My beloved Barcelona; beautiful and ballistic.
My great friend Peter Stemmet will not mind me posting this on my blog what a wonderful read thank u pete This week I just want to lavish superlatives upon my favourite Spanish team. My beloved Barcelona; beautiful and ballistic. This current crop of players possessed by the Catalan club are among the greatest ever.... Continue Reading →
If the Sharks lose to the Waratahs tomorrow their Super Rugby aspirations are done and dusted.
AT the risk of sounding alarmist, if the Sharks lose to the Waratahs tomorrow their Super Rugby aspirations done and dusted. Technically this might not be the case in that an unlikely clean sweep of (preferably) bonus-point wins in Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Pretoria over the next three weeks might rescue the situation and slip the... Continue Reading →
DHL STORMERS SIDE TO TAKE ON THE BRUMBIES ANNOUNCED
DHL STORMERS SIDE TO TAKE ON THE BRUMBIES ANNOUNCED Allister Coetzee, head coach of the DHL Stormers, today named a team with a number of changes to the side that beat the Blues 28-26 in Auckland last Friday. In an injury enforced change, Brok Harris replaces the injured CJ van der Linde at tight head,... Continue Reading →
2009 Idols winner Jason Hartman will be performing on the Monaco Grand Prix Racetrack this Friday, 27 May 2011
JASON HARTMAN TO PERFORM AT MONACO GRAND PRIX Johannesburg, 20 May 2011: 2009 Idols winner Jason Hartman will be performing on the Monaco Grand Prix Racetrack this Friday, 27 May 2011. Hartman, who soared to success with chart-topping hits such including Break The Silence and On The Run, will be performing two shows with his... Continue Reading →
Winter has arrived, but there’s 6 big reasons to stay indoors or visit your nearest cinema t his June and July,
JUNE RELEASES: PROM Theatrical Release from Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Available in cinemas nationwide from 3 June 2011 At PROM, every couple has a story and no two are exactly alike. Several intersecting stories unfold at one high school as the big dance approaches; “Prom” portrays the precarious passage from high school to independence... Continue Reading →
The last time the Sharks played a massive local Super Rugby derby they got as bloody nose
The last time the Sharks played a massive local Super Rugby derby they got as bloody nose from a Stormers team that roughed them up in a manner that used to be a trademark of the Sharks. In short they lost the physical battles and that freed the Stormers backs to run onto the ball... Continue Reading →
: BEYONCÉ’S NEW ALBUM “4” TO BE RELEASED ON TUESDAY, JUNE 28
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 –Columbia Records will release “4,” the fourth solo studio album from Beyoncé on Tuesday, June, 28, 2011. The album was recorded over a year between the spring of 2010 and the spring of 2011, while Beyoncé took time away from the spotlight. She engaged in what she describes as simple things,... Continue Reading →
Sipho Mabuse will take to the stage and set it alight on Saturday, 4 June in the third Road to Joy of Jazz session at Silverstar Casino in JHB
Gauteng’s spanking new monthly jazz series, the Road to Joy of Jazz at Silverstar Casino is fast gaining popularity as the place to be on the first weekend of each month. For good reason…the first two sessions have dished out swinging fun and the third is set to be a sizzler. Award-winning afro-jazz and soul... Continue Reading →
This year is ultimately about the Rugby World Cup, not Super Rugby or the Tri-Nations,
To state the obvious, this year is ultimately about the Rugby World Cup, not Super Rugby or the Tri-Nations, so rugby supporters need to keep a cool tune instead of over-analysing what happens in May, June and July with a view to what might ultimately occur in New Zealand in October. To put a fine... Continue Reading →
DHL STORMERS SIDE TO TAKE ON THE BLUES ANNOUNCED
Allister Coetzee was today forced to name a side to take on the Blues in Auckland with a number of senior players out to injury. The centre pairing of Jaque Fourie and Jean De Villiers are both out with a groin strain and chest muscle injury respectively. Whilst Jean De Villiers is consulting a specialist,... Continue Reading →
all-out war at Kings Park this Sat
THE Sharks reconvened in the Shark Tank yesterday after their weekend off and they are under no illusion as to the battle that lies ahead on Saturday against the Bulls, and indeed over the five weekends of Super Rugby that remain before the knock-out stage. While the Sharks watched on with keen interest, the Cheetahs,... Continue Reading →
Peter de Villiers will give Sonny Bill Williams a run !
A perusal of New Zealand’s rugby websites this week suggests that Peter de Villiers will give Sonny Bill Williams a run for his money when it comes to who will be the biggest media draw card at the Rugby World Cup in the Land of the Long White Shroud in September and October. Sonny Bill,... Continue Reading →
Legal and illegal when it comes to tackling in Rugby?
by Mike Greenaway Sharks openside flank Keegan Daniel’s two-week censure handed out by a Sanzar judiciary yesterday for an allegedly dangerous tackle on a Brumbies player is the latest questionable episode in SANZAR’s management of what is legal and illegal when it comes to tackling. Daniel, who has no history of foul play, was cited... Continue Reading →
DHL STORMERS SIDE TO TAKE ON THE CHIEFS ANNOUNCED
DHL STORMERS SIDE TO TAKE ON THE CHIEFS ANNOUNCED Allister Coetzee, head coach of the DHL Stormers, today named his team to take on the Chiefs at Waikato Stadium on Saturday 14 May. The team is as follows: 15. Conrad Jantjes 14. Gio Aplon 13. Jaque Fourie 12. Jean De Villiers 11. Bryan Habana 10.... Continue Reading →
Rugby player movements
There has been much talk of late about the Sharks’ midfield, not a lot of it flattering, but there is help on the way in the form of former Springbok centre Marius Joubert, who will be in Sharks colours sooner or later depending on how his club feature in the French Top 14 play-offs. Clermont... Continue Reading →
Blue Monday in the no longer so-cock-a-hoop Cape. The Crusaders, minus a host of key players, came, saw and conquered
It is indeed a strange old game. Last week, thethe remorseful Sharks worked themselves into a frenzy of self-flagellation as they sort to redeem themselves against the Brumbies after their submission to the Stormers. It was all doom and gloom in Durban and the sack cloth and ashes were not far off. But a week... Continue Reading →