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... The touring English side played nine tour matches in addition to the scheduled four Test matches, beginning with a one-day contest against a Western Province Combined XI ... South Africa began their first women's Test match on 2 December 1960 at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth—the same venue as used for first men's Test match in the country in 1889 ... After another draw in the second Test, England claimed victory in the third by eight wickets, and a draw in the final Test gave the touring side a 1–0 series victory ...
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