Blasts from the past: Doc and Marks sort out Ghana in 1994
Today in SA sports history: November 26
1994 — The SA soccer team beat Ghana 2-1 in a Simba Cup four-nations match at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria. Marks Maponyane scored in the first half and Doctor Khumalo converted a penalty in the second half.
1994 — The Springboks complete an abbreviated end-of-year tour unbeaten as they down Wales 20-12 in Cardiff. Fullback Andre Joubert, eighthman Rudolf Straeuli, and left wing Chester Williams score tries, with flyhalf Hennie le Roux adding one conversion and a penalty...
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