In 1984, the Wallabies made history by becoming the first Australian team to complete rugby unions Grand Slam: defeating England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland on their home turf. The 32-man squad boasted legendary Wallabies Roger Gould, Mark Ella Brendan Moon and Simon Poidevin, along with soon-to-become legends David Campese, Michael Lynagh and Nick Farr-Jones. The 1984 Wallabies scored a remarkable total of 100 points in the four Tests the most by any team to tour Britain and Ireland and are now captured forever in this superb lithograph. This fantastic action lithograph entitled 84 Grand Slam – personally signed by captain Andrew Slack and coach Alan Jones. Officially licensed by the Australian Rugby Union and independently authenticated and certified by the major chartered accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.