New Zealand International Matches - Details 1970-1979


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1970


161. Friendly
Jun 6, Auckland, Newmarket Park, 1800
New Zealand          0-0  Jardines FC
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Bill Hunter, Gary Lake, Vic Pollard, Graham Griffiths,
   Grahame Bilby, Clive Campbell, Earle Thomas, Doug Watson, George Lamont [c], 
   Malcolm Bland (Bill de Graaf).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Jardines FC (Hong Kong):
   Chow Chee-Keong, Wong Chun-Lit, Cheung Yun-Yue, Lok Tak-Hing, Lok Tak-Fai,
   Chan Hung-Ping, Cheung Yiu-Kwok, Cheng Kwok-Kan, Ip Sheung-Wah, Wong Man-Wai, 
   Kwong Yin-Ying.
   Coach: Lok Tak-Hing.
Referee:
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand).
Note:
   Some sources report that Bill de Graaf replaced Doug Watson, not Malcolm Bland.

1971


162. Friendly
Jul 10, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          0-1  Wales XI
 (Gareth Davis)
New Zealand:
   John Morris, Gary Lake, Ron Armstrong, Grahame Bilby [c], John Staines, 
   Peter Eliadis, Malcolm Bland, Vic Pollard, Geoff Brand, George Lamont 
   (Bill de Graaf), Earle Thomas.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Wales XI:
   Mike Walker, Phil Roberts, Nigel Edwards, Gareth Davis, Ray Mielczarek, 
   Frank Prince, Clive Slattery (Wayne Jones), Geoff Thomas, David Gwyther, 
   Cyril Davies, Brian Evans.
   Coach: David Bowen. 
Referee:
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand). 

163. (61) International Friendly  
Jul 18, Nouméa, Stade de Magenta
New Caledonia        4-2  New Zealand
 (Oloua 28', Felix, Gorandiawe 2 - Iain Hastie 11', Geoff Brand 44')
New Caledonia:      
   Clarke, Ouaremoin, Benebig, Mendin, Kecine, Delmas (Moatti), Koindredi,
   Atre (Hoko), Oloua, Gorendiawe, Felix.
   Coach: Guy Elmour. 
New Zealand:        
   John Morris, Gary Lake, Graham Griffiths, Ken France [c] (Grahame Bilby),
   Ron Armstrong, Brian Hardman, Iain Hastie (Bill de Graaf), Malcolm Bland,
   Geoff Brand (John Houghton), Earle Thomas, Dennis Tindall.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:            
   André Nakagawa (New Caledonia).

164. (62) International Friendly 
Jul 20, Nouméa, Stade de Magenta
New Caledonia        2-1  New Zealand
 (Bolo, Gorendiawe - Dennis Tindall 19')
New Caledonia:      
   Ruet (Guerrera), Sakilia, Mendin, Benebig, Kecine, Tikoure, J.J. Koindredi,
   Felix (Bolo (Onyari)), Oloua, Boueri (Delmas), Gorendiawe.
   Coach: Guy Elmour.   
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Iain Hastie, Gary Lake [c], Graham Griffiths, Ron Armstrong,
   Brian Hardman, Vic Pollard, Malcolm Bland, John Houghton, Bill de Graaf,
   Dennis Tindall (Earle Thomas).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   Roger Bataille (New Caledonia).

1972


165. (63) International Friendly
Sep 17, Wellington, Basin Reserve
New Zealand          4-1  New Caledonia 
 (Iain Ormond 3, Alan Vest - ?)
New Zealand:        
   John Morris, Tony Sibley, Maurice Tillotson, Iain Hastie, Malcolm Ferguson,
   Alan Vest [c], Dennis Tindall, Brian Turner (Paul Cameron), Dave Taylor
   (Geoff Brand), Alan Marley, Iain Ormond.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
New Caledonia:
   n/a
   Coach: Guy Elmour.   
Referee:            
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand).

166. (64) International Friendly 
Sep 30, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          2-1  New Caledonia
 (Dennis Tindall, Iain Ormond - ?)
New Zealand:        
   John Morris, Tony Sibley (Nigel Ashurst), Maurice Tillotson, Iain Hastie,
   Malcolm Ferguson, Alan Vest [c], Dennis Tindall, Vic Pollard, Dave Taylor
   (Geoff Brand), Alan Marley, Iain Ormond.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
New Caledonia:
   n/a
   Coach: Guy Elmour.    
Referee:            
   Leslie Coffman (New Zealand).

167. Friendly       
Oct 3, Perth, Lake Monger Velodrome
Western Australia    2-3  New Zealand
 (? - Geoff Brand, Iain Ormond, Alan Vest)
Western Australia:
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Maurice Tillotson, Paul Cameron, Nigel Ashurst,
   Vic Pollard, Dennis Tindall, Brian Turner (Malcolm Ferguson), Geoff Brand,
   Alan Vest [c], Iain Ormond.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   J Allen (Australia).

168. Friendly
Oct 5, Singapore, Jalan Besar Stadium        
Singapore B          0-2  New Zealand
 (Alan Marley, Dave Taylor)
Singapore B:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   John Morris, Iain Hastie, Nigel Ashurst (Maurice Tillotson), Paul Cameron 
   (Tony Sibley), Malcolm Ferguson, Warren Fleet (Brian Turner), Dave Taylor 
   (Dennis Tindall), Vic Pollard, Geoff Brand (Iain Ormond), Alan Vest [c], 
   Alan Marley. 
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 

169. (65) International Friendly
Oct 9, Jakarta (Indonesia), Senayan stadium, 2000
Australia            3-1  New Zealand
 (Atti Abonyi 26', Ray Baartz 54', John Warren 76' - Alan Vest 7')
Australia:          
   Ron Corry, Doug Utjesenovic, Peter Wilson, Manfred Schaefer, Bogdan Nyskohus, 
   Jim Rooney (Ray Baartz 46'), John McDonald, John Warren, Atti Abonyi, Jim 
   Armstrong (Adrian Alston 53'), Terry Butler (Branko Buljevic).
   Coach: Rale Rasic.
New Zealand:        
   John Morris (Kevin Curtin 68'), Tony Sibley, Maurice Tillotson, Iain Hastie, 
   Malcolm Ferguson, Vic Pollard, Dennis Tindall (David Taylor 60'), Brian Turner 
   (Nigel Ashurst 54'), Alan Marley, Alan Vest [c], Iain Ormond.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:            
   Kosasih Kartadiredja (Indonesia).

170. (66) International Friendly 
Oct 11, Jakarta, Senayan Stadium
Indonesia            1-1  New Zealand
 (? - David Taylor)
Indonesia:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Maurice Tillotson, Nigel Ashurst (Warren Fleet), 
   Iain Hastie, Vic Pollard, David Taylor, Brian Turner, Geoff Brand (Iain Ormond), 
   Alan Vest [c] (Dennis Tindall), Alan Marley.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   S Haddade (Indonesia). 

