ABSA Currie Cup 2015
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Sri Lanka cruised to victory over England on Sunday powered by tons from Kumar Sangakkara and opener Lahiru Thirimanne.
The Stormers hung on for dear life to make it three wins on the trot in the 2015 Super Rugby season.
Glenn Murray scored twice and was sent off as resurgent Crystal Palace registered a 3-1 Premier League win against a toothless West Ham United.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni dealt a huge blow to cricket's non-Test nations when he warned that his world champions have no plans to play regular fixtures against them.
Football's rule-making body, the International Football Association Board, rejected the idea of a fourth substitution in extra time.
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq is looking for a first victory of the campaign when Pakistan take on Zimbabwe in their third World Cup match.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says his expensively assembled squad has not challenged for the Premier League title this season because they do not have a prolific striker.
The ACT Brumbies held on to beat the Rebels in an all-Australian Super Rugby derby.
India's World Cup confidence continued to climb as they thrashed the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets in their Pool B match.
AB De Villiers wasn’t feeling well yesterday. Laid low by a bout of gastroenteritis, there were doubts whether he’d even play.
Coach Stephen Keshi has said that a new deal offered to him by Nigeria Football Federation amounted to a "slave contract".
Springbok flyhaves Handré Pollard and Patrick Lambie will hold the power when the Bulls tackle the Sharks at Loftus in their Super Rugby derby.
Brendan Rodgers believes Liverpool’s young players have proven they will be able to handle life without Steven Gerrard.
India were on course for a third win in three World Cup matches when they bowled out the amateurs of the UAE for just 102.
The Waikato Chiefs scored five tries as they demolished the Canterbury Crusaders in their Super Rugby encounter.
Australia captain Michael Clarke attributed an over-emphasis on attack as the reason behind his team's poor batting performance against New Zealand.