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Simon Haydon

Simon Haydon

    It will be lonely for referees at World Cup
    It will be lonely for referees at World Cup
    Soccer fans will be able to enjoy every detail of the Soccer World Cup using the most up-to-date technology, but the referees who make the...
    So long, World Cup
    So long, World Cup
    Australia trounced South Africa by seven wickets on Wednesday to move smoothly into the final of the Cricket World Cup, chasing down a paltry...
    Another coach lays down the bat
    Another coach lays down the bat
    The West Indies' Bennett King became the latest international coach to quit on Monday as the revolving doors of cricket management gathered...
    Can SA shed 'chokers' tag?
    Can SA shed 'chokers' tag?
    Weary of its reputation of being unable to win the big match, South Africa gets another chance to rid itself of the "choker" label with another...
    SA, England chase last semifinal spot
    SA, England chase last semifinal spot
    The South Africans call it a World Cup quarterfinal. England has another chance it didn't expect.
    Ireland keep the party going with win over Bangladesh
    Ireland keep the party going with win over Bangladesh
    The Irish are famed around the world for knowing how to throw a party. Now Ireland's cricketers are not just joining world cricket's biggest club,...
    SA cricketers set to steamroller Bangladesh
    SA cricketers set to steamroller Bangladesh
    South Africa are looking to sweep aside the challenge of Bangladesh in a Super Eights match on Saturday and take a maximum six points from the...
    Secret signals of the World Cup
    Secret signals of the World Cup
    If the soccer gets boring at the World Cup, watch out for the secret signals between the match officials running the game.