Caught Behind: Race and Politics in Springbok Cricket
South Africa‚??s participation in international cricket has been bedeviled by racism and the political intervention of governments virtually from the beginning. This book is a compulsively readable account of the events and political machinations that led to South Africa‚??s cricket isolation in the apartheid era and its ultimate readmission.
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The Segregation Era 191048
Cricket and the Sports Boycott
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African Cricket Association apartheid April Australia Basil D'Oliveira Billy Griffith black cricket Board of Control bowler Bradman British Brutus cancellation Cape Town captain Cheetham coloured cricket in South cricket tour Cricket Union Currie Cup D'Oliveira Affair delegation Dennis Brutus Douglas-Home Gleneagles Agreement Griffith Hassan Howa Hendricks included international cricket Johannesburg Koornhof Llewellyn London Lord's MCC Committee MCC team MCC tour meeting multi-racial Natal non-racial Odendaal Olympic organised Pamensky Peter Hain played players political Prime Minister Race racial Rand Dailv Mail represented rugby SACA SACA minutes SACA's SACBOC SACU SANROC segregation selection selectors September South Africa South African cricket South African sport South African team South African tour sports boycott sports policy Springbok team to tour Test cricket Test match tour of England tour of South tour South Africa tournament Transvaal Varachia Vorster West Indies Western Province Cricket white cricket white South African wickets Zealand