|Birth name||Thomas William Lynch|
|Date of birth||26 March 1892|
|Place of birth||Milton, New Zealand|
|Date of death||6 May 1950 58)(aged|
|Place of death||Clyde, New Zealand|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||79 kg (174 lb)|
|School||St Patrick's College, Wellington|
|Notable relative(s)|| Tom Lynch (son)|
Tom Coughlan (nephew)
|Rugby union career|
Thomas William “Tiger” Lynch (26 March 1892 – 6 May 1950) was a New Zealand rugby union player. A wing three-quarter, Lynch represented South Canterbury and Southland at a provincial level, and was a member of the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks, in 1913 and 1914. He played 23 matches for the All Blacks including four internationals, scoring 37 tries in all.
During World War I, Lynch enlisted in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in May 1915 and served firstly with the New Zealand Medical Corps on the hospital ship Marama, and later as a private in the Canterbury Infantry Regiment. He was wounded in action, receiving a gunshot wound to the shoulder, on 8 October 1918.
Lynch died at Clyde on 6 May 1950,and was buried at Alexandra Cemetery.
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The following lists events that happened during 1927 in New Zealand.
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