171. (67) International Friendly 
Oct 14, Nouméa, Stade de Magenta
New Caledonia        3-1  New Zealand
 (? - Maurice Tillotson)
New Caledonia:
   n/a
   Coach: Guy Elmour.   
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Maurice Tillotson (Vic Pollard), Paul Cameron,
   Malcolm Ferguson [c], Warren Fleet, Dennis Tindall, Brian Turner,
   Dave Taylor (Alan Vest), Alan Marley, Iain Ormond.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   André Nakagawa (New Caledonia).

1973


172. (68) Oceanian Nations Cup 
Feb 17, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          5-1  Fiji
 (Brian Turner, Dave Taylor, Geoff Brand, Malcolm Bland, Alan Vest - Terio Vakatawa)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Maurice Tillotson, Gary Lake, Colin Latimour, Brian Armstrong, 
   Dennis Tindall (Brian Hardman), Malcolm Bland, Brian Turner (John Staines), 
   Geoff Brand, Alan Vest [c], Dave Taylor.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Fiji:               
   Nicholas Rounds, Terio Vakatawa, Nemarii Waka, Waisea Naicovu, George Koi, 
   John Krishna Chotka, Mun Lai, Samu Vacago, Gordon Lee Wai, Vilitate Lee (Kini 
   Kawatevu), Josateki Kurivitu (Mohammed Farook).
   Coach: S M Singh.  
Referee:            
   André Nakagawa (New Caledonia).

173. (69) Oceanian Nations Cup
Feb 18, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          1-1  Tahiti
 (Alan Vest - Erroll Bennett)
New Zealand:        
   John Morris, Tony Sibley, Ron Armstrong, Malcolm Ferguson, Brian Armstrong,
   Brian Hardman, Dennis Tindall (Alan Vest), Brian Turner, Alan Marley,
   John Staines [c], Malcolm Bland (Dave Taylor).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Tahiti:             
   Georges Piehi, Gérard Kautai, Joseph Burns, Alexis Tumahai, Charles Temarii, 
   Theodore Riritua, Roland De Marigny (Gilles Malinowski), Mana Temaiana, Lewis 
   Lai San, Claude Carrara, Harold Ng Fok (Erroll Bennett).
   Coaches: F Vernaudon. 
Referee:            
   P Raman (Fiji).

174. (70) Oceanian Nations Cup
Feb 21, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          2-1  New Caledonia
 (Alan Marley, Colin Latimour - Jean Xowie)
New Zealand:        
   John Morris, Maurice Tillotson, Ron Armstrong, Colin Latimour, John Staines [c], 
   Dennis Tindall, Dave Taylor (Geoff Brand), Brian Turner, Alan Marley, Alan Vest 
   (Brian Hardman), Malcolm Bland.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
New Caledonia:      
   Richard Guerrera, Simon Bearune, Bernard Ukeiwe, André Benebig, Roger Mandin, 
   Luke Anglio, Segin Wayewol, Gerald Delmas, Jean Hmae, Jacques Koindredi, Jean 
   Xowie (Bernard Waka).
   Coach: Guy Elmour. 
Referee:            
   B Chaudet (New Hebrides).

 175. (71) Oceanian Nations Cup
Feb 23, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          3-1  New Hebrides 
 (Malcolm Bland, Brian Hardman, Alan Marley - Raymond Valette)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Gary Lake, Malcolm Ferguson, John Staines [c],
   Brian Hardman, Geoff Brand, Brian Armstrong (Dennis Tindall), Alan Marley,
   Alan Vest, Malcolm Bland (Dave Taylor).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
New Hebrides:       
   Jean Delaveuve, Tensley Jonylulu, Michael Dupuy (Jacques Nafouri), Charles 
   Galinie, Pierre Waina, Bernard Courtet, Alick Saurei (Popette Malas), Albert 
   Coulon, Jimmy Meto, Jacky Valette, Raymond Valette.
   Coach: P Reichert    
Referee:            
   P Tahuaitu (Tahiti).

176. (72) Oceanian Nations Cup
Feb 24, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          2-0  Tahiti
 (Dave Taylor, Alan Marley)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Maurice Tillotson, Ron Armstrong, Colin Latimour, John 
   Staines [c], Dennis Tindall (Brian Armstrong), Dave Taylor, Brian Turner, 
   Alan Marley, Alan Vest, Malcolm Bland.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Tahiti:             
   Georges Piehi, Gérard Kautai, Joseph Burns, Alexis Tumahai, Charles Temarii, 
   Terii Etaeta, William Aumeran (Gilles Malinowski), Mana Temaiana, Lewis Lai San, 
   Erroll Bennett, Harold Ng Fok (Claude Carrara).
   Coach: F Vernaudon.
Referee:            
   B Chaudet (New Hebrides).

177. (73) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 4, Auckland, Newmarket Park, 12000
New Zealand          1-1  Australia
 (Brian Turner 57' - Ernie Campbell 85')
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Maurice Tillotson, Colin Latimour, John Staines [c], Ron Armstrong, 
   Brian Turner, Alan Vest, Dennis Tindall (Brian Armstrong 77'), Dave Taylor, Alan 
   Marley (Geoff Brand 85'), Malcolm Bland.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Australia:          
   Ron Corry, Doug Utjesenovic, Peter Wilson, Manfred Schaefer, Bobby Hogg, Ray 
   Richards, John Warren (Atti Abonyi 77'), Ray Baartz, Adrian Alston, Max Tolson 
   (Ernie Campbell 67'), Branko Buljevic.
   Coach: Rale Rasic.
Referee:            
   Luk Tat-sun (Hong Kong).

178. (74) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 11, Sydney, Sydney Sportsground, 28514
Indonesia            1-1  New Zealand
 (Sarman Panggabean 13' - Alan Vest 74')
Indonesia:
   Ronny Pasla, Juswardi, Sunarto, Anwar Udjang, Widodo, Suaeb Rizal (Waskito 77'), 
   Basri (Anjas Asmara 39'), Sarman Panggabean, Iswadi, Jacob Sihasale, Abdul Kadir.
New Zealand:
   John Morris, Maurice Tillotson, Colin Latimour, John Staines [c], Ron Armstrong, 
   Brian Turner, Malcolm Fergurson (Dennis Tindall 46'), Tom Randles, David Taylor, 
   Geoff Brand (Alan Vest 64'), Alan Marley.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   K Mahendran (Malaysia) 

179. (75) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 13, Sydney, Sydney Sportsground, 12763
Iraq                 2-0  New Zealand
 (Bashar Rashid 10', Sabah Hattem 40')
Iraq:
   Sattar Khalaf, Sabeh Abid Ali, Mijbil Fartus, Abdul Hamid, Raheem Karem, Douglas 
   Aziz, Riad Nuri (Shidrak Yousig 62'), Salah Ubid, Sabah Hattem, Abdul Razak Ahmed, 
   Bashar Rashid.
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Colin Latimour, John Staines [c], Gary Lake, Brian Turner, 
   Dennis Tindall (Brian Hardman 70'), Tom Randles, David Taylor (Malcolm Bland 59'),
   Alan Vest, Alan Marley.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   F Alvarez (Philippines).  

