Challenge Shield at the 2014 Inter-schools Shooting Bisley...

In-form Wozniacki in search of that elusive first Major
Added: 16 Sep 2014
TOKYO — Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki, fresh from her first Grand Slam final appearance in five years, said yesterday she was ready to contend for more Major titles...

Fredericks’s great race
Added: 16 Sep 2014
JOHANNESBURG — One-lap hurdler Cornel Fredericks was delighted to cap a superb 2014 campaign with another title, after returning to familiar territory at the IAAF Continental Cup in Marrakech at the weekend...

English rugby set to gain
Added: 16 Sep 2014
LONDON — More international stars could be lured to English rugby union next season under proposed changes to rules on the salary cap, the Times reported yesterday...

Life-skills project at AmaZulu
Added: 16 Sep 2014
JOHANNESBURG — AmaZulu FC in Durban is introducing a life-skills programme aimed at helping players both on and off the pitch, it said yesterday...

Wallabies juggle an injury-laden side
Added: 16 Sep 2014
MELBOURNE — Australia backrower Wycliff Palu has been ruled out of the Wallabies’ final Rugby Championship matches against South Africa and Argentina as he continues his recovery from a head knock...

Failing to draw the crowds
Added: 16 Sep 2014
SYDNEY — The Wallabies have lost just one game in 11 Tests and are unbeaten at home this season, but fans are losing interest and staying away...

Oscar free to compete again, but will only decide after sentencing
Added: 16 Sep 2014
STELLENBOSCH — Oscar Pistorius is free to compete for South Africa again, as long as his running doesn’t go against the ruling of the judge...

JP in for injured Pienaar
Added: 16 Sep 2014
CAPE TOWN — Experienced back JP Pietersen has been called up by South Africa to replace injured Ruan Pienaar in their squad for their last two Rugby Championship matches, the South African Rugby Union said on Sunday...

Playing the statistics [P]
Added: 16 Sep 2014
CAPE TOWN — It would be understandable if the Springboks, after running the world champion All Blacks so mightily close in Wellington, were already turning their thoughts irresistibly to the return meeting at Ellis Park on October 4...



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