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South Africa: Rugby Could Learn From Cricket - Could a Rotation System Help Solve Squabbles? - 11 Shares

The fallout from South Africa being announced as preferred host candidate for the 2023 Rugby World Cup is eye-roll inducing. Bids for sporting events are ridiculous pissing contests and the time and money involved in them could surely be better spent elsewhere. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.


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"We've had some good laughs over the years, @Gary_Kirsten. You've been a fantastic coach who has inspired and suppor… "
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"Remembering Sri Sathya Sai Baba and his teachings on his 92nd birthday. Love all serve all, help ever hurt never ..… "
Liam Gallagher
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Ashes: England sent message to themselves & Australia - Michael Vaughan - BBC Sport

England showed on the opening day of the Ashes that they will not be intimidated by Australia, says former captain Michael Vaughan.

Kendrei England
""Saying everything without making a sound. A cricket choir in the background, underneath a harvest moon." #MissUniverse #MissPhilippines"

Steyn begins shifting focus from T20 to Test cricket - ESPNcricinfo

The fast bowler will be rested from the Titans' next Ram Slam competition so that he can hit the nets and get overs under his belt

"Asia cup cricket moved out of India... India will not play Pak in India... Good decision @rajnathsingh Lets not pla… " 03 hrs ago

Ashes TV review: Alison Mitchell raises the bar as BT take on a whole new ball game

Like England, new Ashes broadcaster BT Sport had a slightly jostling start, but settled down nicely for a more-than-respectable first day.

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