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Top 10 Sport24 articles of 2015

2015-12-24 07:34

Cape Town - 2015 will go down in the sporting annals as one of the finest - yet frustrating - in living memory.

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Losses in the semi-finals of both the Cricket World Cup and Rugby World Cup left fans tearing their hair out at both the Proteas and Springboks.

The continued court case of Paralympian star Oscar Pistorius for the killing of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, gripped the sporting fraternity not only in SA, but the world at large.

On the field, the Proteas held onto their No 1 Test ranking, Bafana Bafana had mixed results under coach Shakes Mashaba, while the Springboks end the year still searching for a new coach.

Without further ado, here are the most viewed web articles on Sport24 for 2015:

1. Graeme Joffe flees South Africa (156 632)

2. Smith's wife left him, says family friend (131 305)

3. James Small lets rip at Zane Kirchner (120 236)

4. Internet pokes fun at the Boks: All the memes (119 083)

5. Joubert shocker has Scotland fuming (116 921)

6. Explosive SAFA letter surfaces in FIFA scandal (109 085)

7. Clive Rice dies (97 583)

8. Graeme Smith to divorce (92 408)

9. More memes! The internet can't stop poking fun at the Boks (90 569)

10. Did SMS cost Proteas World Cup? (90 274)


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