Home Page

Sport Directory

Content Partners

Make Contact

Main Headlines

IOL section feed for Sport

NEWS24 SPORT | Mzwandile Stick recalls 2009 Lions Tour: We just could not say no

Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick describes facing the British & Irish Lions as one of the best days of his playing career. | No break needed! Gavin Hunt wants new coaching job immediately after TTM takes over Wits

Well-renowned South African coach Gavin Hunt hopes to land a new gig immediately after vacating his post at Bidvest Wits when the 2019/20 season concludes. | Ben Stokes gives England hope in first Test after Yasir Shah shines for Pakistan

Ben Stokes took two late wickets to help drag England back into the first Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford. | EXCLUSIVE | Bulls loosie Tim Agaba chats to Sport24

In an exclusive interview, Bulls loose-forward Tim Agaba talks about wanting to impress Jake White and reveals his admiration for boxer Mike Tyson. | Australia to stage delayed T20 World Cup in 2022

The 2020 edition of the T20 World Cup - postponed by the coronavirus - will be staged by Australia in 2022, the ICC announced. | Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens to skip US Open over virus concerns

Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens, both ranked in the women's top 10, withdrew from the US Open, joining other senior players in pulling out. | Fabio Quartararo makes late charge for fastest Czech MotoGP practice time

Championship leader Fabio Quartararo controlled his rising frustration to record the fastest time on the first day of practice for the Czech MotoGP. | Lucas Radebe: Kaizer Chiefs need this title more than anyone else

Former Bafana Bafana captain Lucas Radebe says Kaizer Chiefs will be tested in their chase for the Absa Premiership title. | Bayern boss Hansi Flick mulls starting Philippe Coutinho or Ivan Perisic against Chelsea

Either Ivan Perisic or Philippe Coutinho is set to start for Bayern Munich in Saturday's Champions League clash against injury-hit Chelsea. | Ineos and Jumbo exchange blows at Tour de l'Ain

Two of cycling's heavyweight teams clashed for the first time since racing resumed as Egan Bernal matched a series of attacks by Primoz Roglic. | Proteas women's star Laura Wolvaardt to play for the Adelaide Strikers

Proteas women's star Laura Wolvaardt has signed a deal to represent Adelaide Strikers in this season's Women's Big Bash League. | Richard Kohler set for solo 'Ocean X' kayak from Cape Town to Brazil

After becoming the first and only person to paddle the entire circumference of the South African coastline, Richard Kohler is training for his next odyssey. | PSL boss Irvin Khoza confirms start date for 2020/21 season, transfer window

The Premier Soccer League chairperson Irvin Khoza has confirmed the starting date of the new 2020/21 season. | Warren Gatland mulls Chiefs freebie if Lions tour to SA is cancelled

Warren Gatland would be prepared to coach the Chiefs for free next year if Covid-19 forced the cancellation of the British and Irish Lions' tour to South Africa. | How PSL coaches feel about the bio-bubble: 'You just get paranoid!'

From Dobsonville Stadium to players' mental health, Baroka FC coach Dylan Kerr and Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Pitso Mosimane share their feelings about the bio-bubble. | Manuel Neuer wants Bayern Munich to keep Liverpool target Thiago Alcantara

Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer says he hopes they can convince Liverpool target Thiago Alcantara to stay beyond Champions League. | England's white-ball tour to India postponed over virus

England's upcoming white-ball tour to India has been postponed due to disruption caused by coronavirus, cricket chiefs announced. | Northerns president warns fellow Cricket SA board members: 'We are 1 scandal away from losing control'

The state of Cricket SA has prompted one of its board members, Northerns president Tebogo Siko to write to the board calling for the organisation to clean up its act. | Rebels inflict first Super Rugby AU defeat on Brumbies

The Melbourne Rebels have outplayed the Brumbies in their Super Rugby AU clash in Sydney. | Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen out of coma after horro crash

Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen has awoken from a medically-induced coma following a horrific crash in the Tour of Poland and is now in "good" condition, race organisers said.


England v Pakistan: Ben Stokes inspires home fightback

England are clinging on in the first Test against Pakistan after Ben Stokes-led fightback on a fluctuating third day at Emirates Old Trafford.

