★ 1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France
The 1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France was the sixteenth Kangaroo tour in which the Australian national rugby league team plays a number of tour matches against British and French teams, in addition to the Test matches. The next Kangaroo tour was staged in 1990.
Australia continued its dominance, easily winning both test series against great Britain and France, as well as victory over Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby on the way to England, passing through the entire tour undefeated repeat undefeated 1982 tour, which I saw in 1986, the team became known as the "Unbeatables". Twenty matches they scored 136 tries and conceded only 16, posting 738 points and 126 against. Terry lamb became the first player to appear in every match on the Tour kangaroo.
The team was coached 1956 / 57 kangaroo tourist don Furner, who also coached Canberra raiders in the NSWRL this year. A group headed by Queensland captain Wally Lewis, the first time in a Queensland player was the captain of the tour kangaroo with Tom Gorman led the 1929-30 kangaroo tour of great Britain. Peter sterling was named tours the Vice-captain, while the managers of the tour Gordon Treichel and John Fleming.
National Panasonic AU to deliver value products for the Australian player who is voted player of the tour the$ 5.000. The team is sponsored by Wingfield also put up to 1.000 Australian dollars for the player judged the best player of the match for each test match in the tour.
1. Squad. (Отряд)
Of the 28 players selected to go on a tour of 23 were from clubs New South Wales Rugby League and 5 were from the clubs of Rugby League in Brisbane. That was the last competition of players from Queensland was selected for the kangaroo tour.
There were a couple of noticeable differences with a team of performers. Test PARRAMATTA eels winger Eric the grotto was originally selected in the side, and even the pre-tour photos with the rest of the team. However, he was expelled later recurrence of a knee injury, and his place was taken by a young Penrith halfback Greg Alexander. The other was the usual Australian Vice-captain Wayne pierce, who was his anterior cruciate ligament rupture in the year 1986 TRANS Tasman test series against New Zealand in July. Despite intensive rehabilitation program, and decided to take his surgeon, Dr Merv cross, pierce was eliminated from the tour, the medical team of Dr. bill Monoghan after the preliminary round the teams had a physical at Redfern oval in Sydney.
Surprisingly, the 1986 NSWRL Winfield Cup premiers PARRAMATTA delivered only two players kangaroos Vice-captain Peter sterling and Brett Kenny. Conversely, in 1986 premiers Brisbane Wynnum manly supplied four players in the team. With the exception of Dowling, who did not play the pre-tour test against Papua New Guinea, all six of the 1986 winners of the Premier League played in each test on the tour.
Note: statistics only show games in the UK and France and does not include a test against Papua New Guinea
2. By Club. (Клуб)
Touring side was represented by 18 New South Welsh and Queenslanders N 10 V.
- Parramatta Eels 2: Peter Sterling N vice-captain, Brett Kenny N.
- Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 4: Noel Cleal N, Phil Daley N, Des Halser N, Dale Shearer Q.
- St George Dragons 1: Michael OConnor N.
- Wynnum-Manly Seagulls 4: Wally Lewis captain Q, Greg Dowling Q, Bob Lindner Q, Gene Miles Q.
- Redcliffe Dolphins 1: Bryan Niebling Q.
- Balmain Tigers 4: Ben Elias N, Garry Jack N, Steve Roach N, Paul Sironen N.
- Penrith Panthers 2: Greg Alexander N, Royce Simmons N.
- Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 5: Paul Dunn N, Steve Folkes N, Terry Lamb N, Paul Langmack N, Chris Mortimer N.
- North Sydney Bears 2: Martin Bella Q, Les Kiss Q.
- Canberra Raiders 2: Gary Belcher Q, Mal Meninga Q.
- South Sydney Rabbitohs 1: Les Davidson N.
3. Papua New Guinea. (Папуа Новая Гвинея)
Before flying to England, the kangaroos played their second ever test against Papua New Guinea at Lloyd Robson oval in Port Moresby on 4 October. In front of 17.000 fans still have the attendance record for the venue in 2017, Wally Lewis led the kangaroos defeated the Kumuls 62-12. Reserve Australian forward Paul Sironen made his test debut in the game.
4. Great Britain. (Великобритании)
Kangaroo has played 13 matches in England, including three ashes tests against great Britain. Australia kept alive its streak without losing to the English club or provincial team since 1978. The English part of the tour attracted a total of fans 212.068 in 13 matches, including three tests.
4.1. Great Britain. Test Venues. (Тестовые Площадки)
Three ashes series tests took place at the following venues.
