Blast from the past: High five for Bok wing Terblanche against Italy

Today in SA sport history: June 19

18 June 2024 - 21:19

1965 — The Springboks lose their fourth Test in a row, going down 11-18 in their tour opener to Australia in Sydney. The teams scored two tries each, with winger Jannie Engelbrecht going over twice for the visitors. Lock Tiny Naude added a conversion and a penalty, but the difference came from Wallaby centre Beres Ellwood, who kicked four penalties...

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