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International Team Records


International Records
(as at 23/6/2014)

International Records

General

Highest attendance at a International

109 874

15/7/2000: Stadium (Telstra) Australia, Sydney
New Zealand beat Australia 39-35

107 042

28/8/1999: Stadium (Telstra) Australia, Sydney
Australia beat New Zealand 28-7

104 000

1/3/1975: Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Scotland beat Wales 12-10

94 713

21/8/2010: FNB (Soccer) Stadium, Johannesburg
New Zealand beat South Africa 29-22

90 978

1/9/2001: Stadium (Telstra) Australia, Sydney
Australia beat New Zealand 29-26

90 119

26/7/1997: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
New Zealand beat Australia 33-18

90 000

6/8/1955: Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg
British Lions beat South Africa 23-22

WORLD CUP
82 957

22/11/2003: Telstra Stadium, Sydney
England beat Australia 20-17 - FINAL

SUPER14
52 000

19/5/2001: Absa Stadium, Durban:Sharks beat Cats 30-12 - SEMI-FINAL
12/5/2007: Absa Stadium, Dbn: Sharks beat Blues 34-18 - SEMI-FINAL
19/5/2007: Absa Staduim, Dbn: Bulls beat Sharks 20-19 - FINAL

CLUB RUGBY
82 208

2/5/2009: Croke Park, Dublin
Leinster beat Munster 25-6 - SEMI-FINAL: Heineken Cup Competition

82 000

25/5/2013: Twickenham, London:
Leicester Tigers beat Northampton Saints 00-00 - PREMIERSHIP FINAL

Individual

Most Tests as Referee

70

Jonathan Kaplan (South Africa - 1996-2011- 2013: DOB: 7/11/1966)

68

Allain Rolland (Ireland - 2001-2014: DOB: 22/8/1966)

57

Steve Walsh (New Zealand - 1998-2014: DOB: 28/3/1972)

53

Nigel Owens (Wales - 2003-2014)

52

Stuart Dickinson (Australia - 1997-2011: DOB: 19/7/1968)

52

Wayne Barnes (England - 2006-2014)

50

Craig Joubert (South Africa - 2000-2014: DOB: 8/11/1977)

50

Chris White (England: DOB: 1997-2010: 17/7/1963)

46

Paul Honiss (New Zealand: 1997-: DOB: 18/6/1963)

45

Alan Lewis (Ireland)

44

Derek Bevan (Wales: DOB: 3/9/1947)

41

Tony Spreadbury (England)

39

Jim Fleming (Scotland)

37

Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand)

34

George Clancy (Ireland - 2006-2014)

32

Clive Norling (Wales)

32

Romain Poite (France)

31

Andrew Cole (Australia)

30

Mark Lawrence (South Africa - 2000-2011: DOB: 16/6/1965)

30

Ed Morrison (England: DOB: 6/9/1951)

Most test wins

+70

111

Richie McCaw (New Zealand) - played: 125

95

Keven Mealamu (New Zealand) - played: 111

93

George Gregan (Australia) - played: 132

93

Tony Woodcock (New Zealand) - played: 108

89

Jason Leonard (England/Lions) - played: 119

88

Dan Carter (New Zealand) - played: 100

84

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand) - played: 100

82

Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland) - played: 141

79

Fabien Pelous (France) - played: 118

78

Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand) - played: 89

74

Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand) - played: 92

73

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland) - played: 129

71

Martin Johnson (England/Lions) - played: 92

70

Philippe Sella (France) - played: 111

70

Andrew Hore (New Zealand) - played: 83

-

Most Capped Players

+100
Includes total caps for own country and the British Lions; for Argentina and the South American Jaguars; for Samoa/Fiji/Tonga and the Pacific Islands, against all countries - Internationals for British Lions/South American Jaguars/Pacific Islanders appears in brackets)

1-141(8)

Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland/Lions - 1999-2014) - 82 wins: 58.16%

2-139

George Gregan (Australia - 1994-2007) - 93 wins: 66.91%

3-130(2)

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland/Lions - 2000-2013) - 73 wins: 56.15%

4-127

Richie McCaw (New Zealand - 2001-2014) - 113 wins: 88.98%

5-119(5)

Jason Leonard (England/Lions - 1990-2004) - 89 wins: 74.79%

6-118

Fabien Pelous (France - 1995-2007) - 79 wins: 66.95%

7-116

Nathan Sharpe (Australia - 2002-2012) - 68 wins: 58.62%

8-113

Keven Mealamu (New Zealand - 2002-2012; 2014) - 97 wins: 85.84%

9-112(5)

Gethin Jenkins (Wales/Lions - 2002-2014) - 47 wins: 41.96%

10-112

Victor Matfield (South Africa - 2001-2011; 2014) - 71 wins: 63.39%

11-111

Philippe Sella (France - 1982-1995) - 70 wins: 63.06%

12-111

John Smit (South Africa - 2000-2011) - 69 wins: 62.16%

13-111

George Smith (Australia - 2000-2009) - 66 wins: 59.46%

14-110(6)

Stephen Jones (Wales/Lions - 1998-2011) - 44 wins: 40%

15-110

Tony Woodcock (New Zealand - 2002-2014) - 95 wins: 86.36%

16-109

Chris Paterson, MBE (Scotland - 1999-2011) - 43 wins: 39.45%

17-107

Marco Bortolami (Italy - 2001-2010; 2012-'14 - 28 wins: 26.17%)

18-107(2)

John Hayes (Ireland/Lions -  2000-2011) - 67 wins: 62.62%

19-105

Martin Castrogiovanni (Italy - 2002-2014) - 29 wins: 28.16%

20-105

Sergio Parisse (Italy - 2002-2013) - 29 wins: 27.88%

21-104(4)

Martyn Williams, MBE (Wales/Lions - 1996-2012) - 45 wins: 43.27%

22-103

Andrea lo Cicero (Italy - 2000-2008; 2011-2013) - 31 wins: 30.69%

23-103(3)

Gareth Thomas (Wales/Lions - 1995-2007) - 51 wins: 49.51%

24-102

Stephen Larkham (Australia - 1996-2007) - 68 wins: 66.67%

25-102

Percy Montgomery (South Africa - 1997-2001; 2005-2008) - 67 wins: 65.69%

26-101

David Campese (Australia - 1982-1996) - 67 wins: 66.34%

27101(7)

Paul O'Connell (Ireland/Lions - 2002-2014) - 58 wins: 57.43%

28-101

Alessandro Troncon (Italy - 1994-2007) - 33 wins: 32.16%

29-100

Mauro Bergamasco (Italy - 1998-2014) - 30 wins: 30.00%

30-100

Daniel Carter (New Zealand - 2004-2013) - 88 wins: 88.00%

31-100(5)

Adam Jones (Wales/Lions - 2003-2014)

32-100

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand - 2003-2011) - 84 wins: 84%

+50
Includes total caps for own country and the British Lions; for Argentina and the South American Jaguars; for Samoa/Fiji/Tonga and the Pacific Islands, against all countries - Internationals for British Lions/South American Jaguars/Pacific Islanders appears in brackets)

98

Raphaél Ibanez (France - 1996-2007)

98(4)

Donncha O'Callaghan (Ireland/Lions - 2003-2013)

98

Peter Stringer (Ireland - 2000-2011)

97

Bryan Habana (South Africa - 2004-2014)

97(6)

Jonny Wilkinson, MBE (England/Lions-1998-2003; 2007-2011)

96(2)

Colin Charvis (Wales/Lions - 1996-2007)

96

Jean de Villiers (South Africa - 2002; 2004-2013)

94

Adam Ashley-Cooper (Australia - 2005-2014)

93

Serge Blanco (France - 1980-1991)

92

Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand - 1986-1997)

92

Matt Giteau (Australia - 2002-2011)

92(8)

Martin Johnson (England/Lions - 1993-2003)

92

Gareth Llewellyn (Wales - 1989-2004)

92

Stephen Moore (Australia - 2005-2014)

92

Malcolm O'Kelly (Ireland - 1997-2009)

92(5)

Mike Phillips (Wales/Lions - 2003-2014)

91(4)

Neil Jenkins (Wales/Lions - 1991-2002)

91

Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand - 2003-2014)

91

Cristian Petre (Romania - 2001-2012)

91(5)

Rory Underwood (England/Lions - 1984-1996)

91(4)

Shane Williams (Wales/Lions - 2000-2011)

89

Mirco Bergamasco (Italy - 2002-2012)

89

Olivier Magne (France - 1997-2007)

89

Joost van der Westhuizen (South Africa - 1993-2003)

88(3)

Lawrence Dallaglio (England/Lions - 1995-2007)

88

Sean Lamont (Scotland - 2004-2014)

87

Felipe Contepomi (Argentina - 1998-2008; 2010-2013)

87

Scott Murray (Scotland - 1997-2007)

86

Lisandro Arbizu (Argentina - 1990-2005)

86

Gonzalo Canale (Italy - 2003-2013)

86

John Eales (Australia - 1991-2001)

86(6)

Alun-Wyn Jones (Wales/Lions - 2006-2014)

86

Rolando Martin (Argentina - 1994-2003)

86

Joe Roff (Australia - 1995-2005)

86

Damien Traille (France - 2001-2009; 2011)

85

Irakli Abuseridze (Georgia - 2000-2013)

85

Andrea Masi (Italy - 1999-2014)

84

Mike Blair (Scotland - 2002-2012)

84(7)

Matt Dawson (England/Lions - 1995-2006)

84

Joaquim Ferreira (Portugal - 1993-2007)

84

Mario Ledesma-Arocena (Argentina - 1996-2011)

84

Sylvain Marconnet (France - 1998-2011)

84(2)

Gregor Townsend (Scotland/Lions - 1993-2003)

83

Carlo Checchinato (Italy - 1990-2004)

83

Andrew Hore (New Zealand - 2002-2013: 70 wins: 84.34%)

83

Salvatore Perugini (Italy - 2000-2011)

83

Alessandro Zanni (Italy - 2005-2014)

82

Girvan Dempsey (Ireland - 1998-2008)

82

Imanol Harinordoquy (France - 2002-2012)

81

Matt Burke (Australia - 1993-2004)

81(12)

Mike Gibson (Ireland/Lions - 1964-1979)

81

Justin Marshall (New Zealand - 1995-2005)

81

Hirotoki Onozawa (Japan - 2001-2013)

80(1)

Gordon D'Arcy (Ireland/Lions - 1999-2014)

80

Os du Randt (South Africa - 1994-2007)

80

Tim Horan (Australia - 1989-2000)

80(17)

Willie-John McBride (Ireland/Lions - 1962-1975)

80

Stirling Mortlock (Australia - 2000-2009)

80

Fabio Ongaro (Italy - 2000-2011)

79

Bakkies Botha (South Africa - 2002-2005; 2007-2011; 2014)

79(7)

Ieuan Evans (Wales/Lions - 1987-1998)

79

Ian Jones (New Zealand - 1990-1999)

79

Yukio Motoki (Japan - 1991-2005)

79(3)

Dwayne Peel (Wales/Lions - 2001-2009; 2011)

79

Dimitri Szarzewski (France - 2004-2014)

79

Phil Waugh (Australia - 2000-2009)

79

David Wilson (Australia - 1992-2000)

79(1)

Joe Worsley (England/Lions - 1999-2011)

78

Abdelatif Benazzi (France - 1990-2001)

78(3)

Ryan Jones (Wales/Lions - 2004-2013)

78

Andrey Kuzin (Russia - 1997-2012)

78

Chris Latham (Australia - 1998-2007)

78

Pedro Sporledor (Argentina - 1990-2003)

78(5)

Phil Vickery (England/Lions 1998-2009)

77

Mark Andrews (South Africa - 1994-2001)

77

Rory Best (Ireland - 2005-2014)

77(2)

Gordon Bulloch (Scotland - 1997-2005)

77(1)

Ross Ford (Scotland/Lions - 2004-2014)

77

Romeo Gontineac (Romania - 1995-2008)

77

Merab Kvirikashvili (Georgia - 2003-2014)

77

Adrian Lungu (Romania - 1980-1995)

77

Lucian Sirbu (Romania - 1996-2011)

77

Conrad Smith (New Zealand - 2004-2014)

77

Jason White (Scotland - 2000-2009)

77

Ali Williams (New Zealand - 2002-2008; 2012)

76(5)

Rob Andrew (England/Lions - 1985-1997)

76(1)

Mike Catt (England/British Lions - 1994-2007)

76

Al Charron (Canada - 1990-2003)

76(2)

Diego Dominguez (Argentina/1989; Italy/1991-2003)