180. (76) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 16, Sydney, Sydney Sportsground, 14071
Australia            3-3  New Zealand
 (Doug Utjesenovic 11', Ray Baartz 17', Branko Buljevic 26' - 
  Alan Vest 10', Dennis Tindall 49', Bobby Hogg 86' OG)
Australia:          
   Ron Corry, Doug Utjesenovic, Peter Wilson, Manfred Schaefer, Bobby Hogg, Ray 
   Richards, Jim Mackay, Jim Rooney, Adrian Alston, Ray Baartz, Branko Buljevic.
   Coach: Rale Rasic.
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Maurice Tillotson, Colin Latimour, John Staines [c], Ron Armstrong, 
   Brian Turner, Tommy Randles, Alan Vest, Dennis Tindall, Dave Taylor (Max Davies 75'), 
   Brian Hardman (Tony Sibley 46').
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   K Mahendran (Malaysia).
Note:               
   New Zealand's third goal is also attributed to Dennis Tindall.

181. (77) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 18, Melbourne, Olympic Park, 10800 
Indonesia            1-0  New Zealand
 (Maurice Tillotson 7' OG)
Indonesia:
   Ronny Pasla, Juswardi, Sunarto, Anwar Udjang, Widodo, Sarman Panggabean, Ronny 
   Pattinasarany, Jacob Sihasale, Waskito, Iswadi, Abdul Kadir.  
New Zealand:
   John Morris, Maurice Tillotson, Brian Armstrong, John Staines [c], Ron Armstrong, 
   Brian Turner, Tom Randles, Brian Hardman (Geoff Brand 72'), Dennis Tindall, Alan 
   Vest, David Taylor (Malcolm Bland 65').
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   Gavindsam Suppiah (Singapore).

182. (78) World Cup Qualifier
Mar 24, Sydney, Sydney Sportsground, 12930
Iraq                 4-0  New Zealand
 (Sabah Hattem 4', 15', 67', Ali Kadim 23')
Iraq:
   Sattar Khalaf, Mijbil Fartus, Abid Kadum, Kaiser Hamed, Raheem Karem, Douglas Aziz, 
   Riad Nuri, Bashar Rashid (Amu Yousif 55'), Sabah Hattem, Ali Kadim, Abdul Razak Ahmed
   (Ahmed Fathi 79').
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley (Brian Turner 46'), Colin Latimour, Brian Armstrong, Gary
   Lake, Ron Armstrong, Alan Vest, Maurice Tillotson, David Taylor (Geoff Brand 73'),
   John Staines [c], Malcolm Bland.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   Kim Joo-won (South Korea)  

183. (79) International Friendly  
Aug 12, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          0-0  Iran
New Zealand:
   Phil Dando, Maurice Tillotson, Graham Griffiths, Ken France [c], Ron Armstrong, Brian 
   Turner (Alex Smith), John Legg, Alan Vest, Earle Thomas, Steve Boyland (Ian Park), 
   David Taylor.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Iran:
   Mansur Rashidi, Hossein Kazerani, Bijan  Zolfaqarnasab, Qasem Tabibi, Mehdi Lavassani, 
   Akbar Kargarjam, Karo Harverdian, Esmail Hajrahimipor, Mohammad Sadeghi, Parvis 
   Qelichkhani [c], Gholam Hossain Mazlomi.
   Coach: Danny McLennan.
Referee:
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand).

1974


No matches played

1975


184. (80) International Friendly 
Jul 20, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          2-1  China
 (Earle Thomas, David Taylor - Tsao Kai Chun)
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, Graham Griffiths, Brian Armstrong, Ian Park, Graham Storer 
   (Brian Turner), Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Kevin Weymouth (John Legg), Earle Thomas [c], 
   Kevin Mulgrew (Adrian Elrick).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
China:
   Li Fu-sheng, Chang Chun-sheng (Shen Yin-chang), Wang Liu-yi, Yang An-li, Chen Yi-ming, 
   Liu Chih-tsai, Chang-chun, Pei En-tsai (Chang Tsung-pen), Wang Hsiao-ho, Tsao Kai-chun, 
   Hsu Tseng-fu (Li Chung-tsai).
   Coach: Chou Hsing.
Referee:
   A Blackburn (New Zealand).  

185. (81) International Friendly 
Jul 23, Wellington, Basin Reserve
New Zealand          2-2  China
 (Earle Thomas, David Taylor - OG, Li Chung Tsai)
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Keith Barton, Graham Griffiths, Brian Armstrong, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Warren Fleet, John Legg (Graham Storer), Kevin Mulgrew, Earle Thomas [c], David Taylor.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
China:
   Lo Huai-yuan, Shen Yin-chang, Wang Liu-yi, Yang An-li, Chen Yi-ming (Chang Tsung-pen), 
   Liu Chih-tsai, Chang Chun, Wang Chung-chun, Wang Hsiao-ho, Tsao Kai-chun, Li Chung-tsai 
   (Ching Kuang-fu).
   Coach: Chou Hsing.
Referee:
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand). 

186. (82) International Friendly 
Jul 26, Christchurch, Queen Elizabeth II Park
New Zealand          2-0  China
 (Earle Thomas 2)
New Zealand:
   Owen Nuttridge, Tony Sibley, Graham Griffiths, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, 
   Brian Turner (Graham Storer), Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Kevin Weymouth 
   (John Legg), Earle Thomas [c], Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
China:
   Lo Huai-yuan, Shen Yin-chang, Wang Liu-yi (Ching Kuang-fu (Chang Tsun-pen)), 
   Yang An-li, Chen Yi-ming, Liu Chih-tsai, Chang Chun, Wang Chung-chun, Wang Hsaio-ho, 
   Tsao Kai-chun, Li Chung-tsai.
   Coach: Chou Hsing.
Referee:
   R McDonald (New Zealand). 

187. Friendly
Oct 4, Christchurch, English Park
New Zealand          8-0  Indonesia XI
 (Earle Thomas 4, John Hoghton, Ian Park, Kevin Mulgrew, Iain Ormond)
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram (Phil Dando), Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, 
   Graham Storer, Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], 
   Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Indonesia XI:
   Taufik, Suribto, Winarto, Suhatman, Masri Tambayong, Gusnul Yakin, Sofyan Hadi,
   Ambrita, Hadi (Syamsuddin Umar), Teguh (Jaelani), Abdi Tungaal.
   Coach: J W Hendriks.
Referee:
   R Harries (New Zealand).  

188. (83) International Friendly
Oct 19, Beijing, Workers stadium, 90000
China                2-1  New Zealand
 (? - Iain Ormond)
China:
    n/a
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Graham Storer 
   (Brian Turner), Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], 
   Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 

189. Friendly
Oct 23, Ji'nan, Athletic Stadium
Shandong             0-2  New Zealand
 (David Taylor 2)
Shandong (China):
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Phil Dando, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   John Legg, David Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.

