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  • In 1995 Tindill was inducted into the New Zealand sports hall of fame. - Stuff

  • Tindill also had the distinction of catching the great Australian batsman Sir Don Bradman off the bowling off Jack Cowie in Adelaide in 1937-38. - Stuff

  • Tindill made 14 appearances on that British tour and played 16 All Blacks matches in all. - Stuff

  • An outstanding sporting allrounder, Tindill also played football and table tennis for - Stuff

  • Tindill refereed the All Blacks 'first two tests against the touring Lions in 1950 in - Stuff

  • A halfback and five-eighth, Tindill emerged from Wellington's Athletic rugby club. - Stuff

  • Nicknamed Snowy, Tindill achieved the unique distinction of playing both rugby and cricket tests for New Zealand, and later refereeing test rugby and umpiring test cricket. - Stuff

  • Tindill, who not only played test rugby and cricket for New Zealand but also was an international rugby referee and international cricket umpire, died aged 99 last Sunday, while

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  • Tindill played 16 times for the New Zealand All Blacks, but only one Test, against England in London in January 1936, which they lost 0-13.

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  • Tindill was also the oldest surviving New Zealand international rugby Test player and the only New Zealander to be capped in both rugby and cricket.

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