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List Of Cricket And Rugby Union Players - Dual Internationals - Two Nations
... Name Cricket team Test Caps Ref Rugby team Test Caps Ref Gilbert Cook Ireland cricket team 0 England national rugby union team 1 Martin Donnelly New Zealand national cricket team 7 England national ...
List Of Cricket And Rugby Union Players - Dual Internationals - South Africa
... Name Cricket team Test Caps Ref Rugby team Test Caps Ref Biddy Anderson South African national cricket team 1 South Africa national rugby union team 3 Tony Harris South African ...
... some changes in 1848, is a poem by the Slovene Romantic poet France PreŇ°eren, considered the national poet of Slovenes ... On 27 September 1989, it became the national anthem of Slovenia ... the March Revolution in 1848 elevated into a national political programme ...
Maritzburg College - Notable Old Collegians - List of Notable Old Collegians (selected) (by Year of Matriculation)
... Committee, president of SA Lawn Tennis Association T Cochrane (1882), South African senator Maj-Gen WEC Tanner (1884), Chief of Staff of Union of South Africa Defence Force (U ... prefect), captain of 'the Greatest Springboks' of 1937 - the only South African national rugby team to have won a test series against the All Blacks in New Zealand Capt J Lloyd (1924), commodore Safmarine ...
List Of Cricket And Rugby Union Players - International Cricket - Domestic Rugby - South Africa
... Name Cricket team Test Caps Ref Rugby team Eddie Barlow South African national cricket team 30 Transvaal rugby union team Ernest Bock South African national cricket ...

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