Stalemate secures series for Dawes' Lions
John Dawes' Lions claimed the series in New Zealand on this day in 1971 © Getty Images
England flanker Peter Dixon scored a try for the Lions, with Barry John landing a conversion and two penalties. The tourists' scoring was completed with a drop-goal from fullback JPR Williams, while the All Blacks scored tries through fly-half Wayne Cottrell and openside Thomas Lister.
The game was Dawes' final Test match, although he returned to New Zealand as coach of the Lions in 1977.
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