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2011 Super 15 Rugby Fixtures

Posted by on Feb 24, 2011 in Sport | 1 comment

Here is full list of all the  2011 Super 15 Rugby Fixtures. Enjoy! The weekend is almost within touching distance!

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DAY & DATEMATCHVenueKick Off Time
WEEK ONE
Fri 18 Feb.Hurricanes v HighlandersWellington08:35
Fri 18 Feb.Rebels v WaratahsMelbourne10:40
Sat. 19 Feb.Blues v CrusadersAuckland08:35
Sat. 19 Feb.Brumbies v ChiefsCanberra10:40
Sat. 19 Feb.Sharks v CheetahsDurban17:05
Sat. 19 Feb.Lions v BullsJohannesburg19:10
Sunday 20 Feb.Reds v W ForceBrisbane08:40
BYES: Stormers
WEEK TWO
Fri 25 Feb.Highlanders v ChiefsDunedin08:35
Fri 25 Feb.Rebels v BrumbiesMelbourne10:40
Fri 25 Feb.Cheetahs v BullsBloemfontein19:10
Sat. 26 Feb.Hurricanes v CrusadersWellington08:35
Sat. 26 Feb.Waratahs v RedsSydney (ANZ)10:40
Sat. 26 Feb.Sharks v BluesDurban17:05
Sat. 26 Feb.Stormers v LionsCape Town19:10
BYES: W Force
WEEK THREE
Fri 4 MarchCrusaders v WaratahsChristchurch08:35
Fri 4 MarchLions v BluesJohannesburg19:10
Sat. 5 MarchChiefs v RebelsHamilton08:35
Sat.s MarchBrumbies v RedsCanberra10:40
Sat. 5 MarchW Force v SharksPerth13:05
Sat. 5 MarchStormers v CheetahsCape Town17:05
Sat. 5 MarchBulls v HighlandersPretoria19:10
BYES: Hurricanes
WEEK FOUR
Fri 1 1 MarchCrusaders v BrumbiesChristchurch08:35
Fri 1 1 MarchRebels v SharksMelbourne10:40
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The World Cup is here – Feel it!

Posted by on Jun 11, 2010 in Cape Town, My life, Sport | 0 comments

So today is the big day!

The entire world is now watching, and it is time for Africa to show the world how we roll. I am sure the whole of Mzanzi will unite, like they already have been doing, for the rest of the tournament. It has been magical to see how the country has bonded and joined behind a common cause: Bafana Bafana.

It is time to embrace your African heritage and become one South Africa!

IT IS HERE, FEEEEL IT!

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Help Save The Cape Town Ballet

Posted by on Apr 14, 2010 in Cape Town, Sport | 4 comments

This is a plee to help save something of beauty in Cape Town: The Cape Town Ballet

The Cape Town Ballet has really been struggling of late, and many think that Ballet is a dying art form. It has definitely taken a back seat with kids becoming far lazier in recent years, and with the invention of new technology and gaming consoles, kids are not bothered about becoming active and embracing such an art form.

Kids today would rather sit on their behind and play video games or watch TV than take on such a beautiful thing as dance in general. With this, the Cape Town Ballet has started to suffer, and they are in serious financial support.

This is not something that can just disappear and be forgotten. This is an art form, and something that is beautiful, delicate, elegant and something that needs to be preserved at all costs. I would go further than saying this is just a hobby or sport for some, but rather an educational experience watching Ballet.

I am a guy and do not particularly find any interest in Ballet, but I still think it is an awesome thing. Such grace and elegance is required, and it can educate you in the art of hard work, discipline and fill your life with colour and beauty.

Here is my request:

I challenge and beg you to donate towards this worthy cause. Save the Cape Town Ballet, and save a piece of Cape Town’s beautiful heritage, and provide people with the avenue to express theirselves.

save the cape town ballet

I challenge you to match my donation of R100! The bigger the better! We are looking for 100 000′s of Rands, so we really do need some big donations!

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100 Days to Go!

Posted by on Mar 2, 2010 in Cape Town, Sport | 4 comments

There are only 100 days to go! Hectic stuff! Soon, the greatest sporting event on Earth will be on our shores and tourists will be everywhere! I am quite stoked!

Are you guys excited?

I want your opinion on what is going to be good, bad, ugly, a success, a gigantic failure! Leave all your opinions below!

How far do you think Bafana can make it?

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2009/2010 Premier League Stats So Far

Posted by on Feb 16, 2010 in Sport | 0 comments

As you might know, I am a HUGE football fan, and I came across these Premier League stats on Sky sports the other day. I thought that some were really interesting and I thought I would share.

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CategoryPlayer/TeamTotal
Top ShooterWayne Rooney (Man Utd)102
Top PasserFrancesc Fabregas (Arsenal)1458
Top TacklerHendry Thomas (Wigan)120
Most Dribbles & RunsCharles N’Zogbia (Wigan)163
Most CrossesAndy Reid (Sunderland)249
Most OffsidesJermain Defoe (Tottenham)42
Most FoulsKevin Davies (Bolton)78
Team with most foulsBlackburn391
Team with most shotsChelsea450
GoalkeepersTeamSavesSaves/shots
JensenBurnley10569%
MyhillHull9170%
GreenWest Ham8869%
JääskeläinenBolton8765%
FriedelAston Villa8381%
TacklersTeamTacklesSuccess rate
ThomasWigan12077%
MascheranoLiverpool11682%
LucasLiverpool10465%
PalaciosTottenham10373%
CuéllarAston Villa9678%
PassersTeamPassesAccuracy
FabregasArsenal145880%
MascheranoLiverpool145383%
TerryChelsea135189%
HuddlestoneTottenham134180%
LucasLiverpool133684%
ScorersTeamGoalsGoal/shots
RooneyMan Utd2121%
DrogbaChelsea1717%
BentSunderland1525%
DefoeTottenham1522%
SahaEverton1321%
TeamGoalsShotsOn TargetShot AccuracySucc Passes
Arsenal6132716149%10662
Aston Villa322268939%5998
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