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Graham Whiting wins a lineout for the All Blacks against the Barbarians

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Graham Whiting wins a lineout for the All Blacks against the Barbarians

Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 New Zealand Tour of British Isles - Final Challenge Match: Barbarians 23 New Zealand 11
Graham Whiting claims a lineout for the All Blacks, as Sandy Carmichael, far right, challenges for the Barbarians, at Cardiff Arms Park.
All Blacks (l-r): Alex Wyllie, Peter Whiting, Kent Lambert, Hamish Macdonald, Whiting.
Barbarians (l-r): Bob Wilkinson, Ray McLoughlin, Willie John McBride (top of head), Sandy Carmichael.
27/01/1973

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In this iconic print from the 1972/1973 New Zealand Tour of British Isles, Graham Whiting showcases his prowess as he wins a lineout for the All Blacks against the formidable Barbarians. The intensity and determination on Whiting's face are evident as he reaches high to secure possession, while Sandy Carmichael challenges fiercely for the Barbarians in an attempt to disrupt their opponents' play. The backdrop of Cardiff Arms Park adds to the grandeur of this historic moment in rugby union history. As Whiting claims victory in the lineout, his teammates Alex Wyllie, Peter Whiting, Kent Lambert, and Hamish Macdonald stand ready to support him and continue their relentless pursuit of victory. On the opposing side, Bob Wilkinson, Ray McLoughlin, Willie John McBride (partially hidden), and Sandy Carmichael represent a united front for the Barbarians. Their determination is palpable as they strive to overcome one of rugby's most dominant teams. Captured by Colorsport photographer Colin Elsey on January 27th, 1973 - this image immortalizes not only a specific match but also reflects the spirit and passion that defines rugby union. It serves as a reminder of how these athletes pushed themselves beyond limits in pursuit of glory on that fateful day at Cardiff Arms Park.

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