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Cheetahs prove SA has the talent

Rugby writer Jacques van der Westhuyzen says the major challenge for the Cheetahs in the next few months will be to build their depth.

IAAF opts against Qatar bribery probe

Athletics' world body has decided not to investigate bribery claims against Qatar after a preliminary probe failed to find anything more than "rumours" surrounding bidding for the 2017 world championships.

Pitso basks in Champions League glory

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has been obsessed with the CAF Champions League since he started his coaching career at SuperSport United.

Extra Strong Team of the Week

After keeping a fifth successive clean sheet for Kaizer Chiefs in all competitions, Itumeleng Khune has earned his place between the sticks in the Extra Strong Team of the Week.

Pieter-Steph du Toit is SA Rugby’s Player of the Year

Pieter-Steph du Toit has become the second lock in two seasons to be named South African Rugby Player of the Year.

Dual Manchester slump adds gravitas to EFL Cup derby

Any suggestion that the EFL Cup showdown between United and City would lack the usual derby intensity has been removed by the pressure on both managers.

Misfiring Ronaldo gets backing from Real team mates

Cristiano Ronaldo's team mates have issued a strong defence of his value to Real Madrid as the Portuguese striker grapples with a barren streak.

Boost for Boks as England lose Itoje

With the Rugby Championship having been a rather unremarkable tournament for the Boks, any problems in a rival team will be welcomed.

SA to face Senegal, Cameroon in Africa U20 Cup of Nations

Thabo Senong will hope history doesn’t repeat itself when his side take on the likes of Senegal, Sudan and Cameroon in the Africa Under-20 Cup of Nations.

WATCH: Kuznetsova cuts her hair to save match point

Spectators looked on in disbelief when Svetlana Kuznetsova gave herself an impromptu haircut, asking the umpire to get her a large of pair scissors.

Leicester heroes Vardy, Mahrez on Ballon d'Or longlist

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez, stars in Leicester's fairytale run to the EPL title, have been named on a 30-player longlist for the 2016 Ballon d'Or.

I am not ready for international rugby, says Duane Vermeulen

A lack of fitness, rather than his public outburst, is the reason why veteran loose forward Duane Vermeulen will not tour with the Springboks.

Coetzee sensing Eddie's Twickenham ambush

Eddie Jones did a massive job on the Springboks as Japan coach and Allister Coetzee is wary that his Boks could run into another ambush at Twickenham.

Bulls lock Marvin Orie joins Lions

The Golden Lions Rugby Union announced the new players they have signed at senior and under 21 level.

Anderson drops out of ATP top 50

Kevin Anderson has dropped out of the top 50 in the world for the first time in five years in the latest ATP rankings.

New selector appointed for Proteas

Warriors acting selection convenor Lux Qoboshiyana will replace Ashwell Prince on the Proteas panel, after Prince resigned to join the Cobras.

Sundowns CAF win: Reactions from SA sport fraternity

Soccer writer Mohau Ramashidja canvassed reactions from prominent football and sports people after Sundowns were crowned African champions.

Mourinho accused Conte of humiliating United

Jose Mourinho told Antonio Conte that his antics in whipping up the crowd during the London club's 4-0 victory was “humiliating”.

Ronaldo, Bale on Ballon d'Or shortlist

Three-time world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo will have to take on Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bale for the Ballon d'Or.

The match-ups: Starc vs Mighty#

It was at the Waca four years ago where Hashim Amla and Mitchell Starc’s paths crossed for the only time in their Test careers.

