|Saturday, 26 May 2012|
|Sharks||25 - 20||Stormers||Mr Price Kings Park, Durban||Played|
|Cheetahs||35 - 34||Waratahs||Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein||Played|
|Western Force||17 - 11||Lions||NIB Stadium, Perth||Played|
|Brumbies||12 - 13||Reds||Canberra Stadium, Canberra||Played|
|Blues||20 - 27||Highlanders||Eden Park, Auckland||Played|
|Hurricanes||66 - 24||Melbourne Rebels||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||Played|
|Friday, 25 May 2012|
|Chiefs||28 - 22||Blue Bulls||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton||Played|
|Sunday, 20 May 2012|
|Western Force||31 - 32||Melbourne Rebels||NIB Stadium, Perth||Played|
|Saturday, 19 May 2012|
|Stormers||19 - 13||Waratahs||DHL Newlands Stadium, Cape Town||Played|
|Cheetahs||20 - 34||Sharks||Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein||Played|
|Reds||34 - 20||Lions||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane||Played|
|Crusaders||59 - 12||Blues||AMI Stadium, Christchurch||Played|
|Highlanders||16 - 11||Blue Bulls||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin||Played|
|Friday, 18 May 2012|
|Hurricanes||25 - 37||Brumbies||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||Played|
|Sunday, 13 May 2012|
|Reds||42 - 27||Chiefs||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane||Played|
|Saturday, 12 May 2012|
|Stormers||16 - 14||Cheetahs||DHL Newlands Stadium, Cape Town||Played|
|Sharks||53 - 11||Western Force||Mr Price Kings Park, Durban||Played|
|Melbourne Rebels||28 - 19||Crusaders||AAMI Park, Melbourne||Played|
|Highlanders||20 - 26||Hurricanes||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin||Played|
|Friday, 11 May 2012|
|Waratahs||24 - 27||Blue Bulls||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney||Played|
|Blues||25 - 3||Lions||Eden Park, Auckland||Played|
|Sunday, 6 May 2012|
|Crusaders||15 - 11||Reds||AMI Stadium, Christchurch||Played|
|Saturday, 5 May 2012|
|Cheetahs||17 - 13||Western Force||Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein||Played|
|Sharks||28 - 16||Highlanders||Mr Price Kings Park, Durban||Played|
|Brumbies||23 - 6||Waratahs||Canberra Stadium, Canberra||Played|
|Chiefs||34 - 21||Lions||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton||Played|
|Friday, 4 May 2012|
|Melbourne Rebels||35 - 41||Blue Bulls||AAMI Park, Melbourne||Played|
|Hurricanes||35 - 19||Blues||Westpac Stadium, Wellington||Played|
Ahead of the group-stage draw for the 2014 World Cup finals, we cast a glance over all 32 qualified nations.
Unflappable. A man in touch with, and admired by, his team. That is Indian cricket captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Four-time Major winner Ernie Els will headline a star-studded field at the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions at the Durban Country Club.
Cape Town Marathon 2013 champion Lindikaya Mthangayi could be stripped of his title after testing positive for a banned steroid.
All eyes will be on Bahia, Brazil on Friday, and the draw for the 2014 World Cup finals.
Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov will consider moving away from the struggling Premier League club in the January transfer window.
Despite India being the top ranked ODI side, Proteas captain AB de Villiers says his team are by no means underdogs.
Knights' coach Sarel Cilliers is determined to get their domestic four-day cricket campaign moving this week when they host the log-leading Highveld Lions in Kimberley.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says that he would be interested in coaching the British and Irish Lions for a second time when they tour his native New Zealand in 2017.
Pakistan paceman Mohammad Irfan has been advised to take six weeks' rest after fracturing his hip, making him doubtful for the series against Sri Lanka.
Proteas coach Russell Domingo says his charges are heading in the right direction, having won five of their last eight ODIs.
Having lost in two finals already, Orlando Pirates will be hoping to avoid more heartbreak in the Telkom Knockout final.
Clive Barker believes Mbulelo Mabizela's star could yet be resuscitated to become one of South Africa's best.
Following an injury-plagued year, Louis Oosthuizen has targeted success at the Nedbank Challenge as the perfect tonic.
Springbok lock Franco van der Merwe was named the 2013 Player of the Year at the annual Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU) awards.
Zaahier Adams says that India shouldn't be given an easy ride by local fans on of their shortened tour to South Africa.
Fifa chief Sepp Blatter insisted preparations for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil were on track despite construction delays and a deadly accident.
Robin van Persie could return from injury for Manchester United's Premier League game with Everton on Wednesday, manager David Moyes said.
Skipper Michael Clarke said Wednesday he is fit to play in the second Ashes Test against England, announcing an unchanged Australian team after the home side's huge win in the series opener.