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1975 Scotland rugby union tour of New Zealand

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1975 Scotland rugby union tour of New Zealand

The 1975 Scotland rugby union tour of New Zealand was a series of seven matches played by the Scotland national rugby union team in New Zealand in May and June 1975. The Scotland team won four of their matches and lost the other three. They lost the only international match against the New Zealand national rugby union team (the All Blacks) in a game played in a downpour on a saturated pitch.

Matches

Scores and results list Scotland's points tally first.
Opposing Team Result For Against Date Venue
Nelson-Bays Won 51 6 May 24 Nelson
Otago Lost 15 19 May 27 Dunedin
Canterbury Lost 9 20 May 31 Christchurch
Hawke's Bay Won 30 0 June 4 Napier
Wellington Won 36 25 June 7 Wellington
Bay of Plenty Won 16 10 June 10 Rotorua
NEW ZEALAND Lost 0 24 June 14 Eden Park, Auckland

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