15-year-old Dreesbeimdieke wins Stableford Championships


Junior golfer Jessica Dreesbeimdieke produced a great performance to win the Maerua Spar Stableford Championships on Sunday.

At the end of the 36-hole event, the 15-year-old Dreesbeimdieke was level on 61 points with Laetitia Brink and Wiltrud Rugheimer and the match had to be decided on a play-off.

Dreesbeimdieke went on to win the play-off with Brink coming second and Rugheimer third. Cornelia Alberts finished fourth.

Beast in hospital with heart condition


Springbok prop Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira is currently being treated in a Cape Town hospital for a heart condition.

The popular Sharks player admitted that he was in hospital, but was understandably reluctant to speak about his state of health.

“Yes, I am in hospital here in Cape Town. But I can’t speak right now because I want to maintain a low profile,” the Springbok loosehead prop said on Monday.

Villas-Boas unsure of owner's backing


Andre Villas-Boas is unsure if he has the backing of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and wonders if he will be sacked in the same way as predecessor Carlo Ancelotti was last May, the Portuguese coach said on Monday.

"We are now in the exact same moment as last year," the under-fire Villas-Boas told Portugal's TSF radio. "It is an exact copy.

"I think I have felt the confidence from Abramovich but ... the pattern of behaviour of the owner has led to a downfall (of coaches) in similar situations or even 'better' situations.

India need miracle after Dilshan, Kumar tons


Tillakaraten Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara smashed centuries to catapult Sri Lanka to 320 for four in their tri-series match against India in Hobart on Tuesday.

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Dilshan finished not out on 160 and Sangakkara hit 105 (off only 87 balls) as India face the near impossible task of reaching the target inside 40 overs to gain a bonus point and stay alive in the competition.

Earlier, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has won the toss and elected to field first as the World Cup champions play for tri-series survival.

Bafana Bafana arrive in Durban


Bafana Bafana arrived in Durban on Monday for their international friendly match against Senegal on Wednesday at the Moses Mabhida Stadium.

Kick-off is at 20h35 (SA, CAT, GMT+2).

The squad was welcomed by Durban mayor James Nxumalo at the King Shaka International Airport amid traditional music from a band.

Bafana coach Pitso Mosimane said: "It was a great gesture by the mayor himself to be there personally to welcome the team. We really feel honoured."

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