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South Africa legend Habana announces retirement

Bryan Habana will end his career as the second highest try scorer in international rugby behind Daisuke Ohata of Japan. South Africa’s record try-scorer Bryan Habana will retire at the end of the season. The 34-year-old, who scored 67 tries in 124 Tests, was part of the Springboks side that won the 2007 Rugby World Cup. “The inevitable moment has ...

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England captain Hartley to miss South Africa tour because of concussion

Skipper Dylan Hartley has been capped 93 times by England England captain Dylan Hartley has been ruled out of the summer tour of South Africa because of concussion. The Northampton hooker has not played since sustaining a head injury in last month’s Six Nations loss to Ireland. Following specialist medical advice, the 32-year-old will now take an extended period of ...

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Parker in the mix at South Africa Women's Open

4:22 PM ET England’s Florentyna Parker carded a second consecutive 72 to lie five shots off the lead after the second round of the South African Women’s Open in Cape Town. Parker recorded three birdies and three bogeys at Westlake Golf Club to sit sixth on level par, as Germany’s Karolin Lampert added a three-under 69 to her opening 70 ...

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David Warner & Quinton de Kock charged by ICC after South Africa v Australia Test

Warner (left) made scores of 51 and 28 in the first Test, while De Kock (right) scored 20 and 83 Australia batsman David Warner and South Africa’s Quinton de Kock have been charged by the International Cricket Council for an incident after the first Test in Durban. Video footage appears to show Australia vice-captain Warner having to be restrained by ...

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