Kangaroos Led 16-2 at halftime to the fans 30.622 recording of the match Wigan vs Australia to Tour kangaroo tour opener in Wigan more than 10.000 will not be present in the dead rubber 3rd test on the same ground about 6 weeks. In the first match in the second half the hosts saw them close the game only 8 points for a full working day.
Participation in this game 30.622 was the biggest mob of kangaroos played in England with 30.604 took part in the 3rd ashes test at Headingley on Tour-kangaroo 1978. He was also the highest ever tour game attendance at the stadium Di W. beating 28.554 who attended the match in Central Park between Wigan and 1948-49 kangaroos captain Clive Churchill.
All buildings cattle points scored by Australians. Ex-West, manly and Wollongong ago John Dorahy kicked 3 goals for the Robins in 1978 and 1982 kangaroo tour and 25-test veteran Kerry Boustead scored the only try in the team with 10 points coming in the first half. For the Roos, Terry lamb moved to 5 groups of 9 attempts. Australian halfback des Hasler has broken his arm in the first half and was replaced by Greg Alexander. Haslers damage will keep him out of action for a month and he will not return to the field until round 11 game against hull F. C. At the Boulevard.
The match at Craven Park, the network broadcaster tour kangaroo ten had to hire extra lighting to bring the light up to broadcasting standard. This became a common theme and a problem during a round of ten games with all bar the ashes tests and games against Wigan, Leeds and hull F. C. played at night on the area where lighting was usually not up to broadcast standard.
Leeds were unlucky to be awarded a try in the second half, when it seemed that the replacement striker Trevor Stretto managed to get the ball down after good work of the former UK international Jeff Greyshon. However, UN-sighted judge Whitfield agreed that Stretta was conducted on target. Leeds came out in the first half only to score, but the young winger David Creasser missed a relatively easy penalty from office. Leeds centre pairing for the game was Cronulla-Sutherland import Andrew Ettingshausen and mark McGaw, who will play against Leeds Australia kangaroo tour of 1990.
Kangaroo only match against the full strength of the County was played before the English foot small crowd just 4.233 at Craven Park in barrow-in-Furness. From 2017 this will be the 11th of the last game the kangaroos played at home of barrow club.
5.1. The Ashes. 1st Ashes Test. (1-й Ashes испытаний)
The crowd 50.583 for the first test at old Trafford in Manchester land, has set a record for an international match on English soil, beating the previous record 42.685 for England vs New Zealand test stadium "provident" in odsal in Bradford in 1947. The Ashes series against great Britain saw the total series ash crowds 101.560 part in three tests, although this is not quite a record total attendance 114.883 set during the 1948-49 kangaroo tour.
Kangaroos began their defence of the ashes in a blaze of glory. Was wet and windy conditions of the order of the day at old Trafford as gene miles, who completely out-played Ellery Hanley and Michael oconnor went on 3 attempts each. Oconnor also contributed 5 goals in difficult conditions for a personal haul of 22 points, and the Aussies took a 1-0 series lead with a convincing 38-16 win. Although beaten, the lions gave their fans something to cheer in the second half, giving something like retaliation, culminating in Joe Lydon running 60 meters ahead of Harry and Jack to score in the corner. Logoname to try created history of the ashes, as it was the first time in 97 tests between the two sides that the British defender scored a try.
This game saw a couple of Furner to play players out of position with Brett Kenny and Noel Cleal in the wings.
With the exception of Mal Meninga on the wing in the resting place of Michael oconnor Meninga played for St Helens in 1984-85 and remained a favorite of the public in Knowsley road, kangaroo plays with the expected 2nd test online. Dale Shearer replaced the injured Les kiss on the wing and marked it return to the top side with a 70-metre intercept try in the first half that were basically a clean bill of health for the previously injured muscles of the groin.
Steve Roachs tour was ended after he dislocated his elbow during a match that would see not to use Furner Paul Dunn in the front row for the second test.
Oldham put up a lively display against the kangaroos, before going for the closest result of the tour 22-16. This will be the last tour kangaroos will play Oldham.
5.2. The Ashes. 2nd Ashes Test. (2-й Ashes испытаний)
Great Britain coach Maurice Bamford, suddenly made only one change to the team that was lost in Manchester. Ellery Hanley center is out with injury and replaced by St Helens winger Barry book, Tony Marchand, the transition from the wing to partner Harry Schofield at the centers. Bamford came in for heavy criticism from former great Britain and England internationals for his choice. For kangaroo, Dale Shearer forced him to return to the test team replaced the injured Les kiss on the wing, while the Canterbury-Bankstown forward Paul Dunn returned to the team in the front row, replacing Steve roach, who dislocated his elbow in the victory over St Helens.
