April 18

  • Confederation Cup a New Challenge for Ahly

    CAF

    It's going to be a new challenge for Egyptian giants Al Ahly when they start their Orange CAF Confederation Cup campaign this Sunday by playing hosts to Morocco's Difaa Jadida at... Read more »

  • Oshana Join Erongo At the Top of Group B

    Namibian

    OSHANA beat Khomas 1-0 to join Erongo at the top of Group B. Read more »

  • Ohangwena Trounce Kavango in Thriller

    Namibian

    A second half goal from Isak Titus was enough to secure Ohangwena Region a 2 - 1 victory in a pulsating encounter played in front of an appreciative crowd on Friday afternoon. Read more »

  • Bafana Coach Absolved of Any Wrongdoing

    CAF

    Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund said he was happy to have been cleared of damaging allegations and was now looking forward to the Australasia tour of Australia and New Zealand... Read more »

  • Maigari - Why I Can Never Work Against Keshi, Eagles

    Daily Trust

    Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Alhaji Aminu Maigari, has described as puerile claims in some quarters that he was working against the success of the national team,... Read more »

  • Balogun to Run in Two Weeks

    Daily Trust

    Injured Super Eagles star, Leon Aderemi Balogun of German side, Fortuna Dusseldorf, has revealed that in two weeks time he should be fit to run like a footballer. Read more »

  • Petro De Luanda Beat 1º De Agosto in Angola Cup

    ANGOP

    Petro de Luanda defeated on Thursday night 1º de Agosto by 96-89, in the first leg match of the senior males basketball Angola cup, disputed at Luanda's Multi-purpose arena. Read more »

  • Namibia, SA and Westphalia Fight for Points On Good Friday

    Namibian

    Namibia lost 2-1 to Ghana on Thursday evening to set up a thrilling group stage finish on Good Friday where they will face Westphalia, who just need a draw to join Ghana in the... Read more »

  • Zambezi, Kunene in Goalless Draw

    Namibian

    Zambezi and Kunene were the first teams to walk on the sloping pitch of The Oscar Norich Stadium at The Namibian Newspaper Cup but both teams failed to hit the net. Read more »

  • Newspaper Cup Gets Underway

    Namibian

    THE Namibia Newspaper Cup officially got underway at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb on Friday morning, when the Governor of the Oshikoto region Penda Ya Ndakolo declared the... Read more »

  • Rio 2016 Olympics - Nigeria Called to Start Preparations

    Africa Top Sports

    Nigeria should already start preparing for the upcoming 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro to be held in Brazil. This is a call from a director of sports in the country of Goodluck... Read more »

  • Gor Juniors Take On Italy's National Under-18 Team At Kasarani Stadium

    The Star

    Gor Mahia under-19 team which plays in the Nairobi County League will play their friendly match against Italy's national under-18 team today at the Safaricom Stadium at Kasarani... Read more »

  • Champions Sinyolo and Kamusinga Survive a Scare

    The Star

    National hockey defending champions Friends School Kamusinga and Sinyolo Girls survived a scare in the preliminary round to slots for today's semi-finals at Shanzu Teachers... Read more »

  • Upper Hill in Semis

    The Star

    NATIONAL boys basketball defending champions Upper Hill yesterday cruised to the semi-finals of the Kenya Secondary Schools Term One Games after beating Northern representatives... Read more »

  • JMJ's Kim for Brazil International Camp

    The Star

    JMJ Academy's Lloyd Kim is set for a one-week football training camp courtesy of Coca Cola company. Kim captained JMJ to the national Copa title last year and was also the captain... Read more »

  • Nairobi 'B' Stun Mombasa to Earn Slot in the U-17s Tourney Final

    The Star

    Nairobi 'B' beat Mombasa by 14 runs to qualify for the finals of Cricket Kenya under-17 boys tournament. Read more »

  • All Set for the 2014 Total Quartz Economy

    The Star

    The 2014 Total Quartz Economy Run will take place on June 21. The event will be the 32nd in the annual series organised by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club and will follow an 84km route.... Read more »

  • FKF Gotv Shield Draw Set for Next Wednesday

    The Star

    The draw for this year's GOTV Shield will be conducted next Wednesday with 64 clubs drawn for the knockout tournament. Read more »

  • Shanghai Next Stop

    The Star

    World 3,000 metre steeplechase champion Milcah Chemos is among nine world champions and four Olympic gold medallists set to compete at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Shanghai,... Read more »

  • KCB Pooled With Blad in Chairman's Cup Tourney

    The Star

    Defending champions KCB have been drawn in pool "A" with Kenyatta University's Blak Blad, Technical University of Kenya and Masaku RFC in the Chairman's Cup rugby competition... Read more »

  • Gunners' Wenger Shot His Bolt a Long Time Ago and Should Just Go

    The Star

    Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger gestures during their English Premier League soccer match against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium in London August 20, 2011. Read more »

  • Ocholla Back in Training After Two-Week Break

    The Star

    Ulinzi Stars midfielder and captain Stephen Ochollah resumed training on Wednesday after being out for two weeks with a knee injury. Ochollah has missed the last three games and he... Read more »

  • Sofapaka in Dilemma

    The Star

    Sofapaka's Burundian striker Abdul Razak Fiston has rejoined his teammates and started training after returning from his home country last week. Read more »

  • Why ICC Won't Dump ZC

    The Herald

    ZIMBABWE Cricket might be a stricken ship,weighed down by a crippling debt fuelled by mounting costs and depressed income, but its status as a Full Member of the ICC isn't under... Read more »

  • Flame Lilly Face Lake Harvest

    The Herald

    FLAME LILLY face a tough test when they date Lake Harvest at Chikurubi in the World Navi Northern Region Division One league match this afternoon. Read more »

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