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NEWS24 SPORT | Sharks’ five-try blitz sees off Griquas in Durban

The Sharks began their preparation series on the best foot with a five-try 35-10 win over a tough Griquas at Kings Park on Sunday, restricting their visitors to no points in the second half. | Lions claim T20 Challenge title after downing Dolphins

The Lions are the CSA T20 champions after they beat the Dolphins by four wickets in a closely fought contest at Kingsmead in Durban. | Carnage as Bulls maul hopeless EP Elephants

Jake White's domestic double champions ruthlessly exposed the men from the Eastern Cape in a 87-10 demolition at Loftus on Sunday. | Barnes ruled out for 6 weeks in latest injury blow for Leicester

Leicester's challenge to qualify for next season's Champions League suffered another major injury blow with news Harvey Barnes is set to miss six weeks due to knee surgery. | Bale stars for Spurs, Arsenal hit back to beat Leicester,

Arsenal delivered a hammer blow to Leicester's faint hopes of winning the Premier League with an impressive fightback to win 3-1 on Sunday. | Rainbow Cup: Chances of SA teams playing games at home look slim

South African teams taking part in the Rainbow Cup later this year could find themselves based in either Dublin, Dubai or perhaps London for the competition. | WRAP | Nedbank Cup - Round of 16

A comprehensive wrap of all the kick-off times, results and match reports for this weekend's Nedbank Cup Round of 16 fixtures: | WRAP | Premier League

A comprehensive wrap of all the kick-off times, results and match reports for this weekend's English Premiership. | Sri Lanka gets Tom Moody to revive cricket

Sri Lanka's cricket board announced it had appointed former coach Tom Moody as a consultant tasked with reviving the game and rebuilding the lowly-ranked national team. | Qatar Open gets underway despite absences, Covid threat

World number one Ashleigh Barty and Sofia Kenin take top billing at the Qatar Open which starts Monday under strict Covid-19 safety protocols and without Simona Halep. | Sharks appoint top-rated fitness guru

The Sharks have confirmed the appointment of Alan Temple-Jones as their new athletic performance manager. | 'Dog won't eat': England coach Eddie Jones bites tongue over referee after Wales loss

England coach Eddie Jones tried to make his frustration clear while refusing to criticise referee Pascal Gauzere following the reigning Six Nations champions' loss to Wales. | Spinner Ravi Ashwin blasts those who criticise Indian pitches

India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has launched another staunch defence of the pitches used in the current Test series against England. | Hunt: The playing fields are level

Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt is looking forward to a strong performance from his side in their CAF Champions League group stage clash against Wydad AC. | Khune: We are ready both mentally, physically CAF Champions League challenge againt Wydad AC

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune knows his side won't have it easy in their CAF Champions League clash with Wydad AC on Sunday. | Proteas women squad named for tour of India

CSA have named a squad of 17 for their upcoming series against India, an away tour that will see the Proteas women play five one-day and three Twenty20 internationals. | SA's Smith predicts 'eight years' before Italy can match rivals after 30th straight Six Nations loss

Coach Franco Smith predicted it could take eight years for the young Italy side he is building to be able to compete at the highest level in rugby. | Under-pressure 'Tahs coach ready to stand down if asked

Waratahs coach Rob Penney said his team are "shattered" and he is prepared to stand down if it is decided he is not the right man to lead the side. | Morikawa leads WGC-Workday by two over Koepka, Horschel

World number six Collin Morikawa fired eight birdies in a five-under-par 67 on Saturday to hold a two-shot lead at the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship. | Aussie selector insists under-fire Finch will be Australia T20 World Cup captain

Selector George Bailey Sunday insisted under-fire Aaron Finch would be Australia's skipper at this year's Twenty20 World Cup.


Livingston 0-1 St Johnstone: Scottish League Cup clinched for first time by Perth side

St Johnstone lift the Scottish League Cup for the first time as Shaun Rooney's first-half header is enough to edge out Livingston.