76(5)

Richard Hill (England/Lions - 1997-2004)

76

Nathan Hines (Scotland - 2000-2011)

76

James Hook (Wales - 2006-2014)

76

Hitoshi Ono (Japan - 2004-2013)

76

Ruan Pienaar (South Africa - 2006-2014)

76

Aurélien Rougerie (France - 2001-2012)

76(3)

Steve Thompson (England/Lions - 2002-2011)

76(3)

David Wallace (Ireland/Lions - 2000-2011)

75

Julien Bonnaire (France (2004-2012)

75

Rocky Elsom (Australia - 2005-2011)

75

Alexander Khrokin (Russia - 1994-2012)

75

Jason Little (Australia - 1989-2000)

75

Mike Tindall (England - 2000-2011)

75

CJ van der Linde (South Africa - 2002; 2004-2012)

74

Diego Aguirre (Uruguay - 1995-2007)

74(5)

Danny Grewcock (England/Lions - 1997-2007)

74(3)

Lewis Moody (England/Lions - 2001-2011)

74(2)

Geordan Murphy (Ireland/Lions - 2000-2010)

74

Tana Umaga (New Zealand - 1997-2005)

73(1)

Will Carling (England/Lions - 1988-1997)

73

Vyacheslav Grachev (Russia - 1993-2011)

73(8)

Jeremy Guscott (England/Lions - 1989-1999)

73

Yannick Jauzion (France - 2001-2011)

73

Nicolas Mas (France - 2003-2014)

73

Federico Mendez (Argentina - 1990-2005)

73

Lionel Nallet (France - 2000-2012)

73

Diego Ormachea (Uruguay - 1989-1999)

73

Agust Pichot (Argentina - 1995-2007)

73

Luis Pissarra (Portugal - 1996-2007)

73(2)

Simon Shaw (England/Lions - 1996-2011)

72

Oliver Brouzet (France - 1994-2003)

72

Jaque Fourie (South Africa - 2003-2011)

72(5)

Jamie Heaslip (Ireland/Lions - 2006-2014)

72

David Humphreys (Ireland - 1996-2005)

72

Michael Lynagh (Australia - 1984-1995)

72

Jeremy Paul (Australia - 1998-2006)

71(5)

Neil Back (England/Lions - 1994-2005)

71

Gabriel Brezoianu (Romania - 1996-2007)

71

Christian Califano (France - 1994-2007)

71(7)

Martin Corry (England/Lions - 1997-2007)

71

Vyacheslav Grachev (Russia - 1993-2011)

71

Stuart Grimes (Scotland - 1997-2005)

71

Nicky Little (Fiji - 1996-2009; 2011)

71

Frédéric Michalak (France - 2001-'10; 2012-'14)

71

Jean-Luc Sadourny (France - 1991-2001)

71

Cristian Stoica (Italy - 1997-2007)

71

Florin Vlaicu (Romania - 2006-2014)

71

Piri Weepu (New Zealand - 2004-2012)

71

Tedo Zibzibadze (Georgia - 1998-2013)

70

Schalk Burger (South Africa - 2003-2010; 2014)

70

Kenny Logan (Scotland - 1992-2003)

70

Kevin Maggs (Ireland - 1997-2005)

70

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand - 1995-2004)

70

Florica Morariu (Romania - 1976-1989)

70

Tom Shanklin (Wales - 2001-2009)

69

Al Baxter (Australia - 2003-2009)

69

Roland Bertranne (France - 1971-1981)

69

Giorgi Chkhaidze (Georgia - 2002-2013)

69(1)

Chris Cusiter (Scotland/Lions - 2004-2014)

69

Massimo Cuttitta (Italy - 1990-2000)

69

Pieter de Villiers (France - 1999-2007)

69

Gheorghe Dumitru (Romania - 1973-1987)

69

Fourie du Preez (South Africa - 2004-2009; 2013-2014)

69(4)

Shane Horgan (Ireland/Lions - 2000-2009)

69(5)

Brian Moore (England/Lions - 1987-1995)

69

Philippe Saint-Andre (France - 1990-1997)

69

Juan Smith (South Africa - 2003; 2005-2010)

69

Malkhaz Urjukashvili (Georgia - 1997-2011)

68

Constantin Dinu (Romania - 1965-1983)

68

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand - 2003-2010)

68(4)

Semo Sititi (Samoa/Pacific Islanders - 1999-2009)

67

Vincent Clerc (France - 2002-2013)

67

Christophe Dominici (France - 1998-2007)

67

Thierry Dusautoir (France - 2006-2014)

67(2)

Simon Easterby (Ireland/Lions - 2000-2008)

67

Leonardo Ghiraldini (Italy - 2006-2014)

67(6)

Gavin Hastings (Scotland/Lions - 1986-1995)

67(2)

Scott Hastings (Scotland/Lions - 1986-1997)

67

Daniel Herbert (Australia - 1994-2002)

67

Marcus Horan (Ireland - 2000-2009; 2011)

67

Chris Jack (New Zealand - 2001-2007)

67

Phil Kearns (Australia - 1989-1999)

67

Alexander Khrokin (Russia - 2002-2011)

67

Gia Labadze (Georgia - 1996-2012)

67

Mario Lame (Uruguay - 1989-2001)

67(2)

Brian Lima (Samoa/Pacific Islanders - 1991-2007)

67

Mike MacDonald (USA - 2000-2012)

67

Dan Parks (Scotland - 2004-2012)

67(8)

Hugo Porta (Argentina/South American Jaguars - 1971-1999)

67(6)

Tom Smith (Scotland/Lions - 1997-2005)

67

Lote Tuqiri (Australia - 2003-2008)

66

Carlos Ignacio Fernandez-Lobbe (Argentina - 1996-2008)

66

David Kacharava (Georgia - 2006-2013)

66

Grigol Labadze (Georgia - 1996-2012)

66

Irakli Machkhaneli (Georgia - 2002-2013)

66

Benn Robinson (Australia - 2006-2013)

66

Greg Somerville (New Zealand - 2000-2008)

66

Winston Stanley (Canada - 1994-2003)

66

Simon Taylor (Scotland - 2000-2009)

66

Jonathan Thomas (Wales - 2003-2011)

66

Ovidiu Tonita (Romania - 2000-2011)

66

André Venter (South Africa - 1996-2001)

65(2)

Diego Cuesta Silva (Argentina/South America - 1983-1995)

65

Omar Hassan-Jalil (Argentina - 1995-2007)

65

Allan Jacobsen (Scotland - 2002-2012)

65

Takashi Kikutani (Japan - 2005-2013)

65

Cristian Petre (Romania - 2001-2009)

65(4)

Fergus Slattery (Ireland/Lions - 1970-1984)

65(7)

Peter Winterbottom (England/Lions - 1982-1993)

64

Kelly Brown (Scotland - 2005-2014)

64

Fabien Galthié (France - 1991-2003)

64

Ian Gough (Wales - 1998-2009)

64(2)

Ben Kay (England/Lions - 2001-2009)

64

Diogo Mateus (Portugal - 2000-2009)

64

Breyton Paulse (South Africa - 1999-2007)

64

Scott Stewart (Canada - 1989-2001)

64

Paolo Vaccari (Italy - 1991-2003)

64

Ilia Zedginidze (Georgia - 1998-2011)

63

Serge Betsen (France - 1997-2007)

63

Matt Cockbain (Australia - 1997-2003)

63

Michel Crauste (France - 1957-1966)

63

Benoit Dauga (France - 1964-1972)

63

Dan Dumbrava (Romania - 2002-2011)

63(10)

Gareth Edwards (Wales/Lions - 1967-1978)

63

Nick Farr-Jones (Australia - 1984-1993)

63

Catalin Fercu (Romania - 2005-2013)

63(1)

Denis Hickie (Ireland/Lions - 1997-2007)

63

John Kirwan (New Zealand - 1984-1994)

63

Vladislav Korshunov (Russia - 2002-2013)

63

Jonah Lomu (New Zealand - 1994-2002)

63

Drew Mitchell (Australia - 2005-2012)

63

Mircea Paraschiv (Romania - 1975-1987)

63(3)

Matthew Rees (Wales/Lions - 2004-2014)

63(3)

Jamie Roberts (Wales/Lions - 2008-2014)

63

Danie Rossouw (South Africa - 2003-2011)

63

Daniel Vickerman (Australia - 2002-2008; 2011)

63(8)

JPR Williams (Wales/Lions - 1969-1981)

63(5)

Keith Wood (Ireland/Lions - 1994-2003)

61

Ben Alexander (Australia - 2008-2013)

62

Robin Brooke (New Zealand - 1992-1999)

62

Valentin Calafeteanu (Romania - 2004-2014)

62

Sébastian Chabal (France - 2000-2009)

62

Santiago Dellape (Italy - 2002-2009; 2011)

62

Anthony Foley (Ireland - 1995-2005)

62

Akvsenti Giorgadze (Georgia - 1996-2011)

62

Luke Gross (USA - 1996-2003)

62

Doug Howlett (New Zealand - 2000-2007)

62

Kieran Read (New Zealand - 2008-2014)

62

Goderzi Shelidze (Georgia - 1998-2011)

62

Rod Snow (Canada - 1995-2007)

61

Philippe Benetton (France - 1989-1999)

61(1)

Craig Chalmers (Scotland/Lions - 1989-1999)

61

Jean Condom (France - 1982-1990)

61

Florin Corodeanu (Romania - 1997-2009)

61

Tiberius Dimofte (Romania - 2004-2013)

61

Dan Dumbrava (Romania - 2002-2011)

61(2)

Rob Howley (Wales/Lions - 1996-2002)

61

Takeomi Ito (Japan - 1996-2005)

61

Oliver Roumat (France - 1989-1996)

61

Rodney So'oialo (New Zealand - 2002-2009)

61

Hugo Southwell (Scotland - 2004-2011)

61

Alexander Voytov (Russia - 2003-2013)

61

Doddie Weir (Scotland - 1990-2000)

60

Craig Dowd (New Zealand - 1993-2001)

60

Csada Gal (Romania - 2005-2013)

60

Serafino Ghizzoni (Italy - 1977-1987)

60

Massimo Giovanelli (Italy - 1989-2000)

60

Paulica Ion (Romania - 2003-2013)

60(9)

Andy Irvine (Scotland/Lions - 1972-1982)

60

Toutai Kefu (Australia - 1997-2003)

60

Luke McLean (Italy - 2008-2014)

60

Bryan Redpath (Scotland - 1993-2003)

60

Lucian Sirbu (Romania - 1996-2009)

60

Ionut Tofan (Romania - 1997-2007)

60

To'o Vaega (Samoa - 1986-2001)

60

Pedro Vecino (Uruguay - 1993-2003)

60

Jeff Wilson (New Zealand - 1993-2001)

60

Dimitri Yachvili (France - 2002-2012)

59(5)

Tommy Bowe (Ireland/Lions - 2004-2013)

59

Bismarck du Plessis (South Africa - 2007-2014)

59

Toby Flood (England - 2006-2013)

59

Cedric Heymans (France - 2000-2011)

59

Paddy Johns (Ireland - 1990-2000)

59(5)

Tom Kiernan (Ireland/Lions - 1960-1973)

59

Euan Murray (Scotland - 2005-2014)

59

Anton Oliver (New Zealand - 1997-2007)

59(1)

Phil Orr (Ireland/Lions - 1976-1987)

59

Simon Poidevin (Australia - 1980-1991)

59

Jean-Pierre Rives (France - 1975-1984)

59

Bidzina Samkharadze (Georgia - 2004-2012)

59

Martin Scelzo (Argentina - 1996-2011)

59

Semo Sititi (Samoa - 1999-2009)

58

Steve Borthwick (England - 2001-2010)

58

Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand - 1987-1997)

58

Mark Chisholm (Australia - 2004-2010)

58

Todd Clever (USA - 2003-2014)

58

Christian Cullen (New Zealand - 1996-2002)

58(5)

Scott Gibbs (Wales/Lions - 1991-2001)

58

Garin Jenkins (Wales - 1991-2000)

58

Yury Kushnarev (Russia - 2005-2013)

58

Gheorghe Leonte (Romania - 1984-1995)

58(3)

Josh Lewsey (England/Lions - 1998-2007)

58

Daisuke Ohata (Japan - 1996-2006)

58

Miguel Portela (Portugal - 1996-2007)

58

Bob Ross (Canada - 1989-2003)

58

Brad Thorn (New Zealand - 2003-2011)

58

Gary Whetton (New Zealand - 1981-1991)

57(8)

