Blast from the past: Jaguars bounce back to bite Boks

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Blast from the past: Jaguars bounce back to bite Boks

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Today in SA sports history: April 3

1982 — The Springboks, a week after smashing a South American team 50-18, are stunned to a 12-21 defeat in the second test in Bloemfontein. Argentina flyhalf Hugo Porta scored all the points for the visitors – a try, a conversion, four penalties and a drop. Danie Gerber scored SA’s only try, with Naas Botha nailing the conversion and adding two penalties.

1998 — Jacques Kallis scores an unbeaten 109 to help the Proteas trounce Pakistan by 52 runs in Durban in the opening match of a triangular tournament also featuring Sri Lanka. SA made 280/4 before bowling out the visitors for 228, with Lance Klusener taking 3/31 in his 10 overs...

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