Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :Having to field all those injured players is going to make it hard for us to win! Evening Post. 1980.
Reference Number: B-136-128
The cartoon shows the All Blacks running out onto the field to play Australia. All of them are covered in bandages from various injuries. Refers to the final test against Australia in 1980. A large number, 12 or more, injuries delayed the naming of the players for the test. In addition the team suffered from a bout of food poisoning on the eve of the match.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to organised by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive Trust in association with the Alexander Turnbull Library Guts and Glory; exhibition of rugby cartoons, Book title Ian F. The Other Side of the Ditch Grant, The Other Side of the Ditch (Exhibition title) 2001., The Evening Post (Newspaper. 1865-2002), Nevile Sidney Lodge, Wallabies (Rugby team), All Blacks (Rugby team), Australia, New Zealand, Accidents and Rugby Union football.
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Cartoons for the Evening Post, 1982], Reference Number B-136-086/133 (1 digitised items)
Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988], Reference Number B-133/138 (242 digitised items)
Extent: 1 original cartoon(s)Pen and ink, brush and ink, white paint and letrafilm, 450 mm x 320 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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Other copies available: Photocopy in public folders.
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