Edwards, Brent
April 2008
NZ Rugby World;Apr2008, Issue 110, p44
The article focuses on the playing career of rugby football living legend Arthur Stone who was part of New Zealand first-class rugby for 15 years and with the All Blacks for five years. Stone played 80 games for Walkato from 1980 to 1985, and in 1986, he played 15 games for Bay of Plenty, and from 1987 to 1994, 97 games for Otago. Stone is best known for his intercept try which sealed second division Walkato's 7-3 Ranfurly Shield win over Auckland at Eden Park in 1980.


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