Seremaia Baikeinuku (Fiji/Pacific Islands - 2000-2013)

57

Ben Cohen (England - 2000-2006)

57

Marcello d'Orey (Portugal - 1996-2007)

57

Levan Datunashvili (Georgia - 2004-2013)

57(2)

Wade Dooley (England/Lions - 1985-1993)

57

Martin Durand (Argentina - 1997-2008)

57

Ed Fairhurst (Canada - 2001-2012)

57

Artem Fatakohv (Russia - 2005-2013)

57

Owen Franks (New Zealand - 2009-2014)

57(2)

Will Greenwood (England/Lions - 1997-2004)

57

Dylan Hartley (England - 2008-2014)

57

Mike James (Canada - 1994-2007)

57

Pavle Jimsheladze (Georgia - 1995-2007)

57

Duncan Jones (Wales - 2001-2009)

57(3)

Robert Jones (Wales/Lions - 1986-1995)

57

Byron Kelleher (New Zealand - 1999-2007)

57

Igor Klyuchnikov (Russia - 2003-2012)

57

Denis Leamy (Ireland - 2004-2011)

57

Mike MacDonald (USA - 2001-2009)

57

Alec Parker (USA - 1996-2009)

57

James Pritchard (Canada - 2005-2014)

57

Andrew Trimble (Ireland - 2005-2014)

57

Querol Velazco (Spain - 1997-2006)

56

Patricio Albacete (2003-2013)

56

Diego Albanese (Argentina - 1995-2003)

56

Pierre Berbizier (France - 1981-1991)

56

Olo Brown (New Zealand - 1992-1998)

56

Aaron Carpenter (Canada - 2005-2014)

56(1)

Mark Cueto (England/Lions - 2004-2011)

56

Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe (Argentina - 2004-2013)

56

Jim Hamilton (Scotland - 2006-2014)

56(1)

Michael Jones (Samoa/New Zealand - 1986-1998)

56

Alastair Kellock (Scotland - 2004-2013)

56

Leon MacDonald (New Zealand - 2000-2008)

56

Franck Mesnel (France - 1986-1995)

56(1)

Brendan Mullin (Ireland - 1984-1995)

56

Morgan Parra (France - 2008-2014)

56

Aaron Persico (Italy - 2000-2006)

56(5)

Jason Robinson (England/Lions - 2001-2007)

56(2)

Graham Rowntree (England/Lions - 1995-2006)

56

Laurent Rodriguez (France - 1981-1990)

56

Morné Steyn (South Africa - 2009-2015)

55

Stefano Bettarello (Italy - 1979-1988)

55

Frank Bunce (New Zealand - 1992-1997)

55

Owen Finegan (Australia - 1996-2003)

55

Will Genia (Australia - 2009-2013)

55

Paul James (Wales - 2003-2014)

55

Rob Kearney (Ireland - 2007-2014)

55

Juan Manuel Leguizamón (Argentina - 2005-2013)

55

Colin Meads (New Zealand - 1957-1971)

55

Tendai Mtawarira (South Africa - 2008-2014)

55

Robert Paparemborde (France - 1975-1983)

55

Alec Parker (USA - 1996-2009)

55(3)

Scott Quinnell (Wales/Lions - 1993-2002)

55

Eoin Redden (Ireland - 2006-2014)

55

Gareth Rees (Canada - 1986-1999)

55

Rodrigo Roncero (Argentina - 1998-2012)

55

Alexey Travkin (Russia - 2001-2011)

55

Morgan Williams (Canada - 1999-2008)

55(4)

Julian White (England/Lions - 2000-2009)

54

Thomas Castaigné (France - 1995-2007)

54

Peter Clohessy (Ireland - 1993-2002)

54

Marcello Cuttitta (Italy - 1987-1999)

54

Carlo del Fava (Italy - 2004-2011)

54

Catalin Fercu (2005-2012)

54

Carlo Festuccia (Italy - 2003-2012)

54

Mamuka Gorgodze (Georgia - 2003-2013)

54

John Graf (Canada - 1989-1999)

54(3)

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales/Lions: 2008-2014)

54

Dave Hodges (USA - 1996-2004)

54

Josh Kronfeld (New Zealand - 1995-2000)

54

Ollie le Roux (South Africa - 1994-2002)

54

Massimo Mascioletti (Italy - 1977-1990)

54

Gheorghie Nica (Romania - 1964-1978)

54

Pascal Papé (France - 2004-2014)

54

Franco Properzi-Curti (Italy - 1990-2001)

54(6)

Dean Richards (England/Lions - 1986-1996)

54

Jeromé Thion (France (2003-2011)

54

Sam Whitelock (New Zealand - 2010-2014)

54(3)

David Young (Wales/Lions - 1987-2001)

53

Petru Balan (Romania - 1998-2009)

53

Jannie du Plessis (South Africa - 2007-2014)

53

Paul Emerick (USA - 2003-2012)

53

Victor Gresev (Russia - 2006-2013)

53(2)

Austin Healey (England/Lions - 1997-2003)

53

Andrew Henderson (Scotland - 2001-2008)

53

Besiki Khamashuridze (Georgia - 1998-2008)

53

Mircea Munteanu (Romania - 1973-1988)

53

JP Pietersen (South Africa - 2006-2014)

53

Giancarlo Pivetta (Italy - 1979-1993)

53(12)

Graham Price (Wales/Lions - 1975-1983)

53(1)

Jim Renwick (Scotland - 1972-1984)

53

Pierre Spies (South Africa - 2006-2013)

53

Frans Steyn (South Africa - 2006-2012)

52

Paul Burnell (Scotland - 1989-1999)

52

Colin Deans (Scotland - 1978-1987)

52

Amedee Domenech (France - 1954-1963)

52(1)

Moss Keane (Ireland/Lions - 1974-1984)

52

Donal Lenihan (Ireland - 1981-1992)

52

Gonzalo Longo Elia (Argentina - 1999-2007)

52

James Slipper (Australia - 2010-2014)

52

Tony Stanger (Scotland - 1989-1998)

52

Dimitri Szarzewski (France - 2004-2011)

52

Mark Taylor (Wales - 1994-2005)

52

Kevin Tkachuk (Canada - 2000-2009)

52

Joe van Niekerk (South Africa - 2001-2008; 2010)

51

Horacio Agulla (Argentina - 2006-2013)

51

Gary Armstrong (Scotland - 1998-1999)

51

Berrick Barnes (2007-2013)

51

Kyran Bracken (England - 1993-2003)

51

Sandy Carmichael (Scotland - 1967-1978)

51

Ian Constantin (Romania - 1971-1985)

51

Andrey Garbuzov (Russia - 2005-2013)

51

James Haskell (England - 2007-2014)

51

James Horwill (Australia - 2007-2014)

51

Jean-Luc Joinel (France - 1977-1987)

51

Jerome Kaino (New Zealand - 2006-2014)

51

Ewen McKenzie (Australia - 1990-1997)

51(8)

Ian McLauchlan (Scotland/Lions - 1969-1979)

51

Wycliff Palu (Australia - 2006-2014)

51(3)

Nick Popplewell (Ireland/Lions - 1989-1998)

51

Jean Prat (France - 1945-1955)

51

Taine Randell (New Zealand - 1997-2002)

51

Jacob Rauluni (Fiji - 1996-2009)

51

Mauricio Reggiardo (Argentina - 1996-2005)

51

Ryan Smith (Canada - 2003-2011)

51

G.L. Solomie (Romania - 1992-2001)

51

Walter Spanghero (France - 1964-1973)

51

Gurthrö Steenkamp (South Africa: 2004-'05; 2007-'14)

51

Albert van den Berg (South Africa - 1999-2007)

50

Ambrogio Bona (Italy - 1972-1981)

50

Gonzalo Canale (Italy - 2003-2009)

50

Michel Celaya (France - 1953-1961)

50

Dan Cole (England - 2007-2013)

50

Quade Cooper (Australia - 2008-2013)

50

Jimmy Cowan (New Zealand - 2004-2011)

50(4)

Gerald Davies (Wales/Lions - 1966-1978)

50

Philippe Dintrans (France - 1979-1990)

50

Michael Foley (Australia - 1995-2001)

50

David Giffin (Australia - 1996-2003)

50

Leonardo Ghiraldini (Italy - 2006-2013)

50

John Hutchinson (Canada -1993-2000)

50

Gavin Kerr (Scotland - 2003-2008)

50

Walter Little (New Zealand - 1990-1998)

50

Olivier Milloud (France - 2000-2007)

50

William Servat (France - 2007-2012)

50

Reuben Thorne (New Zealand - 1999-2007)

50

Marius Tincu (Romania - 2002-2011)

Brothers both played 50+ Tests for their country

100
89

Mauro
Mirco Bergamasco (Italy)

67
67

Scott
Gavin Hastings (Scotland & British & Irish Lions)

69
54

Massimo
Marcello Cuttitta (Italy)

62
58

Robin
Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand)

59
53

Bismarck
Jannie du Plessis (South Africa)

Fastest & Youngest to 100 Tests

8 years 256 days
29 years 14 days

George Smith (Australia: Born: 14/7/1980; Debut: 4/11/200 vs France, Paris, France:Australia won 18-13; 100th Test: 18/7/2009: vs New Zealand, Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand won 22-16)

9 years 52 days
33 years 102 days

Victor Matfield (South Africa: Born: 11/5/1977; Debut: 30/6/2001 vs Italy, Port Elizabeth: South Africa won 60-14; 100th Test: 28/8/2010: vs Australia, Pretoria:: South Africa won ??-??)

9 years 146 days
31 years 95 days

Fabien Pelous (France: Born: 7/12/1973; Debut: 17/10/1995 vs Romania, Tucuman, Argentina: France won 52-8; 100th Test: 12/3/2005: vs Ireland, Dublin: France won 24-22)

9 years 311 days
30 years 321 days

Richie McCaw (New Zealand: Born: 31/12/1980; Debut: 17/11/2001 vs Ireland, Dublin: New Zealand won 40-29; 100th Test: 24/9/2011: vs France, Auckland: New Zealand won 37-7)

10 years 41 days
32 years 140 days

John Smit (Soth Africa: Born: 3/4/1978; Debut: 10/6/2000 vs Canada, East London, SA: South Africa won 51-18; 100th Test: 21/8/2010: vs New Zealand, FNB (Soccer) Stadium, Johannesburg: New Zealand won 29-22)

10 years 44 days
31 years 103 days

George Gregan (Australia: Born: 19/4/1973; Debut: 18/6/1994 vs Italy, Brisbane: Australia won 23-20; 100th Test: 31/7/2004: vs South Africa, Perth: Australia won 30-26)

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Fastest to 50 Tests

4y 15days

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand: Born: 31/7/1980; Debut: 14/6/2003 vs England, Wellington, NZ: England won 15-13; 50th Test: 30/6/2007: vs Australia, Melbourne, Australia: Australia won 20-15)

4y 44 days

Al Baxter (Australia: Born: 21/1/1977; Debut: 16/8/2003 vs New Zealand, Auckland: New Zealand won 21-17; 50th Test: 29/9/2007: vs Canada, Bordeaux: Australia won 37-6)

4y152days

Joe Roff (Australia: Born: 20/9/1975; Debut: 31/5/1995 vs Canada, Port Elizabeth: Australia won 27-11; 50th Test: 30/10/1999: vs South Africa, London: Australia won 27-21)

4y156days

Mark Andrews (South Africa: Born: 21/2/1972; Debut: 11/6/1994, vs England, Cape Town: South Africa won 27-9; 50th Test: 14/11/1998: vs Wales, London: South Africa won 28-20)

4y164days

Christian Cullen (New Zealand: Born: 12/6/1976; Debut: 7/6/1996, vs Western Samoa, Napier: New Zealand won 51-10; 50th test: 18/11/2000: vs France, Marselles: France won 42-33)

4y214days

George Smith (Australia: Born: 14/7/1980; Debut: 4/11/2000, vs France, Paris: Australia won 18-13; 50th test: 2/7/2005: vs France, Brisbane: Australia won 37-31)

4y311days

Matt Giteau (Australia: Born: 29/9/1982; Debut: 16/11/2002, vs England, London: England won 32-31; 50th test: 23/9/2007: vs Fiji, Montpellier, France: Australia won 55-12)

4y359days

Rocky Elsom (Australia: Born: 14/2/1983; Debut: 11/6/2005, vs Samoa, Sydney, Australia; 50th test: 5/6/2010: vs Fiji, Canberra, France: Australia won 49-3)

