Blast from the past: A first for SA as Dunt rifles around for a medal
Today in SA sports history: October 12
1962 — Marjorie Dunt of Bloemfontein, the only woman in the SA team, wins the nation’s first-ever shooting world championship medal, taking silver in the now-defunct women’s 50m free rifle prone competition in Cairo, Egypt.
1994 — Hansie Cronje scores an unbeaten 98, but the Proteas end on 201/8, losing to Australia by six runs in a triangular ODI in Lahore, Pakistan...
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