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Hunting the Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong is the host city for the sixth round of the HSBC Sevens World Series. It is a tournament steeped in history and arguably the flagship event on the world circuit. Read full blog
Old dogs, new tricks
Some may brush it off as an anomaly but I believe the 221 points and 27 tries scored during the final weekend of the Six Nations sent a message to sides in the southern hemisphere. Read full blog
The boys will be back
It is always difficult to dwell on a major disappointment like the semifinal against New Zealand on Tuesday. Read full blog
EPL goes to war with non-Euro foreigners
What will the Barclays Premier League be without foreigners today? Uninteresting to say the least... Read full blog
It just never ends
Thirteen cards, including three reds, and 140 penalties spread over just six games. Read full blog
LVG has arrived
I said it a few weeks ago, that once Man United found their footing, it would be impossible to stop them. Read full blog
Cruising into confusion
Talk about classy cruiserweights and Evander Holyfield’s name stands out. Read full blog
Tick tock on ref's 15 minutes of fame
Ah, good old sour grapes; excuses, which seldom find sympathetic ears. Read full blog
How to remove imperfection from progress
There is general agreement that the referee and match officials on duty at Kings Park last weekend got it right when they brandished red cards that banished three players from the field. Read full blog
Bismarck at the crossroads
Gary Gold is right. Bismarck du Plessis is targeted by opposition teams. Read full blog
Ref in red card 'blunder'
In my last blog for supersport.com I stated that video technology is, more than ever, required to assist referees in their decision-making. Read full blog
Sensational Sanga shut out
I had a chat with bowling coach Allan Donald over breakfast the morning after the astonishing quarterfinal victory over Sri Lanka. Read full blog
Epic encounter between SA, NZ awaits
In terms of the competition the World Cup could not have turned out any better. Read full blog
Week 6
Some players were desperate to get home, others were happy to stay a while. Read full blog
Quinny comes good in the perfect game
Greetings from Auckland where we are preparing for our World Cup semifinal on Tuesday. Read full blog
Afghanistan’s rugby dreamer
Malmesbury's rugby hero measures his success not in rands and cents but in gap-toothed smiles and high-fives wherever he goes. Read full blog
Time to cash in on Khune?
Itumeleng Khune is no longer totally irreplaceable. I believe he remains the best goalkeeper in the PSL. Read full blog
Football is full of failed coaches
I admit that I am looking for trouble writing today about coaches. I do not really like discussing them. Read full blog
SuperWrap: Week 5, 2015
It can’t be a good omen in a World Cup year when New Zealand Super Rugby teams come prancing through the land of the Springbok like they own this turf. Read full blog
Gor Mahia need competitive football
Sunday was a busy day in football so I chose to stay home and watch on SuperSport instead of going to the stadium. Read full blog

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Kyle Brown
Hunting the Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong is the host city for the sixth round of the HSBC Sevens World Series. It is a tournament...

Neil at the World Cup
Week 6
Some players were desperate to get home, others were happy to stay a while.

Brendan Venter
Old dogs, new tricks
Some may brush it off as an anomaly but I believe the 221 points and 27 tries scored during the...

Kepler Wessels
The boys will be back
It is always difficult to dwell on a major disappointment like the semifinal against New Zealand on...

Tony Johnson
It just never ends
Thirteen cards, including three reds, and 140 penalties spread over just six games.

Brenden Nel
Bismarck at the crossroads
Gary Gold is right. Bismarck du Plessis is targeted by opposition teams.