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New Zealand at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup

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The 1995 New Zealand rugby league tour of Great Britain was a tour by the New Zealand national rugby league team to compete at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup. New Zealand won Group B of the tournament, before losing to Australia 20-30 in a semi-final.

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Build up

Earlier in the year, New Zealand played two test matches against France, winning one and drawing the other. New Zealand then played a three match test series against Australia, losing all three tests.

Staff

  • Head coach: Frank Endacott
  • Assistant coach: Gary Kemble
  • Warm up match

    Before leaving for the World Cup, the squad played the New Zealand Residents at Ericsson Stadium and defeated them 20-4.

    Semi-final

    The match was 20-all after 80 minutes. In extra time Australia scored two tries to win the match.

    References

    New Zealand at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup Wikipedia


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