190. Friendly
Oct 27, Shanghai, People's Stadium
Shanghai             0-1  New Zealand
 (Iain Ormond)
Shanghai (China):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Graham Storer, 
   John Legg, Brian Turner, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin Mulgrew (Kevin Weymouth).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.

191. Friendly
Oct 30, Wuhan, People's Stadium
Hubei                1-1  New Zealand   
 (? - Earle Thomas)
Hubei (China):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner 
   (Graham Storer), Warren Fleet, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin 
   Mulgrew (Gary Paddison).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   

192. Friendly
Nov 1, Wuhan, People's Stadium
Hunan                0-3  New Zealand       
 (Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas, Kevin Mulgrew)
Hunan (China):
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram (Phil Dando), Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, 
   Graham Storer, Brian Turner, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond (Kevin Weymouth), Earle 
   Thomas [c], Kevin Mulgrew.   
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 

193. (84) International Friendly
Nov 5, Macao
Macao                1-1  New Zealand 
 (? - Kevin Mulgrew)
Macao:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Phil Dando, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park [c], Maurice Tillotson, Graham Storer 
   (Brian Turner), Warren Fleet, John Legg, Iain Ormond, Kevin Weymouth (Earle Thomas), 
   Gary Paddison (Kevin Mulgrew).
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 

194. (85) International Friendly
Nov 9, Singapore, Jalan Besar
Singapore            2-2  New Zealand
 (- John Houghton 2)
Singapore:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Warren Fleet (Graham Storer), David Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin 
   Mulgrew (Kevin Weymouth).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   G Suppiah (Singapore).

195. Friendly
Nov 11, Singapore, Jalan Besar
Singapore XI         1-5  New Zealand
 (Earle Thomas 2, Kevin Mulgrew 2, Ian Park 1 )
Singapore XI:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick (Maurice Tillotson), Ian Park, 
   Brian Turner, Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Iain Ormond (Kevin Weymouth), Earle Thomas [c], 
   Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   Ong Eng-young (Singapore).

196. Friendly
Nov 13, Jakarta, Senayan Stadium
Persebeya            0-2  New Zealand
 (Ian Park, Kevin Weymouth)
Persebeya (Indonesia):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Phil Dando, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Maurice Tillotson, Ian Park, Graham 
   Storer (John Legg), Warren Fleet, Brian Turner, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond (Gary 
   Paddison), Kevin Weymouth.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:            
   O Soetedjo (Indonesia).
Note:
   Kevin Weymouth was sent-off during this match.

197. Friendly  
Nov 15, Jakarta, Senayan Stadium
Persija              0-1  New Zealand
 (Kevin Weymouth 58')
Persija (Indonesia):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner 
   (John Legg), Warren Fleet, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c] (Graham Storer), 
   Kevin Weymouth (Maurice Tillotson).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   

1976


198. (86) International Friendly 
Feb 29, Auckland, Newmarket Park, 12300
New Zealand          0-1  Australia
 (Dave Harding 79')
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Warren Fleet, Dave Taylor (Graham Storer), Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin 
   Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Australia:          
   Todd Clarke, Doug Utjesenovic, George Harris, Peter Wilson, Col Bennett, Jim Rooney, 
   Dave Harding, Agenor Muniz, Mark Jankovics (John Nyskohus), Peter Ollerton, Murray 
   Barnes.
   Coach: Brian Green.
Referee:            
   A T Blackburn (New Zealand).

199. (87) International Friendly
Mar 2, Melbourne, Olympic Park
Australia            3-1  New Zealand
 (Murray Barnes, Peter Ollerton, Atti Abonyi - Dave Taylor) 
Australia:          
   Todd Clarke, Doug Utjesenovic, Peter Wilson, Col Bennett, George Harris, Dave Harding, 
   Agenor Muniz, Jim Rooney, Atti Abonyi (John Nyskohus), Peter Ollerton, Murray Barnes.
   Coach: Brian Green.   
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Warren Fleet, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   Stuart Mellings (Australia).

200. Friendly
May 14, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          0-3  Sunderland AFC
 (Bobby Moncur 2, Roy Greenwood)
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Michael Simeonoff, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Keith Hobbs (Adrian Elrick), Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond, Earle Thomas [c], Brian Davidson 
   (Kevin Mulgrew).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Sunderland AFC (England):     
   Jim Montgomery, Dick Malone, Bobby Moncur, Jeff Clarke (Bobby Kerr), Joe Boulton, 
   Bryan Robson, Dennis Longhorn, Ray Train, Gary Rowell, Bill Hughes, Roy Greenwood.
   Coach: Ian McFarlane.
Referee:            
   J W Cameron (New Zealand).

201. Friendly
May 30, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          0-3  Heart of Midlothian
 (Cammy Fraser, Ralph Callachan, Willie Gibson)
New Zealand:        
   Phil Dando, Tony Sibley, Michael Simeonoff, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Brian Turner [c], 
   Warren Fleet, Dave Taylor, Iain Ormond (Brian Davidson), Kevin Weymouth, Kevin Mulgrew 
   (Earle Thomas).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Heart of Midlothian (Scotland):          
   David Graham, Jimmy Brown (John Hay), John Gallacher, Don Murray, Sandy Burrell, 
   Ralph Callachan, Cammy Fraser, Kenny Aird, Drew Busby, Graham Shaw, Rab Prentice 
   (Willie Gibson).
   Coach: John Hagart.
Referee:            
   A T Blackburn (New Zealand).

202. (88) International Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 13, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
Burma                0-2  New Zealand
 (Dennis Tindall 44', Sam Malcolmson 70')
Burma:
   Thant Zin, Thein Htay, Aunh Than, Than Htaik, Myint Saw, Sein Win Lay, Win Tin,
   Kyi Lwin, Tin Win, Win Sein (Mya Kyaing 65'), Thein Aung. 
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Dennis Tindall 
   (Steve Sumner 88'), Brian Turner, David Taylor, Kevin Weymouth (Kevin Mulgrew 65'), 
   Sam Malcolmson, Earle Thomas [c].
   Coach: Barrie Truman.  
Referee:
   Lee Woo-hyun (South Korea). 

203. International Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 16, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
Warna Agung          0-0  New Zealand
Warna Agung (Indonesia):
   Ronny Pasla, Simson Rumah Pasal, Lukman, Santoso, Reny Salaki, Tinus Heipoh, 
   Ronny Pattinasarany, Salon Nusution, Suaeb Rizal, Waskito (Syamsuddin Umar), 
   Risdianto, Poerwadi. 
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Dennis Tindall, 
   Brian Turner, Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Sam Malcolmson (Kevin Weymouth 21' 
   (Kevin Mulgrew 30')), Earle Thomas [c].
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Referee:
   Lee Woo-bong (South Korea).
Note:
   Widely reported as versus the Indonesian national team, this match was in fact played 
   against a club side from that country, Warna Agung.              

