1980 New Zealand rugby union tour of Australia and Fiji

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1980 New Zealand rugby union tour of Australia and Fiji
Summary
P W D L
Total
16 12 01 03
Test match
04 03 00 01
Opponent
P W D L
 Australia
3 1 0 1
 Fiji[1]
1 1 0 0

The 1980 New Zealand tour rugby to Australia and Fiji was the 24th tour by the New Zealand national rugby union team to Australia and endend with three matches at Fiji.

The last tour of "All Blacks" in Australia was the short 1979 tour.

All Blacks won only one test match on three and lost the Bledisloe Cup.

The tour[edit]

Scores and results list New Zealand's points tally first.

Opposing Team For Against Date Venue Status
Sydney 13 13 31 May 1980 Moore Park, Sydney Tour match
South Australia 75 3 4 June 1980 Norwood Oval, Adelaide Tour match
Victoria 45 6 7 June 1980 Olympic Stadium, Melbourne Tour match
Tasmanian Invitation XV 73 0 11 June 1980 Queenborough Oval, Hobart Tour match
New South Wales 12 4 14 June 1980 Moore Park, Sydney Tour match
New South Wales Country 34 3 16 June 1980 Sports Ground, Newcastle Tour match
Australia 9 13 21 June 1980 Cricket Ground, Sydney Test match
Queensland Country 63 6 24 June 1980 Hugh Street Reserve, Townsville Tour match
Australia 12 9 28 June 1980 Ballymore, Brisbane Test match
Australian Universities 33 3 2 July 1980 Ballymore, Brisbane Tour match
Queensland 3 9 6 July 1980 Ballymore, Brisbane Tour match
A.C.T. 48 15 8 July 1980 Manuka Oval, Canberra Tour match
Australia 10 26 12 July 1980 Cricket Ground, Sydney Test match
Nadroga 14 6 16 July 1980 Churchill Park, Lautoka Tour match
Suva 33 4 19 July 1980 National Stadium, Suva Tour match
Fiji 30 6 23 July 1980 National Stadium, Suva Tour match

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ non-capped match for NZRU

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