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Let's get it started
It has been a tragic few weeks for rugby with the passing of Joost van der Westhuizen, and in the past week former All Black Sione Lauaki, and now South African born Wallaby Dan Vickerman. Read full blog
Lies, damned lies, and statistics
As I watched Dustin Johnson on Sunday, a whole lot of thoughts and feelings bubbled to the surface. Read full blog
Ref Clattenburg’s resignation a concern
The PGMOL are the body responsible for the recruitment, training, and appointments of match officials to the PL. Read full blog
Proteas dominating Black Caps
I thought the Proteas would be too strong for The Black Caps on this current tour across all formats. Read full blog
Fatigue is Lions’ biggest obstacle
They fell tantalisingly short last year and the smart money should be on the Emirates Lions again. Read full blog
Oh Barcelona, what have you done?
I am yet to wake up from the nightmare of last Tuesday night. Read full blog
Everything and nothing to play for
New Zealand’s Black Caps and South Africa’s Proteas square up to each other from Friday in six weeks of cross-format competition that promises to be riveting in its intensity and commitment. Read full blog
Australia are cheating their punters
There has always been a lot to admire about Australian cricket. Right now though there is plenty to learn from them as they perplex their most important component. Read full blog
Is Messi-led Barca at a dead end?
If there ever was a game where a club side played at near perfection, it was on the night that Barcelona practically demolished Real Madrid by a then near-unprecedented 5-0 at the ‘El Clásico’. Read full blog
Who's who in Super Rugby
As Super Rugby approaches, it’s time to scan the landscape, and try and catch up with who’s gone where, who’s going to feature, and who might flounder. Read full blog
A beacon of hope
When Stewart Cink won the 2009 Open Championship at Turnberry in a playoff against a 59-year old Tom Watson, one couldn't help but get the feeling that the entire golfing world had wanted the other guy to win. Read full blog
NZ tour will be a far tougher test
I have no doubt that the Proteas thoroughly enjoyed the international summer at home Read full blog
The Indomitable Lions are back
Watch out Africa, the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are back. The team is back, big time, and better. Read full blog
Pundits, Arsenal and PL title race
Last weekend following Arsenal's defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the fans of the North London club were again split right down the middle with regards to their long-serving manager Arsene Wenger. Read full blog
A happy glimpse into the future
There were a number of important resolutions accepted in principle at the recent ICC chief executives meeting in Dubai, including the principle of a Test Championship and international ODI league. Read full blog
Less is more
In July 1974, the world of football was shocked by the news that legendary Liverpool FC manager Bill Shankly would be retiring from professional football management with immediate effect. Read full blog
A man of unbelievable courage
It’s a sad note to start out with, but we are all mourning the passing of Joost van der Westhuizen. Read full blog
Farewell to a legend and good guy
It probably isn’t surprising that the man now remembered by everyone just as Joost was probably the only member of the Springbok Class of 2003 that actually enjoyed Staaldraad. Read full blog
Eagle heights for Lion Kings
Cameroon’s triumph over Egypt in the 2017 Afcon final has been a refreshing turn of event, and they will now represent Africa at the Fifa Confederations Cup. Read full blog
An explanation of modern batting
A recent commentary stint with former Proteas coach Eric Simons has got some tongues wagging. It was a discussion centred on how batting has changed. Read full blog

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Tony Johnson
Let's get it started
It has been a tragic few weeks for rugby with the passing of Joost van der Westhuizen, and in the...

Andy Capostagno
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Michael Todt
Lies, damned lies, and statistics
As I watched Dustin Johnson on Sunday, a whole lot of thoughts and feelings bubbled to the surface.

Gavin Rich
Fatigue is Lions’ biggest obstacle
They fell tantalisingly short last year and the smart money should be on the Emirates Lions again.

Kepler Wessels
Proteas dominating Black Caps
I thought the Proteas would be too strong for The Black Caps on this current tour across all...

Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref Clattenburg’s resignation a concern
The PGMOL are the body responsible for the recruitment, training, and appointments of match...