204. (89) International Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 18, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
Thailand             1-3  New Zealand
 (Surasak 53'- Brian Turner 36', 58', Earle Thomas 75')
Thailand:
   P chaiwat, Kittichai, Amnaj, Pallop, Surasak, Sittiporn (Preecha 78'), Surin, Niwat,
   Cherdsak (S chaiwat 61'), Wittaya, Weerayud.  
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Dennis Tindall 
   (Kevin Mulgrew 52'), Steve Sumner, Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Brian Turner (Glenn 
   Dods 75'), Earle Thomas [c].
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Referee:
   S Kathiravale (Malaysia).

205. Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 21, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
South Korea B        0-1  New Zealand
 (Kevin Mulgrew 31')
South Korea B:
   Ham Seoung-joon, Whang Jung-san, Park Byung-chul, Choo Young-jeung, Park Kyung-bok,
   Lee Chae-man, Kim Sung-nam, Huh Jung-moon, Joo Dong-choon, Im Tae-joo, Ha Tae-bong. 
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Glenn Dods, Michael Simeonoff, 
   Steve Sumner, Warren Fleet, Ian Park (David Taylor 53'), Earle Thomas [c] (Dennis
   Tindall 74'), Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Referee:
   P Jayaram (Singapore)

206. (90) International Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 23, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
South Korea          2-0  New Zealand
 (Kim Jin-gook 21', Park Sang-in 39')
South Korea:
   Kim Jim-bok, Kong Byung-chan, Kim Ho-keun, Choi Jong-deak, Hwang Jae-man,
   Kim Jim-gook, Kim Kang-nam (Park Sung-wha), Park Sang-in, Cha Beun-keun, 
   Lee Young-moo, Park Young-joo.
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Glenn Dods, 
   Dennis Tindall (Michael Simeonoff 73'), Warren Fleet, David Taylor, Kevin Weymouth, 
   Steve Sumner, Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Referee:
   P Jayaram (Singapore)

207. Friendly - President's Cup
Sep 25, Seoul, Municipal Stadium 
South Korea B        1-0  New Zealand   
 (Huh Jung-moon 80')
South Korea B:
   Kim Whang-ho, Whang Jung-seon, Park Byung-chul, Choo Young-jeung, Chang Gi-moon,
   Kim Sung-nam, Joo Dong-choon, Lee Cha-man, Shin Hyun-ho, Huh Jung-moon,
   Cho Kwang-nae (Park Chang-sun 77').   
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c] (David Taylor 46'), Adrian Elrick, 
   Ian Park, Michael Simeonoff, Steve Sumner, Warren Fleet (Dennis Tindall 68'), 
   Kevin Weymouth, Brian Turner, Kevin Mulgrew.
   Coach: Barrie Truman. 
Referee:
   S Kathiravale (Malaysia).

208. Friendly
Sep 28, Daegu  
South Korea B        1-1  New Zealand
 (Huh Jung-moon 3' - Sam Malcolmson 52')
South Korea B:
   Kim Whang-ho, Park Kyung-bok, Park Byung-chul, Choo Young-jeung, Chang 
   Gi-moon, Lee Cha-man, Park Chang-sun, Ha Tae-bong, Huh Jung-moon, Shin 
   Hyun-ho, Joo Dong-choon. 
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Dennis 
   Tindall, Steve Sumner, David Taylor (Kevin Weymouth 73'), Kevin Mulgrew, 
   Sam Malcolmson, Brian Turner [c].
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   Park Jong-hwan (South Korea).

209. (91) International Friendly
Oct 2, Nouméa, Stade de Magenta
New Caledonia        2-1  New Zealand
 (Waar Hmae 74', 79' - Brian Turner 83')
New Caledonia:      
   Michel Clarque, Jean Wadriako, Simon Bearune, Bernard Ukeiwe, Joannes Koroma, 
   Jacques Koindredi, Segin Wayewol, Pierre Iopue, Jean Wacapo, Waar Hmae, Pierre 
   Zeoula.
New Zealand:        
   Praven Jeram, Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley, Michael Simeonoff, Ian Park, Dennis Tindall 
   (Steve Sumner), Brian Turner, Dave Taylor, Kevin Weymouth (Kevin Mulgrew), 
   Sam Malcolmson, Earle Thomas [c].
   Coach: Barrie Truman.

1977


210. Friendly
Feb 28, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          5-2  Ba
 (Keith Nelson 4, Steve Sumner - Farouk Janeman, Waisea Naicovu)
New Zealand:        
   Phil Dando, Tony Sibley, Graham Griffiths, Adrian Elrick [c], Ron Armstrong, 
   Steve Sumner, Brian Turner (Warren Fleet), Eric Lesbirel, Kevin Weymouth, Keith 
   Nelson, Earle Thomas (Greg Hough).
   Coach: Wally Hughes.   
Ba (Fiji):                 
   Bale Raniga, Mitcheli Turaganikeli, Jone Nakosia, Inia Bola, Semi Tabalwalu, 
   Bobby Sahadat, Waisea Naicovu, Vimlesh Singh, Kini Mocelutu, Farouk Janeman [c], 
   Amani Qere.
   Sub used: Josetaki Korivitu.

211 (92). International Friendly
Mar 5, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          3-0  New Caledonia
 (Clive Campbell ?, 72', Greg Hough)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Ian Park, Dave 
   Taylor, Warren Fleet, Eric Lesbirel, Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Greg Hough.
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
New Caledonia:      
   Eugene Homou, Simon Bearune [c], Bernard Ukeiwe, Christophe Oiremoin, Joanes 
   Koroma (Robert Wadriako), Sagit Wayewol, André Forest (Dero Saihuliwa), 
   Jean-Jacques Koindredi, Pierre Wacapo, Waar Hmae, Manou Koimpi.
   Coach: Jules Hmeune.
Referee:            
   A T Blackburn (New Zealand).

212. (93) International Friendly
Mar 8, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          4-0  New Caledonia
(Keith Nelson 2, Clive Campbell, Dave Taylor)
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Ian Park, Ron Armstrong, Brian 
   Turner, Eric Lesbirel, Dave Taylor, Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Kevin Weymouth.   
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
New Caledonia:      
   Roland Ruet, Robert Wadriako, Simon Bearune [c], Christophe Oiremoin, Joanes 
   Koroma, Dero Saihuliwa, Emile Iopue, Sagit Wayewol, Pierre Wacapo, Waar Hmae, 
   Jean Xowie.
   Coach: Jules Hmeune.
Referee:            
   Leslie Coffman (New Zealand).
Note:               
   The match was abandoned at 41' after the referee was assaulted by several New 
   Caledonian players.

213. (94) World Cup Qualifying
Mar 19, Auckland, Newmarket Park 
New Zealand          6-0  Taiwan
 (Keith Nelson 3', 6', 60', Clive Campbell 16', David Taylor 42', Kevin Weymouth 73')
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton, Adrian Elrick, Ron Armstrong, Brian Turner 
   (Warren Fleet 60'), Steve Sumner, David Taylor, Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Kevin 
   Weymouth.
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
Taiwan:
   Chen Hung-chiang, Hsu Chih-hsiang, Lee Fu-tsai, Jong Chien-wu, Doe Tson-fu, Fang 
   Shin-sing, Lo Chih-tsong, Chang Kuo-chi, Choa Chen-chung, Chen Chun-ming (Lee Down-jia 46'), 
   Lin Tsun-tien.
Referee:
   G Suppiah (Singapore). 

