Blast from the past: Makambi stops Dobson to win middleweight crown
Today in SA sport history: December 11
1992 — Andrew Hudson scores 87 as SA make 214/5 in their 50 overs, but it’s not enough to stop India winning the third ODI at Centurion by four wickets to pull back to 1-2 in the seven-match series. Opener Woorkeri Raman scored 114 for the visitors, who won with five balls to spare.
1994 — Dave Callaghan scores an unbeaten 169 off 143 balls as the Proteas score 314/7 and beat New Zealand by 81 runs in a four-nations tournament match. Callaghan and Eric Simons each took three wickets to help bowl out the visitors for 233. Kiwi wicketkeeper Adam Parore made 108.
1997 — The Proteas beat New Zealand by one run in a Tri-Nations ODI in Hobart, with Lance Klusener conceding only nine runs off the final over. Klusener took the Man-of-the-Match award for his iron nerve as well as his 37 contribution to SA’s total of 174/9 and his 3/46...
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