THIRTEEN days ago, Australia arrived in Zimbabwe as triangular series champions-in-waiting. They were the number one team in the format, SA were focused on their navels, and Zimbabwe were locked outside their own sweet shop, noses firmly pressed to windows.
EXCITING Duncan Village boxer Xolisani Ndongeni has promised to produce the same performance he dished out to Mlamli Madikane when he faces Patrick Malinga at East London’s Orient Theatre tomorrow.
FORMER International Boxing Federation (IBF) women’s welterweight champion Noni Tenge and Port Elizabeth-based netballer Zanele Mdodana will be among more than 50 women to receive recognition at the maiden Ministerial Women in Sports Awards at Sandton tonight.
THE organisers of the second edition of the Legends Marathon are excited at the response to last year’s event, and say this year it will be far bigger and better. The race, the biggest in the province, is sponsored with prize-money to the tune of R1-million.
THE major ball sports tend to hog the limelight across all aspects of the media and in most countries around the world. It is questionable as to whether any of them outperform other popular participation sports in respect of numbers playing the game,
AFFIES were too good for Australia in Harare yesterday, and SA earned a rousing seven-wicket victory into the bargain.
Retrenched development officers approach Mbalula. BORDER Rugby development officers, who were recently retrenched, have turned to Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula for help.
HOCKEY fans on the Border please all raise your glasses and drink a toast to the Border Masters men’s and women’s teams who set the pace at the recent Masters tournament in Port Elizabeth.