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Spieth shares lead in Sydney

Jordan Spieth shared a one-stroke lead with Greg Chalmers and Brett Rumford at the Australian Open.

Murray defends coach Mauresmo

Andy Murray has defended coach Amelie Mauresmo after Tim Henman began questioning their partnership.

Australia in deep mourning - Clarke

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke said the team is in deep pain at the death of Phillip Hughes.

Roberts ready to run hard at Boks

Wales centre Jamie Roberts is ready to take on the Boks despite being unable to run for days after the All Blacks clash.

Bouncers here to stay

The bouncer, which rears up the pitch towards the batsman's head, has become as much part of cricket as the tea break.

Sundowns, Chiefs confirmed for Caf

The Premier Soccer League has confirmed the participation of Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs in the Confederation of African Football Champions League.

Rodgers joint favourite for the sack

At the start of the season, no one would dare to bet on Brendan Rodgers becoming the EPL first manager to be fired.

Carr enjoys running with big dogs

Nizaam Carr started 2014 on the Stormers bench, but last Saturday earned his first Test cap for the Springboks.

United look for first trophy under Igesund

SuperSport United will look to make it "third-time lucky" the Telkom Knockout final against Platinum Stars in Soweto.

Pele improving but still on dialysis

Football legend Pele's health is improving but he is still receiving an intensive treatment, the hospital treating him said.

What cycling for a purpose really means

The MTN Qhubeka team is riding for the people of Blikkiesdorp, a place where nothing grows without a fight, writes Kevin McCallum.

Swedish national champ joins SA team

SA’s first ever UCI trade team, Kargo Pro MTB have signed Swedish professional mountain biker Emil Lindgren.

United's Shaw is out for six weeks

Man United have suffered yet another injury setback after learning that Luke Shaw could be out for between four and six weeks.

McIlroy to cut out 'bad stuff'

Rory McIlroy said all he needed to do was cut the “bad stuff” out of his game for a really low score at the Australian Open.

Keane and Aston Villa part ways

Roy Keane has stepped down as assistant manager of Aston Villa to focus on his duties with the Ireland national team.

‘Don’t outlaw the bouncer’

SA bowling legend Allan Donald hopes cricket bosses don’t take the bouncer away from bowlers, says Stuart Hess.

Boks to slay Welsh Dragon ... again

There is no reason for the Boks to fear the Welsh, even without a few experienced campaigners, says Ashfak Mohamed.

Pursuers waiting for Chiefs to stumble

If log-leaders Kaizer Chiefs are going to be reeled in, then the challengers must use the month of December to strike.

Gayle, de Kock join forces for Lions

Adding spice to the home stretch of the Ram Slam, Proteas players will return to action in a triple-header in Bloem.

Mourinho in search of Sunderland revenge

Jose Mourinho will attempt to overturn a landmark defeat when Premier League leaders Chelsea visit Sunderland.

NEWS24 SPORT | Cricket Australia delay first Test

Cricket Australia has announced that the first Test match between Australia and India will not start as scheduled. | CA to retire Hughes' number

Michael Clarke has confirmed that Cricket Australia has agreed to retire Phil Hughes's one-day international number. | Hughes funeral on December 3

The Hughes family has confirmed funeral arrangements for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes according to Cricket Australia. | Captaincy is no easy job - Oupa

Midfielder Oupa 'Ace' Manyisa says that being captain of a club like Orlando Pirates carries great responsibility. | LIVE: SuperSport United v Platinum Stars

LIVE scoring and interactive commentary from the Telkom Knockout final between SuperSport United and Platinum Stars. | McIlroy survives mid-round collapse

Rory McIlroy suffered a spectacular two-hole meltdown in the third round of the Australian Open on Saturday. | Springboks up for last hurrah

South Africa need no extra motivation to raise themselves for their season-ending Test against Wales, says skipper Jean de Villiers. | Four SA CAF teams confirmed

CAF) has confirmed, through SAFA, the names of the South African clubs participating in next year’s continental tournaments. | Skip Brisbane test - Ponting

Ricky Ponting does not think it would be right for the first test against India in Brisbane next week to go ahead. | Australia in 'deep pain' - Clarke

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke the team were in deep pain at the death of batsmen Phillip Hughes. | Bookies back Boks to edge Wales

The Springboks will beat Wales in a tight encounter at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, if bookmakers are to be believed. | Oz cricketers need time

Cricketers at the elite level will need time to process the death of Phil Hughes before they are able to play again. | England not fazed by criticism

England flanker Tom Wood is adamant that his teammates are determined not to be affected by mounting criticism. | Burgess: Monkey off my back

Rugby league star Sam Burgess made his much-anticipated union debut for Bath in a comprehensive victory over Harlequins. | Murray defends Mauresmo

Andy Murray has defended coach Amelie Mauresmo after former British number one Tim Henman recent criticism. | Spieth tied for the lead

Jordan Spieth shot a 69 to move into a three-way share of the lead at the Australian Open after Saturday's third round. | Van Persie low on confidence

Louis van Gaal admits striker Robin van Persie is struggling for confidence after a bad performance against Arsenal. | NZ discussed calling off Sharjah test

The New Zealand team struggled to cope with the death of Australia's Phillip Hughes and discussed calling the match off. | Cobras trounce Warriors

The Cape Cobras have produced a consummate all-round performance to crush the Warriors at St George's Park. | Wladimir sues doper

Wladimir Klitschko's promotion agency has filed a lawsuit against Kubrat Pulev relating to doping allegations.

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