20.9.2018 10:45 am
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…
Some 10½ years ago, two teams lined up for the biggest prize in age-group cricket at the ICC Under-19 World Cup.
Maybe the Lions pivot doesn’t quite have the extra oomph to be an international player. That hardly makes him a bad player though…
For far too long the Lions have been too obsessed with wowing the crowd with spectacular tries and refusing to back down from their approach.
Galle International Stadium is one book you shouldn’t judge by its cover.
The enigma that is African football has once again failed to capture the imagination at the World Cup.
The Proteas would do well to stop fussing over who should replace AB de Villiers and rather concentrating on keeping Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander fit for next year’s showpiece.
The seven black African starters in Saturday’s first Test against England isn’t window-dressing of any shape and form. The stats prove it.
What complete and utter nonsense, this sudden continental brotherhood thing.
It might not be all that useful to debate who should replace the recently retired legend for the World Cup because there’s a certain enigma still present.
Rassie Erasmus names his first Springbok squad this weekend and there’s one guy he HAS to make captain.
No-one disputes that he might have a valid grievance but was the walkout necessary?
Some of Winston Churchill’s wisdom certainly applies to South Africa’s current Super Rugby campaign.
The world of sport is fairly populated with its own versions of Titanic-like bravado.
It wasn’t the size of Patrick Reed’s driver that won him the green jacket, nor was it the windtunnel profile of his glove or the midsole support of his shoes that did the trick.