South Africa have long set the benchmark for using driving mauls to grind down opponents but were impressed by the All Blacks' execution of the tactic in their humbling of Australia.
Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba has called for continuity as the Safa ponders his replacement as national under-20 coach.
Colombian striker Radamel Falcao said that he had fulfilled “a dream” after completing a loan move to Manchester United.
Eastern Province Kings coach Carlos Spencer made four changes to his team, in a bid to introduce greater physicality in defence for the Currie Cup match against Western Province.
Former Man United midfielder David Beckham is "sad" to see home-grown striker Danny Welbeck move to Arsenal.
Ian Poulter is primed for the Americans who will be gunning for him in next month's Ryder Cup.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar made an early double strike from which England never truly recovered as they were dismissed for just 206 by India in the fourth one-day international at Edgbaston.
Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger was named the new captain of world champions Germany by manager Joachim Loew.
He is not going to let anyone beat him and he thinks it would be cool to compete against a cheetah, the world's fastest man Usain Bolt said.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley made his three wildcard picks for Gleneagles, selecting Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallacher.
Mitchell Marsh hit a brutal unbeaten 86 as Australia posted 282 for seven in a crucial one-day triangular series game against South Africa.
Bok defence coach John McFarland believes that the Springboks conceded too many turnovers against Argentina.
The Mashaba era begins this week with an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sudan on Friday in Khartoum.
Fomer assistant manager Mike Phelan believes Manchester United have “lost the way a little bit” by offloading homegrown Danny Welbeck to Premier League rivals Arsenal.
Jacques van der Westhuyzen writes that there’s just something about the Currie Cup competition that gets every rugby fan talking.
Australia captain Michael Clarke has dismissed any suggestions he might quit one day cricket after returning home from Zimbabwe tour with a hamstring injury.