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1960s Lions: Squads and results
*Players listed in italics were sent out as replacements

THE 1962 LIONS

Backs: DIE Bebb (Swansea and Wales), NH Brophy (University College Dublin and Ireland), HJC Brown (Blackheath and RAF), RC Cowan (Selkirk and Scotland), JM Dee (Hartlepool Rovers and England), D Hewitt (Queen's University Belfast and Ireland), WR Hunter (CIYMS and Ireland), REG Jeeps (Northampton and England), TJ Kiernan (University College Cork and Ireland), DK Jones (Llanelli and Wales), A O'Connor (Aberavon and Wales), RAW Sharp (Oxford University and England), AR Smith (capt) (Edinburgh Wanderers and Scotland), GH Waddell (London Scottish and Scotland), MP Weston (Durham City and England), JG Wilcox (Oxford University and England)

Forwards: MJ Campbell-Lamerton (Army and Halifax and Scotland), GD Davidge (Newport and Wales), J Douglas (Stewart's College FP and Scotland), HO Godwin (Coventry and England), SAM Hodgson (Durham City and England), KD Jones (Cardiff and Wales), WJ McBride (Ballymena and Ireland), BV Meredith (Newport and Wales), S Millar (Ballymena and Ireland), HJ Morgan (Abertillery and Wales), WA Mulcahy (Bohemians and Ireland), D Nash (Ebbw Vale and Wales), AEI Pask (Abertillery and Wales), DP Rogers (Bedford and England), DMD Rollo (Howe of Fife and Scotland), KA Rowlands (Cardiff and Wales), TP Wright (Blackheath and England)

Manager: DB Vaughan, assistant manager HR McKibbin

Results:

Lions 38-9 Rhodesia
Lions 8-8 Griqualand West
Lions 11-6 Western Transvaal
Lions 14-11 Southern Universities
Lions 25-8 Boland
Lions 14-6 South West Africa
Lions 6-14 Northern Transvaal
Lions 3-3 South Africa (Johannesburg)
Lions 13-3 Natal
Lions 21-6 Eastern Province
Lions 14-14 Orange Free State
Lions 16-11 Junior Springboks
Lions 20-6 Combined Services
Lions 21-13 Western Province
Lions 11-3 South Western Districts
Lions 0-3 South Africa (Durban)
Lions 6-6 Northern Universities
Lions 24-3 Transvaal
Lions 3-8 South Africa (Cape Town)
Lions 34-8 North Eastern Districts
Lions 5-0 Border
Lions 14-6 Central Universities
Lions 16-19 Eastern Transvaal
Lions 14-34 South Africa (Bloemfontein)
Lions 50-0 East Africa

THE 1966 LIONS

Backs: DIE Bebb (Swansea and Wales), FBK Bresnihan (Wanderers and Ireland), CMH Gibson (Cambridge University and Ireland), AJW Hinshelwood (London Scottish and Scotland), DK Jones (Cardiff and Wales), AR Lewis (Newport and Wales), CW McFadyean (Moseley and England), TG Price (Llanelli and Wales), D Rutherford (Gloucester and England), KF Savage (Northampton and England), JC Walsh (Sunday's Well and Ireland), D Watkins (Newport and Wales), SJ Watkins (Newport and Wales), MP Weston (Durham City and England), S Wilson (London Scottish and Scotland), RM Young (Queen's University Belfast and Ireland)

Forwards: MJ Campbell-Lamerton (capt) (London Scottish and Scotland), D Grant (Hawick and Scotland), KW Kennedy (CIYMS and Ireland), FAL Laidlaw (Melrose and Scotland), RA Lamont (Instonians and Ireland), WJ McBride (Ballymena and Ireland), RJ McLoughlin (Gosforth and Ireland), NAA Murphy (Cork Constitution and Ireland), CH Norris (Cardiff and Wales), AEI Pask (Abertillery and Wales), DL Powell (Northampton and England), B Price (Newport and Wales), GJ Prothero (Bridgend and Wales), JW Telfer (Melrose and Scotland), WD Thomas (Llanelli), D Williams (Ebbw Vale and Wales)

