Blast from the past: Reggie’s form not enough Down Under

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Blast from the past: Reggie’s form not enough Down Under


Today in SA sports history: December 10
1910 — Reggie Schwarz, a medium pacer also capable of bowling off-breaks, takes five wickets on the second day of SA’s first cricket test in Australia. He finished with 5/102 from 25 overs at the Sydney Cricket Ground after the home side were bowled out for 528. It didn't help SA, however, who lost the match by an innings and 114 runs, and the series 1-4.

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