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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia and New Zealand have launched a joint bid backed by both governments to bring the women's soccer World Cup to the southern hemisphere for the first time in 2023.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Cricket South Africa (CSA) remains committed to its transformation agenda according to president Chris Nenzani, despite missing racial quota targets for the second test running against England at Newlands.
(Reuters) - Opener Kevin Kasuza struck a half-century on debut as Zimbabwe eased to 189 for two at the close on the opening day of the first test against Sri Lanka in Harare on Sunday.
KUALA LUMPUR: New signing Mohd Faid Farhadh Mohd Shah joined league champions Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) as an unknown although he had played in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) for three seasons – one with Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) and two with Maybank.
KUALA LUMPUR: He didn’t need his usual morning alarm. Instead, Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL) midfielder Mohd Faid Farhadh Mohd Shah woke up to a flurry of calls and messages congratulating him on his call-up to centralised national training camp.
IT WAS a proud day for Tamilian Physical Cultural Association (TPCA) hockey players and its members as the TPCA Invitational Veteran Hockey Tournament was played in their new ground in Kajang.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's famed Tour of Flanders cycle race went virtual on Sunday after being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, with 12 cyclists pedalling it out in isolation on stationary bikes hooked up to a video-game recreation of the Belgian countryside.
(Reuters) - Zimbabwe cricket fans, still stinging from their team's absence from the World Cup, are fearful for the future of their game with severe sanctions possible for "government interference" after the replacement of the national cricket board.
BERLIN (Reuters) - International sports federations must adapt to the rapid transformation in world sport, including growing athlete autonomy, or risk losing control of the industry, a report said on Thursday.