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SPEAKING OUT: South African Football Association President Kirsten Nematandani has spoken out strongly against the growing incidents of hooliganism within South African football, saying this disturbing development should be eliminated without delay. On Sunday, irate Mamelodi Sundowns supporters tore down barriers and knocked down the club dugout in protest after losing 2-0 to Moroka Swallows at Dobsonville Stadium. Nematandani said, "Most people go to watch soccer as a source of entertainment with their families, and they need to be protected from these thugs" (SAFA). ... The Central Districts Cricket Association "is interviewing applicants next week in its hunt for a director of cricket." Central Districts Cricket Association CEO Hugh Henderson Friday "would not disclose how many people are vying for the newly created position or where they were from," but he said that the fulltime or part-time position "entailed the responsibility of overseeing and coordinating the game in the fragmented region (HAWKE'S BAY TODAY, 9/29).