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NEWS24 SPORT | Morris, Behardien, Pretorius return for Proteas

The Proteas have named their squads for the upcoming ODIs and a one-off T20I against Australia next month. | IAAF 'expects' CAS to reject Caster's appeal case

The IAAF says it "remains confident" and "fully expects" the Court of Arbitration for Sport to reject Caster Semenya's appeal case. | Backline stars shine at WPRFU awards

Backline stars Damian de Allende and Sergeal Petersen both received two WP awards, while Pieter-Steph du Toit was named Player of the Year. | Player ratings: The Bafana we know

A picture of players kicking back at one of the Seychelles' exotic beaches summed up the performance of Bafana Bafana. | SA’s T20 league: AB holds it all together

The Mzansi Super League’s best chance of living up to its branding is if AB de Villiers doesn’t do a ‘hammie’ in week one or two, suggests Rob Houwing | Bok Euro tour: Heyneke’s winning tips

Former Bok coach Heyneke Meyer, a maestro at it, speaks exclusively to Rob Houwing from Paris on the attributes required to win Tests in Europe. | Chiefs confirm Manyama injured in car accident

Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that their attacking midfielder Lebogang Manyama was injured in a car accident on Tuesday afternoon. | Lehmann admits he stayed on too long as Oz coach

Darren Lehmann has stated that he may have stayed on too long as Australia's head coach after resigning in disgrace on the tour to South Africa. | Wallabies to wear indigenous-themed jersey at Twickenham

The Wallabies will wear an indigenous-themed jersey when they face England at Twickenham next month. | Jake White heaps praise on Rassie, Boks

Former Springbok coach Jake White says that the current national side under coach Rassie Erasmus is ready for the 2019 World Cup. | Leishman goes for 2 straight PGA wins

Marc Leishman goes into the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges after winning his fourth title on the PGA Tour last week in Kuala Lumpur. | British Masters set to be axed from European Tour schedule

The British Masters has reportedly been axed from the 2019 European Tour schedule after being unable to secure a new sponsor after Sky Sports' | Ashwell Prince confirmed as Cape Town Blitz coach

Ashwell Prince was announced as the Cape Town Blitz head coach ahead of the Mzansi Super League T20 Player Draft. | Henning back on Sunshine Tour, but with a new goal

Nic Henning is back on the Sunshine Tour this week and chasing a new goal as he tees it up in the Origins of Golf in Parys. | Kyrgios 'surprised' by Russian love

Nick Kyrgios said he was "surprised" to be cheered by the home crowd as he beat Russian youngster Andrey Rublev 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 in the Kremlin Cup first round on Tuesday. | Wallabies flyhalf signs up to stay in Australia

Wallabies flyhalf Bernard Foley has rebuffed foreign offers and opted to stay in Australia beyond next year's Rugby World Cup. | Jozi Stars announce coaching staff

The Jozi Stars has announced their coaching staff ahead of the Mzansi Super League T20 Player Draft, which takes place at Montecasino. | Bok boosted Lions calls for Sharks discipline

The prospect of facing a Golden Lions team which could include four Springboks means the Sharks need to be on the money in Saturday’s big Currie Cup semi-final. | WATCH: Federer - 'I understand that they call me old..'

"I understand that they call me old" - Roger Federer looks back through his 20-year career. | Wasteful Bafana frustrated by Seychelles

South Africa have been held to a goalless draw against the Seychelles in their Group E 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier at the Stade Linite.


Superb Wilson free-kick gives Wales win over Republic in Dublin

A depleted Wales beat the Republic of Ireland as Harry Wilson's beautiful free-kick illuminates an otherwise drab Nations League match in Dublin.

Four-time world champion Higgins has 'lost appetite' for snooker

John Higgins says he has lost his appetite for snooker after finishing runner-up at the past two World Championships.

'I will make it to the top table' - GB's Dubois on swapping Olympic prospects for pro ranks

A father's guidance and the support of one of London's prized boxing gyms have turned Daniel Dubois into a standout heavyweight prospect.

USA Gymnastics boss quits after four days in role

The interim boss of USA Gymnastics resigns after her appointment was criticised by Olympic champions Simone Biles and Aly Raisman.

Racing driver Charlie Martin speaks about being transgender in motorsport

Racing driver Charlie Martin tells BBC Sport about her experience of being transgender in motorsport.

Messi & Ronaldo then ... ? Vote for your third-best player in the world

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have won the past 10 men's Ballon d'Or awards - but who is the third-best player in the world?

From the fast lane, to the catwalk to the spa - Asher-Smith's stellar 2018

'I'm not famous,' insists British sprinter Dina Asher-Smith but after the gold medals and catwalk shows of 2018 it is hard to agree.

You wait 22 games for a victory then two come along at once - world 198 Gibraltar win again

Three days after claiming a first competitive win in 22 games, Gibraltar win again, coming from behind to beat Lichtenstein.

Have kids, surf the wave and love yourself - World Superbike champion Rea on how to win

Jonathan Rea has conquered the world - again. But what are his secrets for success? And why did starting a family lead to him winning?

