We’ve finally reached ‘that’ stage of the season. The last day of dealings. Majority of the clubs most people would be interested have completed their spending but there are some smaller club mugging about, also notoriously we’ve all come to expect some surprises come this time of the year. Read More…
After easing her way through the heats , she went on to win the final, for the third time in succession, in one minute, 9.30 seconds (1:09.30).
“I’m relieved to have got the first race out the way but a little disappointed with my time,” Du Toit said.
“I think I could have Read More…
The new Cape Town crooner, Jimmy Nevis has hit the airwaves with a bang! First debuting with the hit single Elephant Shoes. Now releasing his second song Heart Boxing accompanied by this awesome music video. The 19 year old really has the world at his feet. Apparently we will soon be seeing a full length album.
Great to see such Talent coming out of Cape Town. Lets Support
DHL Western Province No 8 Duane Vermeulen and Toyota Free State Cheetahs flyhalf Johan Goosen are the two uncapped players that have been added to the Springbok squad for the Australasian leg of The Castle Rugby Championship.
The squad of 28 for Tests against Australia in Perth (September 8) and New Zealand in Dunedin (September 15), was finalised on Wednesday. Read More…
The Proteas won the toss and opted to bat first, before the silent assassin and vice Captain Hashim Amla steal the show yet again when he ran away to yet another century with the help of his Test side Captain Greame Smith steaming along in support with a handy 50 to tally toward the Proteas complete score of 287 runs at the end of the fifty overs.
The Poms chased, with a valiant effort but were soon curbed by brilliant bowling in particular from the likes of pace bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe, who played an integral role in restricting the English to 207 runs all out, ultimately securing the Proteas win.
Following yesterday’s victory, Amla became the first player ever to smash Sir Vivian Richards recors as he dashed to 3000 runs in the fastest time ever. He reached this milestone in ten innings less than Richards who nows falls to second place.