AUSTRALIA 1899 WHITE T-SHIRT
100% Organic Combed Cotton
Embroidered vintage logo with the date of their first international match
1871 Embroidered on back of the neck
1871 woven tab on side of the shirt
Double-needle stitched hems for extra durability
The first Test was played at the Sydney Cricket Ground and won 13–3 by Australia, but the tourists won the remaining three Tests.
The Australian team for the first match consisted of six players from Queensland and nine from New South Wales. The team wore the blue of New South Wales when playing in Sydney and the maroon of Queensland when playing in Brisbane, but with an Australian Coat of Arms in place of the usual emblems of each colony.
The first Test between Australia and New Zealand was played at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 1903, with New Zealand winning 22–3.
Newspapers in England initially gave the team the nickname ‘Rabbits’ but the Australians rejected this as they did not want the national team to be represented by an imported pest. They opted instead for the native Wallaby.
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This shirt is embroidered to order and so postage may take 2-3 days if there is a delay with the embroidery.
Organic cotton T-shirts are individually packaged with a Black&Blue 1871 swing tag in a poly bag.
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