Even after launch, during which Lions have made a few line breaks that the Australian defence scrambling, kangaroos ran riot in the second test, turning the ashes with six tries, 34-4 win before 30.808 at Elland road. The lions only try came late in the game. Australia led 34-0 when kangaroo defender Harry Jack, who scored two attempts, pushed pass 10 metres from his line to Michael oconnor. The Australian striker has lost the ball which was a bullet, like on his knees and she attacked Schofield, who scored just 15 meters from the posts. If the crooks missed the relatively easy conversion from his team, to try just summing up the day Lions. Such is the dominance of Kangaroo, that was the only shot on goal the Lions managed throughout the entire match.
Bob Lindner scored the try of the game after the backup, a powerful explosion in the centre of Noel Cleal. Oconnor turns to try and also was with the Result after taking the cut-out pass from Peter Sterlings near his own quarter line. After racing around the Lions defense, oconnor foot forward as Joe Lydon loomed and won the race with 55 meters of the ball for a try. He converted his own try to give Australia a 12-0 lead, which they took half. In the second though has opened the floodgates and blew kangaroos lions with powerful performance. Two attempts of Harry Jack and one friend Wally Lewis and Brett Kenny saw Australia leading 34-0 before Schofields to try, at least gave the crowd something to cheer. Before Kennys to try when the score was 28-0, the crowd, not impressed with the performance the Lions even started to chant "What nonsense" is clearly audible on TV coverage and was actually applauded kangaroo open style of play.
In televised comments, former Australian dual Rugby international and 1959-60s kangaroo tour Vice-captain Rex Mossop summed up the game when you call Brett Kennys to try, saying that "Australia massacred them. They decimated, dissected and absolutely diabolically destroyed the UK today."
Kangaroos second rower Noel Cleal broke his arm in the game against hull city, which ended his tour. Peter sterling, who played for hull during the English season of 1984-85, and led them to the Cup final, was given the honour to be captain of the kangaroos against his former club. Broke a finger during the first half of the second round game against hull Kingston Rovers at Craven Park des Hasler has returned to the side from the bench and scored two tries.
This match was played in heavy rain and fog. The match saw the most even distribution of Australia "kangaroo" and "EMU" mid week team on a tour with 7 rooms-test and test 8 players in the selected XV.
5.3. The Ashes. 3rd Ashes Test. (3-й Ashes испытаний)
This match also counted in 1985-88 the Rugby world Cup League and was the only match of the series played regular Rugby League, the first two tests were played in football stadiums to take advantage of higher-capacity audience. It was also the last Ashes test in England was played in the club House on the Ground up until the kangaroo tour of 2001.
The only Australian to change the team from the second test win was Mal Meninga coming off the bench in the second row to replace the injured Noel Cleal broken hand with South Sydney forward Les Davidson on the bench in his debut test. With the loss Cleal, Australian coach don Furner was considered anyone to replace him when the team captain Wally Lewis offered to go Meninga in the back row thinking that it would be a detriment to the team and how small and "crusher" Cleal was about the same size and was fast, skilled players who play a similar style game. After sharp criticism of his choice for the first two tests, former great Britain international, Maurice Bamford made five changes to the lions with the withdrawal of midfielder Andy Gregory, centre David Stephenson, John winger Basnett and back rowers Chris Burton and Harry Pinner.
As in the series of the ashes 1982, the third test was the happiest contested trials, played with the Lions putting in a much higher performance. Gene center miles opened the scoring in the first minute of the game, with lock forward Bob Lindner also scored soon after. The successful transformation of Michael oconnor saw kangaroos to lead 12-0 after 15 minutes and another defeat looked on the cards. However, the lions dug deep and tries Harry Schofield both sides of half time saw the game tied at 12-all with the Lions looking like the winners for the first time in the series. The game was in the balance, while the French referee Julien Rascagneres awarded a penalty try Australian winger Dale Shearer after he was illegally seized his colleague John Basnett, when both were chasing the ball that Shearer kicked downfield. Was a penalty, Joe Lydon and the ball at Schofield narrowed the gap to 18-15, but Wally Lewis, and then put the result beyond doubt after try to draw the Lions defense with two mannequins near sideline before racing around to score near the posts.
6. France. (Франция)
Second Test. (Второй Тест)
The Australian victory over France in the final match of the tour, which is considered part of the ongoing 1985-88 world Cup, a record margin test match.
7. Statistics. (Статистика)
Leading Try Scorer
- 19 by Terry Lamb.
Leading Scorer Points
- 170 by Michael OConnor 13 tries, 59 goals.
A Large Attendance
- 50.583 - First test vs Great Britain at Old Trafford.
The Largest Club Attendance Game
- 30.662 - Australia vs Wigan at Central Park.
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