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100 days to Women's Rugby World Cup

The Springbok Women will face Australia in their opening pool match of the 2014 IRB Women's Rugby World Cup in Marcoussis in France in 100 days time. Despite being handed a tough draw in Pool C, captain Mandisa Williams says she's confident the team's hard work will pay off.

Mandisa Williams

SA coach aims to grow wheelchair basketball in Africa

National men's wheelchair basketball coach Franck Belen hosted a technical coaching course over the Easter weekend at Mandeville, near Johannesburg, to help grow the game in South Africa. The course was part of a four-year plan to develop and empower coaches on the African continent.


A big-hitting boost for SA, African cricket

In a move that is set to boost cricket on the African continent and kick-start the South African domestic season in style, six teams from Africa and six South African franchises will contest the Global Softech Sixes at SuperSport Park in Centurion in September.


Good draw for SA wheelchair stars

Top seed Stephane Houdet of France heads up the Airports Company South Africa Gauteng Open, with fellow countrymen Leon Els and Patrick Selepe carrying South Africa's hopes in the men's singles. South African top woman KG Montjane has been seeded second for the event.


SA fields strong squad for Junior World Cup

After announcing a team that includes players with Super Rugby and previous IRB Junior World Cup experience, South Africa will be among the favourites to lift the title in New Zealand in June.

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