New South Wales' visit to in 1904 was a landmark event in the history of the game in New Zealand. Not only was New South Wales the first foreign team to visit New Zealand, but also the game played in Dunedin, on July 23rd, was the first match played by New Zealand's National Team, latter to be known as the All Whites. 29/4/04, Auckland North Island 1-1 New South Wales 2/7/04, Auckland Auckland 2-3 New South Wales 9/7/04, Wellington Wellington 2-1 New South Wales 14/7/04, Christchurch Canterbury 1-6 New South Wales 16/7/04, Dunedin Otago 4-2 New South Wales 21/7/04, Invercargill Southland 0-8 New South Wales 23/7/04, Dunedin, Caledonian Ground New Zealand 0-1 New South Wales New Zealand: Frank Smallbone, Len White, Archibald Clapham, William Kilgour, Joe Taylor, Robert Farquharson, Bob Reilly, Herbert Morrison, David McMillan [c], Alex Stark, William Morrison. Referee: WG Smith (New Zealand, Otago). Note: Some sources also list Riley instead of Reilly. 28/7/04, Timaru South Canterbury 0-4 New South Wales 30/7/04, Wellington New Zealand 3-3 New South Wales [William Forshaw 2, Ned Sale - ?] New Zealand: Frank Smallbone, James Amies [c], Archibald Clapham, William Kilgour, Joe Taylor, Bert Clark, Bob Reilly, Ned Sale, William Forshaw, Andy Mouat, William Morrison. Referee: A Williams (New Zealand, Wellington). Note: Some sources also list Riley instead of Reilly; H. Morrison instead of William Morrison; E. Sale instead of Ned Sale; W. Foresham instead of William Forshaw. New South Wales Personnel: F. Robinson (manager), T. Spencer, A. McMahon, S. Condon, R. Byers, S. Hilder, P. Timms, W. Thorpe, C. Harrison, J. H. Wishart, W. Carey, R. H. Moore, F. Waddell, P. Metcalf, A. Rae. Played 9, Won 5, Drawn 2, Lost 2; Goals: 29-13
Sources: [Hou 52], [Smi], Jeremy Ruane's Ultimate Website on New Zealand Soccer
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Author: Andre Zlotkowski
Last updated: 9 Nov 2002
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