2019

Oceania Cup: New Zealand 34 WON v Tonga 14 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, June 22. Details

Oceania Cup: New Zealand 4 LOST v Australia 26 at WIN Stadium, Wollongong, October 25. Details

Baskerville Shield – 1st Test: New Zealand 12 WON v Great Britain 8 at Eden Park, Auckland, November 2. Details

Baskerville Shield – 2nd Test: New Zealand 23 WON v Great Britain 8 at Rugby League Park, Christchurch, November 9. Details

2018

One-off Test: New Zealand 18 LOST v England 36 at Mile High Stadium, Denver, June 24. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 26 WON v Australia 24 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, October 13. Details

Baskerville Shield – 1st Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v England 18 at KCOM Stadium, Hull, October 27. Details

Baskerville Shield – 2nd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v England 20 at Anfield, Liverpool, November 4. Details

Baskerville Shield – 3rd Test: New Zealand 34 WON v England 0 at Elland Road, Leeds

2017

Anzac Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 30 at GIO Stadium, Canberra, May 5. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 38 WON v Samoa 8 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, October 28. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 74 WON v Scotland 6 at Rugby League Park, Christchurch, November 4. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 22 LOST v Tonga at Waikato Stadium, Hamilton, November 11. Details

Rugby League World Cup (QF): New Zealand 2 LOST v Fiji 4 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, November 18. Details

2016

Anzac Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 16 at McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle, May 6. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 26 at nib Stadium, Perth, October 15. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 17 WON v England 16 at John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield, October 29. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 14 at Ricoh Arena, Coventry, November 5. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 18 DREW v Scotland 18 at Derwent Park, Workington, November 11. Details

Four Nations (F): New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 34 at Anfield, Liverpool, November 20. Details

2015

Anzac Test: New Zealand 26 WON v Australia 12 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, May 3. Details

Baskerville Shield – 1st Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v England 26 at KC Stadium, Hull, November 1. Details

Baskerville Shield – 2nd Test: New Zealand 9 WON v England 2 at London Stadium, November 7. Details

Baskerville Shield – 3rd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v England 20 at DW Stadium, Wigan, November 13. Details

2014

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 18 LOST v Australia 30 at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, May 2. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 30 WON v Australia 12 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, October 25. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 14 WON v Samoa 12 at Toll Stadium, Whangarei, November 1. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 16 WON v England 14 at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, November 8. Details

Four Nations (F): New Zealand 22 WON v Australia 18 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, November 15. Details

2013

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 32 at GIO Stadium, Canberra, April 19. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 42 WON v Samoa 24 at Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington, October 27. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 48 WON v France 0 at Parc des Sports d’Avignon, Avignon, November 1. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 56 WON v Papua New Guinea 10 at Headingley, Leeds, November 8. Details

Rugby League World Cup (QF): New Zealand 40 WON v Scotland 4 at Headingley, Leeds, November 15. Details

Rugby League World Cup (SF): New Zealand 20 WON v England 18 at Wembley Stadium, London, November 23. Details 

Rugby League World Cup (F): New Zealand 2 LOST v Australia 34 at Old Trafford, Manchester. Details

2012

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 20 at Eden Park, Auckland, April 20. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 18 at Dairy Farmers Stadium, Townsville. Details

2011

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 20 at Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast, May 6. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 42 at Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle, October 16. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 26 at Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington, October 28. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 36 WON v Wales 0 at Wembley Stadium, London, November 5. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 6 LOST v England 28 at KCOM Stadium, Hull, November 12. Details

2010

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 12 at AAMI Park, Melbourne, May 7. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 50 WON v Samoa 6 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, October 16. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 24 WON v England 10 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, October 23. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 76 WON v Papua New Guinea 12 at Rotorua International Stadium, Rotorua, October 30. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 20 LOST v Australia 34 at Eden Park, Auckland, November 6. Details

Four Nations (F): New Zealand 16 WON v Australia 12 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, November 13. Details

2009

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 38 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, May 8. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 40 WON v Tonga 24 at Rotorua International Stadium, Rotorua, October 14. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 20 DREW v Australia 20 at Twickenham Stoop, London, October 24. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 62 WON v France 12 at Stade Ernest Wallon, Toulouse, October 31. Details

