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This information was published in 1966 in An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, edited by A. H. McLintock. It has not been corrected and will not be updated.

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PROVINCIAL AND DISTRICT COLOURS

The following colours are those worn by rugby football teams representing their provinces and districts.

Auckland Light blue and white
Bay of Plenty Royal blue and gold
Buller Cardinal and blue
Bush Maroon and royal blue
Canterbury Scarlet and black
Counties (South Auckland) Red, white, and black
East Coast Sky blue
Golden Bay – Motueka White and brown
Hawke's Bay Black and white
Horowhenua Dark blue, red, and white
King Country Maroon and gold
Manawatu Green and white
Marlborough Cardinal
Mid-Canterbury Emerald green and gold
Nelson Navy blue and sky blue
North Auckland Cambridge blue
North Otago Gold
Otago Dark blue and gold
Poverty Bay Scarlet
South Canterbury Green and black
Southland Maroon
Taranaki Amber and black
Thames Valley Gold and scarlet
Waikato Red, yellow, and black
Wairarapa Green
Wanganui Black, blue, and white
Wellington Black and gold
West Coast Red and white

by John Sidney Gully, M.A., DIP.N.Z.L.S., Assistant Chief Librarian, General Assembly Library, Wellington.

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John Sidney Gully, M.A., DIP.N.Z.L.S., Assistant Chief Librarian, General Assembly Library, Wellington.

Last updated 22-Apr-09