South Africa’s Rugby History consigned to the bulldozer?

Rugby fans worldwide beware, as Springbok heritage is about to be bulldozed. Last Friday in Johannesburg Danny Jordaan CEO of the local organising committee of the 2010 FIFA World Cup stated that the oldest rugby test ground Newlands in Cape

It makes perfect sense to me?

Sports people are renowned for coming out with some baffling statements, some in error, some because they are philosophers, a la Cantona, but we will leave you to make what you can from these pearls from Springbok coach Peter de

This day in sport: 22 July 1995

Cricket’s Larwood dies. Lightning quick England bowler Harold Larwood died in Sydney, aged 90. He was the key figure in the infamous ‘Bodyline’ Test series of 1932-33, when England captain Douglas Jardine instructed him to bowl ‘leg theory’ at the

Bye Big Spender?

As we have seen in Australia some European take their pre season tours more seriously than others, but it will be worrying for Manchester City’s big spending boss Mark Hughes as his side lost 2-0 to Orlando Pirates. Yes, news

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