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05
APR

Women really are doing it all nowadays in sport

Women in F4 racing and playing golf at Augusta, we really are living in an exciting time in sport. Cricket South Africa says the Cricket World Cup squad will be completely based on merit and without quotas, the weekend's action in the PSL and EPL, plus what to look out for in Super Rugby.
03
APR

Is football about to see more riots?

Real Madrid are looking to create the greatest sports stadium in the world, mostly to make up for their failing team. Advances in football may lead to more crowd disturbances. The latest from the English Premier League, and finally some clarity around the Schalk Brits/Akker van der Merwe punch up suspensions.
01
APR

Recapping the sporting weekend

The Crusaders bounced back with a big win in Super Rugby, and the Sunwolves managed to claim another big scalp. Liverpool stay top of the log thanks to Spurs, Chiefs look good in the Nedbank Cup, and Kevin Kisner wins the Dell WGC Matchplay. Also, a mildly entertaining F1... albeit with the same results as usual.
29
MAR

Getting into the freakin' sportin' weeken'!

With the international break now over, Man City can reset their sights on the 'impossible' quadruple. Things are shaping up nicely in the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play, an interesting weekend of Super Rugby, and Southampton's manager is blocking hotel wi-fi for his players for a good reason.
27
MAR

Really nobody like World Rugby

England has some issues with World Rugby's new expansion plans, but for a very strange reason. Ottis Gibson's interest in wider domestic cricket in SA is questioned, a new pro golfing event could be a win for all, plus what to look out for in the WGC Dell Technologies Matchplay event. And some cricket too, as people are still losing their minds around the IPL mankad.
20
MAR

Ronaldo & his crotch are in trouble again

Ronaldo is in trouble again, after a controversial celebration in Juventus' Champions League win over Athletico Madrid. The Proteas win a thriller of a T20 against Sri Lanka, golf's number one amateur tees it up in a pro event, and Tokyo 2020's Olympic Chief resigns over corruption allegations.
18
MAR

Crusaders to consider a name change in SuperRugby

The Crusaders and Highlanders decided against playing on the weekend in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack. Rory McIlroy wins big at the Players Championship, the Proteas T20 squad to take on Sri Lanka, a wrap of the weekend's football and Bottas wins the first GP of the year.
13
MAR

Ronaldo does it again, & again, & again

Juventus fight back in the Champions League, thanks to a superb Ronaldo hat-trick. The Proteas have two more chances against Sri Lanka to cement their World Cup squad. Some changes to come to Test cricket, and people are upset that Itumeleng Khune is a human being.
11
MAR

Crunch time for the Proteas World Cup squad

After wrapping up the Sri Lankan ODI series in Durban, the Proteas squad is to tighten up ahead of World Cup squad selection. The Bulls continue to impress in SuperRugby, Wales stay on track for 6 Nations glory, Justin Harding wins for the first time on the European Tour, plus the BlitzBoks win and a wrap of the EPL.
08
MAR

SA finally get to host a World Cup!

The Netball World Cup is coming to South Africa, as Cape Town beats Auckland in the 2023 bid. Man City are being investigated by UEFA over financial fair play, Duminy and Markram push for World Cup spots, your weekend of rugby action, and the rest of the Proteas series vs Sri Lanka.
05
MAR

Bye Bye Real Madrid

Real Madrid gets dumped out of the Champions League, which well and truly signifies an end of a giant era for them. Rassie Erasmus considers who should succeed him as Bok coach, Craven Week no longer has a sponsor, Tiger has a neck strain, and even Snoop Dogg doesn't want to watch the Lakers anymore.

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