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'The Invincibles' played their first tour game on this day in 1924 © Getty Images
The All Blacks went on to win Test matches against England, France, Ireland and Wales, with legendary fullback George Nepia playing every game of the tour.
Following the 1905-06 'Originals' in touring Europe, the 'Invincibles' were held in high regard by contemporary fans and commentators. Along with Nepia the side featured such all-time greats as Bert Cooke, Mark Nicholls and Maurice Brownlie.
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