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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Reece Hodge will play his first test for Australia at flyhalf against New Zealand in Brisbane this weekend after coach Dave Rennie on Thursday made six changes to his starting side for the second Tri-Nations test.
THE great Nelson Mandela once said: “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does.”
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (Reuters) - On Broadhurst Cona's fifth night in the COVID-19 ward of Cape Town's Groote Schuur Hospital, the patient in the bed next to him was giving up.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Cricket South Africa (CSA) will finally get to trial a new format that will see three teams compete in a single 36-over match on July 18 after winning government approval for the fixture to be played at SuperSport Park in Pretoria.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain underwent some fairly tumultuous change from the early 1970s to the end of the 1980s but one thing remained constant - come the end of each season, Liverpool would be top, or almost top of the Football League.
(Reuters) - Australian spin great Shane Warne has suggested using weighted balls to help pace bowlers generate swing without risking health when cricket resumes after the coronavirus shutdown.
NELSON Mandela said in the inauguration of the Laureus World Sports Awards back in 2000: “Sports has the power to change the world.”
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - World champions South Africa will host New Zealand in Nelspruit during this year's Rugby Championship, with all three of the Springboks' home matches in the competition to be played at altitude.
CAPE TOWN/YOKOHAMA (Reuters) - Siya Kolisi completed his rags-to-riches journey from a dusty, poverty-stricken township on the eastern coast of South Africa to World Cup-winning captain on Saturday when he led the Springboks to victory over England.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - In Sakhumzi bar in Johannesburg's Soweto township, crowds erupted in cheering and singing on Saturday as South Africa's rugby team triumphed 32-12 over England to win the World Cup in Japan.