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The Proteas don't like dominating

The Proteas made a great start against the Aussies, but then went full England to allow the Aussies to get back into things on day one at Newlands. Bigger drama in the cricket though as Zimbabwe fail to qualify for the World Cup, then a look at the weekend's rugby and golf.

It's game on in the cricket & England are rubbish

England get rolled out for very little, but in bigger cricket news it's all about Kagiso Rabada getting to play again against Australia. Serena Williams continues to struggle in her comeback, Xabi Alonso is the latest footballer that Spanish authorities want to throw in jail, and your weekend ahead in SuperRugby.

Rabada awaits his fate as Mayweather steps into the octagon

How did things go in the Rabada hearing? Well sadly we will have to wait the mandatory 48 hours, but are these hearings a drawn out waste of time? Mayweather wants to get his MMA licence, the WGC Matchplay brings the world's top golfers together, and Rassie may only be a two-year coach for the Boks.

Your Monday sporting meltdown

Eddie Jones's bubble has well and truly burst as England finish 5th in the 6 Nations. The Stormers have a good win in SuperRugby, and the SA vs Aus Test drama returns. Plus an incredible win for Rory McIlroy and some football action too.

The big weekend sports preview

No test action this week between SA and Australia, but the stories keep coming thick and fast off the field. Arsenal still have one chance of glory this year, golf's best are battling it out at Bay Hill, and a huge weekend of rugby ahead.

Things getting Messi for Conte & Rabada appeals ban

Into the final 8 of the Champions League, and Man United and Chelsea won't be there. Gideon Sam reminds us how dreadful South African sports administrators really are, the latest from the rugby world - of which there is a lot, plus Rabada appeals the ridiculous ban that has been imposed on him.

Is Jose taking blood money from Russia?

Man United are out of the Champions League, but almost a bigger story right now is that Jose Mourinho is working for the Russians during the World Cup. Rabada goes back to no.1 in the ICC test bowler rankings, Kwagga Smith declines the Commonwealth Games, and Ernie and Tiger to square off as captains in the Presidents Cup.

The ICC are ruining cricket

After a night of drowning his sorrows around the news of Kagiso Rabada's suspension, Ben delivers a rather all over the place sports report. What does the rest of the test series against the Aussies hold from here? Still lots of positives thankfully, plus Ben gets into some football news.

Monday morning sports wrap

The Proteas are fighting back big time against the Aussies, but suspension looms for Kagiso Rabada. Tiger Woods comes close to winning again, Ireland win the 6 Nations, latest SuperRugby, Man United's big win over Liverpool, and some Nedbank Cup action. Plus the Winter Paralympics from PyeongChang, which moves into day 3.

The big Warner/De Kock incident explained

The biggest news in cricket right now is what was said between Quinton De Kock and David Warner. Ben does some research and joins the dots for you in a sports report you won't hear anywhere else today.

Monday morning sports shake-up

The Proteas finally found some fight in their ranks, but it's a bit late as Australia prepare for victory. Pirates hammer Chiefs in the Soweto derby, Arsene Wenger continues to speak himself up after another loss, Icarus wins best documentary at the Oscars, and the great Sir Roger Bannister has passed on.

Should we be worried about how much power Rassie Erasmus now has?

Rassie Erasmus is officially unveiled as the Springbok coach, but Ben references a tremendous tweet from Graeme Joffe about the various factors that need to be questioned here. It's a big weekend of football and rugby across the world, with the Aussies batting first in Durban against the Proteas and loads of top class golf.

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