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Tour to forget for Bulls

The tour of hope is quickly becoming the tour from hell for the Bulls after losing their second game in New Zealand against the Chiefs.

Liverpool fans vent fury on Rodgers

Liverpool suffered their biggest Premier League defeat against Stoke, and their worst since a 7-2 loss to Tottenham in April 1963.

Lions hooker cited for tackle

Lions hooker Robbie Coetzee has been cited and will hear his fate for a spear tackle during his side’s 40-17 Super Rugby win over the Cheetahs.

ODI exit has helped Cook

Nasser Hussein lauds England Test captain Alastair Cook after his magnificent century at Lord’s.

Gerrard, Lampard bow out with goals

Steven Gerrard scored his186th Liverpool goal after 710 appearances as they lost 6-1 to Stoke in his last game.

Stormers punished sloppy Rebels

The Stormers chalked up yet another gift-wrapped win against the error-ridden Rebels at Newlands.

United send Falcao packing

Manchester United will not be signing Colombia forward Radamel Falcao on a permanent basis, the Premier League club said.

Ashley not walking away from Newcastle

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has said the club is not for sale and he will not be leaving until some silverware has been won.

Kirk wins Crowne Plaza Invitational

Chris Kirk coolly salvaged par at the 18th hole to clinch his fourth PGA Tour title by one shot at the $6.5 million Crowne Plaza Invitational.

Federer fumes after fan’s on-court selfie

French Open organisers came under fire from Roger Federer after a security breach that left the Swiss star in a jam.

Hull relegated, Magpies survive

Hull were relegated and Newcastle survived in a dramatic final day of the Premier League season on Sunday.

‘Mountain goat’ Blatter keeps going

Sepp Blatter, who is set to be re-elected as Fifa boss on Friday, likened himself to a mountain goat on Sunday.

Contador retains pink jersey

Spain’s Alberto Contador retained the Giro d’Italia overall lead, finishing third in the 15th stage on Sunday.

Cook smashes defiant century

Alastair Cook made a battling century to lift England to 261 for four at tea against NZ at on Sunday.

Security breach spoils Federer’s day

Roger Federer’s mood darkened despite an easy win at the French Open after a security breach.

All roads lead to Rafa for Djoko

Novak Djokovic looks set to face claycourt king Rafa Nadal sooner than expected in Paris.

Federer canters through first round

Roger Federer’s quest for a 2nd French title started with first-round win against Alejandro Falla on Sunday.

Fan attempts selfie with Federer

Security was breached at the French Open on Sunday when a fan tried to take a selfie with Roger Federer.

Valencia joy dampened by injury

Valencia’s Champions League joy has been tempered by an injury to their keeper Diego Alves.

Drogba to leave Blues for second time

Didier Drogba is leaving Chelsea for the second time and will play his last game for the team on Sunday.

NEWS24 SPORT | Serfontein blow for Bulls

The Bulls have been dealt a blow with centre Jan Serfontein ruled out of the rest of their Australasian tour with a knee injury. | 5 talking points: Super Rugby Week 15

Herman Mostert highlights 5 talking points after Round 15's action of Super Rugby. | Lions not resting on their laurels

Following their impressive 40-17 win over the Cheetahs, the Lions have no intentions of taking their feet off the pedal. | 'Sherriffc' takes SuperBru lead

"Sherriffc" has taken the lead in the Sport24 SuperBru Super Rugby challenge after Round 15 of this year's competition. | Itu, Tefu to leave Chiefs - reports

Chiefs have reportedly parted ways with Itumeleng Khune and Tefu Mashamaite due to the pair's salary demands. | Baxter considering future

Stuart Baxter has revealed there are "serious issues" at Naturena that he is unhappy with and is considering departing. | Builders Sports Quiz is back!

SA’s favourite and largest Sports Quiz, the 2015 Builders Sports Quiz Series Presented by Sun International, is back for a third year. | Mallett: Stormers have pack to win title

Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett says the Stormers have the pack of forwards to take them to the Super Rugby title. | Brussow on why he's leaving Cheetahs

Springbok flank Heinrich Brussow has explained his decision to not extend his contract with the Cheetahs. | Shakes pleased despite Cup exit

Shakes Mashaba left the COSAFA Cup pleased, despite SA failing to see off Botswana in a penalty shootout. | Montoya wins 99th Indy 500

Colombia's Juan Pablo Montoya has won his second Indianapolis 500 title after a tension-packed final few laps. | United say 'No' to Falcao

Manchester United will not be signing out of form Radamel Falcao on a permanent basis, the club has confirmed. | Maradona rounds on 'dictator' Blatter

Diego Maradona has attacked world football chief Sepp Blatter, calling the FIFA boss "a dictator". | Week of destiny for Bulls, Lions

The SA challenge may be down to one in 2015 if the two Highveld sides play second fiddle next weekend, writes Rob Houwing. | Sharapova gets Open bid underway

Defending champion Maria Sharapova and men's third seed Andy Murray get their French Open campaigns underway on Monday. | Kirk captures PGA Colonial

American Chris Kirk has held his nerve firing a four-under-par 66 to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational by one stroke. | Rodgers faces anxious wait

Brendan Rodgers conceded his job could be on the line after Liverpool suffered their biggest ever defeat in the league. | Niang: My worst season yet

Sundowns forward Mame Niang said he will come back stronger after going through what he described as his worst season. | Pakistan recall Malik, Sami

Shoaib Malik and fast bowler Mohammad Sami have been recalled to the Pakistan ODIO squad for the three-match series against Zimbabwe. | WRAP: English Premiership

A comprehensive wrap of all the collated matches, scores and match reports from the weekend matches in the English Premiership.

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