Starting with Cricket news, a match leaning in South Africa’s favour at the start of the day(Saturday), New Zealand made sure the seesaw swung firmly in the Proteas favour with a dismal batting performance on day three of the second test. 

Proteas beat the BlackCaps by 8 wickets.


Moving on to India 

Australia salvage a draw on the last day of the 3rd Test, against India in Ranchi. 

Cheteshwar Pujara and Wriddhiman Saha were involved in a 199-run stand for India against Australia in the third Test in Ranchi.

Piñata getting 202 

Saha – 117 

On to Rugby 

Super Rugby week 4, kicked off on Friday, with Crusaders taking on the Blues in Christchurch. 

Crusaders came back from a 21 – 5 deficit at half time to win the match 33 – 24. 

the Chiefs pull away at the death against the Rebels: 14 – 27 and the Bulls proved too powerful for the Sunwolves : 34 – 21. 

On Saturday, the Hurricanes claimed a bonus point victory against the Highlanders in Wellington: 41 – 15 

The Brumbies produced a late surge to score two late tries to win 28-12 against the Waratahs in Sydney on Saturday.

The Jaguares won their 3rd game in a row, by beating the Cheetahs 41 – 14 at Velez Sarfield. 

Lions returned to winning ways, beating the 14 Men Reds : 44-14. 


ENGLAND retained the Six Nations trophy with one game remaining – but failed to secure the Grand Slam.

Ireland 13 England 9

Scotland 20 Italy 0

France 20 Wales 18


Starting locally 
The big guns avoided each other in the draw for the Nedbank Cup last 16, that took place on Thursday in Randburg.

Chippa United v Polokwane City

Kwa-Dukuza United v SuperSport United

Bloemfontein Celtic v Mbombela United

Free State Stars v Orlando Pirates

Jomo Cosmos v Bidvest Wits

Baroka v Platinum Stars

Mamelodi Sundowns v Golden Arrows

Acornbush United v Kaizer Chiefs

ABSA Premiership 

Champions League 

English Premier League 


Teenager Sokwakhana Zazini (TuksSport High School) proved without doubt that he’s one for the big moment as he set a new world youth record in the 400-metre hurdles at the weekend.

Zazini won in a time of 48.84 seconds during the Gauteng North Championships at the University of Pretoria, and his time is 0.17sec faster than that run by American William Wynne in 2007.


Swiss star captures his 90th tour-level crown in the desert

The incredible comeback continues. Roger Federer won a record-tying fifth BNP Paribas Open crown on Sunday as he defeated Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 7-5 in an all-Swiss final at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.