Yorkshire's Brooks to miss start of new season

The 32-year-old Brooks is not the only injury concern Yorkshire have among their fast bowlers.

Bennett to leave Bristol for RFU role

Bennett is currently the head of performance at Premiership basement club Bristol.


Tumi and The Volume - The President looks to turn it up at EFC 58

Cape Town reporter Ronald Masinda caught up with Tumisang Madiba during his training camp in the Western Cape ahead of his fight against Irshaad Sayed at #EFC58 in Cape Town.


Riding for a future without tuberculosis

Rider Kevin Grenfell's mother died of tuberculosis in 2016, proving to be his biggest motivation in raising awareness for the misunderstood and deadly disease.

Manchester City fined £35,000 over Liverpool protest

City pleaded guilty to a misconduct charge last week after several players were seen protesting against the award of a penalty to Liverpool in a Premier League match at Eastlands o

CAF president Ahmad gets down to work in his new role

CAF President, Ahmad presented to the staff, two members of his cabinet being Hedi Hamel, Communications Advisor and Ludovic Christian Lomotsi, Legal Advisor.

Reinach, Bosch named in extended Bok training group

The Durban-based players were not considered for the first training camp, held last month in Johannesburg, because of overseas travel commitments.

Lions defeat Southern Kings

The Lions, who were runners-up in the competition last year, won for a fourth time in five games this season as teenage Congo-born winger Madosh Tambwe grabbed two tries.

India set a target of 106 runs to win fourth Test

The tourists collapsed during the final session on the third day of the match after Umesh Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin picked up three wickets each.

Morkels reaches 250 Test wickets

Morne Morkel became the sixth South African bowler to reach the milestone, joining Shaun Pollock, Dale Steyn, Makhaya Ntini, Allan Donald and Jacques Kallis.

Federer, Wawrinka advance in Miami

Roger Federer was full of praise for his opponent and said he would have gained valuable experience from the contest.

Hong Kong pull out of Pakistan tie over security fears

'The ITF regrets and respectfully disagrees with the decision of Hong Kong, China to default its upcoming Davis Cup tie against Pakistan,' the ITF said in a statement.


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