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MONDAY, 19 NOVEMBER 2018, 13:46


Smith, Warner bans to be reviewed this week: reports

Today at 12:47 PM, via Eyewitness News

Steve Smith and David Warner could have their one-year bans from international and state cricket reduced or adjusted after a review by the board of Cricket Australia (CA) this week, local media reports said on Monday.

Mahrez double books Algeria’s spot at Nations Cup finals

Today at 12:22 PM, via Eyewitness News

Riyad Mahrez scored two stunning goals as former winners Algeria qualified for next year’s African Nations Cup finals on Sunday, with Guinea, Mauritania and the Ivory Coast also sealing their places.

Spinners help England end 17-year wait in Sri Lanka

Today at 12:20 PM, via Eyewitness News

Spin duo Moeen Ali and Jack Leach combined to end England’s 17-year wait for a test series victory in Sri Lanka after bowling the tourists to a 57-run victory in the second test on Sunday.

Kolisi escapes sanction for headbutt

Today at 11:02 AM, via Mail & Guardian Online

In the 30th minute of the clash, Kolisi, while held on the ground by Scottish midfielder Peter Horne, used the back of his head to strike his opponent

Jarryd Hayne ‘arrested after sex assault claims’

Today at 11:01 AM, via News24

High-profile rugby league star Jarryd Hayne has reportedly been arrested by Australian police over sex assault allegations, the second incident to be raised against the player.

Matfield v Davids for Bulls coaching job

Today at 10:53 AM, via News24

Former Springbok lock Victor Matfield and current Southern Kings coach Deon Davids are the two front-runners to become new Bulls coach.

Mzansi Super League sets good platform after opening weekend

Today at 10:51 AM, via Eyewitness News

The inaugural Mzansi Super League (MSL) kicked off this past weekend and there was good cricket, modest crowds and genuine interest from the cricket loving public. EWN Sport looks at some talking points after the opening weekend of fixtures.

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