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So naturally there'll be a few articles that even our most ardent readers will miss.
On the off chance you are one of those, here are our top FOUR stories that might have slipped your browser feed today!
1. BUCCANEER HEADS OVERSEAS
Orlando Pirates have confirmed the departure of Zimbabwean forward Tendai Ndoro.
Ndoro, who was Pirates' leading goal scorer last season, is due to undergo a medical before the big deal is finalised...
Click here to read where Ndoro is heading
2. SANZAAR TO INVESTIGATE SBW KNOCK
All Blacks centre Sonny Bill Williams, who just came off a four-match ban for his red card during the second Test against the British & Irish Lions, has made SANZAAR scratch their heads again.
However, this time it was for Williams' well-being.
Williams stumbled after making a tackle early in New Zealand's 54-34 victory against the Wallabies in Sydney.
According to reports, SANZAAR had opened an investigation after reviewing footage of the incidents.
Click here to read more about the inquiry
3. MAYWEATHER MUST NOT EMBARRASS BOXING
Conor McGregor is not the outright favourite as he prepares for the biggest fight of his life against Floyd Mayweather this weekend.
WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn hopes that Mayweather will "annihilate" the mixed martial arts fighter for the sake of boxing.
He also took a stab in the dark saying that he would love a crack at Mayweather and McGregor... (sigh)
Click here to read Horn's comments over the big fight
4. BOKS NOT BOTHERED WITH RED JERSEY
It's safe to say that everyone is NOT pleased with the Springboks red attire when they play against Argentina this weekend in their Rugby Championship Test in Salta.
The jersey had been commissioned to mark the 25th anniversary of rugby unity in South Africa.
The decision to play in red has been met with critical reaction from the South African rugby public including former national coach Jake White and former Bok lock Bakkies Botha.
However, Bok flank Jaco Kriel came out to defend the red jersey saying that it will be an honour to wear it in Salta.
Click here to read Kriel's comments on the criticism the jersey recieved