214. (95) World Cup Qualifying
Mar 23, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          6-0  Taiwan
 (Steve Sumner 15', 51', 55', Keith Nelson 10', 74', OG 71')
New Zealand:
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley (Ian Park 46'), John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Ron Armstrong, 
   Brian Turner, Steve Sumner, David Taylor, Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Kevin Weymouth.
   Coach: Wally Hughes. 
Taiwan:
   Chen Hung-chiang, Hsu Chih-hsiang, Lee Fu-tsai, Jong Chien-wu, Doe Tson-fu, Fang Shin-sing, 
   Lo Chih-tsong, Chang Kuo-chi, Choa Chen-chung, Lin Tsun-tien, You Chen-kung.
Referee:
   H S Dhillon (Singapore).  

215. (96) World Cup Qualifying
Mar 27, Sydney, Sydney Cricket Ground
Australia            3-1  New Zealand
 (Peter Ollerton 60', 85, John Kosmina 72' - Keith Nelson 4')
Australia:          
   Todd Clarke, George Harris, Peter Wilson, Col Bennett, Harry Williams, Agenor Muniz 
   (Dave Harding 67'), Gary Byrne, Jimmy Rooney, Atti Abonyi, Peter Ollerton, John Kosmina.
   Coach: Jimmy Shoulder.
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Ron Armstrong, Brian Turner, 
   Steve Sumner, Dave Taylor, Clive Campbell (Glenn Dods 65'), Keith Nelson, Kevin Weymouth 
   (Ian Park 82').
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
Referee:            
   Chan Tam-sun (Hong Kong).

216. (97) World Cup Qualifying
Mar 30, Auckland, Newmarket Park, 11000
New Zealand          1-1  Australia
 (Keith Nelson 34' - Peter Ollerton 18')
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Ron Armstrong, Brian Turner, 
   Steve Sumner, Dave Taylor, Glenn Dods, Keith Nelson, Kevin Weymouth (Ian Park).
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
Australia:          
   Todd Clarke, George Harris, Peter Wilson, Col Bennett, Harry Williams, Dave Harding, 
   Jimmy Rooney, Gary Byrne, John Kosmina, Peter Ollerton, Atti Abonyi.
   Coach: Jimmy Shoulder.
Referee:            
   Cheung Kwok-kui (Hong Kong).

217. Friendly
May 25, Auckland, Newmarket Park
New Zealand          3-2  Luton Town
 (Keith Nelson 2, Sam Malcolmson - Paul Price, John Faulkner)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, Alex Young, Adrian Elrick [c], Ron Armstrong, Brian Turner, 
   Steve Sumner (Warren Fleet), Eric Lesbirel, Glenn Dods, Sam Malcolmson, Keith Nelson.
   Coach: Wally Hughes.   
Luton Town FC (England):      
   Milija Aleksic, Paul Price, John Faulkner (Graham Jones), Jim McNichol, Steve Buckley, 
   David Carr, Ricky Hill, Pasquale Fuccillo, Jim Husband, David Geddes, Brian Chambers.
   Coach: Harry Haslam.
Referee:            
   R N Harries (New Zealand).
Coaches:            

218. Friendly
May 26, Wellington, Basin Reserve
New Zealand          2-3  Luton Town
 (Sam Malcolmson, Keith Nelson - Gary Heale, Pasquale Fuccillo, David Carr)
New Zealand:        
   Kevin Curtin, Tony Sibley, John Houghton [c], Adrian Elrick, Ron Armstrong, Brian 
   Turner, Steve Sumner, Dave Taylor, Glenn Dods, Sam Malcolmson, Keith Nelson.
   Coach: Wally Hughes.   
Luton Town FC (England):      
   Milija Aleksic (Tony Knight), Paul Price, John Faulkner, Jim McNichol (Graham Jones), 
   Peter Mead, David Carr, Ricky Hill, Pasquale Fuccillo, Jim Husband, Steve Buckley, 
   Brian Chambers (Gary Heale).
   Coach: Harry Haslam.
Referee:            
   A T Blackburn (New Zealand).

1978


219. Friendly   
Jun 7, Christchurch, English Park
New Zealand          0-4  England B
 (David Needham, John Hollins, Gordon Hill, Brian Talbot)
New Zealand:
   Sandy Davie, Ian Park, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick [c], Ron Armstrong, Glenn Dods 
   (Duncan Cole), Brian Turner, Steve Sumner, David Taylor (Alf Stamp), Earle Thomas, 
   Keith Nelson.
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
England B:
   Joe Corrigan, Viv Anderson, David Needham, Glenn Roeder, Alan Kennedy, Steve Daley, 
   Brian Talbot, Gary Owen, John Hollins, John Richards (Mick Speight), Gordon Hill 
   (Paul Mariner).
   Coach: Bobby Robson.
Referee:
   R Harries (New Zealand).

220. Friendly
Jun 11, Wellington, Basin Reserve
New Zealand          1-3  England B
 (Brian Turner - Gordon Hill 55', Viv Anderson, David Needham)
New Zealand:
   Praven Jeram (Sandy Davie), Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley, Bobby Almond, Ian Park, Duncan 
   Cole, Steve Sumner, Adrian Elrick [c], Keith Nelson, Earle Thomas (Alf Stamp), Brian 
   Turner (David Taylor).
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
England B:
   Joe Corrigan, Viv Anderson, David Needham, Glenn Roeder, Alan Kennedy, Steve Daley 
   (Tom Langley), Brian Talbot (Mick Speight), Gary Owen, John Hollins, Paul Mariner, 
   Gordon Hill (Mel Eves).
   Coach: Bobby Robson.
Referee:
   W Munro (New Zealand). 

221. Friendly       
Jun 14, Auckland, Newmarket Park     
New Zealand          0-4  England B
 (Brian Talbot 2, Mick Speight, Paul Mariner)
New Zealand:
   Sandy Davie, Glenn Dods, Tony Sibley [c], Bobby Almond, Ian Park, Brian Turner, 
   Steve Sumner, Ron Armstrong, Iain Ormond (Alf Stamp), Kevin Weymouth, Keith Nelson 
   (Adrian Elrick).
   Coach: Wally Hughes.
England B:
   Joe Corrigan, Viv Anderson, David Needham, Glenn Roeder, Alan Kennedy, Mick Speight, 
   Brian Talbot, Gary Owen (Steve Daley), John Hollins (Tom Langley), Paul Mariner, Gordon 
   Hill (Mel Eves).
   Coach: Bobby Robson.
Referee:
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand).