Manager: DJ O'Brien, coach JD Robins

Results:

Lions 60-3 Western Australia
Lions 38-11 South Australia
Lions 24-14 Victoria
Lions 6-3 Combined Country XV
Lions 6-6 New South Wales
Lions 11-8 Australia (Sydney)
Lions 26-3 Queensland
Lions 31-0 Australia (Brisbane)
Lions 8-14 Southland
Lions 20-12 South Canterbury, North Otago and Mid Canterbury
Lions 9-17 Otago
Lions 24-11 New Zealand Universities
Lions 6-20 Wellington
Lions 22-14 Marlborough, Nelson, Golden Bay and Motueka
Lions 12-9 Taranaki
Lions 6-6 Bay of PlentyLions 6-3 North Auckland
Lions 3-20 New Zealand (Dunedin)
Lions 25-6 West Coast-Buller
Lions 8-6 Canterbury
Lions 17-8 Manawatu-Horowhenua
Lions 12-6 Auckland
Lions 9-6 Wairarapa-Bush
Lions 12-16 New Zealand (Wellington)
Lions 6-12 Wanganui-King Country
Lions 16-14 New Zealand Maoris
Lions 9-6 East Coast-Poverty Bay
Lions 11-11 Hawke's Bay
Lions 6-19 New Zealand (Christchurch)
Lions 9-3 New Zealand Juniors
Lions 20-9 Waikato
Lions 13-9 Thames Valley-Counties
Lions 11-24 New Zealand (Auckland)
Lions 3-8 British Columbia
Lions 19-8 Canada (Toronto)

THE 1968 LIONS

Backs: FPK Bresnihan (University College Dublin and Ireland), GC Connell (London Scottish and Scotland), TGR Davies (Cardiff and Wales), GO Edwards (Cardiff and Wales), CMH Gibson (North of Ireland and Ireland), R Hiller (Harlequins and England), AJW Hinshelwood (London Scottish and Scotland), KS Jarrett (Newport and Wales), B John (Cardiff and Wales), WK Jones (Cardiff and Wales), TJ Kiernan (capt) (Cork Constitution and Ireland), WH Raybould (London Welsh and Wales), MCR Richards (Cardiff and Wales), KF Savage (Northampton and England), JWC Turner (Gala and Scotland), RM Young (Queen's University Belfast and Ireland)

Forwards: RJ Arneil (Edinburgh Academicals and Scotland), MJ Coulman (Moseley and England), MG Doyle (Blackrock College and Ireland), KG Goodall (City of Derry and Ireland), AL Horton (Blackheath and England), PJ Larter (Northampton and England), WJ McBride (Ballymena and Ireland), S Millar (Ballymena and Ireland), JP O'Shea (Cardiff and Wales), JV Pullin (Bristol and England), PK Stagg (Sale and Scotland), J Taylor (London Welsh and Wales), RB Taylor (Northampton and England), JW Telfer (Melrose and Scotland), WD Thomas (Llanelli and Wales), BR West (Northampton and England), J Young (Harrogate and Wales)

Manager: DK Brooks, coach: AR Dawson

Results:

Lions 20-12 Western Transvaal
Lions 10-6 Western Province
Lions 24-6 South Western Districts
Lions 23-14 Eastern Province
Lions 17-5 Natal
Lions 32-6 Rhodesia
Lions 20-25 South Africa (Pretoria)
Lions 25-5 North West Cape
Lions 23-0 South West Africa
Lions 6-14 Transvaal
Lions 6-6 South Africa (Port Elizabeth)
Lions 37-9 Eastern Transvaal
Lions 22-19 Northern Transvaal
Lions 11-3 Griqualand West
Lions 14-0 Boland
Lions 6-11 South Africa (Cape Town)
Lions 26-6 Border
Lions 9-3 Orange Free State
Lions 40-12 North East Cape
Lions 6-19 South Africa (Johannesburg)




SEE ALSO
History of the Lions: The 1960s
18 May 05 |  Lions in NZ


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