Four Nations: New Zealand 12 LOST v England 20 at Galpharm Stadidum, Huddersfield, November 7. Details

2008

Centenary Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 28 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, May 9. Details

World Cup warm-up: New Zealand 56 WON v Tonga 8 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, October 18. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 30 at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, October 26. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 48 WON v Papua New Guinea 6 at Skilled Park, Gold Coast, November 1. Details

Rugby League World Cup: New Zealand 36 WON v England 24 at EnergyAustralia Stadium, Newcastle, November 8. Details

Rugby League World Cup (SF): New Zealand 32 WON v England 22 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, November 15. Details

Rugby League World Cup (F): New Zealand 34 WON v Australia 20 at Suncorp Stadium, Novemberr 22. Details

2007

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 30 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, April 20. Details

100-Year Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 58 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, October 13. Details

Baskerville Shield – 1st Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Great Britain 20 at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, October 27. Details

Baskerville Shield – 2nd Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Great Britain 44 at KC Stadium, Hull, November 3. Details

Baskerville Shield – 3rd Test: New Zealand 22 LOST v Great Britain 28 at JJB Stadium, Wigan, November 10. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 22 WON v France 14 at Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris, November 17. Details

2006

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 50 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, May 5. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Great Britain 46 at Knowsley Road, St Helens, June 28. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 18 LOST v Australia 30 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, October 14. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 15 LOST v Australia 20 at Telstra Dome, Melbourne, October 21. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 18 WON v Great Britain 14 at Jade Stadium, Christchurch, October 28. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 34 WON v Great Britain 4 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, November 11. Details

Tri-Nations (F): New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 16 (golden point) at Aussie Stadium, Sydney, November 25. Details

2005

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Australia 32 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, April 22. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 38 WON v Australia 28 at Telstra Stadium, Sydney, October 15. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 26 LOST v Australia 28 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, October 21. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 42 WON v Great Britain 26 at Loftus Road Stadium, London, October 30. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 38 at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, November 12. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 38 WON v France 22 at Stade Municipal, Toulouse, November 18. Details

Tri-Nations (F): New Zealand 24 WON v Australia 0 at Elland Road, Leeds, November 27. Details

2004

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 37 at EnergyAustralia Stadium, April 23. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 16 DREW v Australia 16 at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, October 16. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 32 at Loftus Road Stadium, London, October 23. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 22 at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, November 6. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 24 WON v France 20 at Stade d’Albert Domec, Carcassonne, November 11. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 24 LOST v Great Britain 26 at KC Stadium, Hull, November 20. Details

2003

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 48 at Aussie Stadium, Sydney, July 25. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 30 WON v Australia 6 at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, October 18. Details

2002

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 24 LOST v Australia 32 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, October 12. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 50 WON v Wales at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, November 3. Details

Baskerville Shield – 1st Test: New Zealand 30 WON v Great Britain 16 at Ewood Stadium, Blackburn, November 9. Details

Baskerville Shield – 2nd Test: New Zealand 14 DREW v Great Britain 14 at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, November 16. Details

Baskerville Shield – 3rd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Great Britain 16 at JJB Stadium, Wigan, November 23. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 36 WON v France 10 at Stade Aimé Giral, Perpignan, November 30. Details

2001

One-off Test: New Zealand 36 WON v France 0 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, June 10. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 28 at Westpac Stadium, July 13. Details

2000

Anzac Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 52 at Stadium Australia, Sydney, April 27. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 64 WON v Lebanon 0 at Kingsholm, Gloucester, October 29. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 84 WON v Cook Island 10 at The Madejski Stadium, Reading, November 2. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 58 WON v Wales 18 at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, November 5. Details

World Cup (QF): New Zealand 54 WON v France 6 at The Jungle, Castleford, November 12. Details

World Cup (SF): New Zealand 49 WON v England 6 at Reebok Stadium, Bolton, November 18. Details

World Cup (F): New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 40 at Old Trafford, Manchester, November 25. Details

1999

Anzac Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Australia 20 at Stadium Australia, Sydney, April 23. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 24 WON v Australia 22 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, October 15. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 74 WON v Tonga 0 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, October 22. Details

Tri-Nations: New Zealand 26 WON v Great Britain 4 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, October 29. Details

Tri-Nations (F): New Zealand 20 LOST v Australia 22 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, November 5. Details

