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Daily Archives: March 7, 2018

Scramble hits new heights

Off the back of a change to the season dates, Australia’s largest amateur teams golf event is enjoying growth across the board. When compared to the previous season, the 2017/18 period is proving that the change to the dates was a move in the right direction for the popular event series. The number of events staged has increased by 8% ...

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David Warner & Quinton de Kock charged by ICC after South Africa v Australia Test

Warner (left) made scores of 51 and 28 in the first Test, while De Kock (right) scored 20 and 83 Australia batsman David Warner and South Africa’s Quinton de Kock have been charged by the International Cricket Council for an incident after the first Test in Durban. Video footage appears to show Australia vice-captain Warner having to be restrained by ...

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Russia could face permanent IAAF ban over doping reforms

The McLaren report published in 2016 claimed more than 1,000 Russians benefited from a state-sponsored doping programme between 2011 and 2015 Russia remains suspended from international athletics, and the sport’s governing body says it could permanently exclude the country if key doping reforms are not met soon. The IAAF first banned Russia in November 2015 over evidence o… BBC Sport ...

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