This Past Week In Sports (24 – 30 July 2017)


  • India’s Women were praised after losing to England by 9-runs.
  • Sri Lanka faces a great defeat against India, losing by 304 runs.
  • England set a daunting goal for South Africa, as they need around 400 runs to win.
  • India faces a selection ‘dilemma’ for the next test match, against Sri Lanka; after winning by 304 runs.


  • Kaizer Chiefs defeated Orlando Pirates 1-0 to retain the Carling Black Label Champion Cup
  • Manchester City defeated Tottenham Hotspurs 3-0 in an International Champions Cup friendly
  • Christiano Ronaldo faces accusations of tax evasion
  • Real Madrid’s captain, Sergio Ramos, approves of French striker Kylian Mbappe


  • Stephen Moore (Wallabies Captain) will be retiring with immediate effect.
  •  The Wallabies are adding an indigenous-themed jersey to their kit, for the first time.
  • South African rugby legend,  Welile “Bomza” Nkohla,  passed away last week Monday.
  • Australia’s flanker, Sean McMahon, has signed a 2-year deal with Japan.


  • WhatCulture’s Pro Wrestling World Cup Tournament Round of 16 Competitors have been confirmed
  • Ring Of Honor CEO, Joe Koff, says CM Punk is always welcome to ROH
  • Global Force Wrestling’s application to trademark four “Broken Universe” names was rejected by the United States Patent and Trademark Office
  • World Wrestling Entertainment filed for a trademark over the name “Taboo Tuesday”, which was once a PPV of theirs

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