Weekend Sport on TV

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Weekend Sport on TV


TODAY

Athletics

IAAF world junior championships, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, 11.20pm SS7.

Boxing

Blow by Blow, 10pm SABC2.

Cricket

Second Test, Pakistan v Australia, Headingley, Leeds, England, 11.15am SS5.

Cycling

Tour de France, 18th stage, 2.45pm SS2/SS HD.

Golf

Scandinavian Masters, Stockholm, Sweden, 2.30pm SS7.

Senior Open Championship, Carnoustie, Scotland, 5.30pm SS7.

Canadian Open, Etobicoke, Ontario, 9pm SS2/SS HD/10.50pm CSN.

Motorsport

German Formula One Grand Prix, Hockenheim, practice 1, 9.50am SS2; practice 2, 1.50pm SS6.

German GP 2, practice, 11.50am SS2; qualifying, 3.50pm SS6.

Rugby

Currie Cup, Premier Division, Leopards v Western Province, Potchefstroom, 7pm CSN/SS1/SS1A.

Saru under-21, Leopards v Western Province, 9pm SS1/SS1A.

Currie Cup, First Division, Eastern Province v Griffons, Port Elizabeth, 4.50pm CSN/SS1/SS1A.

Four Nations under-18, France v Namibia, Port Elizabeth, 12.50pm CSN/SS1/SS1A; South Africa v England, Port Elizabeth, 2.50pm CSN/SS1/SS1A.

Tennis

Hamburg Open, quarter-finals, 4.30pm SS6.

TOMORROW

Athletics

IAAF world junior championships, Moncton, New Brunswick, 6.20pm SS6/MaXimo.

Cricket

Second Test, Pakistan v Australia, Headingley, Leeds, England, 11.15am SS5.

Cycling

Tour de France, 19th stage, 2.25pm SS6/SS HD/4pm CSN.

Golf

Scandinavian Masters, Stockholm, Sweden, 12.30pm SS7.

Senior Open Championship, Carnoustie, Scotland, 4.30pm SS7.

Canadian Open, Etobicoke, Ontario, 9pm SS1/SS HD/10.30pm CSN.

Motorsport

German Formula One Grand Prix, Hockenheim, practice 3, 10. …

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