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Nienaber new Boks coach, but Erasmus will have ‘hands-on’ role

Jacques Nienaber was named as the new head coach of World Cup winners the Springboks on Friday, but director of rugby Rassie Erasmus will still have a “hands-on” role, including sitting in the coaches’ box on match day.

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Pepperell takes halfway lead in Dubai

England's Eddie Pepperell tweaked his putting grip and reaped the benefits to lead the Dubai Desert Classic after a second round 67 on Friday.

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Arsenal boss Arteta urges Ceballos to prove his worth

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has urged Dani Ceballos to prove he is worth keeping after the on-loan Real Madrid midfielder was linked with a return to Spain.

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Serena knocked out of Australian Open

Seven-times champion, Serena Williams, suffered a dramatic exit from the Australian Open on Friday, her earliest in 14 years, falling 6-4 6-7(2) 7-5 to China’s Wang Qiang in a stunning third round upset that tore the women’s tournament open.

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Lakmal bowls Sri Lanka to victory over Zimbabwe

Fast bowler, Suranga Lakmal, claimed four scalps to help dismiss Zimbabwe cheaply as Sri Lanka wrapped up a 10-wicket victory on the final day of the first test at the Harare Sports Club on Thursday.

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Du Toit named SA Rugby Player of the Year

Pieter-Steph du Toit has capped off a phenomenal 2019 season by being named the SA Rugby Player of the Year.

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Federer survives 5-set epic at Australian Open

Six-time champion Roger Federer survived an epic five-set marathon to seal his 100th Australian Open win on Friday, fending off a huge challenge from John Millman.

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Wozniacki heads into retirement

A tearful but happy Caroline Wozniacki headed into retirement on Friday after a 7-5 3-6 7-5 third-round defeat at the hands of Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur ended her participation in the Australian Open and her 16-year career.

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SA Rugby crowns du Toit best player

World Cup winning flank, Pieter-Steph du Toit, has been named as South African Rugby Player of the Year, retaining the prize he won last year and adding to his 2019 World Rugby Player of the Year award.

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De Kock promises a street-smart approach for Proteas

South African players can look forward to playing “street-smart” cricket when Quinton de Kock takes over as captain next month.

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