Blast from the past: No can Ndou as Phillip fails against Mayweather
Today in SA sports history: November 1
1996 — Lance Klusener hits an unbeaten 88 and Andrew Hudson 68, as the Proteas score 239/2 to beat Australia by eight wickets in Guwahati and maintain their unbeaten run in the three-nation tournament.
1998 — Jacques Kallis takes five wickets to help the Proteas beat West Indies and lift the Champions Trophy — to date the only ICC tournament won by SA. Skipper Hansie Cronje won the toss and put the West Indians in to bat first. Opener Philo Wallace made 103 and Carl Hooper 49 before the side was dismissed for 245. Cronje top-scored for SA with 61 not out as the Proteas wrapped up the game with 18 balls remaining...
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