14.7.2019 07:48 pm
South Africa beat Jamaica 55-52 in their women’s Netball World Cup match in Liverpool on Sunday.
Though they admitted they would need to tighten their game in some areas, the Proteas were celebrating a rare victory over Jamaica on Sunday night, with the national side finishing top of their group in the first round of the Netball World Cup in Liverpool.
Durbanite surfski stalwart Barry Lewin won the single ski, while Cape West Coast paddler Bianca Beavitt took the women’s singles title.
Japanese sumo officials opted Saturday to postpone a decision on overturning the ancient sport’s “men-only” policy following allegations of deep-rooted sexism.
Gary Beneke won it in an exciting finish ahead of Douglas Ryder and Leon Olivier while Paula Cound led the ladies home in 1993.
Duncan’s late call-up to the race comes at the expense of his grandson who is unable to ride the sani2c this year due to exams.
Hendricks blasted to the line in the colours of RoadCover to take the 2017 title.
The 2018 SA National Aquatic Championships and Youth Olympics Trials got off to a flying start.
Tandy, who finished sixth in the sprint contest at last year’s Rio Games stormed to a commanding victory in the 50m freestyle.
Neil Fair was the only swimmer to add his name to the preliminary squad.
Tatjana Schoenmaker led the charge in the women’s 200m breaststroke final.
Le Clos spearheaded another impressive charge in the men’s 100m butterfly final.
But South Africa’s heavyweight EFC champion will need to guard against not knowing much about his American opponent.
The EFC light-heavyweight title-holder battles to find a way past Stuart Austin before completing a fine comeback.
Coach Sheldon Roston proves his credentials by leading BOTH the national men’s and women’s teams to the Africa title.