England V Springboks 1952

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    Twickenham, Middlesex. South Africa V England - International Rugby.

    GV England in White kick off... Left to Right. GV Crowd. SV J. E. Woodward receives tackled by J. K. Ochse... Ochse rips Woodward's shorts......

    SV Crowd. SV Players circle Woodward as he changes... old shorts thrown away.

    SV Crowd. LS Lead to Springboks first try.... Scrum on Line.

    SV Crowd. LV P. A. Du Toit touched down from scum.

    SV Crowd. LS Muller converting

    GV Crowd cheering. SV England tackling, gaining ball and kicking up field.

    LV Crowd. SV Hook taking penalty and misses. Springboks miss-handle and Winn follows up to touchdown.

    SV. Half time board... England 3 Springboks 5......

    LV General play until Johnstone picks up loose ball to be hurled over by English player. SV Both teams fighting for ball they all fall over line. GV Crowd. Penalty for Springboks. Muller takes kick. Ball hits post but goes over. ....

    SV Muddy players leaving field.

    South Africa beat England - 8 Points to 3

    (Mute. Lav.) (Orig. C.)

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    01:45:43:00 / 01:47:16:00
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    England Rugby Union - ILC springboks England v South Africa - Rugby Rugby: England V South Africa (Springboks) South Africa (Springboks)
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