1904 in New Zealand

1904 in New Zealand

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The 1904 British Isles tour to New Zealand and Australia was the sixth tour by a British Isles rugby union team and the third to New Zealand or Australia. Tour captain(s) ‎: ‎ David Bedell-Sivright.
HMS New Zealand was a King Edward VII-class battleship of the Royal Navy. Like all ships of the class she was named after an important part of the British. 1904 in New Zealand

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Years in New Zealand. They won the matches against Canterbury and Otago but were held to a draw in the first match against New Zealand. Gwyn Nicholls was unavailable, but Wales still provided five of its most famous names behind the scrum in Percy Bush, Rhys Gabe, Willie Llewellyn, Teddy Morgan and Tommy Vile. The Australians played first-class matches against provincial teams Canterbury and Otago. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.