Rugby / Sydney Cricket Ground / Australia / Jul 16, 1960

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Australia, 1960, Rugby League: France Turns Tables In Third Test, Australia, 1960, France and Australia compete in a rugby match in the Third Rugby Leagure Test. The crowd watches as Australia tackles France repeatedly. France leads during by halftime. Harry Wells of Australia is tackled and receives ambulance treatment. A referee sends a player off the field and he is met by his coach. France leads the game and wins.
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Harry Wells Injured Person Professional (Sports) Sportsman Sports
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Throwing Down Throwing Spectating Looking Sensory Perception Running Playing
Recording location
Sydney (Australia) Australia Australia-Oceania
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Scrum (Rugby) Rugby Ball Sports Penalty (Rugby) Tackling (Rugby) Duel (Sports) Sending-Off Trapping the Ball Rugby Union Stadium Stadium Sports Facilities Sydney Cricket Ground Rugby Ball Ball (Object) Toughness Friendly Match One-Two Pass Pass (Sport) Combination View From Stage Audience (People) Group of People Group Foul Rule Breach Dirt (Dirtiness) Endurance (Concept) Scoring CMP Injury International Match Enthusiasm Feeling Contest (Event) Event (Cultural) Team Sport Crowd Historical Footage Woman Female (Human) People Living Being Man (Human) Male (Human) Adult Day
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