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Banned Lee fined for cue sale fraud
Banned British snooker player Stephen Lee was fined on Monday after admitting fraud, having arranged to sell his cue to a fan in Hong Kong and never sending it. Read full article
McGregor reaffirms Marathon Champ status
Hank McGregor claimed his eighth South African Marathon K1 title and then teamed up with Jasper Mocké to add the K2 title at Homestead Lake in Benoni on Sunday. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – June 2-8
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
Holland beat SA hockey men by six goals
The chanting, singing, Mexican wave-riding home fans, dressed almost as one in orange at a jam-packed Kyocera Stadium, inspired unbeaten world No 3 Holland to a 7-1 victory over South Africa. Read full article
China edge SA women in 7-goal thriller
China beat the world’s 11th-ranked Investec South Africa women’s hockey team 4-3 in a heart-stopping World Cup Group B match here Sunday after the score was 2-0 to the Asians at halftime. Read full article
Dutch beat Aus to reach hockey semis
The Netherlands women secured a semifinals berth at the field hockey World Cup when they held off a strong challenge from Australia and won 2-0 on late goals from Kim Lammers and Naomi van As on Saturday. Read full article
SA men draw with South Korea
Hot on the heels of the South African women's upset 4-1 win over world number three England at the hockey World Cup in The Hague, it was the men's turn to defy the odds in a 0-0 draw with South Korea on Friday. Read full article
SA women outplay England
The South African women's hockey team outplayed world number-three England 4-1 in their group B match at the women's hockey World Cup in The Hague. Read full article
Aus men, women win WC matches
Defending champions Australia won a third straight match at the field hockey World Cup and handed Belgium their first loss by 3-1 in the Hague, Netherlands, on Thursday. Read full article
Entries open for 53rd Berg without McGregor
The entries had hardly opened for the 53rd edition of the tough Berg River Canoe Marathon from Paarl to Velddrif from 16 to 19 July when the die-hards started to book their places on the start line. Read full article
Dutch snatch late win over S Korea
Robbert Kemperman scored in the dying minutes on Tuesday as the Netherlands struggled to a hard-fought 2-1 victory over South Korea at the Hockey World Cup. Read full article
SA men rue missed chances
New Zealand beat the South Africa men's hockey team 5-0 after leading 3-0 at half-time in a World Cup match in The Hague, Netherlands, on Tuesday. Read full article
SA women suffer German defeat
The South African women's hockey team lost 3-1 to Germany after trailing 1-0 at halftime in their second Group-B match at the 2014 Hockey World Cup in The Hague, Holland on Tuesday morning. Read full article
England edge India, Malaysia hammered
Malaysia's men were hammered 6-2 by Belgium at the hockey World Cup in The Hague, Netherlands, on Monday while England's men earned a crucial 2-1 win victory over India thanks to a late goal. Read full article
Damons set to return against Germany
The national teams go into their second Group B matches respectively at the World Cup in The Hague, Holland, on Tuesday with the Investec South Africa women’s hockey team tackling world No 6 Germany, Read full article
Murray second in London
Richard Murray upped his game once again when he gave another great performance by finishing second in the ITU World Triathlon Series in London on Saturday. Read full article
The Week in Pictures – May 26-June 1
Welcome to the Week in Pictures – our wrap of the past week's top sporting action in images. Read full article
SA lose against Argentina
Reigning World Cup champions Argentina beat the world number 11 Investec South Africa women’s hockey team 4-1 after leading 2-0 at halftime at Kyocera Stadium in The Hague, Holland on Sunday night. Read full article
Gauteng Jaguars hang on to top spot
Despite losing the Gauteng derby, the Jaguars retained their position at the top of the first division log this weekend and go into semifinals confident of being the first team to win the Netball Cup. Read full article
SA hockey men beaten but not broken
The South Africa men's hockey team were beaten 4-0 by Germany after the Europeans had led 2-0 at halftime in the World Cup at Kyocera Stadium in The Hague, on Sunday. Read full article
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