1. From the Pitch to the Gridiron: A Week in Review

    South Africa is officially the best One Day Cricket Team in the World. The Proteas thumped the Baggy Greens 4-1 in the ODI series...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about over 5 years ago 155 reads 0 comments

  2. Good Times For South Africa, With 500 Days Left Until the 2010 World Cup

    So yet another series win over the once mighty Australian cricket side. While the Australians were celebrating Australian Day, the Proteas were stealing the thunder and turning it into a day of mourning...

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  3. South Africa Dominates Dakar 500 Rally, and Beyond

    Well, rugby fever is running high at last in Sharks Country. Starting with week three of the Durban Varsity rugby season, things are looking up for us. New jerseys are arriving in February...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about over 5 years ago 100 reads 0 comments

  4. The Heat Is On for Liverpool

    The big question on all soccer fans minds this week has the Liverpool coach shot off his mouth to soon. Benitez had a lot to say about Sir Alex, saying that he was the only manager ...

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  5. Happy New Year

    Well firstly seasons greeting to all of you. I trust that you all had an enjoyable Christmas and a wonderful New Year. I have been away attempting to fly fish, but this time of the year is not the greatest...

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  6. Stenson Takes The Million Nedbank Million Dollar

    Firstly I would like to appologise for not writing in the last two weeks. I was away in Sun Cityto watch the Nedbank Million Dollar Golf Challenge. We spend eight glorious days in Sun Cityand the beautiful Pilanesberg...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  7. The Springboks Destroy England!

    “The Springboks were brutal,” said Martin Johnston, England's Coach. These words are most probably the best that could describe the test match played between England and The Springboks on Saturday...

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  8. Who's Going to Stop Chelsea?

    OK, so I don’t know what to call that what we saw on Saturday. How poor was the referee? The Scotts did not know what he wanted. John Smit has to tell him how to call a scrum engagement...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  9. Arsenal Take Down Manchester United—And Other Sports This Week in Europe

    Hey readers, is it not great to see international rugby again? The Springboks got off to a solid start with a win over Wales20-15. Unfortunately Alan Roland tried his damdest to blow the Boks out of the game...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 111 reads 0 comments

  10. The Goose Is Back.

    Breaking news, it has take The Goose 21 months to win a golf tournament. Yesterday he won the Iskandar Johor Open, in Malaysia. You may ask what where how. Never mind that. He took home a cool $500 k...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  11. Sharks Currie Cup Champions 2008

    It has taken the Sharks 12 long years but the wait was worth it. Currie Cup Champions 2008! We woke up to a grey and wet Durban. The thought of sitting in the rain and watching my beloved Sharks losing to the Blue Bulls did not sit well with me...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 285 reads 0 comments

  12. Sharks Vs Bulls Who Will Take It?

    So it looks like Puke Watson, is still in the papers and even if they are rumours I like the idea. If the Springbok selectors pick Pukeythen the rest of the Springboks must boycott the tour...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about almost 6 years ago 273 reads 0 comments

  13. Sharks - Bulls Final

    With Luke “Dickhead” Watson (sorry ladies) and the SA "Idiots” Sports Council South African rugby has been in the spot light for the wrong reasons...

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  14. Sharks Book Top Spot as Currie Cup Season Comes to an End

    This weekend will see the culmination of a Currie Cup season that has been the closest in years. It is also a replay of all the semifinals from last season. The only difference is that the Sharks ended first this year, and the Bulls second on the log...

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  15. The Gunners go Top

    In a cold and very wet Durbanthe funny thing was I did not get to watch much sport, besides the Natal Vs WP U/19 and U21 which was held at Durban Varsity on Saturday...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 257 reads 0 comments

  16. Vettel Owns Monza

    It was a weekend for upsets except in the rugby. The Shark Tank was wind swept and when I walked out of the stadium, I felt battered and bruised; much like those players must have felt in a battle that was not far from pretty...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 222 reads 0 comments

  17. Gold at Last for South Africa

    Was is it not just bliss watching Currie Cup rugby this weekend! On Friday night Eugene Eloff’s charges put the Valke to the sword with an 83-14 thumping...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  18. Springboks "Boknaai" the Wallabies to Lead Euro Sports This Week

    So it looks like Pieter De Villiers took the rugby lovers' advice about reading the book Rugby for Dummies. Yes, it was great to see a Bok side win against Australia, and yes, it was fantastic to score eight tries against the Ex-Cons...

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  19. Springbok Disgrace!!!

    “Shame on you Springboks, shame on you!” I shouted this with passion and vigor on the east upper stand at Kingsparkon Saturday. So much so that I had fellow Springbok supporters chanting with me...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 221 reads 0 comments

  20. 100 Up for Montgomery

    Who scored the most points for the Springboks on Saturday? Oh yes sorry nobody, yes that is right the Boks got ZIP, Niks, Nil. In a performance of two halves and referee that went from shocking to good...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  21. Varsity are the champs!!!

    Did you see the opening of the 2008 Beijing Olympics? WOW does England have an opening to prepare for! An opening to surpass! Well at the moment the talk is all about Michael Phelps ...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 99 reads 0 comments

  22. ONETIME's best Springbok XV of All times

    1. Os Du Randt - Strongest loose head and leading try scorer for a prop 2. Uli Schmidt - Great ball carries and vision for the game 3. Flippie Van Der Merwe - The man was a beast, strong and oh yes strong 4...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 1,353 reads 0 comments

  23. Varsity through to the Knock Out Final

    Apparently it has been 13 years since Durban Varsity have played in a Knock Out Final. Come next Friday night, Durban Varsity will take on PMB Waratahs 1st and 2nd team...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 116 reads 0 comments

  24. Proteas Destroy England in Leeds

    I will not be discussing the Tri Nations, The Sharks and Formula 1, but then if I did not I would have very little to write about. The Proteas kicked Pommie butt big time today. I predicted a win on the double but I can live with 10 wickets...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 242 reads 0 comments

  25. European Sports Rundown: Cricket, Rugby, Tour de France

    For the first time in 30 test matches, the All Blacks have gone down. What a great result, and yes, it is a sign of things to come for New Zealand rugby...

    Ian Tait Written by Ian Tait about 6 years ago 499 reads 0 comments