★ 1991 Trans-Tasman Test series
The 1991 Trans-Tasman Test series was an international rugby league test series played in Australia between Australia and New Zealand. The series, which started on 3 July in Melbourne and finished on 31 July in Brisbane, consisted of three test matches, with the third test doubling as a 1989–1992 Rugby League World Cup tournament match. New Zealand did not play in any other matches while on tour.
The test series was shown on Australias seven network with commentary provided by the Pat Welch, Roy masters and John Harker. Paul Vautin is a side comment during the first test in Melbourne, but was replaced from the second test Harker to let Wally Lewis will join the team after his omission from the Australian test team. Also do sideline reporting in the series was John Brady. The series was broadcast in New Zealand on TV3 with comments provided by the Australian Graham Hughes and former New Zealand and then the manly-Warringah coach Graham Lowe.
1. Australia. (Австралия)
The Australians, coached by Bob Fulton and Mal Meninga under, out of the successful 1990 kangaroo tour, while all players have selected three kiwi tests recently participated in the 1991 state of origin series, won 2-1 over QLD NSW Vic was actually coached by former kiwi test coach Graham Lowe. Queensland captain Wally Lewis made his return to the team of testers for the first test in the Olympic Park, after missing only 1990 and all these years, tests with a torn hamstring and later a fractured right forearm. Lewis was scandalously excluded from the tour kangaroo team doctor Nathan Gibbs. Melbourne will be his last test in green and Gold, Lewis was one of four players dropped from the side after losing 8-24 to Kiwi.
The series began the international career of the Canberra raiders hooker Steve Walters, who knocked out a kangaroo and current New South Wales captain benny Elias for the first test of connecting the role, and wingers Willie Carne, Brisbane Broncos and rod Wishart Illawarra Steelers, who made his debut in the second test in Sydney, all three scored tries on debut. Also making its Australian debut in Sydney Eastern suburbs was a front row forward Craig Salvatori, who played his only two career tests in the series. The series will be the last appearance in the Australian jumper of the veteran test players Wally Lewis and des Hasler and Penriths mark Geyer. Giant 66" 197 cm) Broncos and Queensland defender Paul Hauff, the highest ever recorded for a defender in the history of Australia Premier League, made his only appearance in the Australian jumper in the first test after starring in Queensland in the origin series. This, however, was his only test, with Andrew Ettingshausen preferred for the two final tests.
2. New Zealand. (Новая Зеландия)
Test team new Zealand were coached by Bob Bailey and a captain from Balmain Tigers halfback Gary Freeman, who actually was dumped in the reserves at the time the tigers and a former Australian kangaroos coach Alan Jones. Kiwi came in a series of two test series win over France, and consisted of players playing in New Zealand, Australia and the UK, while the Australian team consisted of players only from the Winfield Cup.
Shoot Wigan utility back Frano Botica, who debuted for the kiwis in the first test against France, was kiwi defender for the three tests. Australian coach Bob Fulton Botica rating as good as any defender in the Winfield Cup. Only kiwi on debut in Melbourne, was Christchurch-born, South Sydney Rabbitohs Forward Jason Williams, playing the first of 12 career tests.
Kiwi was managed by ray Haffenden. Unlike the Australians, whose squad were all playing in the NSWRL Premier League, the team kiwi tour included those playing in New Zealand, Australia and England. Kiwi composition: Gary Freeman, Balmain, Ritchie Blackmore Castleford, Wigan Frano Botica Peter brown Halifax, Clayton friend Carlyle, Kevin IRO manly-Warringah, Tony Kemp Newcastle, Emosi stab Widnes, Dean Lonergan Oakland, Duane Mann of Warrington, George Mann St Helens, Jarrod Burt Canterbury-Bankstown, Gary Mercer Warrington, Tawera Nikau Castleford, Mike Patton glenora, Brent Todd, Canberra, Dave Watson of Halifax and Jason Williams of South Sydney.
A few ex-Rugby players playing in the Winfield Cup, including former "All Blacks" John Shuster of Newcastle, Matthew ridge, manly-Warringah and Kurt Sherlock, Eastern suburbs, as well as Daryl Halligan of North Sydney, was unavailable due to disagreements between their clubs and nzrl for compensation, although manly and Newcastle and the nzrl have managed to agree on the question Kevin IRO, who only joined Eagles a month before the series and Tony Kemp, respectively. Despite the lack of Cup Wingfield superboots ridge and Halligan, kiwis have not lost anything in kicking the ball because of the choice Wigan superboot Frano Botica.
With around-the-corner style Kicker Botica makes a goal kick for New Zealand and Australia, based on the old style and less precise toe-poke kicking style employed by captain Mal Meninga, shoot-this is an area where Kiwi was thought to have an advantage over the Australians going into the series.
3. First Test. (Первый Тест)
The first test of the series 1991 was also the worlds first test Rugby League to be played in Australia are conducted in New South Wales and Queensland.
New Zealand took a 24-8 upset win in front of the fans 26.900 in Melbourne, having beaten the Australians in their first test at home for the third time in a row after a successful tour kangaroo also after the victory over the kangaroos at lang Park in 1983 and 1987.
