If you ever doubted how much the Blue Bulls care about their fans and what they would do to prove it to them then you need to watch this!
The rugby team decided to face their own fears by singing ‘Stand By Me’ for their fans, film it and upload it to YouTube. This is the result.
It’s both admirable and cringe-worthy but you gotta love them for trying.
Take a look at the video below:
In 2007 the NBA launched its very own YouTube channel, realising the importance of social media and its ability to connect with, reach out to and entertain its fans.
Now the NBA is celebrating a huge milestone with its dedicated channel having reached 1 billion views. To officially celebrate this special occasion, the NBA has released a video mashup of some of its most viral and exciting online moments.
In November 2011, The NBA announced a plan to stream more than 350 of its minor league games live on YouTube.
The NBA also claims it has more than 325 million combined likes and followers for official player, team and league pages on Facebook and Twitter.
Watch the mashup in the video below:
Australian cricket legend Ricky Ponting has retired from cricket and taken to the field for the last time after the third test match against South Africa in Perth on Monday. Not quite the farewell Ponting was hoping for, the Proteas took the series winning the final test by 390 runs.
Pointing revealed that “I was more nervous for this game than for any other game that I have played, just for the reason how much it means to me to play for Australia and wanting to finish the right way.”
Not until the end of the match, during which he was so focussed on scoring runs, had his retirement from cricket sunk in.
The Wallabies snatched a victory over Wales, at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday with a last minute try from Kurtley Beale.
The 14-12 win added to Australian team’s victories over England and Italy while on tour.
Watch the action in the video below:
Source: Rugby Dump
Wales suffered their sixth defeat on Saturday 24th November after they were beaten 33-10 by the New Zealand All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
However, The Welsh team did manage to score an unexpected try with a thirteen man lineout in the second half of the match, with a scoreboard that read 33 – 0 in the All Black’s favour, using an old Warren Gatland trick that catches the opposition forwards totally off guard resulting in center Scott Williams taking the ball over the tryline.
Watch the try in the video below:
Young superstar and springbok Eben Etzebeth puts fellow springbok Bismark Du Plessis on his backside after running over the top of him in the semi final of the super rugby competition.
Etzebeth is showing signs of becoming one of the greatest locks of all time.
Watch Etzebeth in action in the video below: