Terry Morrison

1965 to 1969

As we all know Terry was a “flying” wing for the All Blacks in the 70s.  He spent time acquiring these skills under the guidance of Geo Simpkin.  Not only was Terry a 1st XV player for three years, he was the school athletics champion every year.

Terry had the mantle of Head Boy in 1969 and his sister Gaye followed in 1970 as Head Girl!

A talented duo.

From school where Terry gained University Entrance and Higher School Certificate, he studied at Otago University and graduated with a B Com in marketing.

Terry has had a varied and exciting career.  Firstly, he was marketing Manager for AHI in NZ and in France and UK.  He became a partner in Marketing Consultancy in Australia with NZ Kiwifruit, Dairywhip and other NZ products as major clients.

His rugby products company Silver Fern Australia supplied all the training and field equipment for the 2003 Rugby World Cup.  Currently Terry is semi-retired living on the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

He has lived and worked as well as played rugby in Paris and the UK.  Sydney was his home for 22 years though Terry is firmly a “Proud Kiwi”.