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Tug of war – 1892

New Zealand Tablet Vol XX Issue 22, 18th March 1892 p27

1904 tug of war  Wikimedia Commons

1904 tug of war
Wikimedia Commons

THE IRISH WIN IN ADELAIDE.

(Sydney Freeman’s Journal.)

The Irish team, under Captain M. Ryan, have in the International Tug-of-War at Adelaide, South Australia, followed the example of their countrymen in Melbourne. In Melbourne Captain Flannagan carried the boys through without defeat, and secured the first prize of £100. In Adelaide the stout-hearted Irish also came through the tournament with an unbroken record against 17 competing teams, and carried off the bag of 100 sovereigns.

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