In City Press Sport: Baxter in a tease, Semenya takes IAAF fight all the way, where are women coaches?

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press Sport section today:

Where are women coaches at their World Cup?

Gender equality? What gender equality? There are only nine women coaches in charge of their national teams at the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup.

Persistence is this rugby player’s calling card

Meet the 37-year-old rugby player who has played for all South African unions, won a Super Rugby title with a New Zealand franchise, but is still going.

Semenya fights to have IAAF ruling nullified

Caster Semenya is taking her fight against the IAAF all the way to the end as she wants to continue running her favourite 800m.

From the classroom to the field and back

Read how retired South African whistleman Jerome Damon has come full circle from being a teacher to being a top international referee and now back in the classroom to teach referees how it’s done.

What a shame!

How a peeved 14-year-old boy showed his disagreement by exposing himself to a female football referee.

Bucs welcome top trio of players

Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs have gone into the transfer market in a bid to turn their fortunes after years of failures.

Bafana coach Stuart Baxter in a tease

Who will Baxter drop from his 27-man provisional Afcon squad? Is he the right man for the job as he has started making excuses with only a fortnight to go before the tournament in Egypt?

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Publish date : 2019-06-09 06:07:00

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