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Specialists are the way to go
The Proteas are in a good position at the World Cup in the sense that if all the players in the squad are available for selection, they have good bench strength. Read full blog
First Fight of the Century
When Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao clash in Las Vegas on May 2 it will be called the Fight of the Century. Read full blog
The price of player development
Not too long ago the Bulls boasted a very strong playing group which dominated Super Rugby. However, with the exit of a host of big-name stars, the Pretoria-based side decided on a different recruitment model Read full blog
There's nothing like a derby game
The most appealing and worthwhile element of Super Rugby to me, has always been the international flavour. Read full blog
Bench strength makes selection tougher
On leaving the shores of South Africa, the Proteas would have had no doubt that they were well prepared for the ICC Cricket World Cup for 2015. Read full blog
Lydia's legend just beginning
It's not exactly a sad state of affairs if you're a New Zealand sports fan these days. Read full blog
The real problem with referees
Being a referee is tough work. Fans hurling abuse, players and coaches questioning every move you make and very little thanks for a job that has to have one of the highest stress levels in modern sport. Read full blog
Comrades training - March 2015
March is all about qualifying for Comrades. In the Gauteng region there are three possible options for running your qualifying marathon. Read full blog
Southpaw weaponry is priceless
There have been some statistics this World Cup that show how the game has changed dramatically. Read full blog
German ref epitomised what refereeing is all about
I’m regularly asked what is required to be a top class referee in soccer. What are the basics, the fundamentals, and the necessities? Read full blog
Plenty of positives from Loftus
The perennial questions about match officiating, particularly the parameters they work within, will persist after the weekend’s big South African Vodacom Super Rugby derby between the Bulls and the Sharks. Read full blog
A near-perfect game
I’ve just got back to my hotel room in Canberra having spent the evening at a function hosted at the embassy by the ambassador, and I’m pretty exhausted, as are all the guys. Read full blog
Humble AB delivers a master class
The AB de Villiers master class against the West Indies was yet another magnificent effort by the best one-day batsman this country has produced. Read full blog
Week 3
March 4 - Early starts are commonplace in this job but they’re not made easier by the prospect of facing the metal detector at Canberra Airport. Read full blog
Barcelona on my mind
I guess every reader of this column knows by now that I am a fan of Barcelona. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 2, 2015
Just the other day pundits thought the Bulls would pretty much walk the South African Super Rugby conference this year. They couldn't have been more wrong. Read full blog
Jose's feeling the heat
Many of my regular readers here will know I am neither a Jose Mourinho apologist nor a cult follower. Read full blog
The fine art of finishing
From a professional coaching perspective, there are fundamentally two statistics that are most relevant in terms of try-scoring. The first is what we call the creation rate and the second, the conversion rate. Read full blog
Arsenal, it's good to be third
I love making Manchester United supporters angry. And nowadays it’s so easy to do that. Read full blog
Make the call, ref!
Here’s an excerpt from an alternative, purely fictitious match report from Saturday’s Barclays Premier League clash between Chelsea and Burnley. Read full blog

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Brendan Venter
The price of player development
Not too long ago the Bulls boasted a very strong playing group which dominated Super Rugby....

Kepler Wessels
Specialists are the way to go
The Proteas are in a good position at the World Cup in the sense that if all the players in the...

Tony Johnson
There's nothing like a derby game
The most appealing and worthwhile element of Super Rugby to me, has always been the international...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Bench strength makes selection tougher
On leaving the shores of South Africa, the Proteas would have had no doubt that they were well...

Neil at the World Cup
Week 3
March 4 - Early starts are commonplace in this job but they’re not made easier by the prospect of...

Michael Todt
Lydia's legend just beginning
It's not exactly a sad state of affairs if you're a New Zealand sports fan these days.