Warriors batsman Christiaan Jonker watches a ball carefully in the nets yesterday ahead of today's Momentum One Day Cup match against the Chevrolet Knights. picture: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Warriors to show thier mean side

TOP-CLASS cricket is on the cards as the Chevrolet Warriors entertain the Chevrolet Knights in their vitally important Momentum One-Day Cup match at Buffalo Park this afternoon.

POTENT KNUCKLEDUSTERS: Nhlanhla Ngamntwini, left, and Simphiwe Konkco show their armoury ahead of
their clash on Saturday Picture: MARK ANDREWS

At last, showtime for ringmasters

The fight that has been on the cards for a while between Simpiwe Konkco and unbeaten Duncan Village prospect Nhlanhla Ngamntwini is expected to steal the show at Cathcart Hall in Cathcart this Saturday.

TOO CLOSE TO CALL: Dean van Schalkwyk of Border wins the high ball during the U21 match against Golden Lions at Ellis Park. Border will face Kings at Buffalo City Stadium tomorrow

Currie favours Border to be too hot for Kings

Border U21 will have only one thing in mind when they take on their EP Kings counterparts in the Absa relegation-promotion playoffs final tomorrow.

GROUNDED: Hlompho Alpheus Kekana of Mamelodi Sundowns slides in a desperate attempt to take the ball from George Akpabio of Chippa United during their Absa Premiership match played at the Nelson
Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth last night. The final score was a 1-1 draw Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Sangweni’s equalising goal saves Chilliboys on their home ground

Mamelodi Sundowns were held to a second successive draw to lose ground in the Premier Soccer League race as Chippa United came back to hold the champions to a 1-1 draw in Port Elizabeth last night.

THE BIG PUSH: Sinethemba
Goniwe, right, seen here
closing in on the ball with
R i ve r s i d e ’s Mankum Meyers.
Goniwe scored a penalty for
Cloud 9 in the playoff

Riverside coach cries foul after playoff defeat

Riverside coach and board member Kelly Smith is not a happy man after his side lost 3-1 to Cloud 9 in the LFA playoffs last weekend.

MASTERCLASS: A B de Villiers
of South Africa played a
scintillating innings of 89 not
out as the Proteas triumphed
by six wickets over New
Zealand in the first One-Day
Inter national in New Zealand
yesterday Picture: GETTY IMAGES

AB calls for killer instinct

AB De Villiers is a hard man to please.For the captain of a team who beat their opponents properly in the first one-day international in Mount Maunganui yesterday, he seemed less than satisfied.


Banyana will not surrender

Diminutive defensive midfielder Mamello Makhabane, or “Juca” to her teammates, has become an indispensable part of Banyana’s hunt for an elusive World Cup berth.


Proteas out to foil NZ with spin

IF IMRAN Tahir is a more attacking spinner than Aaron Phangiso, how come they each took the same number of wickets and had identical strike rates in the triangular series in Zimbabwe in August

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