1998

Anzac Test: New Zealand 22 WON v Australia 16 at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 30 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, October 9. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Australia 36 at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, October 16. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 22 WON v Great Britain 16 at Alfred McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield, October 31. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 36 WON v Great Britain 16 at Reebok Stadium, Bolton, November 7. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 23 DREW v Great Britain 23 at Vicarage Road, Watford, November 14. Details

1997

Anzac Test: New Zealand 22 LOST v Australia (Super League) 34 at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, April 25. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 30 Won v Australia (Super League) 12 at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, September 26. Details

1996

Kumuls Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 62 WON v Papua New Guinea 8 at Rotorua International Stadium, Rotorua, October 5. Details

Kumuls Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 64 WON v Papua New Guinea 0 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, October 11. Details

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 17 WON v Great Britain 12 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, October 18. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 18 WON v Great Britain 15 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, October 25. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 32 WON v Great Britain 12 at Lancaster Park, Christchurch, November 1. Details

1995

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 22 WON v France 6 at Ericsson Stadium, Auckland, June 9. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 16 DREW v France 16 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, June 16. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 26 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, June 23. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 20 at Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, July 7. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 3rd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 46 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, July 14. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 25 WON v Tonga 24 at Wilderspool, Warrington, October 8. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 22 WON v Papua New Guinea 6 at Knowsley Road, St Helens, October 13. Details

World Cup (SF): New Zealand 20 LOST v Australia 30 (extra-time) at Alfred McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield, October 22. Details

1994

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 28 WON v Papua New Guinea 12 at Danny Leahy Oval, Goroka, October 16. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 30 WON v Papua New Guinea 16 at Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby, October 27. Details

1993

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 14 DREW v Australia 14 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, June 20. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 16 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, June 25. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 3rd Test: New Zealand 4 LOST v Australia 16 at Lang Park, Brisbane, June 30. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Wales 19 at Vetch Field, Swansea, October 4. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Great Britain 17 at Wembley Stadium, London, October 16. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 29 at Central Park, Wigan, October 30. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Great Britain 29 at Headingley, Leeds, November 6. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 36 WON v France 11 at Stade d’Albert Domec, Carcassone, November 21. Details

1992

One-off Test (WC): New Zealand 66 WON v Papua New Guinea 10 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, July 5. Details

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 15 WON v Great Britain 14 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, July 12. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Great Britain 19 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, July 19. Details

1991

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 60 WON v France 6 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 13. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test (WC): New Zealand 32 WON v France 10 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, June 23. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Australia 8 at Olympic Park, Melbourne, July 3. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 44 at Sydney Football Stadium, July 24. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 40 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 31. Details

1990

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Great Britain 11 at Palmerston North Showgrounds, Palmerston North, June 24. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Great Britain 16 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, July 8. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 21 WON v Great Britain 18 at QEII Park, Christchurch, July 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 36 WON v Papua New Guinea 4 at Danny Leahy Oval, Goroka, August 5. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test (WC): New Zealand 18 WON v Papua New Guinea 10 at Lloyd Robson Oval, August 11. Details

Trans-Tasman Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 24 at Athletic Park, Wellington, August 19. Details

1989

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 26 at QEII Park, Christchurch, July 9. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 8 at Rotorua International Stadium, Rotorua, July 16. Details

Australian Tour – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 14 v Australia 22 at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, July 23. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Great Britain 16 at Old Trafford, Manchester, October 21. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Great Britain 26 at Elland Road, Leeds, October 28. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 6 WON v Great Britain 10 at Central Park, Wigan, November 11. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 16 WON v France 14 at Stade d’Albert Domec, Carcassone, November 19. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test (WC): New Zealand 34 WON v France 0 at Stade d’Albert Domec, Carcassone, December 3. Details

1988

One-off Test (WC): New Zealand 66 WON v Papua New Guinea 14 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 10. Details

Lions Tour – One-off Test (WC): New Zealand 12 WON v Great Britain 10 at Addington Showgrounds, July 17. Details

World Cup Final: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 25 at Eden Park, Auckland, October 9. Details

1987

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 36 WON v Papua New Guinea 22 at Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby, July 12. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 13 WON v Australia 6 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 21. Details

