IOL - Sport Sergeal gets Bok Test call-up 2016-10-22T17:30:00.000000Z Cheetahs wing Sergeal Petersen has been rewarded for a stellar 2016 by receiving his first Springbok call-up. Arsenal frustrated by Middlesbrough 2016-10-22T17:05:38.000000Z Arsene Wenger failed to collect the one birthday present he really coveted as his Arsenal side missed a golden opportunity to open daylight on their rivals at the top of the Premier League. Bok squad named for tour of Europe 2016-10-22T17:02:00.000000Z Up to four new players in the Springbok team are in line to make their debuts in Europe next month when Allister Coetzee’s team take on England, Italy and Wales. Sundowns find support amongst Egyptians 2016-10-22T16:36:17.000000Z The rivalry between Egyptian giants Zamalek and Al-Ahly is so intense, that quite a few Al-Ahly fans will be rooting for Sundowns in the second leg of the CAF Champions League final. Wits come unstuck against ‘bogey’ team Stars 2016-10-22T16:15:40.000000Z Free State Stars defied the odds to outsmart Gavin Hunt’s Wits in the last 16 of the Telkom Knockout, running out 3-1 winners over the Clever Boys. Cheetahs are the Currie Cup kings! 2016-10-22T16:00:00.000000Z Justice was done in Bloemfontein on Saturday as the Free State Cheetahs clinched their fifth Currie Cup title with a 36-16 win over the Blue Bulls. Tovey on track to be discharged 2016-10-22T13:32:29.000000Z Safa Technical Director, Neil Tovey who suffered a heart attack, will be discharged from hospital in the next day or two his brother Mark Tovey confirmed. Fellaini was a panic buy - Giggs 2016-10-22T12:49:24.000000Z Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has described former manager David Moyes's decision to buy Marouane Fellaini from Everton in September 2013 as a "panic" buy. Kuznetsova secures final WTA Finals berth 2016-10-22T12:32:21.000000Z Russia's Svetlana Kuznetsova defended her Kremlin Cup title in Moscow on Saturday and secured a place at the season-ending WTA Finals. Wallabies coach bitter after defeat 2016-10-22T12:20:36.000000Z Bitter Wallabies' coach Michael Cheika refused to congratulate the All Blacks on their world record number of wins Saturday.