Blast from the past: SA thrash Oz in PE before taking a 22-year break
Today in SA sports history: March 10
1970 — SA’s cricketers play their last day of Test match before being forced into international isolation of 22 years. Playing in Port Elizabeth SA, captained by Ali Bacher, hammered Bill Lawry’s Australians by 323 runs for a 4-0 series whitewash. Chasing 570 runs for victory, the Aussies were bowled out for 246, with Mike Procter taking 6/73. Opener Barry Richards scored 81 and 126 in his two innings.
1992 — Welcome Ncita wins the IBF junior-featherweight title when he beats champion Fabrice Benichou in Tel Aviv, Israel. Ncita was SA’s seventh world champion, but the first from the Eastern Cape. ..
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