- Lamprecht’s great form continues as he leads at Leopard Creek
- Jobodwana, Gelant shine at Speed Series in Durban
- Temple-Jones hard at work keeping Blitzboks in tip-top shape
- Klaasen bags a fourth ATP World Tour doubles title in the US
- Strauss hoping title defence will spark return to form
- Defending champ Venter makes his SA senior team debut
- Singh shoots Amajita to victory against Cameroon
- 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
Women’s footballers go down at Student Games
- Updated: July 4, 2015
The South African women’s football side suffered their second defeat at the World Student Games in Gwanju, South Korea on Saturday, writes Mark Etheridge.
After having losing out by a single strike in their 1-0 loss to the United States on Thursday, the South Africans lost to Canada in the Group D match played at the Naju Public Stadium.
Jessie Canlish put the Canadians 1-0 up in the 15th minute and Audrey Lagarde added another in the second half.
Sduduzo Dlamini picked up a yellow card for the South Africans who now bring up the rear in their group.
Their final game of the pool stages for Refiloe Jane’s girls is against France on Monday.