1986

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 22 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 6. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 29 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 19. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 32 at Lang Park, Brisbane. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 36 WON v Papua New Guinea 26 at Danny Leahy Oval, Goroka. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test (WC): New Zealand 22 LOST v Papua New Guinea 24 at Lloyd Robson Oval. Details

1985

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 20 LOST v Australia 26 at Lang Park, Brisbane, June 18. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 10 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 30. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 18 WON v Australia 0 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 7. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Great Britain 22 at Headingley, Leeds, October 19. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Great Britain 25 at Central Park, Wigan, November 2. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test (WC): New Zealand 6 DREW v Great Britain 6 at Elland Road, Leeds, November 9. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 22 WON v France 0 at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, November 24. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test (WC): New Zealand 22 WON v France 0 at Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan, December 7. Details

1984

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 12 WON v Great Britain 0 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 14. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 28 WON v Great Britain 12 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch. July 22. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 32 WON v Great Britain 16 at Carlaw Park, July 28. Details

1983

Trans-Tasman Series – 1st Test: New Zealand 4 LOST v Australia 16 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 12. Details

Trans-Tasman Series – 2nd Test: New Zealand 19 WON v Australia 12 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 9. Details

Kumuls Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 60 WON v Papua New Guinea 20 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, October 2. Details

1982

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 11 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 3. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Australia 20 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 17. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 56 WON v Papua New Guinea at Lloyd Robson Oval, Port Moresby, July 25. Details

1981

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 26 WON v France 3 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 7. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 25 WON v France 2 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 21. Details

1980

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 27 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 1. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Australia 15 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 14 DREW v Great Britain 14 at Central Park, Wigan, October 18. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 12 WON v Great Britain 8 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, November 2. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Great Britain 10 at Elland Road, Leeds. November 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v France 6 at Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan, November 23. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 11 WON v France 3 at Stade Municipal, Toulouse, December 7. Details

1979

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Great Britain 16 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 21. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v Great Britain 22 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, August 5. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 18 WON v Great Britain 11 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 11. Details

1978

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Australia 24 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 24. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v Australia 38 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Australia 33 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 22. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 30 WON v Papua New Guinea 21 at Boroko Oval, Port Moresby, July 30. Details

1977

World Championship Series: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 27 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, May 29. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 30 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, June 12. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 28 WON v France 20 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 19. Details

1975

World Championship Series: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 36 at Lang Park, Brisbane, June 1. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 27 WON v France 0 at Addington Showgrounds, June 15. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 17 DREW v England 17 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 21. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 13 WON v Wales 8 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 28. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 24 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, September 27. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 12 DREW v France 12 at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, October 17. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 27 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, Odsal Stadium, October 25. Details

World Championship Series: New Zealand 24 LOST v Wales 25 at St Helen’s, Swansea, November 2. Details

1974

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 13 WON v Great Britain 8 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 27. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Great Britain 17 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, August 4. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Great Britain 20 at Carlaw Park, August 10. Details

1972

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 11 LOST v Australia 36 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v Australia 31 at Lang Park, July 15. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 9 LOST v France 20 at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, October 28. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 5 LOST v Australia 9 at Parc des Princes, Paris, November 1. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 19 LOST v Great Britain 53 at Le Stade du Hameau, Pau, November 4. Details

1971

Australian Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Australia 3 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 26. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 18 WON v Great Britain 13 at The Willows, Salford, September 25. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 17 WON v Great Britain 14 at Wheldon Road, Castleford, October 16. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 3 WON v Great Britain 12 at Headingley, Leeds, November 6. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 27 WON v France 11 at Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan, November 11. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 24 WON v France 2 at Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne, November 21. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 3 DREW v France 3 at Stade Municipal, Toulouse, November 28. Details

1970

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 15 LOST v Great Britain 19 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 11. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Great Britain 23 at Addington Showgrounds, July 19. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Great Britain 33 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 25. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 11 LOST v Australia 47 at Central Park, Wigan, October 21. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 16 WON v France 15 at The Boulevard, Hull, October 25. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 17 LOST v Great Britain 27 at Station Road, Swinton, October 31. Details

1969

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 1. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 18 WON v Australia 14 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 7. Details

1968

World Cup: New Zealand 10 LOST v France 15 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, May 25. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 12 LOST v Australia 31 at Lang Park, Brisbane, June 1. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 14 LOST v Great Britain 38 at Sydney Cricket Ground, June 8. Details

