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Pressure at top of table begins to tell on Chiefs

THE pressure of maintaining their large points advantage at the top of the Premier Soccer League was beginning to tell on Kaizer Chiefs, coach Stuart Baxter admitted as he tried to explain their failure to bury chances against Polokwane City in midweek.

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Big bouts put on ice – for now

Two major boxing tournaments – one featuring a world title – scheduled for this weekend in East London have been postponed, leaving boxing fans as well as boxers home and dry.

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Maqele runs to put food on table

While most of his fellow club mates only enter races to stay healthy or test their endurance, for Mthatha athlete Andile Maqele running is what puts food on his table every night.

REACHING OUT: Hudson Park’s Athi Mfazwe tries to
stop a shot from Dale’s Daniel Loubser in their T20
match at Buffalo Park on Friday afternoon
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Dale beat Hudson in T20 thriller

Dale College and Hudson Park High School served up a match to remember as the former claimed an exciting win in their schools’ T20 match at Buffalo Park last week.

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Stakes high as European giants battle

Liverpool’s Champions League campaign is on the line as they travel to Ludogorets today where victory is crucial for both teams.

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Desperate City’s defining moment

Pellegrini boys must go for broke against Bayern MANCHESTER City welcome Bayern Munich in the Champions League today needing a win to stay in contention for a last-16 place.

Jannie du Plessis with JP Pietersen during the South African National rugby team photograph and captains run at Twickenham on November 14, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Steve Haag/Gallo Images)

Boks in a tight corner

WALES will be able to choose from an almost full compliment of players for Saturday’s Test against the Springboks at the Millennium Stadium, thanks to a deal between the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and French clubs.

Quinton de Kock of South Africa bats during game five of the One Day International series between Australia and South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground on November 23, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Proteas wilt in series loss

JAMES Faulkner hit the winning boundary with five balls to spare to give Australia a thrilling two-wicket victory over South Africa yesterday and push them to the top of the ICC one-day rankings.

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