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Union Team For South African Tour
Onlv one* country player war to-night selected in the Wallaby Ruçby , Union Team to tour Southt iAÏiica.
Hel is half-back,! .£yri] Buike, of Newcastle. . ' ¡'
Thcjileam was announced in Sydney'to}night by Mr. |J. O'Neill.
Jfcretaryi lo'f the' N.S.WÍjiR'ugby.
timon. p:i ; ¡: .)[i' i^ j ¡The t,qúr will b-gjii ¡hate-fin
June.,! and theil team Will leave k'us'fcralia on Juàe-jÔ. . lîlM
Only four Qii^etisland players .have' been selected in the team
'.hd 26 NSW: playeis. , J
l'-J&hÇ So'omon has-been ap '.^bintftl Laplam, añfl-¿econd-row
iji'wai'd, Nick Sheha'd.e, viç'e paptam . ' -, , The team is--? ~\
j Full backs- T Sweeney (Qlij.), iR. Colbert (N.S.W). , , f . ' Threeauartors K Jones (QUI.)! J Phipp's (N.SW), J*. Solomon (N"S.W), (capU. E Stapleton (N.S.W.), S White (N.S.W.)Î'JÎ. Barker (NSW.), J. Blomley (N.S.W ).-G. Horsley (Qld.).
Five-eighths: M. Tate (N;.S.W,),
S. Brown (N.S.W.). - , ' "** .
' Half-backs: C. Burks (New sastle), B.-Bosler (N.S.W.).
Breakaways: R > Outterside 'N.S.W,). C Windon (N.S.W1,), D. Brockhoff (N.S.W.), K. Cross (N.S.W.). r "Ï;.
Locks: "N..Hughes (N.S.W.),
B. Johnson (N.I3.W.).
Second Row: A. Miller 'N.S.W.), E. Morey (N.S.W.), N. Sheh'adie (N.S.W.) (vico-cap ram), A. Cameron (N.S.W.), C. Forbes (Qld.).
Front Row: J. Carrol, R. Davidson, M. Elliott' (all N.S.W.). , i
Hookers: J. Walsh (NJS.WO, T. Bain (N.S.W.).
Australia Beats The Rest 14-6
Scoring four tries in the last 25 minutes, Australia defeated The Rest 14-6 at the Sydney Cricket, Ground yesterday in the last trial-for the tour of Soijth
Poor goal-kicking and handling and some equally 'bad tackling featured yesterday's main game.
Six goal kickers tried and could only land one conversion from the front of the "posts from more than a dozen chances.
This contrasted with the per- formance of Wallaby fullback Bt'ian Piper, who landed six goala for the Possible against the Probables.
Twenty-year-old hooker, Don Bain, beat Australia's hooker, Jim Walsh, in the set scrums. In the lineouts The Rest pair, Nick Shehadie and Tony Miller, beat Alan Cameron and Col. Forbes.
Australia, however, outplayed The Rest in the loose rucks.
The forward superiority coupled with a fine display ?':>} centre Herb Barker enabled The Rest to hold their 6-0 lead until vvell into the second half..
In the closiiiç stages, however, Australia scored four quick tries, and for the first time in the match its . baa'ts handled and penetrated impressively.
Scores: Australia 14 (S. '"White,
I. Walsh, J. Solomon, K. Cross j
tries; T. Sweeney goal) beat The Rest 6 (H. Barker, D. Brock hoff tries).
Probables 26 (G. Wilkin 2, J.
Thompson 2, A. Hancock, R. | earner tries; M. Graham 4 goals) beat Possibles 22 (R. Evans,' K.
Kennington tries; B. Piper 2| jjoals^and 4 penalty gouls).