1967

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 13 LOST v Australia 22 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 10. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 22 LOST v Australia 35 at Lang Park, Brisbane, July 1. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Australia 13 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 8. Details

1966

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Great Britain 25 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 6. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Great Britain 22 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 20. Details

1965

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 13 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 19. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 WON v Australia 5 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, June 26. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Great Britain 7 at Station Road, Swinton, September 25. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Great Britain 15 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, October 23. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 9 DREW v Great Britain 9 at Central Park, Wigan, November 6. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 3 LOST v France 14 at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, November 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v France 6 at Stade Gilbert Brutus, Perpignan, November 28. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v France 28 at Stade des Minimes, Toulouse, December 12. Details

1964

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 24 WON v France 16 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 25. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 18 WON v France 8 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, August 1. Details

French Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 10 WON v France 2 at Carlaw Park, Auckland. August 15. Details

1963

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 3 LOST v Australia 7 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 16 WON v Australia 13 at Lang Park, Brisbane, June 22. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 0 LOST v Australia 14 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 29. Details

1962

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 19 WON v Great Britain 0 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 23. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 27 WON v Great Britain 8 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 11. Details

1961

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 12 WON v Australia 10 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 1. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 10 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 29 WON v Great Britain 11 at Headingley, Leeds, September 30. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Great Britain 23 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, October 21. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 19 LOST v Great Britain 35 at Station Road, Swinton, November 4. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 6 DREW v France 6 at Stade Municipal, Bordeaux, November 11. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 23 WON v France 2 at Stade Jean-Laffon, Perpignan, November 19. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 5 DREW v France 5 at Le Stade de Paris, Paris, December 9. Details

1960

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 9 WON v France 2 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 23. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 9 WON v France 3 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 6. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 8 LOST v Great Britain 23 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, September 24. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 15 LOST v Australia 21 at Headingley, Leeds, October 1. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 9 WON v France 0 at Central Park, Wigan, October 8. Details

1959

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 9 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 13. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 38 at Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, June 27. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 28 WON v Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 4. Details

1958

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 15 WON v Great Britain 10 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 26. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 15 LOST v Great Britain 32 at Carlaw Park, Auckland. August 6. Details

1957

World Cup: New Zealand 5 LOST v Australia 25 at Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, June 15, Details

World Cup: New Zealand 10 LOST v France 14 at Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, June 17. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 29 WON v Great Britain 21 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 25. Details

One-off Test: New Zealand 31 LOST v Britain-France 34 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 3. Details

1956

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Australia 12 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 9. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Australia 8 at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, June 23. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v Australia 31 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 30. Details

1955-56

French Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v France 19 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 6. Details

French Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 11 WON v France 6 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 13. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Great Britain 25 at Station Road, Swinton, October 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 27 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, November 12. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 28 WON v Great Britain 13 at Headingley, Leeds, December 17. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v France 24 at Stade Municipal, Toulouse, January 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 31 WON v France 22 at Stade de Gerland, Lyon, January 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 3 LOST v France 24 at Parc des Princes, Paris, January 31. Details

1954

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v Great Britain 27 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 24. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 20 WON v Great Britain 14 at Wingham Park, Greymouth, July 31. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v Great Britain 12 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 14. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 13 LOST v France 22 at Parc des Princes, Paris, October 30, Details

World Cup: New Zealand 15 LOST v Australia 34 at Stade Velodrome, Marseille, November 7. Details

World Cup: New Zealand 6 LOST v Great Britain 26 at Stade Municipal, Bordeaux, November 11. Details

1953

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 25 WON v Australia 5 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, June 27. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 12 WON v Australia 11 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, July 4. Details

Australian Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v Australia 18 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 18. Details

1952

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 13 LOST v Australia 25 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, June 9. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 49 WON v Australia 25 at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, June 28. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 19 WON v Australia 9 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, July 2. Details

1951-52

French Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 16 WON v France 15 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 4. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 15 LOST v Great Britain 21 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, October 6. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 19 LOST v Great Britain 20 at Station Road, Swinton, November 10. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 15 WON v Wales 3 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, December 7. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 12 LOST v Great Britain 16 at Headingley, Leeds, December 15. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 3 LOST v France 8 at Parc des Princes, Paris, December 23. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v France 17 at Stade Municipal, Bordeaux, December 30. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v British Empire 26 at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea. Details