Watch: Nelson hits 'absolute cracker' as England U21s cruise past Scotland

Watch Reiss Nelson's brilliant free-kick for England U21s as they beat Scotland 2-0 to extend their unbeaten run to 35 qualifiers.

Robshaw to miss autumn internationals as England injury crisis deepens

England's injury crisis in the back row worsens, with Chris Robshaw ruled out of the autumn internationals with a knee problem.

Why possession might be overrated & all aboard England's 'Love Train' - 2018 World Cup findings

Fifa's technical study group reveals how possession was over-rated, how long-range shooting worked and why playmakers were vital at the 2018 World Cup.

Semenya could miss most of 2019 as testosterone rule delayed

Caster Semenya may have to miss the "the bulk of the outdoor season" in 2019 after athletics chiefs delay bringing in a rule governing testosterone levels in female athletes.

Nations League: Antoine Griezmann scores twice as France beat Germany 2-1

Antoine Griezmann scores twice as France come from behind to claim a second Nations League win and continue Germany's abysmal run.

That Peter Crouch Podcast: A listener's joke about tall people does not amuse Crouchy

A listener's joke about tall people and lightbulbs doesn't amuse Peter Crouch.

England's number eight crisis: 'This is where Eddie Jones earns his money'

With Nathan Hughes facing a likely ban and Sam Simmonds injured, how will England cover for the loss of number eight Billy Vunipola this autumn?

West Ham suspend 'Football Lads' march coach

Premier League club West Ham suspend a coach after he attended a march by a group that has been criticised by anti-racism campaigners.

English Open: Thepchaiya Un-Nooh makes 147, wins for John Higgins & Jimmy White

Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh makes only the third 147 break of the season in his opening frame at the English Open.

Bradley Scott: British UFC fighter accepts two-year drugs ban

British UFC fighter Bradley Scott accepts a two-year suspension after failing a drugs test at Fight Night 130 in Liverpool.

France 3-4 England: Sam Ward scores twice as visitors stage comeback win

Sam Ward scores twice on his 100th international appearance as England stage a late recovery to beat France 4-3 in Lille.

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With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

NFL: Inch-perfect Aaron Rodgers leads Green Bay Packers to win over San Francisco 49ers

Aaron Rodgers makes an inch perfect throw in a stunning 33-30 comeback win for the Green Bay Packers over the San Francisco 49ers.

Yarnold 'ready for new chapter' after announcing retirement

Two-time Winter Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold says she is "ready for a new chapter" after announcing her retirement from skeleton.

Youth Olympic Games: GB's Amelie Morgan wins two more gymnastics medals

Fifteen-year-old Amelie Morgan wins silver for Great Britain on the floor and bronze on the beam to take her medal tally to three at the Youth Olympics in Argentina.

Youth Olympics: Brazil beat hosts Argentina in futsal semi-final

Watch highlights as Brazil beat home side Argentina 3-2 in their Youth Olympics futsal semi-final in Buenos Aires.

Youth Olympic Games: Dunk contest won by Argentina's Fausto Ruesga

Argentina's Fausto Ruesga wins gold in the men's dunk final at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires with a routine featuring a leap over a young spectator.

NFL: Albert Wilson and Tyreek Hill show off plenty of speed

Albert Wilson and Tyreek Hill show off their speed while Antonio Brown breaks Cincinnati hearts in plays of the week from the NFL.

Watch: Lizzy Yarnold wins skeleton gold in 2014 & 2018

Relive the moments when Lizzy Yarnold won skeleton gold at the Winter Olympics in Sochi 2014 and retained her title in Pyeongchang earlier this year.

Youth Olympics 2018: Ponytail nearly costs Belgian long jumper gold medal

Belgium's Maite Beernaert wins gold in the women's long jump at the Youth Olympics despite having an earlier jump ruled shorter because her ponytail hit the sand.

Silvestre de Sousa: Champion jockey on hopes for Classic triumph

Silvestre de Sousa is seeking greater success in big races despite clinching the champion jockey title for the third time in Britain.

United States GP: Can Lewis Hamilton wrap up title at a track where he has dominated?

Lewis Hamilton is on the brink of winning a fifth world title in Austin - a track where he has been imperious in recent years.

Where does this England win rank? Have your say

It was undoubtedly a landmark performance for England, but where does the win in Spain sit among victories from the past 18 years?

Back to Netball: Why you need to don a bib and get back on the court

Back to Netball is 10 years old and, six months on from England Roses' win at the Commonwealth Games, this is why the sport is more popular than ever.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes international football, the Super League Grand Final and the NFL International Series.

World sport: 10 photos we liked this week - 14-20 October

A selection of the most striking sports photographs from around the world this week.

'Sacking McLeish would make no sense, he deserves a full campaign'

Ditching Alex McLeish as head coach before he completes one qualification campaign would not make sense, says Willie Miller.

How a message on LinkedIn shaped a World Cup dream

From the fringes of the Chile squad to World Cup dreams with Palestine - how a message on a social network changed one player's life.

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