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All Black and Amber

The story of how Newport RFC acchieved its greatest triumph and why the result should stand above all others is fully explained in a book that also considers the major events that made 1963 one of the most significant years of the post-war ...

Author : Steve Lewis

Release : 2014-05-15

Publisher : Y Lolfa

ISBN : 1847717381

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On 30 Ocober 1963 Newport RFC recorded a historic victory over the Fifth New Zealand All Blacks. It was the only defeat syffered on their 36-match tour. Fifty years on it should be recognised as the finest performance by any team against the mighty All Blacks outside the international arena. But it isn't - until now. The story of how Newport RFC acchieved its greatest triumph and why the result should stand above all others is fully explained in a book that also considers the major events that made 1963 one of the most significant years of the post-war era.

Newport Rugby Greats

It was the young centre's run and cross kick that resulted in the try by Birt that won
the match. A stuffed Springbok head was presented to the club after their famous
victory. The scale of this win equals the 1963 victory over the All Blacks, but is ...

Author : Peter Jones

Release : 2016-01-15

Publisher : Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN : 1445656884

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Tracing the club’s most iconic and successful players and managers.

Who Beat the All Blacks

waiting. game. Rugby may have many problems, but the greatest is undoubtedly
that of the persistence of summer. Chris Laidlaw, 57 caps for the All Blacks (1963
–1970) An All Blacks tour to these shores in the 1950s, '60s and into the '70s ...

Author : Alun Gibbard

Release : 2013-04-22

Publisher : Y Lolfa

ISBN : 184771711X

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This book commemorates one of the top ten greatest rugby moments ever, a match on 31 October 1972. The teams and score: Llanelli 9 New Zealand 3. The day's events are recalled by those who were there.

Stand Up And Fight

Chapter Three All Blacks and Angel Rapers Limerick, 1963 The triumphant tour
of 1905 convinced the people of New Zealand that they might be rugby's chosen
ones; the Second All Blacks left them in no doubt, winning all thirty-two matches
when they came to the ... The city that welcomed them back in 1963 was greatly
changed: this time, thousands were not locked outside the big match for the want
of ...

Author : Alan English

Release : 2014-11-21

Publisher : Random House

ISBN : 1446442764

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31/10/1978 Thomond Park. One of the greatest days in rugby history, Munster beat the All Blacks. More than 100,000 people claimed to have watched the game, even though the ground could only hold 12,000. In this 40th anniversary edition of the widely acclaimed Stand Up and Fight, Alan English revisits some of the key characters involved in this extraordinary story to offer a fully updated account of this extraordinary match.

Dragons and All Blacks

In 1953, the New Zealand Rugby Union's reaction to defeat was to invite Wales to
visit them on tour. ... Wales, playing a slightly weaker All Black team (although
weakness is a relative concept when it involves giving a game to reserves ... he
returned to Britain in 1963, but three players from the 1963 match – Norman Gale
of Wales, Malcolm Dick and Colin Meads of New Zealand – played again in 1967

Author : Huw Richards

Release : 2012-04-20

Publisher : Random House

ISBN : 1780574851

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'The Bounce of the Century' they called it. A ball kicked across Cardiff Arms Park in the dying minutes of a match between two of international rugby's fiercest rivals. The world's two greatest wingers waited as it bounced towards them, knowing that whoever caught the ball would score and win the match for his country. Dragons and All Blacks tells what happened when Wales played New Zealand in 1953. The story is written from contemporary accounts and the memories of the men who played that day, including Bob Stuart and Bleddyn Williams, for many of whom the match was the highlight of a career. The book retells the stories of the two teams and the men who played for them, and charts the events of their lives: how they got to that meeting point in Cardiff in December 1953 and what has happened to them in the half-century since. Dragons and All Blacks examines the remarkable relationship between two countries on opposite sides of the world, brought together by a mutual passion for rugby with few parallels elsewhere. It shows how their rivalry has developed over a century - from perhaps the greatest of all rugby matches in 1905 to the single-point thriller of 2004 - and looks to its future in the aftermath of the 2005 Welsh Grand Slam and Lions tour of New Zealand.

New Zealand Books in Print

Reed 1963 18/6 Hill, M. Whine ray's men; a pictorial record of the 1963-64 All
Blacks. NZ Newsp ... 45/McKenzie, N. 1961 22/6 McLean, T. 1960 18/6 ---- Cock
of the Rugby roost. 1961 18/6 W&T Reed W&T Run to On with the game. Beaten
by ...

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Release : 1964

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The World of Rugby

A History of Rugby Union Football John Reason, Carwyn James. McLoughlin ,
who was to contribute so much ... The All Blacks lost only one match on tour in
1963 - 64 , and that was against Newport . Dick Uzzell dropped a goal for
Newport to ...

Author : John Reason

Release : 1979

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The History of Botany, 1788-1963

RUGBY FOOTBALL First mention of football in Australia was made by the Monitor
in 1829 when a reference was made to the soldiers in the barracks who were “ in
the habit of amusing themselves with the game of foot - ball ” . ... following the
playing of matches under Union rules between a team organised by James T .
Giltinan , Vic Trumper and Alick Burdon and the visiting New Zealand All Blacks .

