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Two new Blue Jays on the Horizon

Bulls 23 – Sharks 19 Heyneke Meyer will no doubt be very happy about a new “problem” which emerged from Saturday’s big tussle. The two Blue Jays in the Bulls side, Jacques du Plessis and Jacques-Louis Potgieter will certainly ask questions of their counterparts in the Bok side. While the established loose forwards in the […]

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Super 15 Predictions a Tough Call

T20 World Cup To join us in the fun prediction pool, please go to the Moonstone pool Tref & Trap. The pool code cedeveil, and the tournament is called World T20. Cheetahs vs Blues The opening SA match of the weekend sees the Blues, freshly home from their African excursion, host a Cheetahs side desperate […]

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Cricket Gods Abandon Proteas

How dramatic was that last hour! With only four overs to go, two fatal stabs by a limping Harris delivered the coup de grãce. The Proteas, in the past, managed to survive and “hang-on” in so many tests that the cricket gods were bound to turn their backs on them at some stage. A pity […]

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A Lone Shark

The title of an article on Supersport reads: “Looks like Sharks will stand alone”, and possibly reflects the views of most South African fans at this stage of the Super 15 Competition. The Bulls have taken massive strides in regaining their mojo by selecting Jaques-Louis Potgieter, who was able to take command in the way […]

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The Johnson Jinx

Mitchell Johnson appears to reserve his best for South Africans. His career best of 12 wickets for 127 runs in the first test at Centurion eclipsed his previous best figures of 11 for 159 in Sydney, also against South Africa. Ek was werklik teleurgesteld in ons kolwers se onvermoë om Johnson te hanteer. Na die […]

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Bad Liver and a Broken Heart

On Sunday morning I could not make up my mind about which song best summed up my situation: Bad liver and a broken heart by Tom Waits, or Sunday morning coming down by Kris Kristofferson. Well, I got a bad liver and a broken heart/Yeah, I drunk me a river since you tore me apart/ […]

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Bok-Bok Staan Styf

Ek weet nie hoeveel van my Engelse maatjies hierdie speletjie as kind geken het nie, maar ek glo steeds dit is die hoofoorsaak van my rugprobleme. Dit is egter nou die Bokke se voorland in die Rugby Kampioenskapstoernooi. The team best able to adjust to the new scrum rules will have a major advantage over […]

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2013 Currie Cup Outlook

In the good old days, when we were out of international rugby, the Currie Cup was the one competition which allowed us to express our affection for the game. Provincialism was not frowned upon then – it was akin to national pride. Having your neighbour support the arch enemy was akin to treason, unlike today, […]

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Halfway to Paradise

Carol King co-wrote a song with this title made famous by Billy Fury: I want to be your lover But your friend is all I’ve stayed I’m only halfway to paradise So near, yet so far away This must be what both the Cheetahs and the Bulls are singing after being “White” washed by Jake […]

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Worrying times

A much improved bowling and fielding performance by the Proteas in the 2nd one day international was not enough to secure victory. They fell 17 runs short in the rain affected, Duckworth-Lewis influenced result. Much has been written in Sri Lanka about the ineffectiveness of our spinners – even the Sri Lankan part timer, Dilshan, […]

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