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Schuhknecht wants shake SA Open bridesmaid tag

Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open

The towering Vanderbijlpark golfer is targeting the Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open as one of the most important titles on his schedule this season and will spearhead the home challenge in the 18th edition of SA disabled golf’s flagship event alongside four-time winner Daniel Slabbert at Zwartkop Country Club from …

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Aces lose to Supersport in the Nedbank Cup

Aces lose to Supersport in the Nedbank Cup

 SuperSport United advanced to the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup after they beat Mpumalanga Black Aces 2-1 in a pulsating quarterfinal clash at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Friday night. After Judas Moseamedi gave Aces an early lead, SuperSport’s Jeremy Brockie and Thuso Phala scored a goal each in the …

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Lions lose another star to injury

The Lions revealed on Wednesday that Coetzee will be out for between 6-8 weeks without specifying what kind of injury the player picked up, which will be revealed later on Thursday when coach Johan Ackermann announces his team for the Super Rugby game against the Kings in Port Elizabeth on …

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Cheetahs change one on the bench

Cheetahs change one on the bench

Coach Franco Smith announced his team for the encounter on Wednesday morning naming the same starting side who shattered the records with their 92-17 win over the Sunwolves in Bloemfontein last weekend. The 14 tries the Cheetahs scored in the game is one better than the SA record of 13 …

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Klusener to take Dolphins to CCMA

Lance Klusener

Former Dolphins coach Lance Klusener will be taking the Dolphins franchise to the Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) over his dismissal in February before the season was complete ESPNcricinfo reports. The hearing, scheduled for the first week of May, will likely not be enough to reappoint Klusener as the Dolphins …

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Louis Oosthuizen gets a hole in one, again

Louis Oosthuizen gets a hole in one, again

South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen made history for the second time at the Masters as he scored an unlikely hole-in-one in Sunday’s final round that saw 2014 Nedbank Challenge winner Danny Willett win the Green Jacket. Defending champion Jordan Spieth seemed on course for his third major but found the water …

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Flag day for English golfers at Masters

English golfers enjoyed their finest-ever day at the Masters on Sunday with Danny Willett winning and five Englishmen finishing in the top 10. Willett, who overturned a five-shot deficit on defending champion Jordan Spieth on the back nine to win his first major title, is just the second English golfer …

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Tuks score century against hapless Ikeys

Duhan Van der Merwe

Tuks made history by being the first team in history to score 100 points in a single Varsity Cup match, defeating UCT 100-25 at the Cape Town Stadium on Monday. Both the Ikey Tigers and Tuks went into the match with something to play for. For Tuks, the possibility of …

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Peyper to ref Sharks v Crusaders

South African referee Jaco Peyper will referee Saturday’s Super Rugby between the Sharks and Crusaders at Kings Park in Durban (17:15 kick-off). Peyper will be assisted by Jaco van Heerden and Cwengile Jadezweni, with Johan Greeff the television match official (TMO). Earlier in the day, Australia’s William Houston will take …

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SA, NZ to push for global season

SA Rugby will join New Zealand in a “hard push” to try and get a global season underway by 2020. The governing body confirmed they would support the push for the northern and southern hemisphere seasons to be more aligned to make the global game run smoother when it comes …

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