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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.

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.

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.

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.

The Roger 100 & the weekend's wrap up

Roger Federer has reached the 100 ATP title mark with victory in Dubai. Navratilova guilted into an apology about her transgender comments, a strange weekend of SuperRugby results, Arsenal lets it slip against Spurs, and the Proteas get back to winning ways against Sri Lanka.

World Rugby looking to kill the game once & for all

World Rugby continue to miss the point when it comes to safeguarding the great game, and opinions are very much divided on this 'World League' business. Nadal calls Kyrgios on being a prick, Federer has his 100th title in his sights, and drama in the world of bridge. This and so much more to get you into the weekend.

A Kolpak & midweek football bonanza

Duane Olivier takes a Kolpak deal, and with that causes quite a stir in the Proteas camp. It's an ongoing debate around the ethics within the professional game, and one that creates some interesting talking points. More about contracts this time with the Springboks, then loads of midweek league football action.

Your weekend sports catch up

The Proteas did it again, they found a new way to lower fan expectations and with that Sri Lanka record a famous test series win. Dustin Johnson wins again at the WGC Mexico Championship, the latest from the 6 Nations and SupeRugby, plus the latest from a fiery weekend of football.

Getting the sporting weekend rolling

The Proteas have stumbled out of the blocks again against Sri Lanka. A huge weekend of rugby awaits, McIlroy off to a flying start in the WGC Mexico, an interesting chapter in the Premier League title race, and a talented basketballer injures himself when his shoe explodes.

The midweek sports check

A boring night of Champions League action, the Proteas get ready for the next Sri Lankan test without Philander, and Caster Semenya's dramas to carry on. Lots of positive golf action though, as the best in the world all head to Mexico for the WGC.

Taking stock of the weekend's sporting action

The Proteas may have pulled off one of their biggest chokes yet, but this time in a Test match. SuperRugby begins with an interesting weekend of results, Martina Navratilova speaks out on the Caster Semenya issue, FA Cup and Nedbank Cup action, plus the weekend's golf action is marred by slow play again.

Welcome to the sporting weekend

This weekend of sport sees the start of SuperRugby, plus a whole lot of football, cricket and golf. On the story front Germany may have fixed the 2006 World Cup bid, Caster Semenya's court battles continue, and Shannon Gabriel makes things right after his homophobic slur towards Joe Root.

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