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South Africa women hold nerve for opening ODI series win against Pakistan
January 20, 2021
South Africa women hold nerve for opening ODI series win against Pakistan
DURBAN – South Africa survived a late flourish from Pakistan to cling on for the tightest of victories in the first of their three-match ODI series in Durban.
Pakistan women cricketers return to international cricket on Wednesday
January 19, 2021
Pakistan women cricketers return to international cricket on Wednesday
Durban (92 News) – Pakistan women’s national cricket team will be in action after a gap of over 10 months when they step out on the field at Kingsmead Cricket Stadium for the first of the three one-day-internationals against South Africa on Wednesday.
Aubameyang double gives Arsenal win over Newcastle in Premier League
January 19, 2021
Aubameyang double gives Arsenal win over Newcastle in Premier League
LONDON (Reuters) – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice as Arsenal defeated Newcastle United 3-0 in the Premier League on Monday, condemning Steve Bruce’s side to a ninth game without a win in all competitions.
South African squad test negative for coronavirus upon arrival in Pakistan
January 17, 2021
South African squad test negative for coronavirus upon arrival in Pakistan
KARACHI (92 News) - South Africa's cricket team squad have tested negative for the coronavirus in the first round of testing conducting upon their arrival in Karachi on Saturday, the Cricket South Africa said on Sunday.
Australian Open to plough ahead despite players' quarantine anger
January 17, 2021
Australian Open to plough ahead despite players' quarantine anger
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has confirmed the year’s first Grand Slam will go ahead from Feb. 8 despite anger from players forced into hard quarantine in Melbourne due to positive COVID-19 cases on their charter planes.
NBA, NHL delay games as COVID-19 once again threatens professional sport
January 16, 2021
NBA, NHL delay games as COVID-19 once again threatens professional sport
WASHINGTON, DC (Reuters) – The National Basketball Association (NBA) postponed three more games and the National Hockey League (NHL) once again pushed back the Dallas Stars’ season opener, amid a surge of COVID-19 cases that has put professional sport on notice in North America.