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Shaky but sound finish by Spar Proteas
South Africa end second in European Netball Championships. Going into their final game of the European Netball Championships on Sunday the SPAR Proteas knew they would have to pull out all the stops. Read full article
Spar Proteas soldier on at European Netball Champs
The SPAR Proteas put together an improved performance on Friday evening at the European Netball Championships when they beat hosts Northern Ireland in the last scheduled game on day two in Belfast. Read full article
Mixed fortunes for SA netball team
The Spar Netball Proteas opened their European Championships campaign on Thursday with a bag of mixed fortunes. The South Africa’s ended day one of the five-day tournament winning and losing a game. Read full article
Coaches hail Varsity Hockey ahead of final
It’s been quite a ride for the University of the Free State (Kovsies) in Varsity Sports this year. Read full article
SA netball team to play two tests v NZ
Good news for the Spar Proteas netball team is that they will play two official test matches against New Zealand ahead of the Netball World Cup in Sydney in August. Read full article
Six Wada countries risk Olympic ban
Six countries could find themselves banned from the Olympics and other major sporting competitions, an impatient World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) warned on Wednesday. Read full article
Sports bid for Tokyo Olympics inclusion
Organisers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have officially launched the bidding process for sports hoping to be added to the Summer Games in Japan, the International Olympics Committee confirmed on Tuesday. Read full article
Kovsies seal home Varsity Hockey final
The University of the Free State (Kovsies) continued their dream run in Varsity Sports events when they sealed a home final in the Varsity Hockey competition. Read full article
Netball team takes first step to World Cup
The Spar Protea netball team travels to Belfast this week for the European netball championships, to be played from Thursday until Sunday. Read full article
McGregor scoops athlete of the year award
The canoeing community celebrated Hank McGregor winning the Athlete of the Year at the inaugural World Paddle Awards in Germany on the weekend. Read full article
The Week in Pics - May 4-10
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Kingdom stars beat Baobabs in physical encounter
Kingdom Stars put on another scintillating performance as they beat the Limpopo Baobabs 49-36 in their Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League match at the Pretoria University Sports Centre on Sunday afternoon. Read full article
Kovsies maintain their unbeaten run
The University of the Free State (Kovsies) maintained their unbeaten run in the sixth round of the Varsity Hockey tournament. Read full article
Rio risks cost surge as building lags
With less than 500 days until Rio de Janeiro hosts the Olympic Games, construction of several venues has not started and some major contracts have not even been tendered. Read full article
Tough round of Varsity Hockey awaits top teams
Varsity Hockey will resume on Friday, with UP-Tuks sitting pretty at the top of the table. They went unbeaten in Potchefstroom, racking up 18 goals and conceding just five, winning four out of four games. Read full article
Vonn likes the look of Pyeongchang run
Alpine skiier Lindsey Vonn thinks the downhill run for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics might suit her style as she targets the return of the blue riband title she won in Vancouver five years ago. Read full article
Tuks go top after first three rounds
UP Tuks went to the top of the Varsity Hockey table on Monday with four wins out of four and three bonus points in the bag. Read full article
Bingham wins maiden world title
Stuart Bingham won the 2015 World Championship final, beating Shaun Murphy 18-15 at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre on Monday to take snooker's most prestigious title. Read full article
The Week in Pics - Apr 27-May 3
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Murphy holds narrow lead over Bingham
Shaun Murphy held a slender 9-8 lead over Stuart Bingham at the end of Sunday's play in the snooker World Championship final at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre. Read full article
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