Training tips from a nine-time Comrades winner.
Training tips from the nine-time Comrades winner.
You see, taken into account that we actually qualifying for something we’re not hosting is honourable indeed, but definitely not worth celebrating like we won something.
Swys de Bruin and co need to stop their unbalanced view on the game before it’s too late.
They’ve spat at the principles that made them the No 1 Test-playing nation previously.
Matfield reportedly wants to iron out some details from other employers before being appointed, suggesting he’s not fully invested in coaching.

Columnists AB is trying way too hard in the Mzansi Super League

The Proteas legend hasn’t lit up the league he’s supposed to carry because he’s playing too many weird shots.

Columnists Banyana Banyana saving the face of SA soccer

We can’t do anything other than expect Bafana to be an embarrassment, but at least our other national side (and probably main one) go a long way in soothing our pain.

Columnists Why Willie and Faf are overrated Springboks

Rassie Erasmus has actually worked wonders in making two such fundamentally flawed players the cornerstones of his national team.

Columnists Refs should also get fried for their mistakes

Players and coaches perform poorly in front of the world and they get chopped. But refs? Hardly ever.

Columnists Rugby around the world is becoming ‘boring’ again

And that’s potentially bad news for the Lions, South Africa’s flag-bearers for four years…

Columnists Bout between SABC and Safa hard to watch

Broadcasting a sports event isn’t sticking your smart phone out the car window and pressing record.

Columnists The tragedy of Wayne Parnell’s failed Proteas career

To put that into perspective, consider that the man who started his career with the SA quick is now Indian captain and the No 1 batter in the world…

Columnists Serena meltdown debate veers off course

When you enter the court you are obliged to follow the rules set out, with the umpire being put in charge to make sure they are adhered to.

Columnists Why is Bok Jedi Marx on bench?

In Test rugby, Jedis rely too much on their superpowers … and need to learn that to be a capable soldier is a better bet at this level.

Columnists This Aphiwe fellow is definitely a keeper

Watching the Springbok winger’s remarkable rise to stardom this season, one can only sum him up in a very unique Afrikaans way.

Columnists Yes, the reality is that Pollard gets off easier than Jantjies

But the debate becomes interesting when the playing ability of the two Springbok flyhalves is compared.

Columnists The Lions won’t win trophies until they change

The successful blueprint they’ve been following over the last five years is exactly what will keep making them bridesmaids.

Columnists Swys moves out of Ackermann’s shadow

It was a slog but the Lions coach has proven his worth in 2018, even if there were some fortunate circumstances.

Columnists Wanna solve the Elton riddle? Stop making him a Bok

Maybe the Lions pivot doesn’t quite have the extra oomph to be an international player. That hardly makes him a bad player though…

 

 

 

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