222. Friendly
Sep 11, Daegu (South Korea)
Paas                 2-1  New Zealand
 (Behtash Fariba 32', Faramarz Ezzati 42' - Michael Simeonoff 20')
Paas (Iran):
   n/a               
New Zealand:        
   Barry Pickering, Tony Sibley, Glen Adam, Michael Simeonoff, Adrian Elrick, Brian 
   Turner [c], Duncan Cole, Peter Simonsen, Ken Cresswell (Robert Ten Broeke), Keith Nelson, 
   Steve Sumner.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:            
   Baek Bong-Ki (South Korea).
Notes:
   This match was originally counted as a full international vs. Iran.
   Robert Ten Broeke, at the age of 16 years and 341 days became
   the youngest player to play for New Zealand beating David Taylor
   record of 17 years and 198 days (set in 1967). 

223. Friendly 
Sep 13, Busan (South Korea)
FAR Rabat            3-0  New Zealand
 (Aman Allah Azzdine 48', Khalid Labiea 55', Darouich Mustapha 85') 
FAR Rabat (Morocco):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Barry Pickering, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Brian Turner [c], Michael Simeonoff, 
   Robert Ten Broeke (Mark Armstrong), Peter Simonsen, Steve Sumner, Keith Nelson, Duncan 
   Cole, Ken Cresswell (Neil Haines).
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Referee:            
   Maeng Kwang-sup (South Korea).
Notes:
   This match was originally counted as a full international vs. Morocco. 
   Some sources claim that Glen Adam participated in this match.

224. Friendly
Sep 15, Seoul (South Korea), Municipal Stadium
Ein. Frankfurt U21   0-3  New Zealand   
 (Mark Armstrong, Robert Ten Broeke, Steve Sumner pen)
Eintracht Frankfurt U21 (West Germany):
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Barry Pickering, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Glen Adam, Duncan Cole, Peter Simonsen, 
   Steve Sumner, Nigel Debenham, Mark Armstrong, Brian Turner [c], Robert Ten Broeke.     
   Coach: Barrie Truman.  
Referee:            
   Toros Kibritjian (USA).
Note:
   Some sources list Michael Simeonoff instead of Glen Adam, Keith Nelson instead for 
   Mark Armstrong (who is listed as a substitute for Robert Ten Broeke) and have Ken 
   Cresswell being substituted by Nigel Debenham.    

225. Friendly
Sep 27, Kuala Lumpur
Selangor FC          2-1  New Zealand
 (Marzuki Ismaun 9', K Kanagarajah 72' - Ken Cresswell 67')
Selangor FC (Malaysia):
   n/a
New Zealand:        
   Clint Gosling, Tony Sibley, Adrian Elrick, Glen Adam, Duncan Cole, Nigel Debenham 
   (Michael Simeonoff), Peter Simonsen, Ken Cresswell (Robert Ten Broeke), Steve Sumner, 
   Brian Turner [c], Keith Nelson.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.   
Note:
   Brian Turner was sent-off late in this match.

226. (98) International Friendly
Oct 10, Singapore   
Singapore            0-2  New Zealand
 (Peter Simonsen, Keith Nelson)
Singapore:
   n/a
New Zealand:
   Barry Pickering, Tony Sibley (Neil Haines), Glen Adam, Adrian Elrick, Duncan Cole, 
   Nigel Debenham (Michael Simeonoff), Peter Simonsen, Steve Sumner, Ken Cresswell, 
   Brian Turner, Keith Nelson.
   Coach: Barrie Truman.
Referee:
   ? (Singapore). 

1979


227. Friendly 
May 11, Auckland, Newmarket Park 
New Zealand          1-4  Norwich City 
 (Keith Nelson  - Kevin Bond 5', Martin Peters 37', Justin Fashanu 43', Keith Robson) 
New Zealand: 
   Alex Davie, Duncan Cole, Sam Malcolmson, Adrian Elrick, David 
   Bright, Tony Sibley [c], Robert Almond (Ken Cresswell), Steve 
   Sumner, Brian Turner (Gary Paddison), Keith Nelson (Duncan Ormond), 
   Alf Stamp. 
   Coach: John Adshead. 
Norwich City (England): 
   Roger Hansbury, Kevin Bond, Phil Hoadley, Tony Powell, Ian Davies, 
   Keith Robson, Mick McGuire, Martin Peters, Graham Paddon, Kevin Reeves, 
   Justin Fashanu. 
   Coach: John Bond.  
Referee: 
   Bill Munro (New Zealand).
Note:
   It is unknown whether Norwich made any substitutions. 


228. (99) International Friendly  
Jun 13, Auckland, Newmarket Park, 4000  
New Zealand          1-0  Australia 
 (Duncan Ormond 58') 
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Adrian 
   Elrick, Brian Turner, Steve Sumner, Duncan Cole, Duncan Ormond (Alf Stamp 80'), 
   Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij.
   Coach: John Adshead.   
Australia: 
   Greg Woodhouse, Colin Curran, Peter Wilson [c], Steven O'Connor, Paul Degney 
   (John O'Shea 65'), Tony Henderson (John Kosmina 46'), Gary Byrne (Agenor Muniz 60'), 
   Mark Jankovics, Joe Watson, Eddie Krncevic, Peter Sharne. 
   Coach: Rudi Gutendorf. 
Referee: 
   Tom Delahunty (New Zealand). 
Note:
   Some sources list John Kosmina substituting Mark Jankovic, not Tony Henderson
   and Agenor Muniz substituting Peter Sharne, not Gary Byrne. 


229. (100) International Friendly  
Jun 29, Suva, Buckhurst Park 
Fiji                 0-6  New Zealand 
 (Keith Nelson 3, Shane Rufer, Duncan Cole, Brian Turner) 
Fiji:
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Adrian Elrick, 
   David Bright (Alex Metzger), Duncan Cole, Brian Turner, John Leijh, 
   Alf Stamp (Duncan Ormond), Shane Rufer, Keith Nelson.
   Coach: John Adshead. 
Referee: 
   n/a 


230. (101) International Friendly 
Jul 1, Lautoka, Churchill Park 
Fiji                 0-3  New Zealand 
 (Sam Malcolmson, Shane Rufer, Chris Turner) 
Fiji:
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Alex Davie, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Adrian Elrick, Alex Metzger, 
   Duncan Cole, Brian Turner (David Bright), Chris Turner, Duncan Ormond, 
   Shane Rufer (Alf Stamp), Keith Nelson. 
   Coach: John Adshead.
Referee: 
   n/a 


231. (102) International Friendly   
Jul 26, Noumea, Stade de Magenta 
New Caledonia        0-2  New Zealand 
 (Keith Nelson, Steve Sumner) 
New Caledonia: 
   Roland Ruet, Celestin Ouaka, Jean Djamali (Dero Saihuliwa), Bernard Ukeiwe, 
   Simon Bearune, Jean Jacques Koindredi, Marcel Kamba, Maxine Kenon, War Hmae 
   (Simei Ihily), Sagite Wayewol, Pierre Wacapo. 
   Coach: n/a
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Brian Turner, Duncan Cole (Alf Stamp), Steve Sumner, Duncan Ormond (Shane Rufer), 
   Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij (David Bright). 
   Coach: John Adshead.
Referee: 
   André Nakagawa (New Caledonia). 


