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12h
Scoring still a problem for poor Banyana
Scoring still a problem for poor Banyana
Bafana

Desiree Ellis used the word unfortunately so often over the last two weeks at the Africa Women's Cup of Nations that it almost became her middle name.

12h
Mitchell assisting Ackermann or Coetzee would be my dream team
Mitchell assisting Ackermann or Coetzee would be my dream team
Opinion

Okay, maybe I'm dreaming, but John Mitchell with Johan Ackermann, or even with Coetzee, would make me a lot more confident ...

12h
New Proteas are starting to bloom
New Proteas are starting to bloom
Opinion

The resilience shown in the first Test in Perth, after Dale Steyn left the field, was the turning point of the series, according to Faf du Plessis.

12h
Smith slams 164 against NZ
Smith slams 164 against NZ
World Cricket

Aussie skipper Steve Smith smashed 164, the highest ODI score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, to lead Australia to 324/8 against New Zealand.

13h
Tiger 'not quite there' but still eyes major record
Tiger 'not quite there' but still eyes major record
Golf

Tiger Woods sees daily progress in his return from a back injury layoff and hinted he is still chasing the record 18 majors.

13h
Ranieri keeps faith with misfiring Vardy
Ranieri keeps faith with misfiring Vardy
Premier League

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri insists he still has faith in Jamie Vardy despite his Premier League goal drought stretching to three months.

13h
Jones sets England's sights on World Cup glory
Jones sets England's sights on World Cup glory
World Rugby

Eddie Jones insisted England were "hell-bent" on becoming the world's best side after ending a record-equalling year with a win over Australia.

14h
Chelsea apologises to abused former player
Chelsea apologises to abused former player
Premier League

English soccer club Chelsea issued a public apology to former striker Gary Johnson for the sexual abuse he suffered as a young player.

14h
Mourinho, Ronaldo deny tax evasion claims
Mourinho, Ronaldo deny tax evasion claims
World Leagues

Man United boss Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo denied hiding millions of euros in offshore accounts in a effort to avoid the tax man.

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