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Blast from the past: Windies blow Proteas away

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Blast from the past: Windies blow Proteas away

Sports reporter

Today in SA sports history: March 11

1996 — The Proteas are eliminated from their second World Cup tournament. Facing the West Indies in the quarterfinals in Karachi, coach Bob Woolmer decided to omit premier fast bowlers Allan Donald and Fanie de Villiers. The West Indies won the toss and batted first, and  Brian Lara knocked off 111 from 94 balls to push his team to 264/8. Andrew Hudson (54), Daryll Cullinan (69) and Hansie Cronje (40) led the chase, but it was insufficient and the West Indies win by 19 runs.

2000 — Vuyani Bungu suffers the only stoppage defeat of his career when he’s knocked out by mercurial Englishman Naseem Hamed in the fourth round in London. Bungu had relinquished his IBF junior-featherweight crown after 13 defences to move up a division for a big-money crack, but he never looked himself and was easily dispatched by the brash Naz...

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