Jon White, regarded as one of the greatest props Australia has produced, made his Test debut in 1958 against the All Blacks.
White toured South Africa twice, in 1961 and 1963, the second occasion a memorable Wallabies effort in the four-Test series. Australia won the second and third Tests to lead the series 2-1, becoming the first team since 1896 to beat the Springboks in back to back Tests on South African soil, before the Springboks squared the series by winning the last Test.
White also played a key role in Australia’s 20-5 record-breaking win over the All Blacks in Wellington in 1964.
White played his last Tests in the two-game series clean sweep of South Africa in Australia in 1965.
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