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Chris van Zyl to lead Stormers against Sunwolves

Stormers coach Robbie Fleck has announced that lock Chris van Zyl will lead the side in Saturday's clash against the Sunwolves in Hong Kong.

Ireland fight back following on

Kevin O'Brien led a spirited Ireland fightback after they found themselves in real trouble following on.

Brown: 2020/21 Le Mans entry 'compelling'

Zak Brown, McLaren’s chief executive officer, has hinted at a possible return to Le Mans for the team.

Giroud: Conte departure would be sad

Olivier Giroud has voiced his support for manager Antonio Conte following Chelsea's 1-0 FA Cup final win over Manchester United.

Halep victorious in epic Sharapova encounter

World No 1 Simona Halep made hard work of her semi-final victory over Maria Sharapova at the Italian Open on Saturday.

Handre Pollard to lead Bulls against Jaguares

Manie Libbok will make his starting debut at fly-half for the Bulls when they take on the Jaguares at Estadio Jose Amalfitani on Saturday.

Leishman stays out in front after 66

Marc Leishman followed his best ever round on the PGA Tour with a five-under-par 66 on Friday to maintain the lead at the half-way mark of the Byron Nelson tournament.

Nadal battles past valiant Djokovic

Novak Djokovic could not topple Rafael Nadal on his favourite surface at the Italian Open on Saturday, but he did put up a great fight.

Zverev stays on course for Rome defence

Alexander Zverev remained on course for a title defence at the Italian Open on Friday after battling past the brave challenge of David Goffin in the quarter-finals.

Del Potro a doubt for Roland Garros

World number six Juan Martin del Potro is a big doubt for next week’s French Open at Roland Garros after suffering a groin injury.

Big guns fire to keep RCB in contention

Fifties from Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers helped the Royal Challengers Bangalore get up to beat the Delhi Daredevils by 5 wickets on Saturday.
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