Allister Coetzee today released his DHL WP team to take on The Sharks, on Saturday 1 October, at Mr Price Kings Park at 17h05.

Allister Coetzee today released his DHL WP team to take on The Sharks, on Saturday 1 October, at Mr Price Kings Park at 17h05. Heinrich Steyl starts at 15 and Conrad Jantjes who has not trained this week, will play off the bench. Berton Klaasen starts at 13, giving Sadie who will play off the... Continue Reading →


As the current season of Idols comes to an end, joint winner of the 2009 competition, Jason Hartman, has been hard at work with various initiatives and projects. This year alone has seen performances in the Royal wedding festivities in Monaco, a collaboration with a world-renowned songwriter, a part in a movie as well as... Continue Reading →

Introducing Sporting Deals – South Africa’s first sports group buying site

Introducing Sporting Deals – South Africa’s first sports group buying site Introducing The first local group buying company focusing exclusively on sports deals in South Africa. will be launched this week and kicks off with several fetching deals for sports players and fans, including discounted group buying rates at leading golf courses,... Continue Reading →


Great news for Patrizio Buanne and Dana Winner fans is that the two international stars, who have each separately built big fan followings in South Africa, are due to perform concerts together for the first time in SA. Italian Patrizio and Belgian Dana have both enjoyed tremendous success in SA with frequent live concert performances... Continue Reading →

Wycliff Palu to return to Australia

Wallabies Injury Update – Wycliff Palu to return to Australia Wallabies No 8 Wycliff Palu is returning to Australia. The 29 year-old limped out of his 38th Test match last weekend in Wellington after suffering the reoccurrence of a hamstring strain in his left leg. Scans in Christchurch yesterday revealed the extent of the damage.... Continue Reading →

We’re Never Going To Be (SA Idols). The song pokes fun at the competition

The Brothers Streep Launch New Idols Single Sunday 5th June saw the launch of the new Brothers Streep single, We’re Never Going To Be (SA Idols). The song pokes fun at the competition, whilst referencing past and present Idols icons such as Gareth Cliff, Proverb, Randall Abrahams, Liezel van der Westhuizen, Unathi Msengana and Heinz... Continue Reading →

some stats on the man who will get 100 caps today Richard McCaw for the All Blacks

RICHARD HUGH MCCAW AGE: 30 BORN: Oamaru TESTS: 99 TEST POINTS: 95 (19 tries) ALL BLACKS DEBUT: Dublin, Ireland, November 17, 2001. AWARDS: IRB player of the year 2006, 2009, 2010. CAPTAINCY: He took over from Tana Umaga in 2006. FIRST CLUB: Kurow CURRENT CLUB: Christchurch PROVINCIAL TEAM: Canterbury SUPER TEAM: Crusaders

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw indulging his other passion the glider

Soaring to new heights by Graham Jenkins September 17, 2011 New Zealand captain Richie McCaw is undoubtedly one of the finest talents the game has ever seen. He has led his country more times than any other player, is the most capped All Blacks flanker, is a three-time International Rugby Board Player of the Year... Continue Reading →

These are the best rugby media releases -full of great info -from the Wallabies

Wallabies team to play United States named Will Genia is set to become the 78th Australian Test captain after being appointed as leader of the Wallabies team named today to face the United States at the Rugby World Cup in Wellington on Friday night. The 23-year-old Queensland halfback, who made his Test debut in New... Continue Reading →

Spectacular Eden Park Opening Ceremony set to kick-off RWC Tournament

Spectacular Eden Park Opening Ceremony set to kick-off Tournament Key role for New Zealand sporting legend Fans urged to be in seats by 7pm 4,000 tickets still available NZ broadcasters Petra Bagust and Jeremy Corbett to warm up crowd Tournament Organisers for Rugby World Cup 2011 (RWC 2011) today unveiled some key elements of the... Continue Reading →

This is what makes the RWC such a great event.

In 1995 Kitch Christie first coined the now well-worn phrase “the high road or the low road,” with regards to how a team progresses to the knock-out phases of the World Cup, although he probably drew inspiration from the old Scottish folk song about the contrasting routes to Glasgow. In essence, Christie told his players... Continue Reading →

imagine this in the world cup ..could this happen?

A French victory over the All Blacks in Auckland on September 24, which would repeat Les Bleus' last-up Test win on New Zealand territory in 2009, would change the entire dynamics of the seven-week tournament. Such a scenario would suddenly have the All Blacks facing a semi-final against the Wallabies instead and put the Springboks... Continue Reading →

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