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Today in SA sports history: November 16

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Today in SA sports history: November 16

1921 — Opener Charlie Frank scores 152 and Dave Nourse 111 in SA’s follow-on innings to draw the second Test against Australia at Old Wanderers in Johannesburg. They declared on 472/8 to set Australia a target of 266, but the home team managed to bowl only one over and four balls. The visitors had scored 450 in their first innings, with captain Herbie Collins making 203 and Jack Gregory 119. Claude Carter took 6/91.

1968 — Wingers Jannie Engelbrecht and Syd Nomis score two of SA’s three tries as they beat France 16-11 in Colombes to wrap up the two-match series 2-0. Scrumhalf and captain Dawie de Villiers went over for the third try...

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