• Short Summary

    Australia's cricketing brothers, Ian and Greg Chappell, won the Datsun Double Wicket Competition final at the Wanderers Ground, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday (20 September).

  • Description

    1.
    GV Ian Chappell bowls to Richards, who hits high, but is dropped. Scoreboard. (2 shots)
    0.18

    2.
    GV Greg Chappell to Barlow and crowd, (2 shots)
    0.29

    3.
    GV Ian Chappell bowls to Richards, who hits four; crowd. (2 shots)
    0.42

    4.
    GV Ian Chappell bowls to Richards, who hits four end of innings, players walk off. (2 shots)
    0.53

    5.
    GV Crowd and scoreboard. (2 shots)
    0.58

    6.
    GV Bowler bowling to Ian Chappell, who is out, and scoreboard. (2 shots)
    1.09

    7.
    GV Richards bowls to Greg Chappell, who takes three runs, and crowd. (2 shots)
    1.23

    8.
    GV Richards bowls go Greg Chappell, who hits winning run. Crowd invades pitch.
    1.41



    Initials CL/0043


    SPORT: CRICKET

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Australia's cricketing brothers, Ian and Greg Chappell, won the Datsun Double Wicket Competition final at the Wanderers Ground, Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday (20 September).

    the Australian pair beat the host nation's A side of Barry Richards and Eddie Barlow, by four runs in the final.

    South Africa batted first and scored 37 runs, with Ian Chappell taking both wickets. But it was Greg who really steered Australia to victory.

    Ian was bowled by Barlow for one run and the Australians' task looked formidable until the elegant Greg took command and hit forty runs ... appropriately hitting the winner with a four.

    For their efforts, the Chappell brothers walked off with the first prize cheque of R1000 (about 680 pounds sterling).

    The multi-racial competition included teams from New Zealand, Rhodesia, England, Israel, Pakistan, West Indies and a black South African side.

    The biggest hitting of the final day came in the match for the play-off for third place between South Africa B and the West Indies.

    Springbok left-hander Lee Irvine blazed 70 runs in 23 minutes with two sixes and 11 fours. South Africa B beat the West Indies by 56.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA2JQTA68Y2WRNFGE6YF0JIMWY2
    Media URN:
    VLVA2JQTA68Y2WRNFGE6YF0JIMWY2
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    22/09/1975
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:41:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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