NEWS24 SPORT | Oz have work cut out ahead of SA series

Australia captain Steve Smith admits they have their work cut out ahead of their Test series against South Africa. | Pieter-Steph du Toit scoops top SA Rugby award

Springbok and Stormers lock, Pieter-Steph du Toit, has won the prestigious South African Rugby Player of the Year award at a ceremony in Johannesburg. | Mourinho calls on players to act like men

Man United's players must behave like men in the wake of their humiliating hammering by Chelsea, manager Jose Mourinho said. | Komphela hints at Tshabalala starting against Pirates

Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela is pleased by what he has seen from Siphiwe Tshabalala. | 3 new faces for Wallabies' Grand Slam tour

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika included three uncapped players in a 32-man squad for their European tour. | Giggs slams United behaviour after Chelsea thumping

Man United legend Ryan Giggs has hit out at the club's players for their behaviour after their humiliating loss to Chelsea. | IAAF opts against Qatar bribery probe

The International Association of Athletics Federations decided not to investigate bribery claims against Qatar. | Pacquiao takes break from politics

Last week, Manny Pacquiao was concentrating on trying to get the death penalty restored in the Philippines. Now he's focused on boxing. | Berdych suffers shock loss in Vienna

Second seed Tomas Berdych suffered a shock defeat to unheralded Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili at the ATP Vienna Open. | GALLERY: Sundowns claim CAF CL glory

Mamelodi Sundowns were crowned champions of Africa after defeating Zamalek. Here are the moments leading up to 'Downs CAF glory. | Sundowns deserve their place among Africa's elite

Good planning and huge investment has paid dividends for mining mogul Patrice Motsepe and new African champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, writes S’Busiso Mseleku. | Proteas women collapse to defeat in Paarl

A dominant batting performance by New Zealand saw them set up a victory over the Proteas in the final ODI at Boland Park on Monday. | Fitting to triumph in Egypt - Pitso

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane said on Monday that there was no more fitting place to win the CAF Champions League than Egypt. | Mitchell Johnson lifts the lid on KP clash

Former Australia quick Mitchell Johnson has finally revealed some of the details of his pre-Ashes Test bust-up with former England skipper Kevin Pietersen. | Conte denies humiliating Jose

Antonio Conte has denied Jose Mourinho's claims he tried to humiliate his counterpart at the end of Chelsea's 4-0 humbling of Man United. | Ox prepared to wait his turn

Free State Cheetahs prop Ox Nche says he is disappointed at his omission from the Springbok squad, but he will be patient. | 'Calm' Nishikori makes emphatic Basel start

Asia's best player Kei Nishikori played with zen-like calm to begin the Swiss Indoors on Monday with a win over Dusan Lajovic in Basel. | Ferguson: Ronaldo is self made

Sir Alex Ferguson said that Cristiano Ronaldo is a self-made man, when accepting an accolade for outstanding work in football. | Schmidt commits to Ireland until 2019 RWC

Joe Schmidt has committed his future as Ireland head coach until the end of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. | De Kock plays down pink ball effect

Protea wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has played down the effect of the pink ball used for day/night Test cricket.


England forward Itoje out of autumn Tests with broken hand

England forward Maro Itoje needs surgery on a broken hand, adding to coach Eddie Jones' injury problems at open-side flanker.

Vardy & Mahrez on 30-man Ballon d'Or shortlist

Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez, Gareth Bale, Sergio Aguero and Zlatan Ibrahimovic feature on the shortlist for the award for the world's best player.

Injured Klitschko will not fight Joshua in 2016

A fight between Britain's IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko will not happen before 2017.

England must improve or face India whitewash - Vaughan

England will be "blown away" in next month's Test series in India if they do not improve with the bat, says former captain Michael Vaughan.

Nico Rosberg to 'keep it simple' in Formula 1 title race

Nico Rosberg vows to "keep it simple" over the final three grands prix of the season as he closes on the Formula 1 World Championship.

No evidence of corruption in 2017 Worlds bidding - IAAF

The IAAF finds no evidence to support claims of corruption in the 2017 Athletics World Championships bid process.

Ronnie O'Sullivan says he is 'not good enough' to compete with world's best

Five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan says he is "not good enough to compete with the best players in the world".

Tie Break Tens: How Andy Murray missed out on $250,000

Andy Murray loses his second consecutive Tie Break Tens final to miss out on $250,000 after being beaten by Dominic Thiem in Austria.

Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver brings up his half-century of wins

How Britain's Lewis Hamilton has become only the third Formula 1 driver to achieve 50 race victories.

