Scots Hold All Blacks 1964

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    Full title reads: "Edinburgh. Scots Hold All Blacks". (Special For Scotland)

    Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland. The Scots and the All Blacks draw 0-0 in International Rugby match.

    SV Scottish team coming onto pitch. GV Crowd. GV All Blacks (from New Zealand) kicking off towards camera. The ball is gathered by Henderson and he kicks up field. GV Scottish player being tackled and brought down. SV Players struggling for the ball. CU Crowd. GV Don Clarke taking penalty kick, but the ball falls wide and short, it is caught by Grant and kicked up field. GV Scotland in possession. Thompson has the ball, he is tackled and he tries a pass. SV Herewini intercepting the pass but he is tackled by Laughland and Bruce. Players fight for the ball. CU Crowd. GV Wilson taking penalty kick but the ball is wide. CU Crowd. GV New Zealand player running with the ball towards the Scots line but he is tackled and brought down a couple of yards short of the line.

    GV Crowd at half-time. GV All Blacks attacking. Graham passes the ball to a colleague who passes to Briscoe, Briscoe is tackled and brought down and the players go down into scrum. SV Lochore wins the ball in the scrum and passes to Graham who is tackled by Rodd, Graham manages to pass to Briscoe who passes to Watt, Watt kicks up field Brown goes for the ball but he is bundled over the ball runs loose to Meads who throws the ball it is intercepted by Thompson who starts to run with the ball. GV Thompson being tackled, but he manages a pass. The ball is passed on again this time to Sharp, Sharp kicks towards goal, but the ball goes to Graham who kicks up field, players chase it. GV Crowd. GV Crowds rushing on pitch at end of game.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:55:22:00 / 01:57:15:00
    64/8 (Special For Scotland)
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    64/008 (Special For Scotland)
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