#CarOfTheWeek – The A5 Coupé, an Audi all star.

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The A5 – crafted for the future.

Luxury cars nowadays are very much about providing something for every possible need.

The German manufacturers in particular have exploded over the past 10 years model wise, with some variants sticking, some not.

The Audi A5 is a fine example of the former, and now a couple years old, still looks as striking and desireable as ever. Audi has always been a bit beige in my opinion compared to it’s competition, but the A5 was something that changed that brilliantly.

TheBounce’s Weekend Preview – 30 October.

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Australia’s fate lies in the hands of Steve Smith.

After last weekend’s action packed offering, things slow down a little as we finish the month of October.

But naturally there is still loads to enjoy from the football fields to a rather lifeless cricket oval in the UAE.

Don’t aimlessly scan through the channels, see what you need to watch right here in my preview.

#ManLines – 29 October edition.

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Headlines – For men – YEAH!!!

After a break last week, #ManLines is back!

Forget the headlines, here’s where you get the news you really need as a guy. It’s your one stop information shop, giving you things to share around the braai or on the golf course.

Things to live by, and things to make you a more informed man. Let’s get into it.

The 1974 Lions – mud islands’s greatest ever rugby team.

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A rugby read for the ages.

Western Province just beat the Lions locally in the Currie Cup, but either side of that this past weekend, I was reading about the unstoppable 1974 British Lions that swept everyone aside on a famous tour of South Africa in “When the Lions came to town” by Luke Alfred.

South African rugby was in a particularly dark place at that time, but even if they weren’t, these tourists were something very special and would probably have beaten anything in their day.

Let’s wind back the years and see them in action, and touch on some elements of the book.

The 2014 Currie Cup Final Preview.

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Time to raise Awehness.

Western Province have said the Golden Lions are the favourites, and the Golden Lions said they aren’t going to be drawn into mind games.

Truth is this one is tighter than a Scotsman at a bar, and it really can go either way.

Let’s then look at the factors influencing this ‘either way’ final that we have to enjoy this weekend.