1913 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia
The 1913 New Zealand rugby league tour of Australia was a tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team.
This was the first New Zealand side to wear the kiwi and silver fern emblem on their playing jersey.
The touring party included, backs; Albert Asher, George Bradley, Arthur Carlaw, Henry Duvall, Karl Ifwersen, Alfred Jackson, Bill Kelly (vice captain), Charles Manning, Walter Miller, Billy Mitchell, Roy Proebstel, Rukingi Reke and forwards; Jim Auld, Conrad Byrne, Les Campbell, Jim Clark, Harold Hayward (captain), John Hogan, Cecil King, Bob Mitchell, Abbie Shadbolt and Stan Walters.
|New South Wales||Sydney||Loss||15-17||35,000|
|New South Wales||Sydney||Loss||12-31|
|Queensland||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane||Win||39-5|
|Queensland||Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane||Win||32-6|
|New South Wales||Sydney||Win||17-11|
|New South Wales||Sydney||Loss||10-34|
- John Coffey and Bernie Wood, The Kiwis: 100 Years of International Rugby League, Hodder Moa, Auckland, 2007, p.p. 45-46.
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