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Two new caps in Proteas women's quadrangular series squad

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday announced the 15-woman Proteas squad that will face India, Zimbabwe and Ireland in a 14-match ODI quadrangular series.

Wolff: Ferrari, Mercedes fight good for F1

Although Toto Wolff admits it feels "s**t" losing to Ferrari, he acknowledges that a battle between the Scuderia and Mercedes is "good" for Formula 1.

Clermont survive Leinster fightback

Clermont will face Saracens in this year's Champions Cup final after they held off a second-half comeback from Leinster, winning 27-22.

Wood delighted with recall

Durham and England seamer Mark Wood has endured a difficult road to Champions Trophy selection after an ankle injury ruled him out of England's entire winter international schedule.

Serena Williams announces she is pregnant

Tennis superstar Serena Williams took to social media on Wednesday to announce she is 20 weeks pregnant.

QDK headlines nominations list

Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock leads the nominations for the 2016/17 Cricket South Africa (CSA) Awards.

Bottas quickest; issues for Ferrari, Red Bull

Mercedes topped the timesheets for the second day running as the first in-season test came to an end in Bahrain.

Wenger hails 'animal' Sanchez

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed Alexis Sanchez after the forward scored the winning goal in extra-time in the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday.

Brawn: I couldn't work with Bernie

Although Ross Brawn says he "couldn't work with Bernie" Ecclestone, he insists that was never a condition to him taking the role of F1's sporting boss.

Goffin scores big win over Djokovic in Monte Carlo

Novak Djokovic's disappointing 2017 form continued as he handed David Goffin the biggest win of his career at the Monto-Carlo Masters on Friday.

'Mercedes owe both drivers equal opportunity'

Despite issuing team orders in Bahrain in Lewis Hamilton's favour, Toto Wolff insists Mercedes will give both drivers "equal opportunity" - at least at the start of the race.
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