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  • Modric returns to training amid doubts over future

    08 August 2018 3:57 PM 31

    Madrid - Luka Modric returned to training at Real Madrid on Wednesday along with five other World Cup players, against a background of contradictory rumours about his future. One Spanish sports daily, AS, reported that the midfielder who led Croatia to the World Cup final was subject to a big bid from Inter Milan, while a competing newspaper, Marca said the 32-year

  • Spurs star Kane celebrates arrival of second child

    08 August 2018 1:25 PM 20

    London - Tottenham forward Harry Kane celebrated the arrival of his second child on Wednesday. Kane's fiancee Kate Goodland gave birth to Vivienne Jane Kane and the England captain took to Twitter to reveal the news. "Our beautiful addition to the family! Vivienne Jane Kane. So proud of Kate for having the most amazing water birth with no pain relief

  • English club to limit Faf's Rugby Championship duty?

    08 August 2018 1:02 PM 22

    Cape Town - Springbok scrumhalf Faf de Klerk may not feature in all of the national team's matches in this year's Rugby Championship. De Klerk plies his trade at English club Sale Sharks and it appears as though the club is not eager for him to play in all six of South Africa’s matches in the southern hemisphere competition. This follows after a report

  • Murray to carry SA flag in World Rugby Sevens Series

    08 August 2018 11:17 AM 27

    Cape Town - South Africa’s Ashleigh Murray, one of the country’s leading women’s referees, has been named among the 25 match officials from 15 unions for the 2019 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. World Rugby named the appointments for the forthcoming season on Tuesday. Rasta Rasivhenge, one of the most experiences referees on the men's circuit, will continue

  • Proteas win toss, bowl in wet Kandy

    08 August 2018 10:48 AM 36

    Cape Town - The Proteas have won the toss and will bowl first in the 4th One Day International in Kandy. The start of the match has been delayed by two hours, with play now due to get underway at 13:00 (SA time), weather-permitting. The weather, however, remains a major concern with rain forecast throughout the day. Quinton de Kock will captain the Proteas

  • Former Bulls flyhalves join Cheetahs

    08 August 2018 9:44 AM 20

    Cape Town - The Cheetahs recently announced several new signings as they look forward to playing in the PRO14 and Currie Cup. The Bloemfontein-based franchise will have a squad of over 50 players for both competitions. Scrumhalf Rudy Paige has signed a long-term deal having joined from the Bulls earlier in the season, while centre Dries Swanepoel is also signed

  • Solinas: Clever Boys gave Chiefs a lesson

    08 August 2018 8:17 AM 25

    Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs head coach Giovanni Solinas expects his charges to quickly learn from the mistakes made in their defeat to Wits on Tuesday. Amakhosi started the game brightly but conceded first after a brilliant strike from the Clever Boys' new signing Deon Hotto. The Glamour Boys fought back to level the game at 1-1 through Leonardo Castro

  • Freestyle great Ledecky powers towards Tokyo 2020

    08 August 2018 7:48 AM 36

    Irvine - Six years on from her stunning 800m freestyle victory at the 2012 Olympics, Katie Ledecky is savouring her status as the grand dame, at 21, of distance freestyle. Ledecky was 15 when she led wire-to-wire in winning the 800m free in London in a race that saw world record holder and British home hope Rebecca Adlington relegated to third

  • Sarri: I need three months to get Chelsea right

    08 August 2018 6:57 AM 22

    Cape Town - New Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has said it could take up to three months before his players are able to perform to their potential. The Italian, 59, said that having many of his squad unavailable following the World Cup has made it more difficult for him to shape the team in his mould. "I am very happy I can work with all my players for the first

  • South African in line to coach Black Caps

    08 August 2018 6:26 AM 36

    Cape Town - A South African is reportedly one of the favourites to become the next head coach of New Zealand’s national cricket team. According to the website, Central Stags coach Heinrich Malan and Canterbury's Gary Stead are the two main candidates, with final interviews scheduled for this week. The 37-year-old Malan, who was born in Pretoria