A meeting between the Eastern Cape Promoters Association (ECPA) and the Boxing SA board that was hailed a success by both parties, has now revived fresh calls by the promoters for the
The greatest irony about the criticism that has gone Heyneke Meyer’s way for his surprise selection of Johan Goosen is some of it has come from former Springbok utility back Gaffie du Toit.
Border Rugby women’s Sevens team have an opportunity to ensure this region’s absolute dominance of women’s rugby in SA when they compete in the national Sevens tournament in Saldanha
A BUSY day for the revolving changing room door ended with Border perched on 84/5, trailing North West’s first innings score by 103 runs at the end of the first day of their Sunfoil Three-Day Challenge match at Buffalo Park yesterday.
IT’S game day as the Border semi-professional cricket team get down to business against North West in their Sunfoil Three-Day Challenge match at Buffalo Park this morning.
A CONFIDENT, well prepared Lusapho April jetted out of East London airport yesterday on his way to New York where he will compete in the world’s biggest marathon, The New York City Marathon on Sunday.
Queen’s College Grade 8 pupil Matt Dewar has enjoyed a top year of sport. His accomplishments keep stacking up as he impresses across the board with some outstanding sporting achievements.
Former Bush Bucks goalkeeper and coach Nigel Dixon has agreed to take over the reins at SAB League 2013-14 champions Shiloh.