WIN FOR R.N.Z.A.F.
BRIGHT RUGBY MATCH
.LONDON, October 18. fiJ&liS 1* Aircraftman X. Macdonald (Marlborough), a former All Black who subsequently played in England for Streatham and Huddersfield, scored eight points—two tries and one con-versxon-when the E.N.Z.A.P. beat S^ yJA 0S? ltal + b3; n P°intsto P& Macdonaldhad not played ?since 1939, when he had cartilage removed from his right knee. He turned u&toSe the match as a spectator, but was-invit'ed which the crowd, includine theisrew inland High Commissioner, Mr. J™ ?«£«' I • Officer E- Grant >' Act"ig Jl e n s "g Airman J. Brown (Wellington) Sergeant J. Mcc (Dunedin) Sub. Lieutenant N. Lawrence, C Saundwcock; forwards, • Sergeant^ L. DustS (Palmerston North), C. Stevens cSIaJS ton) A. Matheson (Carterton), ' Corporals T. Blomfield. E. Gray -(Auckland) Ordinary Seaman D.S. Hart (Feilding), jb. L «win (Pal»erstoa
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WIN FOR R.N.Z.A.F., Evening Post, Volume CXXXIV, Issue 96, 20 October 1942
WIN FOR R.N.Z.A.F. Evening Post, Volume CXXXIV, Issue 96, 20 October 1942
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