History of rugby union matches between Ireland and New Zealand

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The New Zealand All Blacks first played against Ireland in 1905, beating them 15–0 at Lansdowne Road, Dublin. The two teams have played a total of 28 Test matches, with the All Blacks winning 27 of them. The remaining match resulted in a draw. The draw was in 1973 where Ireland and New Zealand drew 10-10 with Ireland scoring 2 penalties and a try, to the All Blacks 2 tries and 1 conversion (A try was worth four points in 1973). During the 2012 Irish Tour of New Zealand, New Zealand won all 3 tests having scored 124 points to Ireland's 29. This tour also saw New Zealand score the biggest winning margin against Ireland in their History. This was due to the 60-0 win New Zealand achieved in the 3rd Test on the 23 June 2012.[1][2]

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Overall[edit]

Details Played Won by
 Ireland
Won by
 New Zealand
Drawn Ireland points New Zealand points
In Ireland 15 0 14 1 139 348
In New Zealand 12 0 12 0 152 421
Neutral venue 1 0 1 0 19 43
Overall 28 0 27 1 310 812

Records[edit]

Note: Date shown in brackets indicates when the record was or last set.

Record Ireland New Zealand
Longest winning streak NA 22 (23 Nov 1974–Present)
Largest points for
Home 29 (7 November 2001) 66 (12 June 2010)
Away 28 (12 June 2010) 63 (15 November 1997)
Largest winning margin
Home NA 60 (23 June 2012)
Away NA 48 (15 November 1997)

Results[edit]

No. Date Venue Score Winner Competition
28 24 November 2013 Aviva Stadium, Dublin 22 – 24  New Zealand 2013 Autumn International
27 23 June 2012 Waikato Stadium, Hamilton 60 – 0  New Zealand 2012 Irish tour of New Zealand
26 16 June 2012 Rugby League Park, Christchurch 22 – 19  New Zealand
25 9 June 2012 Eden Park, Auckland 42 – 10  New Zealand
24 20 November 2010 Aviva Stadium, Dublin 18 – 38  New Zealand 2010 Autumn International
23 12 June 2010 Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth 66 – 28  New Zealand 2010 Irish tour
22 15 November 2008 Croke Park, Dublin 3 – 22  New Zealand 2008 Autumn International
21 7 June 2008 Westpac Stadium, Wellington 21 – 11  New Zealand 2008 Irish tour
20 17 June 2006 Eden Park, Auckland 27 – 17  New Zealand 2006 Irish tour
19 10 June 2006 Waikato Stadium, Hamilton 34 – 23  New Zealand
18 12 November 2005 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 7 – 45  New Zealand 2005 All Blacks grand slam tour
17 22 June 2002 Eden Park, Auckland 40 – 8  New Zealand 2002 Irish tour of New Zealand
16 15 June 2002 Carisbrook, Dunedin 15 – 6  New Zealand
15 17 November 2001 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 29 – 40  New Zealand
14 15 November 1997 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 15 – 63  New Zealand 1997 All Black end-of-year tour
13 27 May 1995 Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa 19 – 43  New Zealand 1995 Rugby World Cup
12 6 June 1992 Athletic Park, Wellington 59 – 6  New Zealand 1992 Irish tour of New Zealand
11 30 May 1992 Carisbrook, Dunedin 24 – 21  New Zealand
10 18 November 1989 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 6 – 23  New Zealand 1989 New Zealand tour
9 4 November 1978 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 6 – 10  New Zealand 1978 All Blacks grand slam tour
8 5 June 1976 Athletic Park, Wellington 11 – 3  New Zealand 1976 Irish tour
7 23 November 1974 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 6 – 15  New Zealand 1974 All Black end-of-year tour
6 20 January 1973 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 10 – 10 Draw 1972–73 New Zealand tour
5 7 December 1963 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 5 – 6  New Zealand 1963–64 New Zealand tour
4 9 January 1954 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 3 – 14  New Zealand 1953–54 New Zealand tour
3 7 December 1935 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 9 – 17  New Zealand 935–36 New Zealand tour
2 1 November 1924 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 0 – 6  New Zealand 1924–25 New Zealand tour
1 25 November 1905 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 0 – 15  New Zealand The Original All Blacks

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Zealand 60 Ireland 0". Daily Telegraph. 23 June 2012. Retrieved 28 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "As it happened: New Zealand 60-0 Ireland". RTÉ Sport. 23 June 2012. Retrieved 2 July 2012. 

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