5y 14days

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales/B&I Lions: Born: 22/12/1988; Debut: 8/11/2008, vs South Africa, Cardiff, Wales; 50th test: 22/11/2013: vs Tonga, Cardiff, Wales: Wales won 17-7)

5y 22days

Quade Cooper (Australia: Born: 5/4/1988; Debut: 8/11/2008, vs Italy, Padova, Italy; 50th test: 30/11/2013: vs Wales, Cardiff, Wales: Australia won 30-26)

Youngest to 50 Tests

24y40days

Joe Roff (Australia: Born: 20/9/1975; 50th Test: 30/10/1999: vs South Africa, London: Australia won 27-21)

24y140days

Jonny Wilkinson (England: Born: 25/5/1979; 50th Test (47 England/3 British Lions): 12/10/2003: vs Georgia, Perth: England won 84-6)

24y159days

Christian Cullen (New Zealand: Born: 12/6/1976; 50th test: 18/11/2000: vs France, Marseilles: France won 42-33)

24y335days

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales/B&I Lions: Born: 22/12/1988; Debut: 8/11/2008, vs South Africa, Cardiff, Wales; 50th test: 22/11/2013: vs Tonga, Cardiff, Wales: Wales won 17-7)

24y357days

Matt Giteau (Australia: Born: 29/9/1982; 50th test: 23/9/2007: vs Fiji, Montpellier, France: Australia won 55-12)

Most Tests as Captain

90

Richie McCaw (New Zealand, 2005-2014: 79 wins/87.78%)

84(1)

Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland/Lions: 2003-2012: 52 wins/61.90%)

83

John Smit (South Africa, 2003-2011: 54 wins/65.06%)

59

Will Carling (England, 1988-1996: 44 wins/74.58%)

59

George Gregan (Australia, 2001-2007: 34 wins/57.63%)

58

Sergio Parisse (Italy: 2008-2014: 9 wins/15.79%)

55

John Eales (Australia, 1996-2001: 41 wins/74.55%)

51

Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand, 1992-1997: 39 wins/76.47%)

51(6)

Martin Johnson (England/Lions: 45/6, 1997-2003: 37 wins/72.55%)

48

Lisandro Arbizu (Argentina, 1992-2003: 28 wins 58.33/%)

46(8)

Hugo Porta (Argentina/Jaguars, 1971-1990: 16 wins/34.78%)

43

Thierry Dusautoir (France, 2007-2014)

42

T Miuchi (Japan: 2002-2008: 16 wins/38.10%)

42

Fabien Pelous (France, 1997-2006: 27 wins/64.29%)

41

Raphaél Ibanez (France: 1998-2007: 26 wins/63.41%)

39

Simo Sititi (Samoa: 2000-2007: 19 wins/48.71%)

37

Marco Bollesan (Italy: 1968-1975: 15 wins/40.54%)

37

Marco Bortolami (Italy: 2002-2007: 14 wins/37.84%)

37

Massimo Giovanelli (Italy: 1992-1999: 14 wins/37.84%)

36

Nick Farr-Jones (Australia: 1988-1992: 23 wins/63.89%)

36

S Socol (Romania: 2004-2011: 22 wins/61.11%)

36

Gary Teichmann (South Africa: 1996-1999: 26 wins/72.22%)

36

Keith Wood (Ireland: 1996-2003: 15 wins/41.67%)

34

Jean-Pierre Rives (France: 1978-1984: 19 wins/55.89%)

34

Philip Saint-Andre (France: 1994-1997: 25 wins/73.53%)

33

Ryan Jones (Wales/Lions - 2004-2013: 17 wins/53.13%)

32

Ilia Zedginize (Georgia: 2002-2011: 18 wins/56.25%)

30

Augustin Pichot (Argentina: 2000-2007: 18 wins/60.00%)

30

Greg Smith (Fiji: 1996-2002: 17 wins/56.67%)

30

Wilson Whineray (New Zealand: 1958-1965: 22 wins/73.33%)

Most Capped Player in each Position

Fullback

87
-

Percy Montgomery
(South Africa 1997-2008)

Wing

96
-

Bryan Habana (South Africa-2004-2014)
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Centre

141(8)
-

Brian O'Driscoll
(Ireland-133/Lions-8/1999-2011; 2013-2014)

Flyhalf

97
-

Ronan O'Gara
(Ireland - 2000-2012)

Scrumhalf

139
-

George Gregan
(Australia - 1994-2007)

Eighthman

95
-

Sergio Parisse
(Italy - 2002-2014)

Flank

124
-

Richie McCaw
(New Zealand - 2001-2014)

Lock

116
-

Nathan Sharpe
(Australia - 2002-2012)

Prop

119(5)
-

Jason Leonard
(England-114/Lions-5/1990-2004)

Hooker

112
-

Keven Mealamu
(New Zealand - 2002-2014)

Serge Blanco (fullback: 93) France - also 12 caps on the wing.
Percy Montgomery (fullback: 102) South Africa - 9 caps centre; 5 caps flyhalf; 1 cap wing.
Mils Muliaina (fullback: 100) New Zealand - 5 caps wing; 9 caps centre.
David Campese (wing: 101) Australia - 16 caps fullback.
Shane Williams (wing: 91) Wales - 1 cap as replacement centre.
Philippe Sella (centre: 111) France - 6 caps wing, 1 caps fullback.
Mike Gibson (centre: 81) Ierland/Lions - 4 caps wing, 29 caps flyhalf.
Rob Andrew (flyhalf: 76) England/Lions - 1 cap fullback.
Michael Lynagh (flyhalf: 72) Australia - 7 caps centre, 1 caps replacement fullback.
Stephen Larkham (flyhalf: 102) Australia - 11 caps fullback, 1 caps replacement winger.
Nick Farr-Jones (scrumhalf: 63) Australia - 1 caps replacement wing.
Joost van der Westhuizen (scrumhalf: 89) South Africa - 2 caps replacement wing.
Sergio Parisse (eighthman: 89) Italy - 7 caps flanker.
George Smith (flank: 101) Australia - 10 caps eighthman.
John Smit (hooker: 96) South Africa - 15 caps prop.
Fabien Pelous (lock: 100) France - 15 caps flank; 3 caps eighthman.
Bryan Habana (wing: 96) South Africa - 1 as centre
Richie McCaw (flank: 124) New Zealand - 1 cap replacement lock; 2 caps eighthman
Keven Mealamu (hooker: 112) New Zealand - also 1 cap replacement flank.

Most Tests as a Replacement
(+25)

46

Piri Weepu (New Zealand - from 71 appearances)

43

Ollie le Roux (South Africa - from 54 appearances)
Ronan O'Gara (Ireland - from 130 appearances)

41

Ruan Pienaar (South Africa - from 76 appearances)

40

Keven Mealamu (New Zerland - from 113 appearances)

38

Jeremy Paul (Austrlia - from 72 appearances)

39

Dimitri Szarzewski (France - 79 appearances)

36

Mike Blair (Scotland - from 82 appearances)
Andrew Hore (New Zealand - from 80 appearances)
Bidzina Samkharadza (Georgia - from 59 appearances)
CJ van der Linde (South Africa - from 75 appearances)

35

Phil Waugh (Australia - from 79 appearances)

32

Fabio Ongaro (Italy - from 80 appearances)
Dwayne Peel (Wales/Lions - from 79 appearances)

31

Chris Cusiter (Scotland/Lions - from 68 appearances)

30

Gethin Jenkins (Wales/Lions - from 108 appearances)
Cezar Popescu (Romania - from 49 appearances)
Eoin Reddan (Ireland - from 51 appearances)

29

Huw Bennett (Wales - from 48 appearances)
Sébastien Chabal (France - from 62 appearances)
Matt Cockbain (Australia - from 63 appearances)
Carlo Festuccia (Italy - from 54 appearances)
Salvatore Perugini (Italy - from 83 appearances)

28

Dougie Hall (Scotland - from 41 appearances)
David Humphreys (Ireland - from 72 appearances)
Scott Lawson (Scotland - from 42 appearances)
Albert van den Berg (South Africa - from 51 appearances)

27

James Hook (Wales - from 76 appearances)
Joe Worsley (England/Lions - from 79 appearances)
Dimitri Yachvili (France - 60 appearances)

26

Lee Mears (England - from 41 appearances)
Donncha O'Callaghan (Ireland - from 92 appearances)
Martin Scelzo (Argentina - from 59 appearances)
Chris Whitaker (Australia - from 31 apperances)

25

Sean Cronin (Ireland - from 32 appearances)
Matt Dawson (England/Lions - from 84 appearances)
Matt Dunning (Australia - from 45 appearances)

Partnership Records

Centre threequarters

56

Brian O'Driscoll/Gordon D'Arcy (Ireland: 1999-2011; 2013-2014)

53

Ma'a Nonu/Conrad Smith (New Zealand - 2004-2014)

45(1)

Will Carling/Jeremy Guscott (England/Lions: 1989-1996)

Half-backs

78

Stephen Larkham/George Gregan (Australia: 1996-2007)

53

Diego Dominguez/Alessandro Troncon (Italy: 1994-2003)

52

Ronan O'Gara/Peter Stringer (Ireland: 2000-2007)

Props

38

Craig Dowd/Olo Brown (New Zealand)

Front row

37

Tony Daly/Phil Kearns/Ewan McKenzie (Australia: 1990-1995)

Locks

63

Victor Matfield/Bakkies Botha (South Africa: 2002-2011; 2014)

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Back row

47

Richard Hill/Lawrence Dallaglio/Neil Back (England: 1997-2003)

Most Appearances on Tour

32

George Nepia ew Zealand) played in all 32 matches on the All Black tour of 1924-1925 in Great Britain)

Most Consecutive Internationals for a Country

63

Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand, 1986-1995)

62

Joe Roff (Australia, 1995-2001)

53

Gareth Edwards (Wales, 1967-1978)

52

Willie-John McBride (Ireland, 1964-1978)

51

Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 1996-2000)

49

Sandy Carmichael (Scotland, 1967-1978)

49

Phil Orr (Ireland, 1976-1986)

49

Robin Brooke (New Zealand, 1995-1999)

46

Roland Bertranne (France, 1973-1979)

46

Phil Kearns (Australia, 1989-1995)

46

John Smit (South Africa, 2003-2007)

45

Philippe Sella (France, 1982-1987)

44

Michel Crauste (France, 1960-1966)

44

Will Carling (England, 1989-1995)

43

Kenny Jones (Wales, 1947-1956)

43

Donal Lenihan (Ireland, 1981-1989)

42

David Campese (Australia, 1990-1995)

41

Jeff Wilson (New Zealand, 1996-2001)

40

Hugh McLeod (Scotland, 1954-1962)

40

Gary Whetton (New Zealand, 1986-1991)

40

John Hutchinson (Canada, 1995-1999)

Youngest International Players

17:036

Ninian Finlay (Scotland - Born: 31/1/1858; Debut: 8/3/1875: vs England)

17:037

Charles Reid (Scotland - Born: 14/1/1864; Debut: 19/2/1881: vs Ireland: He was a day older than Finlay, having lived through an extra leap-year-day)

17:156

Frank Hewitt (Ireland - Born: 3/10/1906; Debut: 8/3/1924 vs Wales)

17:167

WG Neilson (Scotland - Born: ???; Debut: 17/3/1894: vs England)

17:173

W Neilson (Scotland - Born: ???; Debut: 7/2/1891: vs Wales)

17:292

'Elisi Vunipola (Tonga - Born: 5/6/1972; Debut: 24/3/1990 vs Fiji)

17:349

Gustavo Jorge (Argentina - Born: 24/10/1971; Debut: 8/10/1989 vs Brazil)

18:007

Claude Dourthe (France - Born: 20/11/1948; Debut: 27/11/1966 vs Romania)

18:018

Jack Hartley (South Africa - Born: 18/8/1873; Debut: 5/9/1891 vs British Isles)

18:025

Tom Prydie (Wales - Born: 23/2/1992; Debut: 20/3/2010 vs Ireland)

18:031

Taylor Paris (Canada - Born: 6/10/1992; Debut: 6/11/2010 vs Belgium)

18:078

Dafydd Howells (Wales - Born: 22/3/1995; Debut: 8/6/2013 vs Japan)

18:126

James O'Connor (Australia - Born: 5/7/1990; Debut: 8/11/2008 vs Italy)

18:149

Andrea Masi (Italy - Born: 30/3/1981; Debut: 26/8/1999 vs Spain)

18:168

Christopher Tolofua (France - Born: 31/12/1993; Debut: 16/6/2012 vs Argentina)

18:214

George North (Wales - Born: 13/4/1992; Debut: 13/11/2010 vs South Africa)

Youngest Under 20
International 17:174days

Jack Dixon (Wales vs Fiji): 13/12/1994-4/6/2012 - Stellenbosch, SA)

Oldest International Players

57:340

Mark Spencer (born: 21/5/1954)
(25/4/2012: Qatar, when capped as an lock on debut against Uzbekistan, HSBC Asian 5 Nations Competition in Dubai)

47:218

Hugo Porta (born: 11/9/1951)
(17/4/1999: Argentina, when he came on as a replacement against a World XV, Centenary Match, Buenos Aires, and converted a Argentinian try for 2 points)

40:123

E.E. (Ned) Hughes (born: 26/4/1881)
(27/8/1921: New Zealand, when capped as a forward against South Africa)

40:026

Diego Ormachea (born: 19/9/1959)
(15/10/1999: Uruguay, when capped as an eighthman against South Africa, RWC)

Longest International Career

27:189days

Hugo Porta (10/10/1971 to 17/4/1999: Argentina - when he came on as a replacement against a World XV, Centenary Match, Buenos Aires)

21 years

Diego Ormachea (1979-1999: Uruguay)

20 years

Fairy Heatlie (1891-1910: 7 tests)
* For South Africa 1891-1903 vs English Touring Teams - 1891: Anglo-Scottish combination; 1896 Anglo-Irish Team; 1903 - British Isles Rugby Touring Team.
* For Argentina on 12 June 1910 against the British Isles Rugby Touring Team, the first Test in Argentina's history.

