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Players brace for pay-cuts as CA projects revenue plunge

The players union, the Australian Cricketers' Association, confirmed to Reuters that they had received revised revenue projections from CA and would hold a board meeting to discuss them later on Thursday.

Absa ends sponsorship for PSL

"While we will no longer be the anchor sponsor for the PSL, soccer will always remain close to our hearts."

Habana: Lions tour will have extra spice

The Lions are scheduled to play the Springboks in July next year and will be on South African shores for the first time since 2009.

West Ham to play friendlies before Premier League restart, says Moyes

The league, which has been suspended since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to resume on 17 June behind closed doors.

All Black legend Carter in shock Super Rugby comeback

Carter, a three-time world player of the year, has been a free agent since returning to New Zealand in March from Japan, where a virus-enforced shutdown ended his lucrative stint with Kobe Steelers.

Tokyo weighs scaled-back Olympics, says governor

The Games are now due to open on 23 July 2021, but organisers face the unprecedented headache of rearranging the event, which requires a costly rejigging of everything from venues to transport.

South African Rugby posts modest profit for 2019

Roux confirmed revenues had increased by 2.5% to 1.29-billion rand at the body's Annual General Meeting, but that was offset, in part, by a reduction in test guaranteed income due to fewer Springbok matches.

Three West Indies cricketers turn down England tour

The Test series, rescheduled because of the coronavirus outbreak, is to be played behind closed doors and is still subject to the final approval of the British government, CWI added.

MotoGP set to release revised 2020 calendar next week

The 2020 season was due to start on March 8 in Qatar but only Moto2 and Moto3 races went ahead before strict quarantine measures were imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Several races were postponed while seven have been scrapped.

PAUL GEARY: A new normal for sport and fans

How will we as South Africans rediscover our sporting soul without an echoing FNB stadium or a fan-lined 89km route at the Comrades Marathon, asks Paul Geary.

No saliva, no sweat, says India pace bowler Shami

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is expected to next week order a temporary ban on using saliva, as part of measures to get the sport started again while reducing the risk of spreading the virus.

#ExtraTime with SA tennis star Chanel Simmonds

In #ExtraTime, South Africa's top-ranked female tennis player Chanel Simmonds speaks to us about life as a professional, meeting Billie Jean King and how she would like to see the sport grow on home soil.

No race cancellation even if driver has COVID-19, says F1 boss

The original 15 March opener in Australia was cancelled after a McLaren team member returned a positive test for the new coronavirus before the weekend had started.

Golden point, red card replacements to be trialled at Super Rugby Aotearoa

The changes are aimed at making the game more exciting for fans and will be trialled during the 10-week event which will kick off with a game between Otago Highlanders and Waikato Chiefs in Dunedin.

'Big Three' join #BlackoutTuesday campaign against racial injustice

Men's world No. 1 Djokovic posted black screenshots on his Twitter and Instagram pages with the message 'Black Lives Matter', and was joined by Federer and Nadal, the other members of the 'Big Three' of men's tennis.

English Premiership rugby clubs given green light to return to training

The English top-flight was suspended on 16 March but the intention is still to finish the season.

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