232. Friendly 
Oct 2, Kuwait, Qadisiyya Stadium 
Al-Qadisiyya         3-1  New Zealand 
 (Jassim Yachoub 2, Abdullah Nawwab - Clive Campbell) 
Al-Qadisiyya:
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Alex Davie, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Duncan Cole, 
   Brian Turner, Steve Sumner (Chris Turner), John McDermid, Clive Campbell 
   (Gary Jenkins), Keith Nelson (Shane Rufer), Johan Verweij. 
   Coach: John Adshead.
Referee:
   n/a    
Note:
   Some source report Al-Qadisiyya winning 3-1 with Jassim Yachoub
   scoring two goals.
   Chris Turner also listed substituting John McDermid, not Steve Sumner.
    

233. (103) International Friendly
Oct 3, Bahrein, Manama, Isa Town Stadium 
Bahrain              0-2  New Zealand 
 (Johan Verweij, Clive Campbell) 
Bahrein:
   n/a 
New Zealand:
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson (Glen Adam), Robert Almond, 
   Adrian Elrick, Brian Turner (David Bright), Steve Sumner, Duncan Cole, 
   Clive Campbell, Shane Rufer (Keith Nelson), Johan Verweij (Chris Turner).
   Coach: John Adshead.    
Referee: 
   M A Khulgoon (Bahrain). 


234. Friendly 
Oct 5, Dubai, Al-Ahli Stadium 
Al-Ahli SC           1-1  New Zealand 
 (Zohair - Robert Almond) 
Al-Ahli SC (UAE):
   n/a    
New Zealand: 
   Brian Turner, Tony Sibley [c], Glen Adam, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Duncan Cole, Steve Sumner, Keith Nelson, Chris Turner, Clive Campbell 
   (Shane Rufer), Johan Verweij (Sam Malcolmson). 
   Coach: John Adshead.
Referee:
   n/a
Note:
   Brian Turner played as a goalkeeper in this match.
       

235. (104) International Friendly 
Oct 8, Manama, Isa Town Stadium 
Bahrain              1-2  New Zealand 
 (Ibrahim Zuqayed - Brian Turner, Keith Nelson) 
Bahrein:
   n/a   
New Zealand:
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Glen Adam, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Duncan Cole (Johan Verweij), Steve Sumner, Chris Turner, Clive Campbell 
   (Shane Rufer), Brian Turner (Gary Jenkins), Keith Nelson. 
   Coach: John Adshead.   
Referee: 
   A K M Abdul Reza (Bahrain). 


236. Friendly
Oct 10, Belfast, The Oval 
Irish FA XI          2-0  New Zealand 
 (C McCurdy, B Quinn) 
Irish FA XI: 
   R McDonald, R McCreery, R Cromie, R Walsh, P Rafferty, M Donaghy, J Sloan, 
   B Quinn, C McCurdy, T Armstrong (P McCusker), W Feeney.
   Coach: n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Glen Adam, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Chris Turner (John McDermid), Steve Sumner, David Bright, Keith Nelson, 
   Brian Turner (Sam Malcolmson), Johan Verweij (Shane Rufer).
   Coach: John Adshead.    
Referee: 
   O'Donnelly (Nth Ireland). 


237. Friendly  
Oct 12, Dublin, Richmond Road 
League of Ireland    2-1  New Zealand 
 (Hillary Carlisle, Eamon Greig - Brian Turner) 
League of Ireland:
   n/a
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Brian Turner, Steve Sumner, Glen Adam, Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij.
   Coach: John Adshead.    
Referee: 
   J Carpenter (Ireland). 


238. Friendly 
Oct 15, London, Leyton Stadium 
England B            4-1  New Zealand 
 (Mick Flanagan, Vince Hilaire, Glen Hoddle, OG - Keith Nelson) 
England B: 
   Phil Parkers, Kevin Bond, David Peach, Brian Talbot, Malcolm Waldron, 
   Glenn Roeder, Vince Hilaire, Alan Sunderland, Glen Hoddle, Mick Flanagan, 
   Graham Rix.
   Coach: n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick, 
   Brian Turner (Chris Turner), Steve Sumner, Glen Adam (Duncan Cole), Clive Campbell 
   (Shane Rufer), Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij.
   Coach: John Adshead.    
Referee: 
   G J M Geurds (Netherlnads). 


239. Friendly  
Oct 17, Ipswich, Portman Road
Ipswich Town         1-0  New Zealand 
 (OG) 
Ipswich Town (England): 
   Laurie Sivell, Nigel Crouch, Terry Butcher, Frans Thijssen, Russell Osman, 
   Kevin Beattie, Noel Parkinson, Arnold Muhren (Steve McCall), Paul Mariner 
   (Robin Turner), Eric Gates (Alan Brazil), Clive Woods (Roger Osborne).
   Coach: n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Alex Davie, Tony Sibley [c], Glen Adam (Sam Malcolmson), Robert Almond, David 
   Bright, Duncan Cole, John McDermid (Steve Sumner), Chris Turner (Brian Turner), 
   Gary Jenkins (Clive Campbell), Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij (Shane Rufer).
   Coach: John Adshead.   
Referee: 
   B A Collings (England). 
Note:
   Some sources list Brian Turner substituting Duncan Cole, not Chris Turner. 


240. Friendly  
Oct 22, Norwich, Carrow Road 
Norwich City         5-0  New Zealand 
 (Justin Fashanu 2, Steven Goble 2, Alan Taylor) 
Norwich City (England): 
   Kevin Keelan (Roger Hansbury), Kevin Bond, Greg Downs, Mick McGuire, R Brown, 
   David Jones, Steven Goble, Alan Taylor, Justin Fashanu, Dave Bennett, Martin 
   Peters (John Ryan).
   Coach: n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Richard Wilson, Tony Sibley [c], Sam Malcolmson (Chris Turner), Robert Almond, 
   Adrian Elrick (David Bright), Brian Turner (Duncan Cole), Steve Sumner, Glen Adam, 
   Clive Campbell, Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij (Shane Rufer).
   Coach: John Adshead.    
Referee: 
  V Roper (England). 


241. Friendly   
Oct 29, Dundee, Dens Park 
Dundee FC            8-1  New Zealand 
 (Shirra 2, Sinclair 2, Pirie 2, Murphy, McLaren - Sumner) 
Dundee FC (Scotland): 
   n/a 
New Zealand: 
   Alex Davie [c], Tony Sibley, Sam Malcolmson, Robert Almond, Adrian Elrick 
   (John McDermid), Brian Turner, Steve Sumner, Duncan Cole, Clive Campbell, 
   Keith Nelson, Johan Verweij (Chris Turner). 
   Coach: John Adshead.   
Referee: 
   R B Valentine (Scotland). 

Overview File
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