The signs have been there for a number of years but the state of rugby union in Australia seems to be on an accelerated downhill path, writes GARY LEMKE.
Team South Africa wrapped up their Commonwealth Games campaign by finishing sixth on the overall table, with 13 gold, 11 silver and 13 bronze medals. GARY LEMKE gives his verdict as the curtain came down on the Gold Coast.
There are no winners in a cricketing scandal that has rocked the sport and brought Australia to its knees, writes GARY LEMKE.
AB de Villiers rescued a series that was in danger of being spoiled by animosity and crass behaviour with a match-winning hundred at St George’s Park, writes GARY LEMKE.
Those who believe in the purity of sport won’t be applauding the decision to invite Justin Gatlin to South Africa, writes GARY LEMKE.
Virat Kohli might have lost the war but he won the battle of the batsmen in a series tailormade for the bowlers.
The Proteas showed character and class in recording an emphatic first Test victory at Newlands.
Although Bangladesh have been poor, South Africa have been ruthless in the second Test, writes GARY LEMKE.
Golf is a game of integrity and honesty and is one of the last bastions of true sportsmanship, writes GARY LEMKE in Compleat Golfer magazine.
South African sporting teams have become accustomed to walking into the arrivals area at OR Tambo International with a crowd of supporters singing and dancing. That’s not going to happen for Faf du Plessis’ Proteas, writes GARY LEMKE.