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Daily sports wrap: Is Duminy's career over?

2017-07-25 18:31

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Olympic 400m world record champion Wayde Van Niekerk was joined by rising sprint sensation Akani Simbine in expressing their surprise at the ommission of several of their compatriots.

Athletics South Africa confirmed the final 23-strong squad to represent the country at the IAAF World Championships in London from August 4-13.

However, the athletic duo questioned why some of SA's star athletes were snubbed from London...

CLICK here to read on their frustration over SA athletics


Former Springbok Joel Stransky believes the fact the Lions have not played against New Zealand opposition this season could work against them.

Saturday's clash  against the Hurricanes will be the first time the Lions have met a Kiwi side in this year's competition.

And Stransky has his concerns...

CLICK here to read his comments


Proteas middle-order batsman JP Duminy has been sent home from England mid-series.

This has prompted speculation that this could be the end of the road for the 33-year-old on the Test stage.

Sport24's Lloyd Burnard looks at Duminy's career as well as four other Proteas' players who just couldn't deliver their full potential on the international stage.

CLICK here to read Burnard's list

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