1924–25 New Zealand rugby union tour of Britain, Ireland and France
The Invincibles was a nickname given to the 1924–25 New Zealand rugby union team which toured the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Canada. The team was captained by Cliff Porter, and numbered among its top players George Nepia and brothers Cyril and Maurice Brownlie. During the test against England Cyril Brownlie was sent off by the Welsh referee Albert Freethy, the first player to be sent off from a test. Between September 1924 and February 1925, the team played 32 games including four test matches, one each against Ireland, England, Wales, and France. They won all 32 games, scoring 838 points and only having 116 points scored against them. Cliff Porter was tour captain, but played only 17 of the 32 games due to injury, including just one test (against France). During the remaining games, tour vice-captain Johnstone Richardson (Jock) took over the captaincy.
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1924–25 New Zealand rugby union tour of Britain, Ireland and France is subject of 1924 in New Zealand rugby union, 1925 in New Zealand rugby union, 1924 rugby union tours, 1925 rugby union tours, Rugby union tours of England, Rugby union tours of Ireland, Rugby union tours of Wales, New Zealand national rugby union team tours, Rugby union tours of Canada, Rugby union tours of France, 1924–25 in British rugby union and 1924–25 in French rugby union.