Morning Sports Wrap - 12 November 2016

Morning Sports Wrap - 12 November 2016

South Africa have ended day one of the second cricket Test against Australia on 171 for five in their first innings. Dean Elgar is out for 17, Stephen Cook 23, Faf du Plessis seven, JP Duminy one and Hashim Amla 47.

Paul Pogba
Temba Bavuma is undefeated on 38.
Australia, who batted first after losing the toss in Hobart, were earlier dismissed for 85.
Steven Smith top scored for the Aussies with an unbeaten 48.
Vernon Philander claimed five for 21 for the Proteas, while Kyle Abbott took three for 41.
Philander hurt his shoulder in taking his five wickets and was forced to leave the field.
South Africa won the first of three Tests.

Our domestic T20 Challenge competition gets underway today with a double-header at the Wanderers.
The Knights will meet the Cobras in the opening game, while the second match will feature the Lions and Multiply Titans.
Hollywoodbets Dolphins will launch their T20 Challenge campaign in Durban tomorrow.
They will be up against the Warriors at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead.

England have beaten Scotland 3-0 in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill scored the England goals.
England are top of Group F.
They are two points clear of closest rivals Slovenia.
France are three points ahead of Sweden at the top of Group A.
France defeated Sweden 2-1 last night.
Paul Pogba and Dimitri Payet netted for France in Paris.
Germany won 8-0 in a World Cup qualifier in San Marino last night.
Serge Gnabry, a former Arsenal midfielder, scored a hat-trick on his Germany debut.
Bafana Bafana have a World Cup qualifying date with Senegal this afternoon.
The game will take place in Polokwane.

The Springboks will be in action from 16h30 onwards South African time this afternoon.
They will face England at Twickenham.
The Boks have won 23 of their 37 meetings with England to date.

Alex Noren leads after two days of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
Noren is two strokes clear of a group of players including Jaco van Zyl, George Coetzee and Louis Oosthuizen.
Branden Grace is four shots off the lead at Sun City.

Sunette Viljoen has tweeted that she has now received the R70 000 she was promised for winning silver at the Rio Olympics.

(File Photo: AFP)

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