Knight crushes Bennett's Lions
Phil Bennett's Lions were thwarted on this day in 1977 © Getty Images
Scrum-half Doug Morgan scored all of the Lions' points, with a try, conversion and penalty but Knight's late try and two penalties from fullback Bevan Wilson proved too much for the tourists.
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Tries from flanker Moke Belliss and wingers John Steel and Percival Storey proved decisive for the home side, who were cheered on by a crowd of 25,000.
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