There’s turmoil in golf as Muirfield decides to continue rejecting women into their club… but is more being made of this story than it should? Outside of sexist stories, it’s a big weekend ahead with SuperRugby getting closer and closer to defining the playoff teams. The final leg of the HSBC 7s before the teams gear up for the Olympics, and Cup and relegation battles in football to enjoy. Also a bit of tennis in there to wrap things up this Friday.

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Close but no joy again for Liverpool. A loss in the Europa League final, and 5th straight finals loss for Jurgen Klopp! Sundowns out of Africa, Man United need FA Cup success like Van Gaal needs some confidence right now. Big rugby weekend ahead, should teams be fined for empty stadiums? All of this and more with Ben Karpinski here.

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Your midweek sports report is naturally very football heavy, with the Europa League final taking place tonight, and more pressure mounting on unpopular Man United coach Louis Van Gaal. Sundowns in action again in Africa, Allister Coetzee officially gets Matt Proudfoot into the Bok mix and Willie Le Roux to head overseas. Lastly there is an update on Olympic drug testing, and how the IOC intends making Rio completely free of cheats.

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What is going on with the Olympics? Past, present, future – winter or summer, it just seems dodgy in every way, shape or form. With vote-rigging by host cities, doping scams and the like, every chapter seems tainted nowadays. Tiger Woods’s comeback to golf is still undecided, Darren Clarke wants Liverpool legends to inspire his Ryder Cup team, and a Leicester postman’s life has changed forever because of what he looks like.

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A weekend of sport for the ages, with a Formula 1 story to kick things off. Mercedes stumble and an 18-year-old gets a groundbreaking win. Loads of drama as expected in the final day of English football for the season, and the BlitzBoks disappoint but entertain in Paris. Some surprises in SuperRugby, Jason Day and Andy Murray reign supreme in their respective sports, and a young Asian golfer goes back-to-back on the European Tour.

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The weekend is here, and so is our sports guy Ben Karpinski. After a little sick/golf leave he is back and firing with all the big sporting attractions, and a health advisory from the WHO about the Rio Olympics. It’s a massive weekend fixture-wise… get all the info you need here!

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The day/night Test match topic continues to grab attention in the cricketing world, with more and more countries looking to get involved, rather than opposing it. West Ham have a sensational send-off for their old stadium, while Man United let the prime opportunity to go 4th in the league go to waste. Steph Curry may be the greatest in the NBA, but his pay packet says otherwise.

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Another scrap of news in the South African cricketing match saga, with Ben Karpinski asking the obvious question as to why is there not more happening here? Mickey Arthur is the new Pakistan cricket coach, Jamie Vardy sets up an academy, and shocking football death over the weekend linked to medical incompetence in Romania. Andy Murray parts ways with his coach, and this gets the team laughing about all kinds of inappropriate things.

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Ben Karpinski starts the week with a wrap-up of the sporting weekend. Football is at the forefront with the leagues finishing with a flourish, both title and relegation-wise. There’s also a spot of rugby, and more talk of Mayweather getting back into the ring…

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Liverpool has made a final! It’s the final of the Not The Champions League, otherwise known as the Europa Cup. Good thing too, as it prevents another all Spanish European Cup final. La Liga is the hottest thing in football though, no point fighting it, so Ben elaborates on their league season climax. Another golfer pulls out of the Rio Olympics, the SuperRugby weekend ahead – your Friday sporting fix has it all.

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