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Top 10 Sport24 articles of 2011

2011-12-06 14:45
Cape Town - 2011 will go down in the sporting annals as one of the finest in living memory.

From India winning the Cricket World Cup back in April to the All Blacks ending their 24-year long Rugby World Cup hoodoo in October, the past year was filled with joy and sadness, ecstasy and tragedy...

The trials and tribulations at SA Rugby, Cricket South Africa and SAFA dominated the headlines over the past 12 months, but not merely as much as a certain Bryce Lawrence did...

Without further ado, here are the most viewed articles on Sport24 for 2011:

1) Ref robbed Boks - UK scribes (93 994)

2) Cheerleader booted out of IPL (75 260)

3) Chaos in SA dressing room (69 982)

4) Petition to have Bryce banned (67 989)

5) Smit: Lawrence didn't listen (66 030)

6) Bok murder was no accident (64 729)

7) Watson: Bryce was out of line (63 677)

8) Doctor feared for Joost (62 457)

9) French in rage over Joubert (57 624)

10) Biff ditches SA for brunette (56 424)


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