Blast from the past: Holyfield TKOs Tyson to take world title
Today in SA sports history: November 9
1921 — SA’s cricketers hang on to force a draw in the first Test against Australia in Durban, reaching stumps on 184/7 chasing an impossible 392 for victory. Opener Charlie Frank made 38 and Dave Nourse an unbeaten 31.
1968 — France outscore the Springboks three tries to nil in Bordeaux, but the visitors still win the first Test 12-9. Flyhalf Piet Visagie nailed four penalties, three of them in the first half...
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