1910 New Zealand rugby union tour of Australia
|1910 New Zealand rugby union tour of Australia|
The 1910 New Zealand tour rugby to Australia was the seventh tour by the New Zealand national rugby union team to Australia. Four matches were played against regional sides (all won) along with three Test match between the two national sides.
New Zealand won the series with two victories to one.
Scores and results list All Blacks' points tally first.
|Wellington||26||17||3 June 1910||Athletic Park, Wellington|
Scores and results list Australia's points tally first.
|New South Wales||21||8||11 June 1910||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Tour match|
|New South Wales||17||11||15 June 1910||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Tour match|
|Queensland||19||15||18 June 1910||Exhibition Ground, Brisbane||Tour match|
|Queensland||21||3||22 June 1910||Exhibition Ground, Brisbane||Tour match|
|Australia||6||0||25 June 1910||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Test match|
|Australia||6||11||27 June 1910||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Test match|
|Australia||28||13||2 July 1910||Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney||Test match|
- Manager: V.R.S Meredith
- Captain: Fred Roberts
|Joe O'Leary||Utility back||Auckland|
|Paddy Burns||Utility back||Canterbury|
|James Ryan||Utility back||Wellington|
|Billy Mitchell||Wing Three-quarter||Canterbury|
|Henry Avery||Wing forward||Wellington|
|Alf Budd||Loose forward||South Canterbury|
|Ranji Wilson||Loose forward||Wellington|
|Alexander Paterson||Loose forward||Otago|
|Gerald McKellar||Loose forward||Wellington|
|Fred Ivimey||Loose forward||Otago|
|Arthur Francis||Loose forward||Auckland|
|David Evans||Lock||Hawke's Bay|
|Sam Bligh||Hooker||West Coast|