Top four sport stories you NEED to read

Cape Town - Sport24 produces (get this) over a hundred articles a day... Yes, we're that awesome!

So naturally there's a few articles that even our most ardent readers miss and in case you have... here are our top FOUR stories that might have slipped your browser feed:

1. BOSCH NOT READY FOR BOKS

It turns out that Curwin Bosch can't walk on water.

Who knew?

Sport24's Lloyd Burnard thinks the decision to leave Bosch out of the Springbok set-up for June is the correct one following the Junior Boks performance at the World Rugby U-20 Championship.

Click to read Burnard's reasoning

2. AB SAYS SORRY

Proteas skipper AB de Villiers has apologised for the way South Africa performed at this year's ICC Champions Trophy.

South Africa failed to make it through to the semi-finals of the tournament after losing their 'quarter-final' to India on Sunday in a dramatic and embarrassing fashion.

But it's a bit too late to say sorry, AB...

Click to read AB's apology

3. BOKS MUST STICK WITH VENTER

Everything possible must be done to extend Brendan Venter's Springbok consultancy, so says columnist Mark Keohane...

Venter, who has joined the Boks as defence and exit coach on a consultancy basis, is currently contracted to the Italian Rugby Federation until the end of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

Venter has publicly stated he would again NEVER coach against the Springboks but there's been an increased efforts to ensure some former coaches will join South Africa's national rugby set-up.

Click to read Keohane's reasoning

4. DOMINGO HAS 48 HOURS!!

Proteas coach Russell Domingo reportedly has until Friday to reapply for his job.

Domingo's contract runs until the end of August when the Proteas' tour of England concludes.

But Domingo has been mum over whether he'll reapply for the post...

Click to read just how Domingo's time is running out...

Images: Gallo/Getty

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