Sharks grind out Brisbane win

The Sharks picked up their first victory on tour - in their final match - when they beat the Reds in Brisbane on Friday.

Chiefs run Bulls ragged in second half

The New Zealanders scored five tries to three as a second half brace for Augustine Pulu helped them run away from the Bulls.


Modise gunning for more accolades

The Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder was announced as the PSL’s Midfielder of the Season for 2014/15 and won the 2015 Nedbank Cup Player of the Tournament.


Springbok Sevens in series showdown with Fiji

A defeat for South Africa would mean the end of their quest for a second series title, but if they can get past Fiji, their title hopes will be very much alive.

Sterling to remain a Red: Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers expects Raheem Sterling to see out the remaining two years of his contract.

Real Madrid president lines up Benitez as coach

A top Real Madrid official told dpa that Perez “has already made the decision of not keeping Ancelotti, and he wishes to hire Benitez.”

Lions aim to restore pride at the expense of Cheetahs

Following their disappointing loss to the Brumbies in Johannesburg last week, the Lions will be hoping to reignite their quest for a Super Rugby playoff slot.

Sharks want to finish Australasia tour on a high note

The Durban team are optimistic that they will end the four-match trip to Australia and New Zealand on a winning note.

Stokes and Root lift England after horror start

Ben Stokes provided the gloss and Joe Root the glue as England recovered from a terrible start.

Troops, checkpoints for Pakistan, Zimbabwe clash

Thousands of police and paramilitaries have been deployed and helicopters will be buzzing over Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium, which has been turned into a fortress for the Twenty20 game

McEnroe picks Nadal to bounce back at the French Open

Seven-times grand slam John McEnroe knows how it feels when a tennis career starts going in the wrong direction.

Nadal no longer 'immovable' object in Paris, says Courier

Nine-times French Open champion Rafa Nadal will no longer be regarded as an "immovable obstacle" at Roland Garros this year, according to twice former winner Jim Courier.