Rugby, and in New Zealand the All Blacks, on home ground, narrowly held off a strong challenge by the touring Australian Wallabies in the first test of their tour.
SV & GV EXT All Blacks full-back kicks goal and runs back. (After 25 minutes Wilson kicks to make it 3-0 to NZ). (3 SHOTS)
GV Line-out, New Zealand throws in, then penalty kick to Bevan Wilson again after an Australian infringement. (5 SHOTS)
SV & GV Bevan Wilson All Black full-black kick his second penalty goal of the match, and runs back. (3 SHOTS)
GV Still in first half, a scrum, ball hooked by New Zealand, passed to Brian Williams (NO.11) who scores in corner. (4 SHOTS)
SV & GV Australian Ken Wright kicks penalty for Australia close to half time. (3 SHOTS)
GV Scrum near New Zealand's line in second half, Australia wins the ball and Paddy Batts scores for Australia. (2 SHOTS)
GV Australia converts after try. (2 SHOTS)
GV Australia throw in at line-out and referee awards penalty to All Blacks.
GV & SV Wilson kicks penalty goal.
TRANSCRIPTS: COMMENTATOR: "Twenty-five minutes gone. Bevan Wilson opens the scoring in the test. New Zealand three, Australia nil.
Nine Minutes left, Dalton floats, Donaldson,...in front of Bruce to Taylor but the combination between. A penalty has gone here. What was that for Trevor, we did not see that?
SECOND COMMENTATOR: "Well, quite frankly looking at it he obviously penalised done of the Australian flankers for coming out too quickly."
COMMENTATOR: "Third attempt today for Bevan Wilson. That is two penalties now for Bevan Wilson. Eight minutes to go until half time.
Donaldson Seear, Bryan Williams. No more popular try-scorer than Bryan Williams.
That is a fine kick. Australian one the board. Ken Wright, a penalty goal. Ten points to three, half time approaches.
Good scrum position again. Hipwell the short side. Batts, Batts' power gets it through. Big Paddy Batts, 15 stone (95 kilograms), Hipwell ran the blind side, which is his strength and Batts just powered across.
An important line-out for both teams with the score so close. A little delay by Haughton, that is a good move, and Polecky gets stuck in here.
The kick, if it goes over, could put New Zealand ahead. It does."
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Background: Rugby, and in New Zealand the All Blacks, on home ground, narrowly held off a strong challenge by the touring Australian Wallabies in the first test of their tour. New Zealand won 13-12 after their handy half-time lead of 10-6 was pinned back by a try and conversion by Australia in the second half. Television One of the Broadcasting Corporation of New Zealand provides the cover, with New Zealand's young full-back Bevan Wilson putting the first points up with a penalty goal.