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South African cricket team in Australia in 1910–11

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South African cricket team in Australia in 1910–11

The South Africa national cricket team made its first tour of Australia in the 1910–11 season, playing a Test series of five matches against Australia. Australia won the series 4–1.

Series summary

References

  1. ^ CricketArchive – match scorecard
  2. ^ CricketArchive – match scorecard
  3. ^ CricketArchive – match scorecard
  4. ^ CricketArchive – match scorecard
  5. ^ CricketArchive – match scorecard

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