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William Millton Personal information Full name William Varnham Millton Date of birth June 10, 1858(1858-06-10) Place of birth Christchurch, New Zealand Date of death June 22, 1887(1887-06-22) Place of death Christchurch, New Zealand Rugby union career Playing career Position Forward Professional / senior clubs Years Club / team Caps (points) 1876-78 1879-84 Canterbury Clubs Canterbury National team(s) Years Club / team Caps (points) 1884 All Blacks 8 (35) William Millton was a New Zealand Rugby Union player who played for the All Blacks. He captained The All Blacks in a tour to Australia in 1884. He played his rugby in Canterbury and also represented Canterbury in cricket. Contents 1 Early life 2 All Blacks 3 After Rugby 4 References // Early life William Millton was born in Christchurch in 1858, he attended Christ's College where he made the school first XV. Millton then went on to play rugby for the Canterbury Clubs side. He played for Canterbury Clubs until they formed Canterbury which took over in 1879. All Blacks Millton had been playing rugby in Canterbury since 1876 so when a tour to Australia was suggested it was hardly surprising to see his name listed in the team. Millton had been chosen as captain for the tour, as he had captained the Canterbury side since 1878. Millton had many strong games throughout the tour and managed to score 35 points in total. The first coming in their second against Cumberland County, scoring three conversions in the teams 33-0 win. In their next game against N.S.W. he was awarded another conversion. So far Millton had only scored off conversions but in the seventh match of the tour he scored three tries and two conversions, scoring twelve of the teams 23 points in a 23-10 win over Wallaroo and University. In his final match he scored another try and conversion against N.S.W. ending the tour with four tries and nine conversions. After Rugby Millton retired from rugby at the end of 1884 and a year later Millton married Miss Anderson. But two years after marrying he died of typhoid aged 29 in Christchurch. References William Millton at AllBlacks.com CricketArchive: William Millton Persondata Name Milton, William Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1858-06-10 Place of birth Date of death 1887-06-22 Place of death