April 24, 2017

D-Day approaches for Super Rugby teams

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SA Rugby will collect the applicable data to prepare a recommendation to go back to the Franchise Committee, where a decision of the final four teams will be determined Representatives of the six Vodacom Super Rugby franchises on Tuesday agreed on a set of criteria to determine the four teams to represent South Africa in the competition from 2018, SA Rugby confirmed. At the first sitting of the new Franchise Committee – established by SA Rugby in December to streamline and professionalise the running of rugby – the CEOs of the franchises and other committee members identified areas on which…

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Brebner reach Cup final

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Bloemfontein’s Brebner Primary School are through to the Free State under-12 Danone Nations Cup provincial soccer finals taking place at Grey College this weekend. The finals will kick off tomorrow at 10am. The school will be representing the Bloemfontein district for the first time after finishing top of the log in the Motheo regional finals that took place in Mahlatswetsa Primary School in Excelsior. Last year was their first experience in the tournament but they were knocked out at cluster level. Coach, Siyabonga Mtshiwane, is a former Brebner pupil and now a substitute teacher and physical education instructor at the…

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Eymael to appeal PSL ruling

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The 57-year-old Belgian football manager is going to appeal the PSL verdict as he looks to continue his tenure with the outfit from Bloemfontein Bloemfontein Celtic coach Luc Eymael has vowed to appeal against the PSL’s Dispute Resolution Chamber’s order to return to former club Polokwane City after it ruled against him on Tuesday this week. Eymael left City last month ago after he reportedly fell out with the club’s management over the overall running of the team. However, following a complaint lodged by Rise and Shine soon afterwards, the DRC has ruled that the coach left City unlawfully and…

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