Thomas Trevarthan was a New Zealand rugby league player who represented New Zealand.
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The New Zealand national rugby league team has represented New Zealand in rugby league since 1907. Administered by the New Zealand Rugby League, they are commonly known as the Kiwis, after the native bird of that name. The team's colour's are majority black with white and the players perform a haka before every match they play as a challenge to their opponents. The New Zealand Kiwis are currently second in the RLIF World Rankings. Since the 1980s, most New Zealand representatives have been based overseas, in the professional National Rugby League and Super League competitions. Before that players were selected entirely from clubs in domestic New Zealand leagues.
His brother, David, represented New Zealand in rugby union. He is also related to William Trevarthen, a member of the 1907-08 All Golds.
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William "Bill" MacVay Trevarthen was a New Zealand rugby footballer who was part of the professional 1907-1908 New Zealand rugby tour of Great Britain. A relative of his, Thomas Trevarthan, later played for New Zealand in the 1930s.
Trevarthan originally played rugby union for North Otago.
In 1936 he moved to Auckland and switched codes, joining the Manukau rugby league club.That same year Trevarthan was selected to represent Auckland and played in two test matches for New Zealand against Great Britain.
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