• Short Summary

    Australia beat Wales 14-11 in the international rugby match at Cardiff.

  • Description

    Cardiff, Wales.

    Start of the international rugby match between Australia and Wales at Cardiff. GV. Australia in the dark shorts kick off and the ball is kicked towards the Welsh goal. Players go into huddle. CU. Players in huddle fighting for the ball. SV. The ball comes out and is passed to the Welsh player who passes it to right wing and they run down field towards Australian goal. CU. Children yelling. CU. Players in scrum. Ball comes out and an Australian player has it. He passes. CU. Players fighting for the ball. They tumble to the ground. GV. Australian player passes the ball and is headed towards the Welsh goal, but is stopped. CU. Crowd. SV. Jim Lenehan of Australia about to take a penalty kick. Ground view as Lenehan takes kick and scores goal from 35 yards. CU. Australian player with the ball running towards Welsh goal, he passes back. SV. Ball is caught and passed across and the Welsh get the ball. GV. Welsh team with the ball run towards Australian goal. CU. Players as they go into a huddle. CU. Children waving and shouting. GV. Terry Price kicks a penalty goal. SV. Crowd. GV. Lenehan scoring a try. GV. As Lenehan tries for conversion but unsuccessfully. GV. Scoreboard at half time - Wales 6, Australia 9. GV. Welsh side attacking. CU. Australian player gets the ball and kicks it towards Welsh goal. GV. Alan Cardy scores a try. GV. Hawthorne converts. GV. Crowd. SCU. Australian player with the ball, he is tackled and brought down. SV. Line out, the ball is thrown into play. GV. As ball is passed across to Davis who scores a try. GV. Price converts. GV. Crowd. GV. Crowd on the pitch. Final score - Australia 14, Wales 11.

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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:15:04:00 / 01:16:55:00

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  1. Unknown user says

    The game was played on 3 December 1966.

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