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Abysmal start for McIlroy, so Lowry leads British Open

Ireland’s Lowry was the early leader on a day of wind and squally showers, mixed with dazzling sunshine, completing his opening round on the par-71 Dunluce links in 67

Pain avoided, McDowell allows himself to dream a little

McDowell has inevitably been given a warm homecoming welcome in Portrush and he is impressed by the way the Open set-up has taken shape in the town

Mane, Mahrez emerge from Salah shadow to steal the show at...

The Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt was perfectly set up for Mohamed Salah to lead his team to the title on home territory...

Local is lekker

Former coach says that a South African leading South Africa is the only way forward

NC player aims for Dubai Sevens

A release by the tour company stated that the tour has been constructed such that it exposes the players not only to the sport’s essence but also prospective opportunities available to them

New scrum law to come into play

The amendment outlaws the practice of front-rows placing their heads onto opposition players’ shoulders between the call of ‘bind’ and ‘set’ on engagement

Caleb powers through

Ewan takes Tour de France stage 11, Alaphilippe retains yellow

Surprises in store for Rugby Championship

South Africa are as good as any side in the world on their day and the return of utility back

Ready to rumble

Utility back Francois Steyn will probably start on the bench when the springboks face the Wallabies

Marc will be missed by friends, family and football

No doubt his greatest feat would be being a part of that Pirates side which did the unthinkable by beating Asec Mimosas in their own backyard to win the then CAF Champions Cup in 1995