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LONDON, April 19. Fifteen thousand persons attended the Rusrby match at Twickenham. Sir Douglas Haij-; accompanied the King, who shook hands with the players. Play was even in the first half. The Frenchmen opened the scoring with a try. Singe shortly afterwards equalised matters. Stohr's kick at goal failing. In the second half the New Zealanders quickly assumed and maintained the upper hand. Frizell, West, Killick, Brown, and Ford scored trios, Ryan converting; the last one. The New Zealanders were in superb condition, and a sounder knowledge of the game gave them a distinct advantage.

Before the Rugby match at Twickenham the Kins; congratulated the New Zealanders on winning the inter-service tournament, and handed the cup to Ryan, the captain.

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DETAILS OF PLAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9593, 24 April 1919

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DETAILS OF PLAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9593, 24 April 1919

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