1992 Ireland rugby union tour of New Zealand

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1992 Ireland rugby union tour of New Zealand
Summary
P W D L
Total
8 3 0 5
Test match
2 0 0 2
Opponent
P W D L
 New Zealand
2 0 0 2

1992 Ireland rugby union tour of New Zealand. The Ireland national rugby union team embarked on their second tour of New Zealand, having previously visited in 1976.[1] The tour party included father and son – tour manager Noel Murphy and his son Kenny Murphy. In 1993 Mick Galwey, Vince Cunningham, Richard Wallace and Nick Popplewell all returned to New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions.

Non-international matches[edit]

Scores and results list Ireland's points tally first.
Opposing team For Against Date Venue
South Canterbury 21 16 13 May 1992 Fraser Park, Timaru
Canterbury 13 38 16 May 1992 Lancaster Park, Christchurch
Bay of Plenty 39 23 20 May 1992 International Stadium, Rotorua
Auckland 7 62 23 May 1992 Eden Park, Auckland
Poverty BayEast Coast 22 7 26 May 1992 Rugby Park, Gisborne
Manawatu 24 58 2 June 1992 The Showgrounds Oval, Palmerston North

Test matches[edit]

30 May 1992
New Zealand  24–21 Ireland
Tries:
Con:
Pen:
Tries: Jim Staples
Vince Cunningham (2)
Con: Peter Russell (3)
Carisbrook, Dunedin
6 June 1992
New Zealand  59–6 Ireland
Tries:
Con:
Pen:
Tries: Neville Furlong
Con: Peter Russell
Athletic Park, Wellington

Touring party[edit]

Backs[edit]

Forwards[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]