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PDBY Featured Athlete: Inga Hendrick

UP’s women’s basketball captain, Inga Hendrick, recently led her team to victory in the 2021 Rising Sun Women’s Basketball Tournament. Hendrick spoke to PDBY about her passion for basketball and her career so far. 

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Q & A with Sango Xamlashe

UP rugby captain, Sango Xamlashe, began with the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein, was offered a contract with the Blue Bulls in Pretoria and has moved to UP. Since then, he’s become captain of the UP rugby team and led his teammates to a championship win in the 2021 Varsity Cup. After roasting us for never being to the High-Performance Center, Xamlashe and PDBY met for a post-win catch up before he’s back to training for the Curry Cup and Carlton Cup. 

The 438 match

On 12 March 2006 at the Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, the fifth One Day International (ODI) match between the South African (Proteas) and Australian (Aussies) cricket team was played. This five-game series was tied 2-2, with the Proteas winning the first two matches and the Aussies winning the following two. This fifth match was the series decider. 

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