Author : Frederick A. Larcombe

Release : 1963

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Mud in Your Eye

The performance of the 1963 – 64 team was all the more remarkable for its
astonishing consistency over a period of nearly five months . ... Rugby under the
old pre - 1965 rules , with unlimited lineouts and no enforced distance between
back lines , was a ... And this is precisely what the ' 63 – 264 All Blacks did . In the
lineout they were never bettered ( except perhaps in the match against Scotland )

Author : Chris Laidlaw

Release : 1973

Publisher : Raupo


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Red Dragons of Rugby

At the next meeting , once more at Cardiff Arms Park , in 1963 , the All Blacks
were entirely concentrated upon victory ... a try ; and though they were happy
about winning , they would have liked to play the game over again , and do better

Author : Terry McLean

Release : 1969

Publisher : Raupo


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A Game for Hooligans

Half of the squad – 13 – played for an Auckland team that was dominating
domestic rugby. The previous record for retaining the Ranfurly Shield had been
26 matches, by Auckland between 1960 and 1963. This Auckland team would ...
David Kirk, scrum-half for Auckland and the All Blacks, remembered: Auckland
believed they could do better with the ball than anyone else. This was the new
world of ...

Author : Huw Richards

Release : 2011-09-30

Publisher : Random House

ISBN : 1780573286

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Rugby union has undergone immense change in the past two decades - introducing a World Cup, accepting professionalism and creating a global market in players - yet no authoritative English-language general history of the game has been published in that time. Until now. A Game for Hooligans brings the game's colourful story up to date to include the 2007 World Cup. It covers all of the great matches, teams and players but also explores the social, political and economic changes that have affected the course of rugby's development. It is an international history, covering not only Britain and France but also the great rugby powers of the southern hemisphere and other successful rugby nations, including Argentina, Fiji and Japan. Contained within are the answers to many intriguing questions concerning the game, such as why 1895 is the most important date in both rugby-union and rugby-league history and how New Zealand became so good and have remained so good for so long. There is also a wealth of anecdotes, including allegations of devil-worship at a Welsh rugby club and an account of the game's contribution to the Cuban Revolution. This is a must-read for any fan of the oval ball.

Purnell's Encyclopedia of Sport

RUGBY UNION ' MOSTS ' Points * Internationals 72 France ( 72 - 3 v Romania ,
Olympic Games ) 1924 Home Countries 69 England ... John ( Australia ) ,
captained Australia through that most successful period of their history ( 1963
64 ) when England and New Zealand ... Individual tries Match International 8 4 4
4 Rodney Heeps ( All Blacks v Northern NSW ) 1962 Ronnie Poulton - Palmer (
England v ...

Author : Norman S. Barrett

Release : 1974

Publisher :

ISBN : 9780361028127

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Encyclopedia of Australian Sport

THORNETT TINDALL peared in his 100th game for Australia in 1966 , and ,
when he retired in 1968 , left behind a reputation ... In his first Rugby League
season he played for NSW and Australia against the visiting South African side
and in 1963 – 64 was a ... an 18 - 9 win over England in 1963 , a 20 – 5 mauling
of the NZ All Blacks in 1964 , and 2 defeats of the South African Springboks in
1965 .

Author : Jim Shepherd

Release : 1980

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The All Blacks 1967 Tour of the British Isles and France

The expansive Rugby of Saxton and Allen made the 1967 side much harder to
defend against than that of 1963–64 . ... side , also seemed tailormade to
facilitate New Zealand's rucking game and so to provide uncluttered , quicker ,
and more regular possession in the loose . What made the 1967 All Blacks a
great side — some who have been watching Rugby far longer than I have
thought they were the ...

Author : David Frost

Release : 1968

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1963 in Sports

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Author : Books Llc

Release : 2010-09

Publisher : Books LLC, Wiki Series

ISBN : 9781156366752

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The 1962-63 Loyola Ramblers men's basketball team represented Loyola University Chicago. The Head Coach was George Ireland. The Ramblers were the 1963 NCAA Tournament Champions, defeating top-ranked and two-time defending champion Cincinnati in a 60-58 overtime contest. Jerry Harkness: ... More:

Black, Black, Black!

Some years ago , a little joker named Cooke spoke about modern Rugby . Like
Bill ... Well , by 1963 this young fellow Cooke was getting a bit old in the tooth ,
but he still had what the coaches would term his youthful illusions . ' In our day , '
he ...

Author : James Morris MacKenzie

Release : 1969

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An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord ...

( 1963 ) . Oct . 23 . In match at Wembley union . 11 . T . U . C . concluded after
passing to celebrate F . A . centenary , England beat Rest of motion to oppose
nuclear arms ... Newport beat All Blacks Rugby docks were halted by unofficial
strike .

Author : Joseph Whitaker

Release : 1965

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