Australian second row forward Bob Lindner broke his right foot in the second half of the game. No English judge John Holdsworth, nor the touch judges saw the kiwi front rower Peter brown intentionally knock the ball out of the Lindners hands as he lay on the ground in pain. Despite Lindner was lying on the ground crying from the pain, Holdsworth ruled play-believe Australian second rower just lost the ball. Then kiwi swept the ball to the left where winger Ritchie Blackmore to beat Dale Shearer to decide the result. Champion pivot Wally Lewis played 34 tests for Australia, as age and injuries were finally catching up with the 31-year-1986 kangaroo captain, although he came close to having to score in the second half, but was held up over the line a desperate Gary Freeman. He was also the last of the 19 tests for the veteran Australian prop Steve roach forward, while defender Paul Hauff played his only test match after the kiwi exposed to high problem of defenders handling the balls around his feet with a constant Rooter feet on the greasy surface. The game plan was kiwi to avoid using bombs as Hauff and wingers Dale and Andrew Ettingshausen Shearer also noted, the defenders were considered safe under the ball and it worked to perfection. On debut, Canberra and Queensland hooker Steve Walters was one of Australias best in a losing side, scoring his teams only try with a strong drive from dummy half midway through the first half.
Lewis, Hauff and the 16-test veteran Dale Shearer was widely publicized never to play for Australia after a bad performance. Shearer missed two tackles on Kiwi winger Ritchie Blackmore in the second half, first allowed him to make a 30 metre break down the touchline before the match Jarrod Burt, who dived to Kiwi first try, despite a desperate struggle with Ettingshausen who ran from the far wing. Later, Shearer failed to stop the Blackmore just five metres from their line, allowing the winger in New Zealand for the second time. Shearer also bombed a try early in the first half after receiving a pass from Meninga and making the break on the left wing and he chip kicked but for Frano Botica, but the ball was behind the line as he tried to catch it.
The opening tackle of the game saw an accidental head clash between Steve Roach and kiwi second rower Dean Lonergan, who left Lonergan in convulsions on the ground, he would recover and finish the game, while roach received a cut that required eight stitches.
Both captains, first Gary Freeman and then Mal Meninga, was sent to the penalty box in the second half English referee Holdsworth.
4. Second Test. (Второй Тест)
Attendance 34.911 at the football stadium in Sydney was the largest for a test match in Australia since 1977.
The Australians, with a new look, the parties, including six new faces after losing the first test, three of them on debut, ran in eight tries to zero to level the series at one all with a resounding 44-0 win. Wishart Illawarra Steelers rod striker became the second player from the club to represent Australia after Queensland winger Alan mcindoe technique, and scored a try on debut. Wishart, like his coach, Bob Fulton, was in the region of Illawarra juniors, where he played in Gerringong, where he coached for a long time PARRAMATTA, New South Wales and the Australian shoot-centre Mick Cronin. Australian other winger on debut was the Brisbane Broncos rookie of the year Willie carne, who scored a try in a confident display 1990. In Australia going into the match with two specialist wingers, Andrew Ettingshausen was moved from wing to his favorite place, the protector of his first test in the position of having played nine of the last ten tests on the wing. Another player on debut was Eastern suburbs front row forward Craig Salvatori, who replaced Balmains Steve roach.
Reminiscent of the Australian five-eight Peter Jackson, the kiwi centre Jarrod Burt were both sent off in the first half on a high gear on Wishart on the Kiwi five-eighth Dave Watson. Scoring 24 points in the first test, New Zealands only moment in the game was the penalty kick goal Frano Botica in the first half, the Australian defence remaining solid in their attack, led by Allan Langer, Laurie Daley and man of the match Bradley Clyde huffed.
5. Third Test. (Третье Испытание)
The third and final match of the 1991 TRANS-Tasman test series, played at Brisbanes lang Park, two times in the 1989-1992 Rugby League world Cup tournament match.
Continuing its 44-0 win in Sydney only a week before, the Australians, who went into the match with unchanged composition, ran in seven tries to two, beating New Zealand 40-12 to win world Cup points.
Australian captain Mal Meninga broke the Australian points Test record Michael Cronin 201 points from the first half to try. Meninga justified the decision, coach Bob Fulton for his team captain, goal Kicker when he landed 14 / 20 for the series, despite the addition of goal-kicking winger Wishart rod team from the second test. Wishart kicked 43 goals 33 76.7% for the Steelers in the 1991 Winfield Cup before making his debut test, Meninga kicked 34 goals from 60 56.6% on his side in Canberra.
Giant Penrith back row forward mark Geyer playing what would prove to be his last test match, was named player of the match.
6. Aftermath. (После)
After NSWRL season 1991, kangaroos embarked on their first and, by 2017, the only tour of Papua New Guinea. Kangaroo would win all 5 games played in this tour, including two tests against Papua New Guinea.
Australia went on to finish undefeated in Cup play in the world pool with eight wins. New Zealand ranked third equal with the UKs points, with five wins and three defeats, but on points differential.
In 1992 world Cup final, held in the international record 73.631 fans at the famous Wembley stadium in London, Britain, Australia defeated great Britain 10-6 to win his seventh world Cup Rugby League.
New Zealand will lose to Australia in the Anzac test in 1998 to the stadium North harbour in Auckland. They would not contradict them in the series before defeating them 24-0 in the 2005 tri Nations final at stadium "Elland road" in Leeds, England.
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