19 years

Constantin Dinu (Romania - 1965-1983)
Vyacheslav Grachev (Russia - 1993-2011)

17 years

GM Cooke (13 internationals between 1932 and 1948: Australia)
Tony O'Reilly (1955-1971: Ireland/Lions)
Brian Lima (1991-2007: Samoa/Pacific Islanders)

16 years

Sergio Lanfranchi (1949-1964: Italy)
AR Miller (1952-1967: Australia)
M.K. Flynn (1958-1973: Ireland)
Mike Gibson (1964-1979: Ireland/Lions)
J.F. Slattery (1969-1984: Ireland)
M. Munteanu (1973-1988: Romania)
Adrian Lungu (1980-1995: Romania)
To'o Vaega (1986-2001: Samoa)
Gareth Llewellyn (1989-2004: Wales)
Lisandro Arbizu (1990-2005: Argentina)
Federico Mendez (1990-2005: Argentina)
Simon Saw (1996-2011: England/Lions)
'Elisi Vunipola (1990-2005: Tonga)
Nicky Little (Fiji: 1996-2009; 2011)
Mario Ledesma Arocena (Argentina: 1996-2011)
Felipé Contepomi (Argentina: 1998-2013)
Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland: 1999-2014)

15 years

Hayden Tanner (1935-1949: Wales/Lions)
EE Hughes (1907-1921: New Zealand)
Colin Meads (1957-1971: New Zealand)
G. Nica (1964-1978: Romania)
Fergus Slattery (1970-1984: Ireland/Lions)
Ian Constantin (1971-1985: Romania)
Gheorghe Dumitru (1973-1987: Romania)
G. Pivetta (1979-1993: Italy)
David Campese (1982-1996: Australia)
David Young (1987-2001: Wales/Lions)
Diego Dominguez (1989/Argentina; 1991-2003/Italy)
Carlo Checchinato (1990-2004: Italy)
Jason Leonard (1990-2004: England/Lions)
Yukio Motoki (1991-2005: Japan)
Joaquim Ferreira (1993-2007: Portugal)
Martyn Williams (1996-2010: Wales/Lions)
Andrey Kuzin (Russia - 1997-2011)

Heaviest Test Player

168kg

Joeli Veitayaki (Fiji - 26st 6lbs/370lbs: at World Cup 2003 he weighed 136kg/21st 6lbs/300lbs)

150.6kg

Scott Murray (Scotland: 23st 10lbs/332lbs)

150kg

Craig Quinnell (Wales: 23st 9lbs/331lbs)

140kg

Billy Cavubati (Fiji: 22st 1 lbs/309lbs)

140kg

Will Skelton (Australia: 22st 1 lbs/309lbs)

138kg

Rudie Visagie (South Africa: 21st 10lbs/304lbs)

138kg

Rui Cordeiro (Portugal: 21st 10-lbs/304lbs)

138kg

Olly Kohn (Wales: 21st 10-lbs/304 lbs)

137kg

Tony Buckley (Ireland: 21st 8-lbs/302lbs)

135kg

Census Johnston (Samoa: 21st 4-lbs/298lbs)

Lightest Test Player

58kg

G. McGhie (Australia: 9st 0lbs/128lbs)

60kg

Billy Sendin (South Africa: 9st 6lbs/132lbs)

Tallest Test Player

2.13m

Richard Metcalfe (Scotland: 7'0'')

2.08m

Martin Bayfield (England: 6' 10")

2.08m

Andries Bekker (South Africa: 6'10'')

2.08m

Richie Gray (Scotland: 6'10'')

2.08m

Derwyn Jones (Wales: 6'10")

2.08m

Peter Stagg (Scotland: 6'10'')

2.08m

Devin Toner (Ireland: 6'10'')

2.06m

Alain Esteve (France: 6'9")

2.06m

Luke Gross (USA: 6'9'')

2.06m

Luke Charteris (Wales: 6'9'')

2.06m

Schalk Ferreira (Zimbabwe: 6'9")

2.06m

Dominic Bird (New Zealand: 6'9")

Shortest Test Player

1.52m

Riaan Jantjes (Namibia: 5'0'')

1.57m

G.McGhie (Australia: 5'2'')

1.60m

H.Gachassin (France: 5'3'')

1.60m

Tommy Gentles (South Africa: 5'3'')

1.60m

P. Reid (New Zealand: 5'3'')

1.60m

P. Tetzlaff (New Zealand: 5'3'')

Capped for More than One Country in a World Cup Tournament

Graeme Bachop

New Zealand (1991; 1995); Japan (1999)

Frank Bunce

Samoa (1991); New Zealand (1995)

Adrian Garvey

Zimbabwe (1991); South Africa (1999)

Jamie Joseph

New Zealand (1995); Japan (1999)

Dylan Mika

Samoa (1995); New Zealand (1999)

Matt Pini

Australia (1995); Italy (1999)

Ilie Tabua

Australia (1995); Fiji (1999)

Va'aiga Tuigemala

New Zealand (1991); Samoa (1999)

Capped for More Than One Country in a Olympic Games

Daniel Carroll

Australia (1908); USA (1920)

Played for More than One Country

ABBREVIATIONS: Arg/Argentina; Aus/Australia; Can/Canada; Ire/Ireland; NZ/New Zealand; Scot/Scotland; SA/South Africa; Wal/Wales; WS/Western Samoa.

Pita Alatini (NZ/Tonga: 1995-2001)
John Allan (Scot/SA: 1990-1996)
GM Aitken (NZ/Scot: 1921-1929)
VN Anitoni (Tonga/USA: 1990-2000)
Graeme Bachop (Japan/NZ: 1989-1999)
Stephen Bachop (NZ/Samoa: 1991-1999)
I Basiyalo (Fiji/Japan: 1994-1997)
Frano Botica (NZ/Croatia)
Frank Bunce (NZ/Samoa: 1991-1997)
Des Conner (Aus/NZ: 1958/1964)
Daniel Carroll (Aus/USA: 1908-1920)
Diego Dominquez (Arg/Italy: 1989-2003)
Bruce Ferguson (Fiji/Japan)
Hugh Ferris (Ire/SA: 1901-1903)
Alex Frew (Scot/SA: 1901-1903)
Jack Gage (Ire/SA: 1926-1933)
Julian Gardner (Aus/Italy: 1987-1998)
Andrian Garvey (Zim/SA: 1990-1999)
MO Gerosa (Arg/Italy: 1987-1995)
GM Gilray (NZ/Scot: 1905-1912)
Barry Heatlie (Arg/SA: 1891-1910)
WB Holmes (Arg/Eng: 1949-1949)
Shane Howarth (NZ/Wal: 1994-2000)
Alama Ieremia (NZ/Samoa: 1992-2000)
EM Jessep (Aus/NZ: 1931-1934)
Michael Jones (NZ/Samoa: 1986-1998)
(*)HM Jordan (Wal/Ire)
Jamie Joseph (NZ/Japan: 1992-1999)
SP Kaleta (Japan/Samoa: 1992-1997)
DH Keller (Aus/Scot: 1947-1950)
(+)Pat Lam (Samoa/NZ: 1991-1999)
ST Latu (Japan/Tonga: 1984-1995)
Sione Lauaki (Pacific Islanders/NZ)
E Luaiufi (Japan/Samoa: 1987-1991)
J Marsh (Scot/Eng: 1889-1892)

Andrew McCormick (NZ/Japan)
MC McEwan (Scot/SA: 1894-1903)
DG McPherson (NZ/Scot: 1905-1910)
Frank Mellish (Eng/SA: 1920-1924)
Dylan Mika (WS/NZ: 1994-1999)
G Milano (Arg/Italy: 1982-1990)
AC Moreno (Argentina/Italy: 1998-2008)
A Niuqila (Aus/Fiji: 1983-1989)
Patricio Noriega (Arg/Australia: 1991-2003)
Theo Oosthuizen (Namibia/S.Africa: 1990-1996)
O Pifeleti (Samoa/Tonga: 1983-1991)
Matt Pini (Aus/Italy: 1994-2000)
F Purdon (*:Wal/Ire)
Enrique Rodriguez (Arg/Aus: 1979-1987)
Jamie Salmon (Eng/NZ: 1981-1987)
John Schuster (NZ/Samoa: 1988-1999)
Siviveni Sivivatu (Pacific Islanders/NZ)
BA Smith (Aus/Ire: 1987-1991)
OG Stephens(Aus/NZ: 1968-1974)
Christian Stewart (Can/SA: 1991-1998)
Tiaan Strauss (SA/Aus: 1992-1999)
Ilie Tabua Tamanivalu (Aus/Fiji: 1990-1999)
N Taumoefolau (Japan/Tonga: 1979-1990)
PT Tuidraki (Fiji/Japan: 1994-2001)
Va'aiga Tuigemala (NZ/Samoa: 1991-2001)
Ofisa Tonu'u (NZ/Samoa: 1992-1998)
I Tu'ivai (Hong Kong/Tonga: 1992-1998)
Joeli Vidiri (Fiji/NZ: 1994-1998)
AC Wallace (Aus/Scot: 1921-1928)
Ian Williams (Aus/Japan: 1987-1993)
R Williams (NZ/Fiji)
Mark Wyatt (Wal/Can)
J Wylie (NZ/Aus)

(*): Purdon and Jordan turned out for Ireland in 1884 when Ireland arrived short two players in Cardiff.

(+): Pat Lam played one non-test for New Zealand in Australia (1992) and in 34 tests between 1991-1999 for Samoa.

NB: Two All Blacks of 1949, Ian Botting and Keith Gudsell, played for England and Australia but were never capped by New Zealand. Rod McKenzie, capped for New Zealand, also played for Scotland during World War II, but were never officially capped by Scotland. John Robbie (Ireland/British Lions) played for unofficial Springbok team on 1985 internal South African tour. Pat Lam represented Western Samoa in tests and the All Blacks in a tour match. Dion O'Cuinneagain (Ireland) played sevens rugby for South Africa. Jason Jones-Hughes (Wales) also played for the Australian Barbarians. Clyde Rathbone (Australia - debut in 2004) captained SA Under-21 to victory over Australia in the IRB U21s Rugby World Cup final (24-21) in Johannesburg in 2002 and then moved to Canberra to further his career.

