It is so late that it is too late. This is a shame as it has been a very interesting day.
The press conference was fascinating. The chief executive of the local organising committee lost his rag. Really went up in flap. Some idiot journalist asked him if he was disappointed that they'd only sold 563,000 tickets out of 850,000.
"We said our target was 500,000 which takes you above two thirds," he boomed. "We've gone beyond that but you're getting these questions. I really don't know what will satisfy the media."
And then he went on about other things like the Olympics and the Euros not being sell outs.
He has a point but clearly someone had been getting at him long before I asked for a breakdown of sales at the venues.
On the subject of idiocy. I feel rather bad about being up so late. But I'll doubtless be out late after the two matches on Saturday. The second one starts at 9pm. That means that I won't be out of the mixed zone until midnight.
I'm leaving for Nelspruit on Sunday. The plane leaves at 1110. And there'll doubtless be queueing.
At least there's no queue to get into bed.