1950

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 16 WON v Great Britain 10 at Addington Showgrounds, Christchurch, July 29. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 20 WON v Great Britain 13 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 12. Details

1949

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 26 WON v Australia 21 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, September 17. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Australia 13 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, October 8. Details

1948

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 21 WON v Australia 19 at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, May 29. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 4 LOST v Australia 13 at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, June 12. Details

1947-48

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v Great Britain 11 at Headingley, Leeds, October 4. Details

Kiwis Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 28 WON v Wales 20 at St Helen’s, Swansea, October 18. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 10 WON v Great Britain 7 at Station Road, Swinton, November 8. Details

Kiwis Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Great Britain 25 at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, December 20. Details

Kiwis Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 11 WON v France 7 at Parc des Princes, Paris, December 28. Details

Kiwis Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v France 25 at Stade Municipal, Bordeaux, January 25. Details

1946

Lions Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 13 WON v England 8 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 10. Details

1937

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 12 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 7. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 16 WON v Australia 15 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 14. Details

1936

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v England 10 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 8. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 11 LOST v England 23 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 15. Details

1935

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 22 WON v Australia 14 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, September 28. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 29 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, October 2. Details

Australian Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Australia 31 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, October 5. Details

1932

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v England 24 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, July 30. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 14 LOST v England 25 at Monica Park, Christchurch, August 13. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 18 LOST v England 20 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 20. Details

1928

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 17 WON v England 13 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 4. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v England 13 at Caledonian Ground, Dunedin, August 18. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v England 6 at English Park, Christchurch, August 25. Details

1926-27

New Zealand Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 20 LOST v England 28 at Central Park, Wigan, October 2. Details

New Zealand Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 11 LOST v England 21 at The Boulevard, Hull, November 13. Details

New Zealand Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Wales 34 at Taff Vale Park, Pontypridd, December 4. Details

New Zealand Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 17 LOST v England 32 at Headingley, Leeds, January 15. Details

1924

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 16 WON v England 8 at Carlaw Park, Auckland, August 2. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 13 WON v England 11 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, August 6. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 18 LOST v England 31 at Tahuna Park, Dunedin, August 9. Details

1920

Lions Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 7 LOST v England 31 at Domain Cricket Ground, Auckland, July 31. Details

Lions Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 3 LOST v England 19 at Lancaster Park, Christchurch, August 7. Details

Lions Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 10 LOST v England 11 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, August 14. Details

1919

Australian Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 21 LOST v Australia 44 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, August 23. Details

Australian Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 26 WON v Australia 10 at Sydenham Park, Christchurch, August 30. Details

Australian Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 23 LOST v Australia 34 at Domain Cricket Ground, Auckland, September 6. Details

Australian Tour – 4th Test: New Zealand 2 LOST v Australia 32 at Domain Cricket Ground, Auckland, September 13. Details

1914

Lions Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 13 LOST v England 16 at Domain Cricket Ground, Auckland, August 1. Details

1910

Lions Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 20 LOST v England 52 at Domain Cricket Ground, Auckland, July 30. Details

1909

New Zealand Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 19 WON v Australia 11 at Royal Agricultural Society Showground, Sydney, June 12. Details

New Zealand Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v Australia 10 at Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane, June 26. Details

New Zealand Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 5 LOST v Australia 25 at Wentworth Park, Sydney, July 3. Details

1908

All Golds Tour – One-off Test: New Zealand 8 LOST v Wales 9 at Aberdare Athletic Ground, Aberdare, January 1. Details

All Golds Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 16 LOST v England 18 at Central Park, Wigan, January 11. Details

All Golds Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 6 LOST v England 14 at Headingley, Leeds, January 25. Details

All Golds Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 18 WON v England 6 at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, February 8. Details

All Golds Tour – 1st Test: New Zealand 11 WON v Australia 10 at Royal Agricultural Society Showground, Sydney, May 9. Details

All Golds Tour – 2nd Test: New Zealand 24 WON v Australia 12 at Brisbane Exhibition Ground, Brisbane, May 30. Details

All Golds Tour – 3rd Test: New Zealand 9 LOST v Australia 14 at Royal Agricultural Society Showground, Sydney, June 6. Details