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Never Fear when Amla is Near

It is good to know that something good can also come from a school like Durban High School. I am talking of course of Hashim Amla, and cannot wait for the response from the DHS old boys, especially the one or two hooligans I know.Enjoy the read, and share you thoughts with us. Kind regards […]

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Mixed Fortunes in Super 15 and Cricket Disappoints

Gareth Anscombe This is the first Super season after a World Cup year, and it is exciting to see so much new talent coming to the fore, both here and overseas. The Bulls will testify to this, given 20-year old Gareth Anscombe’s sterling performance against them. The Lions, too, have some very promising youngsters who […]

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Hostile Proteas Evens Contest

On day 2 of the 1st test against the Black caps the Proteas managed to regain most of the lost ground conceded during day 1 with what can only be described as a display of the highest quality swing bowling and aggressive short pitched bowling the Kiwi’s would have experienced in quite a while. The […]

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Rugby Colours & Onto the real deal

I could not help thinking of Donavan’s memorable song “Colours” when contemplating this column. While the Bulls hogged the lime(?)light for obvious reasons, a few other factors related to hues also raised some eyebrows, and some cards. Was Hougaard’s red card justified? With my limited knowledge, perhaps the new white card would have been more […]

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Super Rugby & African balance restored…

Super Rugby Round 2 – Will some Fallacies be Exposed? by Paul Despite rigorous pre-season training, the walking wounded, after the warm-up matches and last week’s first round bouts, must delight the medical profession far more than it does rugby fans. Stormers Vs Sharks The contest between the centres, and particularly JP Pietersen and Juan […]

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Die dag toe Heyneke vir Julius van die voorblad gevee het

deur Paul. Daar sal nie te veel mense wees wat trane stort oor die feit dat die aankondiging van die nuwe Springbok-afrigter saamgeval het met die skop onder die jis vir iemand wat duidelik nie How to win friends and influence people geskryf of gelees het nie. Julius het waarskynlik eerder Mein Kampf tydens houtwerk klasse […]

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Proteas firmly in control and Indians disappoint!

Pitched online by Bobby East London proved a much sterner test for AB de Villiers and his men as they won the second ODI against Sri Lanka. On a slow wicket which required a lot of patience, the Sri Lankans gave a much better account of themselves but they will still be seriously concerned as […]

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SA versus Sri Lanka: A series of value

Bobby’s Bouncers Originally we thought that the series against Sri Lanka might be a bit of a doddle and we questioned the value of such a series in terms of preparation for the upcoming season. Well I think it’s fair to say the series win was achieved as we assumed it would be, but the […]

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All set for the 1-Day Cup Final

 Pitched online by Bobby It’s not often that the Newlands faithful are able to see a host of Proteas players at domestic prices. This should contribute to a sold-out crowd at Newlands for tomorrow’s final. The new domestic format which is closer to the 50-over international format has definitely benefited South African domestic cricket, but […]

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