Marylebone Cricket Club cricket team in New Zealand in 1906–07
An English team raised by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) toured New Zealand between December 1906 and March 1907. The tour comprised two first-class matches against New Zealand, two each against the four main provincial teams – Auckland, Canterbury, Otago and Wellington – and one against Hawke's Bay. There were also five minor matches against teams from country areas.
- Teddy Wynyard (captain)
- Trevor Branston
- William Burns
- Wilfred Curwen
- Charles de Trafford
- Johnny Douglas
- Raymond Fox
- Philip Harrison
- Peter Randall Johnson
- Percy May
- Charles Page
- George Simpson-Hayward
- Attwood Torrens
- Neville Tufnell
- Philip Williams
The team took their own umpire with them, John Moss, who officiated in all their matches, sharing the duties with a local official.
- Ryan, Greg (2004) The Making of New Zealand Cricket 1832–1914. London. Portland, Oregon: Frank Cass Publishers.
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- MCC in New Zealand 1906-07 at Cricket Archive
- English Cricket Team for New Zealand: An Interview with Captain Wynyard "Feiding Star", 24 November 1906.
- English Team for New Zealand "Auckland Star", 14 July 1906.
- New Zealand Cricket: Playing England NZ History (NZ Ministry for Culture & Heritage)
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