NFL: Dolphins' Jay Ajayi's 53-yard gain against Buffalo Bills

British Miami Dolphins star Jay Ajayi makes a "huge, huge play" with this 53-yard gain against the Buffalo Bills.

EFL Cup: West Ham v Chelsea tie to see enhanced security at London Stadium

There will be enhanced security checks and an alcohol ban when West Ham meet Chelsea in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

North & Roberts clear to play for Wales v Australia

Wales will have England-based George North and Jamie Roberts available to face Australia after a "one-off" change of policy by Premiership Rugby.

Sissoko faces three-game ban as Spurs accept charge

Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko will miss three games including a trip to Arsenal as a result of an elbow on Bournemouth's Harry Arter.

FA signs '£1bn' broadcast deal for FA Cup

The Football Association agrees a new six-season overseas broadcast rights deal for the FA Cup - reportedly worth £1bn - from 2018-19.

Chicago Cubs' 'Billy Goat Curse': Cubs to face Cleveland Indians in World Series

Has the 'Curse of the Billy Goat' been broken after the Chicago Cubs reach baseball's World Series for the first time since 1945?

Juan Martin del Potro wins Stockholm Open for first ATP title since 2014

Juan Martin del Potro moves back into the world's top 50 after winning his first ATP title in almost three years in Stockholm.

SFA 'did not discuss' Scotland boss Strachan's position

The SFA's Stewart Regan says it is "disrespectful" to discuss national manager Gordon Strachan's position so early in a qualifying campaign.

Anthony Ogogo: British middleweight suffers another injury setback

British middleweight Anthony Ogogo will take time out of boxing to seek advice on a "serious" eye injury.

Epsom Derby winner Harzand is retired to stud

The Epsom and Irish Derby winner Harzand is retired to be a stallion at his owner Aga Khan's Gilltown Stud in County Kildare.

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Match of the Day 3: How has Antonio Conte changed Chelsea's system

Phil Neville explains how Antonio Conte has changed Chelsea's system to a back three with wing backs and let Eden Hazard flourish in a free role.

Liverpool v Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino laments Spurs absences

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says their next few games will be "difficult" following the suspension of Moussa Sissoko.

Bangladesh v England: Alastair Cook hails 'X-factor' Ben Stokes

Captain Alastair Cook says Ben Stokes is an "X-factor player" after the all-rounder inspired England to a 22-run win over Bangladesh in the first Test in Chittagong.

NFL in London: New York Giants beat Los Angeles Rams 17-10 at Twickenham

The New York Giants overcome the Los Angeles Rams 17-10, giving them victory in the first NFL match to be played at Twickenham Stadium.

Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United: Red Devils paid for mistakes - Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says his side paid for their mistakes, but did not deserve to lose 4-0 to Chelsea on the Portuguese's return to Stamford Bridge.

Manchester City 1-1 Southampton: We need to analyse - Pep Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says his side need to "analyse the situation" after their draw against Southampton sees City go five games without a win.

Chelsea 4-0 Man United: Conte says players' commitment is paying off

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte compliments his players on the commitment they show in training as they romped to a 4-0 victory over Manchester United.

Great South Run 2016: Chris Thompson beats Andy Vernon

Tirunesh Dibaba and Chris Thompson win the Great South Run in Portsmouth.

MOTD2 analysis: Why it is too early to write Man Utd off

Chelsea's improved form shows how Manchester United's title hopes are not over yet, says Match of the Day 2 pundit Phil Neville.

Premier League stats: Which player has gone 1,241 days without starting in a win?

One player's miserable winless run in the Premier League continues - we take a look at the best Premier League stats from the weekend.

How Murray could be world number one on 7 November

Andy Murray could be 13 days away from claiming a career milestone if he reaches world number one, cementing another part of his tennis legacy.

World Series 2016: Chicago Cubs aim to end century of hurt against Cleveland Indians

The Chicago Cubs will be hoping to end the most infamous run of failure in US sport when they face the Cleveland Indians in baseball's World Series.

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes the Test series between Bangladesh and England and the Rugby League Four Nations.

Who is your BBC Young Sports Personality of 2016?

Who will succeed gymnast Ellie Downie? Send in your nominations for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.

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