Monster weekend of sport recapped by Ben. Huge cricket drama with the Proteas failing to defend 200 at the Wanderers. Another big weekend of SuperRugby with the Lions coming out on top on more than just the scoreboard. Football also stepped up in a big way, and golf even throws some action into the mix.

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Big drama in the English Premier League midweek as Arsenal, Spurs and Man City taste defeat. Good news for Leicester, as their earlier stalemate at home doesn’t cost them. Ben dives into a SuperRugby preview for the weekend giving you insights on who to back. Refugees at the Olympics and the topic of rugby becoming a non-contact sport in schools, get it all here.

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Donald Trump is about to invade your sporting life this weekend, so Ben prepares you for it accordingly. Phangiso has now been suspended for his bowling action, and has to try remedy it under professional supervision before #WT20. Speaking of which India are looking depressingly good ahead of it, and the Proteas have Australia as final prep opponents.

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Still no Bok coach, and still no Bok selectors. This will take place in April apparently, but the candidates in these areas are starting to narrow somewhat as perfect applicants make themselves unavailable. New FIFA President Gianni Infantino has already been accused of corruption, and there appears to be big trouble at Bloem Celtic as they are looking for new owners.

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Just too much sport to get through for one Monday, but Ben certainly tries. SuperRugby was incredible, the 6 Nations was captivating and the football created talking points for days across the various leagues and cups. It was also a huge golfing weekend with Louis Oosthuizen getting back into the winner’s circle.

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It’s been a dark week in SA cricket as more players are linked to the match-fixing fiasco, Aaron Phangiso is in trouble again, and Temba Bavuma’s promising career looks set to be derailed just as it was getting started. Ben brings you these gory details and previews the major sporting attractions, and the big winners from the SA Rugby Awards.

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UEFA Champions League and PSL action create the big midweek action, with Ben elaborating on the significance of the results. FIFA news sees Blatter moaning ahead of the Presidential elections, but Ben then moves swiftly along to preview the first weekend of Super Rugby for you.

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Champions League action sees Messi doing what Messi does, and Juventus and Bayern Munich in a Titanic tussle. Locally Chiefs get frustrated by Polokwane City, and Ben elaborates on why the fringe football leagues in the world may just never rise from fringe status. Josh Hazlewood is a prick, Golden State Warriors are looking to eclipse Jordan’s best Bulls team, and a double amputee is becoming a wrestling superstar.

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The student protests at the universities of South Africa have now spilled over onto the sports field. Boots & All finally gets the chop, but sadly it is just being rehashed in two new shows. Dan Retief’s “racist tweet” sees him get fired by a newspaper, the Champions League fires up again with some midweek action, and Ben touches on the PSL title chase with 10 games left. Tokyo Sexwale is flogging a dead horse with FIFA, a body that nobody seems to trust regardless of who leads it.

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Five wins in a row for the Proteas against England, and a massive pump of confidence for them ahead of the T20 World Cup. Ben recaps the fascinating 2 match weekend where the Proteas came out on top, along with the rest of the weekend’s cricket. Big football action too, along with Bubba Watson and George Coetzee winning on their respective tours, and what to look out for in Varsity Cup rugby this week.

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