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Graeme Pollock is congratulated by Dudley Nourse after his innings of 274, South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Durban, February 6, 1970

Graeme Pollock is congratulated by Dudley Nourse after his innings of 274, South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Durban, February 6, 1970

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Dudley Nourse bats, April 1951
Dudley Nourse batsGetty Images
The South African squad playing the tour opener in Worcester. Back row, from left: Denis Lindsay, Athol Rowan, Jack Plimsoll, Lindsay Tuckett, Tufty Mann and Denis Begbie; Front row: Ken Viljoen, Dudley Nourse, Alan Melville (captain), Bruce Mitchell and Dennis Dyer, April 30, 1947
The South African squad playing the tour opener in WorcesterGetty Images
The South Africa side for the Timeless Test, South Africa v England, 5th Test, Durban, March 3, 1939.  TA Deevin (manager), Eric Rowan, Chud Langton, Pieter van der Bijl, ES Newson, Ronnie Grieveson, Norman Gordon. Front: Ken Viljoen, Bruce Mitchell, Alan Melville (capt),  Eric Dalton, Dudley Nourse.
The South Africa side for the Timeless TestESPNcricinfo Ltd
The 1951 South African tour party to England. Back row (left to right): Clive van Ryneveld, Athol Rowan, John Waite, Jackie McGlew, Roy McLean, Cuan McCarthy, Russell Endean, Michael Melle and Percy Mansell. Sitting: Geoffrey Chubb, Eric Rowan, Dudley Nourse, Jack Cheetham, George Fullerton and Norman Mann
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George Mann waits for Dudley Nourse to toss the coin at Newlands, South Africa v England, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 1st day, January 1, 1949
George Mann waits for Dudley Nourse to toss the coin at NewlandsGetty Images
Dudley Nourse cuts for four on his way to a hundred, South Africa v England, 5th Test, Durban, March 4, 1939
Dudley Nourse cuts for four on his way to a hundredESPNcricinfo Ltd