Captain in a Winning Team
World Cup Final and in a Super 14 Final

Richie McCaw

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)
Crusaders (2006 - Christchurch: vs Hurricanes - Crusaders won 19-12)
Crusaders (2005 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 35-25)

Players in a Winning Team
World Cup Final and in a Super 14 Final

Bakkies Botha

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)

Aaron Cruden

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Chiefs (2012 - Hamilton: vs Sharks - Chiefs won 37-6)
Chiefs (2013 - Hamilton: vs Brumbies - Chiefs won 27-22)

Fourie du Preez

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)
Bulls (2010 - Soweto: vs Stormers - Bulls won 25-17)

Andy Ellis

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)

Owen Franks

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)

Bryan Habana

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)

Richard Kanhui

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Chiefs (2012 - Hamilton: vs Sharks - Chiefs won 37-6)

Victor Matfield

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)
Bulls (2010 - Soweto: vs Stormers - Bulls won 25-17)

Richie McCaw

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2002 - Christchurch: vs Brumbies - Crusaders won 31-13)
Crusaders (2005 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 35-25)
Crusaders (2006 - Christchurch: vs Hurricanes - Crusaders won 19-12)
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)

Wynand Olivier

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)
Bulls (2010 - Soweto: vs Stormers - Bulls won 25-17)

Kieran Read

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)

Danie Rossouw

South Africa (2007 - St. Denis, France: vs England - South Africa won 15-6)
Bulls (2007 - Durban: vs Sharks - Bulls won 20-19)
Bulls (2009 - Pretoria: vs Chiefs - Bulls won 61-17)
Bulls (2010 - Soweto: vs Stormers - Bulls won 25-17)

Brad Thorn

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)

Ali Williams

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Crusaders (2008 - Christchurch: vs Waratahs - Crusaders won 20-12)
Blues (2003 - Auckland: vs Crusaders - Blues won 21-17)

Sonny Bill Williams

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Chiefs (2012 - Hamilton: vs Sharks - Chiefs won 37-6)

Tony Woodcock

New Zealand (2011 - Auckland, NZ: vs France - NZ won 8-7
Blues (2003 - Auckland: vs Crusaders - Blues won 21-17)

Players in a Winning Team
Super 12/14/15 (Southern Hemisphere)
and in a
Heineken Cup (European Competition)

Bakkies Botha
(South Africa)

Super15 - 2007, 2009: Bulls
Heineken Cup - 2013, 2014: Toulon

Matt Giteau
(Australia)

Super15 - 2004: Brumbies
Heineken Cup - 2013, 2014: Toulon

Rod Kafer
(Australia)

Super12 - 2001: Brumbies
Heineken Cup - 2002: Leicester Tigers

Doug Howlett
(New Zealand)

Super12 - 2003: Blues
Heineken Cup - 2008: Munster

Danie Rossouw
(South Africa)

Super15 - 2007, 2009, 2010: Bulls
Heineken Cup - 2013, 2014: Toulon

Brad Thorn
(New Zealand)

Super15 - 2002, 2008: Crusaders
Heineken Cup - 2012: Leinster

Most Tries in International Rugby

69

Daisuke Ohata (1996-2006: Japan 58 tests)

64

David Campese (1982-1996: Australia 101 tests)

60(2)

Shane Williams (2000-2011: Wales 87/58, Lions 4/2)

55

Bryan Habana (2004-2014: South Africa 97 tests)

55

Hirotoki Onozawa (2001-2012: Japan 81 tests)

50(1)

Rory Underwood (1984-1996: England 85/49, Lions 6/1)

49

Doug Howlett (2000-2007: New Zealand 62 tests)

47(1)

Brian O'Driscoll (1999-2011; 2013-2014: Ireland 133/46-Lions 8/1)

46

Christian Cullen (1996-2002: New Zealand 58 tests)

46

Joe Rokocoko (2003-2010: New Zealand 68 tests)

44

Jeff Wilson (1993-2001: New Zealand 60 tests)

41(1)

Gareth Thomas (1995-2007: Wales 100/40, Lions 3/1)

40

Chris Latham (1998-2007: Australia 78 tests)

38

Serge Blanco (1980-1991: France 93 tests)

38

Joost van der Westhuizen (1993-2003: South Africa 89 tests)

37

Jonah Lomu (1994-2002: New Zealand 63 tests)

36

Tana Umaga (1997-2005: New Zealand 74 tests)

35

John Kirwan (1984-1994: New Zealand 63 tests)

34

Vincent Clerc (2002-2012: France 66 tests)

34(1)

Ieuan Evans (1987-1998: Wales 72/33, Lions 7/1)

34

Mils Muliaina (2003-2011: New Zealand 100 tests)

33

Petre Motrescu (1973-1980: Romania 34 tests)

33(4)

Sitiveni Sivivatu (2004-2011: Pacific Islanders 4t/3, New Zealand 29t/45)

32

Jaque Fourie (2003-2010: South Africa 72 tests)

32

Philippe Saint-Andre (1990-1997: France 69 tests)

32

Takashi Kikutani (2005-2013 - Japan 65 tests)

31(1)

Jeremy Guscott (1989-1999: England 65/30, Lions 8/1)

31

Ben Cohen (2000-2006: England 57 tests)

31

Vyacheslav Grachev (Russia: 73 tests)

31

Will Greenwood (1997-2005: England 55/31, Lions 2/0)

31

Takashi Kikutani (Japan: 64 tests)

31

Brian Lima (Samoa 65-31/Pacific Islands 2-0)

30

Tim Horan (1989-2000: Australia 80 tests)

30(2)

Jason Robinson (2001-2007: England 51/28, Lions 5/2)

30

Joe Roff (1995:2004: Australia 86 tests)

30

Philippe Sella (1982-1995: France 111 tests)

30

Lote Tuqiri (2003-2008: Australia 67 tests)

Most Overall Tries in World Cup Finals

15

Jonah Lomu (New Zealand: 1995, 1999)

13

Doug Howlett (New Zealand: 2003, 2007)

11

Rory Underwood (England: 1987, 1991, 1995)
Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand: 2003, 2007)
Vincent Clerc (France: 2007, 2011)

10

David Campese (Australia: 1987, 1991, 1995)
Brian Lima (Samoa: 1991, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007)
Chris Latham (Australia: 1999, 2003, 2007)
Bryan Habana (South Africa: 2007, 2011)
Drew Mitchell (Australia: 2007, 2011)

Most Tries by Fullbacks in Internationals

40

Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 45 tests)

34

Chris Latham (Australia, 70)

32

Serge Blanco (France, 81)

27

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand, 86 - also 5 tries/5 tests as a wing; and, 2 tries/9 tests as a centre)

22

Matthew Burke (Australia, 56)

20

Ashley Billington (Hong Kong)

19

Gavin Hastings (Scotland, 61)

18

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 83 - also 7 tries/19 tests - as a wing/centre/flyhalf)

13

John Gallagher (New Zealand, 18)

11

Jeff Wilson (New Zealand, 14 - also 33 tries/46 tests - as a wing)

10

Andy Irvine (Scotland/Lions, 60)
David Campese (Australia, 16)
André Joubert (South Africa, 34)

Most Tries by Forwards in Internationals

32

Takashi Kikutani (Japan: loose forward 62 tests)

22

Colin Charvis (Wales/94; Lions/2: flank)

21

Carlo Checcinato (Italy: flank - 83 tests)

21

Mamuka Gorgodze (Georgia: flank - 53 tests)

21

Richie McCaw (New Zealand: flank/eighthman - 127 tests)

18

Rolando Martin (Argentina: flank - 86 tests)

17

Neil Back (England/66-16; Lions/5-1: flank)

17

Zinzan Brooke (New Zealand: eighthman - 58 tests)

17

Lawrence Dallaglio (England/85-17/Lions-3/0: flank-no8 - 88 tests)

16

Ian Kirkpatrick (New Zealand: flank)

16

Diego Ormachea (Uruguay: loose forward - 73 tests)

15

Mauro Bergamasco (Italy: flank - 100 tests)

15

Kieran Read (New Zealand: flank/no 8 - 62 tests)

15

Keith Wood (Ireland/Lions: hooker - 63 tests)

14

Rocky Elsom (Australia: flank - 75 tests)

14

Vyacheslav Grachev (Russia - 71 tests: flank)

14

Josh Kronfeld (New Zealand: flank)

14

Olivier Magne (France: flanker - 88 tests)

14

Federico Mendez (Argentina: prop/hooker - 75 tests)

14

Jeremy Paul (Australia: hooker - 72 tests)

14

Martyn Williams (Wales-100/Lions-4: flank)

13

Schalk Burger (South Africa: flank - 70 tests)

13

Imanol Harinordoquy (France: eighthman - 78 tests)

13

Michael Jones (New Zealand: flank)

13

David Wilson (Australia: flank - 79 tests)

12

Mark Andrews (South Africa: lock - 77 tests)

12

Martin Castrogiovanni (Italy: prop - 103 tests)

12

Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand: hooker - 92 tests)

12

Akvsenti Giorgadze (Georgia: hooker - 51 tests)

12

Richard Hill (England/Lions: flank - 76 tests)

12

Koliniashi Holani (Japan: eighthman - 26 tests)

12

Keven Mealamu (New Zealand: hooker - 113 tests)

12

Hitoshi Ono (Japan: lock - 76 tests)

12

Taine Randell (New Zealand: flank/no 8)

12

Juan Smith (South Africa: flank - 69 tests)

12

Semo Sititi (Samoa: prop - 58 tests)

12

David Wallace (Ireland/Lions: flank - 74/3 tests)

12

Ilia Zedginidze (Georgia: lock - 47 tests)

Most Tries in Internationals in a Year

17

Daisuke Ohata (Japan, 2002)
Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand, 2003)

16

José Maria Nunez-Piossek (Argentina, 2003)

15

Senivalati Laulau (Fiji, 1983)

14

Uriel O'Farrell (Argentina, 1951: scored in 3 matches within 7 days!!)
Doug Howlett (New Zealand, 2003)
Daisuke Ohata (Japan, 2005)

13

Ashley Billington (Hong Kong, 1994)
Gustavo Jorge (Argentina, 1993)
Toru Kurihara (Japan, 2002)
Bryan Habana (South Africa, 2007)

12

Philippe Saint-André France, 1995)
Jonah Lomu (New Zealand, 1995)
Philippe Sella (France, 1995)
Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 1997)
Bryan Habana (South Africa, 2005)
Chris Ashton (England, 2011)
Julian Savea (New Zealand, 2012)

11

Pieter Rossouw (South Africa, 1997)
Jeff Wilson (New Zealand, 1999)
Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 2000)
Tom Shanklin (Wales, 2004)
Ben R Smith (New Zealand, 2013)

10

John Kirwan (New Zealand, 1988)
Vaea Antoni (USA, 1996)
Jeff Wilson (New Zealand, 1997)
Terunori Masuho (Japan, 1998)
Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand, 2004)
Lote Tuqiri (Australia, 2004)
Israel Folau (Australia, 2013)

Most Tries in Amateur Rugby in a Year

142

Richard Lopag (centre - 1998-1999): Scored 142 tries for Deighton Juniors Under-9 side, West Yorkshire, England.

Most Tries on Tour

42

Jimmy Hunter (New Zealand: 1906-'07 in Great Britain, 23 matches)

Most Caps for a Country

Argentina

86

Lisandro Arbizu (1990-2005)
Rolando Martin (1994-2003)

Australia

139

George Gregan (1994-2007)

British & Irish Lions

17

Willie-John McBride (Ireland - 1962-1974)

Canada

76

Al Charron (1990-2003)

England

114

Jason Leonard (1990-2004)

Fiji

71

Nicky Little (1996-2009; 2011)

France

118

Fabian Pelous (1995-2007)

Georgia

85

Irakli Abuseridze (2000-2013)

Ireland

133

Brian O'Driscoll (1999-2014)

Italy

107

Marco Bortolami (2001-2014)

Japan

80

Hirotoki Onozawa (2001-2013)

Namibia

35

Hugo Horn (1997-2011)

New Zealand

127

Richie McCaw (2001-2014)

Romania

91

Cristian Petre (2001-2012)

Russia

78

Andrey Kuzin (1997-2011)

Samoa

65

Brian Lima (1991-2007)

Scotland

109

Chris Paterson (1999-2011)

South Africa

112

Victor Matfield (2001-2011; 2014)

Tonga

41

'Elsi Vunipola (1990-2005)

Uruguay

74

Diego Aguirre (1995-2007)

USA

67

Mike MacDonald (2000-2012)

Wales

104

Stephen Jones (1998-2011)

Most Points for a Country

Argentina

651

Felipe Contepomi (85 tests)

Australia

911

Michael Lynagh (72 tests)

British & Irish Lions

67

Jonny Wilkinson (England: 6 tests)

Canada

574

James Pritchard (56 tests)

England

1179

Jonny Wilkinson (91 tests)

Fiji

670

Nicky Little (71 tests)

Georgia

554

Merab Kvirikashvili (77 tests)

France

380

Christophe Lamaison (37 tests)

Ireland

1083

Ronan O'Gara (128 tests)

Italy

983

Diego Dominguez (74 tests)

Japan

505

Ayumu Goromaru (41 tests)

Namibia

344

Jaco Coetzee (28 tests)

New Zealand

1442

Daniel Carter (100 tests)

Portugal

231

Gonzalo Malheiro (37 tests)

