UP HE GOES, AGAIN: Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt won the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award for the third time on Monday. Bolt could not attend the ceremony  in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but appeared via hologram Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Usain Bolt annoyed by claim he criticized Glasgow

USAIN Bolt isn’t finding his first trip to the “Friendly Games” to be completely friendly.

FULL STEAM AHEAD: Selborne’s Damian Wolvaard breaks through the Dale College defence to score a try during the derby day clash at Selborne College on Saturday

School derbies to turn up heat

WITH school derby action back in full flow, and the winter season heading into its final few weekends, schools will be looking to claim bragging rights over their rivals. 


Typos in eye of the storm after playing ‘wrong hand’

A DECISION by the powers that be at the Typos Bowling Club to drop three of their Premier league players to the first league for the final game of the season in order to save their Premier league status has not gone down well with some.

South Africa's Ayabonga Sonjica (Blue) putting a hurting on Tunisia'a Bilel M'Handu (Red)

Warriors face firestorm

Moment of truth for East London’s brave fighters. THREE East London fighters will today bid to claim South Africa’s first Commonwealth Games boxing medals in eight years.


Mtembu first black captain for Sharks

Lubabalo Mtembu is the first black captain of the Sharks after the franchise confirmed his appointment today.

NEW LEADER: Lubabalo ‘Te r a ’ Mtembu has been appointed laglio being examples.”
Currie Cup captain for the Cell C Sharks Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Former Dale pupil gets Sharks armband

IN A surprise but progressive move, East Londonborn loose forward Lubabalo “Tera” Mtembu, formerly of Dale College, will today be named as the Sharks’ Currie Cup captain.

The four Border
girls who will
represent South
Africa at the
Junior World
Cup in Spain
next month are,
from left, Nina
Cressey, Erin
Sims, Tayla
Louw and
Picture: PETER

Border’s awesome foursome set for Madrid

IT IS NOT often that a husband and wife are appointed to coach a team representing South Africa overseas, but this honour has fallen on Bevan and Marcelle Manson, who will coach the SA Junior World Cup water polo team to Madrid, Spain next month.

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: The Proteas show off the trophy after winning the Test cricket series against Sri Lanka in Colombo yesterday. They  drew the second Test to win the two-match series 1-0 and  regain world top spot 
Picture: REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)

Proteas top of the world after the Great Escape

BEFORE yesterday, Vernon Philander and Imran Tahir had had a forgettable Test series in Sri Lanka.

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