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Daniel Fraser Personal information Full name Daniel George Fraser Playing information Representative Years Team Pld T G FG P 1907–1909 New Zealand 2 1908–19?? Wellington Daniel George Fraser[1] was a New Zealand rugby footballer who was part of the professional 1907-1908 New Zealand rugby tour of Great Britain. Contents 1 Rugby Football 2 Boer War 3 Rugby League 4 References Rugby Football Fraser played rugby union for the Petone Rugby Club.[2] Boer War During the Boer War, Fraser played for the New Zealand Army Corps team, which was the first New Zealand rugby side to play in South Africa. Rugby League In 1907 Fraser joined the professional All Blacks while they were in New South Wales on the first leg of their 1907-1908 tour of Australia and Great Britain. Fraser was one of six players on the tour from the Petone Rugby Club.[3] Fraser's main role was a non-playing one, acting as assistant manager and helping Albert Baskiville with his day to day duties. However Fraser did play in two test matches for New Zealand between 1907 and 1909. On his return to New Zealand Fraser tried to help fill some of the gap left by the death of Baskiville, helping the game establish itself and he organised the first provincial game of rugby league in New Zealand, between Auckland and Wellington at Victoria Park on 24 August 1908. Fraser also managed the New Zealand team on their first tour of Australia in 1909. Like five other members of the touring party Fraser is buried at Karori Cemetery.[4] References ^ FRASER, Daniel George 1907 - 09 - Kiwi #6 nzleague.co.nz ^ John Haynes From All Blacks to All Golds: Rugby League's Pioneers, Christchurch, Ryan and Haynes, 1996. ISBN 0473038641 ^ Petone Rugby played big part in 'All Golds' Petone Rugby Club, Accessed 14 August 2009 ^ Relatives and Teams to remember Original All Golds NZRL Press Release, 10 October 2007 v · d · eNew Zealand squad – 1907-08 tour of Great Britain and Australia Hercules Richard "Bumper" Wright (captain), George William Smith (vice-captain), Albert Baskiville (secretary), Hubert Turtill, Harold Rowe, Duncan McGregor, Dally Messenger, Edgar Wrigley, Joseph Lavery, Richard Wynyard, William Wynyard, Lance Todd, Edward Tyne, William Tyler, Arthur Kelly, Tom "Angry" Cross, William Massa Johnston, Eric Watkins, Conrad Byrne, Adam Lile, Daniel Gilchrist, Arthur Callum, Charlie Pearce, William Trevarthen, Charles Dunning, William Mackrell, Daniel Fraser (assistant manager), Jim Gleeson (treasurer), and H.J. Palmer (manager) 1908 Australian Leg Only: James Barber Persondata Name Fraser, Daniel Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death