Blasts from the past: Durban massacre is SA’s worst home defeat

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Blasts from the past: Durban massacre is SA’s worst home defeat

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Today in SA sports history: October 8

1994 — Legendary coach Kitch Christie goes into his first match with the Springboks, who host Argentina for the first time. They comfortably beat the South Americans 42-22 in Port Elizabeth, with scrumhalf Johan Roux scoring two tries and eighthman Tiaan Strauss, winger Chester Williams and flyhalf Joel Stransky dotting down once each.

2005 — Sibusiso Zuma scores two goals as Bafana Bafana fight from one goal down at half time to draw 2-2 against the Democratic Republic of Congo in Durban. The result secured SA’s qualification to the 2006 African Nations Cup in Egypt...

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