Romania

393

Florin Vlaicu (62 tests)

Russia

348

Yury Kushnarev

Samoa

184

Earl Va'a (29 tests)

Scotland

809

Chris Paterson (109 tests)

South Africa

893

Percy Montgomery (102 tests)

Tonga

289

Pierre Hola (39 tests)

USA

465

Mike Hercus (48 tests)

Uruguay

259

Juan Menchaca (38 tests)

Wales

1049

Neil Jenkins (87 tests)

Most Tries for a Country

Argentina

29

José-Maria Nunez-Piossek (wing)

Australia

64

David Campese (wing/fullback)

British & Irish Lions

6

Tony O'Reilly (Ireland - 1955-1959: wing)

Canada

24

Winston Stanley (wing)

England

49

Rory Underwood (wing)

Fiji

20

Senivalati Laulau (wing)

France

38

Serge Blanco (fullback)

Georgia

22

Irakli Machkhaneli (wing)

Ireland

46

Brian O'Driscoll (centre)

Italy

25

Marcello Cuttitta (wing)

Japan

69

Daisuke Ohata (wing/centre)

Namibia

27

Gerhard Mans (wing)

New Zealand

49

Doug Howlett (wing)

Romania

33

Petre Motrescu (wing)

Russia

31

Vyacheslav Grachev

Samoa

31

Brian Lima (wing/centre)

Scotland

24

Ian Smith (wing)
Tony Stanger (wing)

South Africa

55

Bryan Habana (wing)

Tonga

12

Sau Taumalolo (wing)

Uruguay

16

Diego Ormachea (eighthman)

USA

26

Vaea Anitoni (wing)

Wales

58

Shane Williams (wing)

Most Tries in an International
(The points-value of the try since 1891:
1891 - 1; 1892 - 2; 1894 - 3; 1972 - 4; since May 1992 - 5)

10

Ashley Billington (1994: Hong Kong vs Singapore)

9

José-Maria Nunez-Piossek (2003: Argentina vs Paraguay)

8

Gustavo Jorge (1993: Argentina vs Brazil)
Lance Fitzpatrick (2001: Cook Islands vs Tahiti)
Daisuke Ohata (6/7/2002: Japan vs Chinese Taipei)

7

Uriel O'Farrell (on debut 9/9/1951 - Argentina vs Uruguay)

6

Uriel O'Farrell (13/9/1951 - Argentina vs Brazil)
Eduardo Morgan (1973: Argentina vs Paraguay)
Tevita Makutu (30/8/1979: Fiji vs Papua New Guinea)
Gustavo Jorge (1989: Argentina vs Brazil)
Gerhard Mans (21/4/1990: Namibia vs Portugal)
Marc Ellis (1995: New Zealand vs Japan)
Pierpaolo Rotilo (1997: Italy vs Denmark)
Toru Kurihara (21/7/2002: Japan vs Taiwan)
Daisuke Ohata (8/5/2005: Japan vs Hong Kong)
Tonderai Chavhanga (2005: South Africa vs Uruguay)
Yoshikazu Fujita (5/5/2012: Japan vs United Arab Emirates)
Facunda Barrea (23/5/2012: Argentina vs Brazil)

5

George Lindsay (1887: Scotland vs Wales)
Daniel Lambert (on debut - 5/1/1907: England vs France)
Hector Goti (12/10/1961: Argentina vs Brazil)
George Sailosi (18/8/1969: Fiji vs Papua New Guinea)
M.R. Jurado (1971: Argentina vs Brazil)
Gheorghe Rascanu (30/4/1972: Romania vs Morocco)
Cornel Popescu (18/10/1986: Romania vs Portugal)
Rory Underwood (1989: England vs Fiji)
Eden Meyer (16/5/1992: Namibia vs Zimbabwe)
Ionel Rotaru (13/4/1996: Romania vs Portugal)
Jeff Wilson (1997: New Zealand vs Fiji)
Terunori Masuho (27/10/1998: Japan vs Taiwan)
P. Grande (1998: Argentina vs Paragauy)
Lee Jin Woah (1998: Korea vs Taiwan)
Kenny Logan (1998: Scotland vs Spain)
Stefan Terblanché (1999: South Africa vs Italy)
Riaan van Wyk (15/6/2002: Namibia vs Madagaskar)
Facundo Soler (2002: Argentina vs Paragauy)
Benhur Kivalu (21/3/2003: vs Korea)
Chris Latham (2003: Australia vs Namibia)
Josh Lewsey (2003: England vs Uruguay)
Fernando Higgs (2004: Argentina vs Venezuela)
Kosuke Endo (1/5/2010: Japan vs Korea)

Most Tries in a Tour Match

8

Rod Heeps (1962: New Zealand vs Northern New South Wales)

7

Pierre Lagisquet (1988: France vs Paraguay)

6

Roy Dryburgh (1956: South Africa vs Queensland)
Jim Boyce (1962: Australia vs Wairapa, NZ)
David Duckham (1971: British Lions vs West Coast Buller, NZ)
JJ Williams (1974: British Lions vs South Western Districts)

Most Tries on Debut

7

Uriel O'Farrell (debut: 9/9/1951 - Argentina vs Uruguay: Buenos Aires)

6

Tevita Makutu (debut: 30/8/1979 - Fiji vs Papua New Guinea: Suva)
Gustavo Jorge (born: 24/10/1971; debut: 8/10/1989; age: 17:349 - Argentina vs Brazil: Montevideo)
Tonderai Chavhanga (born: 24/12/1983: debut 11/6/2005; age - 21:169 - South Africa vs Uruguay: East London)

5

Daniel Lambert (born: 4/10/1883; debut: 5/1/1907; age: 23:093 - England vs France: Richmond)

4

Willie Llewellyn (born: 1/1/1878; debut: 7/1/1899; age: 21:006 - Wales vs England: Swansea)

3

Gareth Thomas (born: 25/7/1974; debut: 26/5/1995; age: 20:336 - Wales vs Japan - RWC: Bloemfontein)
Jeff Wilson (born: 24/10/1973; debut: 20/11/1993; age: 20:027 - New Zealand vs Scotland: Edinburgh)
Christian Cullen (born: 12/2/1976; debut: 7/6/1996; 20:116 - New Zealand vs Samoa: Napier, New Zealand)
Daisuke Ohata (born: 11/11/1975; debut: 9/11/1996; age: 20:363 - Japan vs Korea: Taipei)
James O'Connor (born: 5/7/1990; debut: 13/6/2009; age: 18:343 - Australia vs Italy: Canberra)

Youngest Player to score a try

17:157

(*)Frank Hewitt (born: 3/10/1906; on debut: 8/3/1924 - Ireland vs Wales)

17:349

Gustavo Jorge (born: 24/10/1971; on debut: 8/10/1989 - Argentina vs Brazil, Montevideo: 6 tries)

17:353

Gustavo Jorge (born: 24/10/1971; Argentina vs Paraguay, Montevideo: 12/10/1989)

17:355

Gustavo Jorge (born: 24/10/1971; Argentina vs Uruguay, Montevideo: 14/10/1989)

18:038

Taylor Paris (born: 6/10/1990; Canada vs Spain, Madrid: 13/11/2010)

18:097

Claude Dourthe (born: 20/11/1948; France vs England, London: 25/2/1967)

18:102

Tom Prydie (born: 23/2/1992; Wales vs South Africa, Cardiff: 5/6/2010)

18:132

Claude Dourthe (born: 20/11/1948; France vs Wales, Colombes: 1/4/1967)

18:214

George North (born: 13/4/1992; on debut: 13/11/2010 - Wales vs South Africa, Cardiff)

18:237

Claude Dourthe (born: 20/11/1948; France vs South Africa, Durban: 15/7/1967)

18:238

Tom Pearson (born: 1873; on debut: 1891 - Wales vs England, Newport)

18:269

Charles Clark (born: 19/3/1857; on debut: 13/12/1875 - England vs Ireland, Dublin)

18:326

Victor Olongo (born: 30/6/1974; on debut: 22/5/1993 - Zimbabwe vs Wales, Bulawayo)

18:331

Jake Gage (born: 2/4/1907; on debut: 27/2/1926 - Ireland vs Scotland, Edinburgh)

18:332

Keith Jarrett (born: 18/5/1948; on debut: 15/4/1967 - Wales vs England, Cardiff)

18:343

James O'Connor (born: 5/7/1990; Australia vs Italy: Canberra: 13/6/2009)

18:361

(*)Tom Hewitt (born: 12/3/1905; on debut: 8/3/1924 - Ireland vs Wales, Cardiff)

(*) - Frank and Tom Hewitt were brothers

Fastest Try after kick-off

10 sec

John Leslie (1999: Scotland vs Wales: Murrayfield, Edinburgh)

15 sec

Fourie du Preez (22/7/2006: South Africa vs New Zealand: WestPac Stadium, Wellington)

18 sec

Elton Flatley (18/10/2003: Australia vs Romania: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane)

18 sec

Mauro Bergamasco (24/2/2007: Italy vs Scotland: Murrayfield, Edinburgh)

23 sec

Jean de Villiers (24/7/2004: South Africa vs New Zealand: Jade Stadium, Christchurch)

31 sec

Breyton Paulse (16/9/2001: South Africa vs France: Ellis Park, Johannesburg)

31 sec

Yoann Huget (2/2/2014: France vs England: Stade de France, Paris)

33 sec

Joe Rokocoko (10/7/2004: New Zealand vs South Sea Islands: North Harbour Stadium, Albany)

37 sec

Sitivini Sivivatu (29/9/2007: New Zealand vs Romania: Stade Municipal, Toulouse)

45 sec

Rory Best (14/2/2007: Ireland vs Wales: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff)

49 sec

Kahn Fotuali'i (14/9/2011: Samoa vs Namibia: Rotorua International Stadium, Rotorua, NZ)

56 sec

Shane Byrne (22/2/2004: Ireland vs Wales: Lansdowne Road, Dublin)

59 sec

JP Pietersen (23/11/2013: South Africa vs France: Stade de France, Paris)

60 sec

André Snyman (22/11/2001: South Africa vs France: Stade de France, Paris)

60 sec

Ruben Kruger (9/8/1997: South Africa vs New Zealand: Eden Park, Auckland)

Second half

Ben Youngs (24/9/2011: England: scored within 20 seconds of the second half of a RWC Test match against Romania in Dunedin)

Second half

Ma'a Nonu (6/10/2012: New Zealand: scored within 20 seconds of the second half of a RC Test match against South Africa in Soweto, South Africa)

Second half

Lucas Borges (12/6/2004: Argentina: scored within 38 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Wales in Tucuman)

Second half

Goshi Tachikawa (15/5/2010: Japan: scored within 40 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Kazakstan in Tokyo)

Second half

Leigh Halfpenny (8/2/2009: Wales: scored within 45 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Scotland in Edinburgh)

Second half

Jaque Fourie (5/11/2005: South Africa: scored within 49 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Argentina in Buenos Aires)

Second half

Richard Kahui (8/11/2008: New Zealand: scored within 50 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Scotland in Edinburgh)

Second half

Israel Dagg (24/9/2011: New Zealand: scored within 54 seconds of the second half of a RWC Test match against France in Dunedin)

Second half

Will Genia (9/6/2012: Australia: scored within 54 seconds of the second half of a Test match against Wales in Brisbane)

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Doug Howlett (New Zealand: scored within 22 seconds on debut as a replacement wing against Tonga in 2000; and
He scored his 8th All Black try within 35 seconds as a replacement wing against Argentina in his 7th test in 2001) and
He scored his 8th All Black try within 35 seconds as a replacement wing against Argentina in his 7th test in 2001)

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Pat Lambie (South Africa: scored within 37 seconds as a replacement wing against New Zealand on 14/9/2013 - he went on at 73:48 and scored his debut try at 74:25 in Auckland, New Zealand).

