Blast from the past: Donald amasses scalps in historic Harare Test

12 October 2020 - 20:05

1902 — Left-hander Charlie Llewellyn takes 6/92 as SA bowl out Australia for 296 for a first-innings lead of 158 at the Old Wanderers in the first Test between these two nations. But the visitors scored well in their second innings to force a draw. This was the first time SA had not lost a match, having been beaten in their first eight tests, all against England, from 1889 to 1899. Making his debut for the hosts was England-born Dave Nourse, who scored 72 in the first innings.

1952 — Jake Tuli, newly crowned British Empire flyweight boxing champion, knocks out Yorkshireman Jimmy Pearce in the eighth round in Newcastle...

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