Maurice Brownlie (10 August 1897 – 21 January 1957) was a New Zealand Rugby Union player. Along with his brothers Cyril and Laurence he represented the country during the 1920s. Maurice Brownlie played 61 matches for the All Blacks, a record for All Black appearances which stood until beaten by Kevin Skinner in 1954, and scored 21 tries. These matches included eight tests. Maurice was a member of The Invincibles during their European tour of 1924–25. On that tour, his brother Cyril was the first man to be sent off in a test match. Maurice captained the All Blacks for their 1928 tour of South Africa. All three Brownlies represented Hawkes Bay at a provincial level, all playing as loose forwards.