Lewis Hamilton tops 70th Anniversary Grand Prix practice

Lewis Hamilton heads team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes dominated second practice at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.

Fire at Rose Ladies Series at Wentworth means Saturday finish

The final of the Rose Ladies Series will conclude on Saturday morning after play is suspended on Friday as a large fire breaks out at Wentworth.

England v Pakistan: Ben Stokes removes Mohammad Rizwan

Ben Stokes, who had not bowled in the first Test against Pakistan due to injury, traps Mohammad Rizwan with his eighth delivery on day three of the first Test at Old Trafford.

Lionel Messi and Barcelona: Is his time at Nou Camp coming to an end?

BBC Sport examines the relationship between Barcelona and Lionel Messi, who has put contract talks on hold, and is free to walk away from the Nou Camp at the end of the season.

Snooker World Championship: Mark Selby's 'banana shot' explained

Former Snooker world champion Steve Davis explains how Mark Selby produced a 'banana shot' in his match against Noppon Saengkham.

Racing Point fined and docked points for copying elements of Mercedes car

The Racing Point team are docked 15 points and fined for illegally copying parts of last year's Mercedes Formula 1 car.

World Snooker Championship 2020: Williams and Selby progress at the Crucible

Wales' Mark Williams and England's Mark Selby book their places in the World Championship quarter-finals.

Aberdeen coronavirus cases: Nicola Sturgeon criticises players after St Johnstone call-off

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is "pretty furious" with Aberdeen players after their match against St Johnstone is postponed because of positive Covid-19 cases.

Fabio Jakobsen out of coma and in good condition - Tour of Poland

Dutch rider Fabio Jakobsen is out of a coma and in a "good" condition, according to the Tour of Poland organisers.

Amanda Nunes tops UFC 4 rankings, Conor McGregor in 20th

EA Sports has released its fighter rankings for the UFC 4 game - and there are a few surprises among them.

US Open: Elina Svitolina and Kiki Bertens pull out of Grand Slam event

World number five Elina Svitolina and number seven Kiki Bertens are the latest names to pull out of the US Open.

London 2012: Chris Hoy wins sixth gold & best celebration of the Games - relive day 11

Catch up with the best of the action from day 11 of London 2012, including Sir Chris Hoy's heroics in the velodrome as he claims a historic sixth gold medal.

England v Pakistan: Chris Woakes traps Azhar Ali lbw

Chris Woakes traps Azhar Ali lbw for 18 as Pakistan lose a fourth second-innings wicket on day three of the first Test at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan: Ben Stokes takes catch off Chris Woakes to remove Babar Azam out for five

Ben Stokes, who dropped a catch earlier in the afternoon, safely hangs on at second slip to remove Pakistan dangerman Babar Azam on day three of the first Test at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan: Isa Guha explains how to bowl the wobble seam

Former England bowler and BBC Sport presenter Isa Guha explains the technique behind bowling the "wobble seam" - a delivery employed to great effect by Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas.

England v Pakistan: Dom Bess takes Abid Ali wicket for 20

Pakistan fall to 33-2 as Abid Ali plays a "horrendous shot" off the bowling of Dom Bess and Chris Woakes takes a simple catch in the deep on day three of the first Test at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan: Stuart Broad removes Shan Masood for a duck

After making 156 in the first innings, Shan Masood is dismissed by Stuart Broad for a duck in Pakistan's second against England in the first Test at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan: Shadab Khan drops Stuart Broad

Shadab Khan drops simple chance as Stuart Broad survives and Yasir Khan misses out on a five-wicket haul on day three of the first Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan: Asad Shafiq takes diving catch to remove Dom Bess

Asad Shafiq takes a diving catch to remove Dom Bess for one and give Yasir Shah his second wicket of the afternoon session on day three of the first Test at Old Trafford.

England v Pakistan - Naseem Shah removes Ollie Pope for 62

Pakistan teenager Naseem Shah takes his first Test wicket in England as Ollie Pope edges to Shadab Khan, departing for 62, on the second morning of the first Test at Old Trafford.

Terms of Use    |    Privacy Policy    |    © Copyright Surreal