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1947 In South Africa - Events - July
5 July - The South Africa national football team beats the New Zealand national football team 6-0 at the Carisbrook Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand, in the South African tour of Australia and New Zealand 12 ...
History Of Rugby Union Matches Between The British And Irish Lions And South Africa - List of Matches
... Details Played Won by South Africa Won by Lions Drawn South Africa points British and Irish Lions points Overall 470 ... Date Venue Score Victor Series 4 July 2009 Ellis Park, Johannesburg 9 ...
1947 In South Africa - Events - June
7 June - The South Africa national football team loses to the Australia national football team 1-5 at the Newcastle Sports Grounds, Australia, in the South African tour of Australia and New Zealand 14 June - The ...
October 1 - Births
2009) 1922 – Kim Ki-young, South Korean director (d. 2001) 1928 – Laurence Harvey, Lithuanian-South African actor (d ... Robert Rey, Brazilian surgeon 1961 – Corrie van Zyl, South African cricketer 1962 – Esai Morales, American actor 1962 – Paul Walsh, English ...

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