- Pace bounces back with strong finish in Thailand
- Blitzboks take it easy before Las Vegas Sevens
- Maripa bags first title of the year in Bolton
- England wrap up Summer Series with 2-0 win against SA
- Five more Meet records at SA Grand Prix
- Fichardt nails 15th Sunshine Tour win at Joburg Open
- SA duo struggle at Tokyo Marathon
- Le Clos leads the way at SA Grand Prix in Stellenbosch
- SA women lead but go down to England in Summer Series
- Rain delay shortens Joburg Open still further
SASCOC appeals Court’s decision on ASA/Lane
- Updated: September 19, 2013
SASCOC notes the decision handed down by His Lordship the Honourable Judge Wright in the South Gauteng High Court today, being 19 September 2013.
SASCOC however does not agree with the order handed down and is currently consulting with its legal team. SASCOC is of the opinion that the Court erred in its findings and conclusions, more specifically in relation to Ms Lanes resignation and SASCOCs authority and powers and where such powers emanate from.
SASCOC further notes that Ms Lane was not awarded the interdictory relief she sought against SASCOC.
SASCOC will be seeking leave to appeal the judgment.