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From the archive: Scotland 8 - 5 South Africa - 19 April, 1965

Scotland prop Norman Suddon lunges to make a tackle. Picture: TSPL

Scotland prop Norman Suddon lunges to make a tackle. Picture: TSPL

THE South African side, whom Scotland beat by a goal and a dropped goal to a goal, were of uneven talent, tactically suspect and patently short of match practice – but, as PG Wodehouse used to say, slice it where you will, they were still Springboks.

 

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