Glenn Roeder: Former West Ham and Newcastle manager dies aged 65

Former Watford, West Ham, Newcastle and Norwich manager Glenn Roeder dies aged 65, says the League Managers Association.

Wales v England: Eddie Jones will not complain to World Rugby about refereeing

England will not make an official complaint to World Rugby over the refereeing in Saturday's 40-24 defeat against Wales.

BBC condemns online abuse of Six Nations reporter Sonja McLaughlan

Online abuse sent to reporter Sonja McLaughlan after the live broadcast of Wales' Six Nations win over England is strongly condemned by the BBC.

Tottenham 4-0 Burnley: Gareth Bale, Harry Kane and Lucas Moura score for Spurs

Gareth Bale scores twice and makes another as Tottenham cruise to an easy Premier League win over Burnley.

Crystal Palace 0-0 Fulham: Crystal Palace hold Fulham to goalless draw

Watch highlights of Crystal Palace's goalless draw against Fulham in the Premier League at Selhurst Park.

Six Nations: Wales 40-24 highlights

Wales secure the Triple Crown and keep their Grand Slam hopes alive with a thrilling and controversial 40-24 win over England at the Principality Stadium.

Birmingham City 0-4 Manchester City: Title chasers close in on WSL leaders Chelsea with eighth straight win

Manchester City move within two points of the Women's Super League summit with a dominant win at Birmingham.

Leicester 1-3 Arsenal: Gunners going in right direction - Mikel Arteta

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says his side are "taking a direction I like" after an impressive comeback victory at high-flying Leicester.

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez will fight Billy Joe Saunders in May

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez beat Avni Yildirim to set up a world title unification fight with Britain's Billy Joe Saunders on 8 May.

England in New Zealand: Tourists thrashed by seven wickets in final ODI

Amy Satterthwaite's superb unbeaten century leads New Zealand to an easy seven-wicket win over England in the final one-day international in Dunedin.

Gary Lineker on Lewis Dunk's disallowed free-kick for Brighton against West Brom

Gary Lineker says he has "never seen anything like" referee Lee Mason's decision to disallow, then allow, then disallow again Lewis Dunk's quickly-taken free kick for Brighton against West Brom.

Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Burnley: 'Spurs need Bale' - Mourinho praises forward in Burnley win

Tottenham Hotspur Jose Mourinho praises Welsh forward Gareth Bale after he scored twice and made another goal in their 4-0 win over Burnley.

WSL Highlights: Sam Mewis grabs brace as Man City thrash Birmingham City 4-0

Watch highlights as Manchester City move within two points of the Women's Super League summit with a dominant win at Birmingham.

WSL highlights: Tottenham Hotspur 2-3 Everton

Watch highlights as Jill Scott's winner sees Everton recover from losing a two-goal lead to beat Tottenham 3-2 in an exciting WSL clash.

Women's Super League highlights: Aston Villa Women 0-4 Arsenal Women

Watch the highlights as Arsenal score four second-half goals to beat Aston Villa and record their first Women's Super League victory in four matches.

Wales v England: 'Appalling refereeing' Martin Johnson, Sam Warburton & Jeremy Guscott on Josh Adams try

Martin Johnson says "appalling refereeing" allowed Wales to score their first try against England at the Principality Stadium.

Sam Bird wins Diriyah E-prix in Saudi Arabia

Watch highlights as British driver Sam Bird wins round two of Formula E season in Saudi Arabia, his first with new team Jaguar.

Six Nations 2021: Wales v England - Dan Biggar's quick penalty puts Josh Adams in for the first try

Dan Biggar and Josh Adams combine to give Wales the first try of the match as they catch England napping from a set piece.

Six Nations 2021: Kieran Hardy darts in to put Wales in command against England

Kieran Hardy catches England napping at a set piece again to score a crucial try for Wales during an emphatic 40-24 victory.

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