OTHER

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First half

Tom Voyce (November 2004: London Wasps: scored after 9.63 seconds of the first half of a English Premiership match against NEC Harlequins)

First half

Vula Maimuri (12/5/2001: Highlanders: scored within 12 seconds of the first half of a Super 14 match against the Crusaders in Dunedin)

First half

Keegan Daniel (8/3/2008: Sharks: scored within 16 seconds of the first half of a Super 14 match against the Blues in Durban)

First half

Chris Jack (11/7/2009: Western province: scored within 20 seconds of the first half of a South African Currie Cup match against the KZN Sharks, Newlands, Cape Town, SA)

First half

Chris Latham (22/2/2003: Reds: scored within 21 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Brumbies in Brisbane)

First half

Steve Kefu (28/2/2004: Reds: scored within 23 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Chiefs in Brisbane)

First half

Jaque Fourie (29/3/2003: Cats: scored within 25 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Sharks in Johannesburg)

First half

Quade Cooper (11/4/2009: Reds: scored within 25 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Highlanders in Invercargill)

First half

Elton Flatley (26/2/2005: Reds: scored within 26 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Hurricanes in Brisbane)

First half

Isaia Toeava (17/4/2009: Blues: scored within 26 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against the Highlanders, Auckland)

First half

Gerrie Britz (2/8/2003: Cheetahs: scored within 29 seconds of the first half of a South African Currie Cup match against the Pumas in Witbank, SA)

First half

Paul de Koker (5/10/2002: Griqualand West: scored within 39 seconds of the first half of a South African Currie Cup match against Blue Bulls in Kimberley, SA)

First half

Dale Heidtman (20/7/2002: Pumas: scored within 40 seconds of the first half of a South African Currie Cup match against Elephants in Port Elizabeth, SA)

First half

Joe Roff (22/5/2004: Brumbies: scored within 42 seconds of the first half of a Super 12 match against Crusaders in Canberra, Australia)

Second half

Rayno Barnes (15/8/2009: Griqualand West scored within 20 seconds of the second half of a South African Currie Cup match against Blue Bulls, in Kimberley, SA)

Second half

Juan Smith (3/7/2002: Shimlas - Free State Cheetahs club champions: scored within 25 seconds of the second half of a South African SuperSport Semi-final match against Ceres - Kavaliers club champions, in Bloemfontein, SA)

Second half

Scott Staniforth (16/3/2002: NSW Waratahs: scored within 27 seconds of the second half of a Super 12 match against the Cats in Sydney)

Second half

Marika Vunibaka (5/4/2002: Crusaders: scored within 29 seconds of the second half of a Super 12 match against the Waratahs in Sydney)

Second Half

Joe Rokocoko (8/3/2003: Auckland Blues: scored within 30 seconds of the second half of a Super 12 match against the Canterbury Crusaders in Albany, NZ)

Second Half

Wynand Olivier (14/2/2009: Bulls: scored within 31 seconds of the second half of a Super 14 match against the Queensland Reds in Pretoria, SA)

Top Try Scorer for Each Country in an International

Argentina

9

José-Maria Nunez-Piossek (2003: Argentina vs Paraguay)

Australia

5

Chris Latham (2003: vs Namibia)

Canada

4

Kyle Nicholas (2000: vs Japan)

England

5

Doug Lambert (1907: vs France)
Rory Underwood (1989: vs Fiji)
Josh Lewsey (2003: vs Uruguay)

France

4

A Jaureguy (1924: vs Romania)
Michel Celhay (1937: vs Italy)

Ireland

4

Brian Robinson (1991: vs Zimbabwe)
Keith Wood (1999: vs USA)
Denis Hickie (2003: vs Italy)

Italy

6

Pierpaolo Rotilo (1997: vs Denmark)

Japan

8

Daisuke Ohata (2002: vs Chinese Taipei)

Namibia

6

Gerhard Mans (1990: vs Portugal)

New Zealand

6

Marc Ellis (1995: vs Japan)

Romania

5

Gheorghe Rascanu (30/4/1972: vs Morocco)
Cornel Popescu (18/10/1986: vs Portugal)
Ionel Rotaru (13/4/1996: vs Portugal)

Samoa

4

Tupo Fa'amasino (28/5/1991: vs Tonga)
Elvis Seveali'l (10/6/2000: vs Japan)
Alesana Tuilagi (2/7/2005: vs Tonga)
Esera Lauina (11/7/2009: vs Papua New Guiney)

Scotland

5

G. Lindsay (1987: vs Wales)
Kenny Logan (1998: vs Spain)

South Africa

6

Tonderai Chavhanga (2005: vs Uruguay)

Tonga

5

Benhur Kivalu (21/3/2003: vs Korea)

USA

4

Vaea Anitoni (6/7/1996: vs Japan)
Brian Hightower (7/6/1997: vs Japan)
Vaea Anitoni (8/4/1998: vs Portugal)

Wales

4

Willie Llewellyn (1899: vs England)
Maurice Richards (1969: vs England)
Reggie Gibbs (1980: vs France)
Ieuan Evans (1987: vs Canada)
Glen Webb (1987: vs Tonga)
Nigel Walker (1994: vs Portugal)
Gareth Thomas (1999: vs Italy)
Shane Williams (2001: vs Japan)
Tom Shanklin (2004: vs Romania)
Colin Charvis (2004: vs Japan)

Most Consecutive Tries in Internationals

19

Daisuke Ohata (Japan), 19 tries in 8 consecutive tests between 19/5/2002 and 25/5/2003 - 19/5/2002: vs Russia (1t); 16/6: vs Korea (4t); 7/7: vs Chinese Taipai (8t); 14/7: vs Korea (1t); 21/7: vs Chinese Taipai (2t); 31/10: vs Korea (1t); 17/5/2003: vs USA (1t); 25/5/2003: vs Russia (1t).

16

José Nünez-Piossek (Argentina), 16 tries in 6 consecutive tests in 2003 - 27/4: vs Paraguay (9t); 3/5: vs Uruguay (2t); 14/6: vs France (1t); 28/6: vs South Africa (1t); 27/8 vs Uruguay (1t); 30/8 vs Canada (2t).

14

Uriel O'Farrell (Argentina), 14 tries in 3 consecutive tests: 9/9/1951 - vs Brazil (7t); 13/9./1951 - vs Brazil (6t); 16/9/1951 - vs Chile (1t)

14

Daisuke Ohata (Japan), 14 tries in 6 consecutive tests between 16/4/2005 and 19/6/2005

11

Christian Cullen (New Zealand), a try in 8 consecutive tests in 2000

11

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand), tries in 5 consecutive tests in 2003

9

Bryan Habana (South Africa), tries in 4 consecutive tests in 2007

8

Philippe Sella (France), a try in 8 consecutive Five Nations tests in 1986 and 1987

8

Doug Howlett (New Zealand), a try in his first 7 consecutive tests in 2000-2001

8

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand), a try in 5 consecutive tests: 20/11/2003-10/7/2004

Most Points in Internationals
(+300)

1442

Daniel Carter (2003-2012: New Zealand, 100 tests: 14.42)

1246
(67)

Jonny Wilkinson (1998-2011: England/1179-91 tests; Lions/67-6 tests - ave 13.00)

1090
(41)

Neil Jenkins (1991-2002: Wales/87-1049; Lions/41-4 tests: 11.98)
He passed the 1000 mark on 3/2/2001 in a Six Nations Test against England in Cardiff with the conversion of Scott Quinell's try

1083
(0)

Ronan O'Gara (2000-2012: Ireland/1083-128 tests; Lions/0-2 tests: 8.40)

1010
(27)

Diego Dominguez (1989-2003: Italy/983-74 tests; Argentina/27-2 tests:  13.29)

967

Andrew Mehrtens (1995-2004: New Zealand, 70 tests: 13.81)

970
(53)

Stephen Jones (1998-2011: Wales/917-104 tests; Lions/53-6 tests: 8.82)

911

Michael Lynagh (1984-1995: Australia, 72 tests: 12.65)

893

Percy Montgomery (1997-2008: South Africa, 102 tests: 8.75)

878

Matthew Burke (1993-2004: Australia, 81 tests, 10.84)

809

Chris Paterson (1999-2011: Scotland-109 tests: 7.42)

733
(66)

Gavin Hastings (1986-1995: Scotland/667-61 tests; Lions/66-6 tests: 10.94)

684

Matt Giteau (2002-2011: Australia, 92 tests: 7.43)

681
(36)

Grant Fox (1985-1993: NZ/645-46 tests: NZ Cavaliers/36-3 games v SA, 1986: 13.90)

670

Nicky Little (1996-2009; 2011: Fiji, 71 tests: 9.44)

660

Morné Steyn (2009-2014: South Africa: 56 tests: 11.79)

658
(66)

Hugo Porta (1971-1999: Argentina/592-59 tests; Jaguars/66-8 tests: 10.14)

651

Felipé Contepomi (1998-2008; 2010-2013: Argentina, 87 tests: 7.48)

584

James Pritchard (2003-2014:: Canada: 57 tests: 10.25)

560

David Humphreys (1996-2005: Ireland, 72 tests: 7.78)

554

Merab Kvirikashvili (2003-2014: Georgia, 77 tests: 7.19)

506

Florin Vlaicu (2006-2014: Romania, 71 tests: 7.13)

505

Ayumu Goromaru (2005-2014: Japan, 41 tests: 12.32)

492

Gonzalo Quesada (1996-2003: Argentina: 39 tests: 12.62)

491

Gareth Rees (1986-1999: Canada, 55 tests, 8.93)

489

Stirling Mortlock (2000-2009: Australia, 80 tests: 6.11)

483

Stefano Bettarello (1979-1988: Italy, 55 tests, 8.78)

465

Mike Hercus (2002-2009: USA, 48 tests: 9.69)

444
(49)

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales/395-52 tests; Lions/49-3 tests: 2008-2013: 55 tests: 8.07)

421

Bob Ross (1989-2003: Canada, 58 tests: 7.26)

418
(5)

Keiji Hirose (1994-2005: Japan/413-40 tests; Asian Barbarians/5-1: 10.41)

407
(11)

Rob Andrew (1985-1997: England/396-71 tests; Lions/11-5 tests: 5.35)

400

Paul Grayson (1995-2004: England, 32 tests, 12.50)

395

Florin Vlaicu (2006-2013: Romania, 63 tests, 6.34)

389

Yury Kushnarev (2005-2013: Russia)

391
(5)

Jonathan Sexton (2009-2014: Ireland/380-45 tests; Lions/5-3 tests: 7.82)

380

Christophe Lamaison (1996-2001: France, 37 tests, 10.27)

377

Frédéric Michalak (2001-'10: 2012-'14: 70 tests: 5.39)

373

Dimitri Yachvili (2002-2012: France, 61 tests: 6.11)

369

Dan Dumbrava (2002-2011: Romania, 62 tests: 5.81)

367

Thierry Lacroix (1989-1997: France, 43 tests: 8.53)

365

Santiago Meson (1987-1997: Argentina, 34 tests: 10.74)

354

Didier Camberabero (1982-1993: France, 36 tests: 9.83)

350

James Hook (2006-2014: Wales, 76 tests: 5.01)

347

Toru Kurihara (2000-2003: Japan, 27 tests: 12.67)

347

Konstantin Rachtov (Russia)

345

Daisuke Ohata (1996-2006: Japan, 58 tests: 5.85: 69 tries)

344

Jaco Coetzee (1990-1995: Namibia, 28 tests: 12.29)

335

Petre Mitu (1996-2009: Romania, 41 tests: 8.17)

333

Konstantin Rachkov (Russia)

330
(35)

Seremaia Baikeinuku (Fiji-295/49; Pacific Islands-35/8 tests)

325

Morgan Parra (France, 2008-2014: 56 tests: 6.00)

322

Ionut Tofan (1997-2007: Romania, 60 tests: 5.27)

320

Pavle Jimsheladze (1995-2007: Georgia, 57 tests: 5.61)

318

Malkhaz Urjukashvili (1997-2011: Georgia, 69 tests: 4.61)

315

David Campese (1982-1996: Australia, 101 tests: 3.12: 64 tries)

312

Naas Botha (1980-1992: South Africa, 28 tests: 11.14)

308

Michael Kiernan (1982-1991: Ireland, 43 tests: 7.16)

304

Paul Thorburn (1985-1991: Wales, 37 tests: 8.21)

301

Toby Flood (England, 2006-2013: 59 tests)

301
(28)

Andy Irvine (1972-1982: Scotland/273-51 tests; Lions/28-9 tests: 5.02)

300
(10)

Shane Williams (2000-2011: Wales/290-87 tests; Lions/10-4 tests: 3.30)

291
(5)

Pierre Hola (Tonga-286/38; Pacific Islands/5-1 test)

Most Points in a Rugby Union Career

7337

Dusty Hare (England and British Lions: 1971-1989)
1800 - Nottingham.
4427 - Leicester.
240 - England (tests and other).
88 - British Lions (tests and other).
782 - Other First Class matches.

Fastest Player to 100 Test Points

After 4 Matches

Eduardo Morgan (Argentina - scored 50 (vs Paraguay: 14/10/1973), 31 (vs Uruguay: 16/10/1973), 4 (vs Brazil: 20/10/1973) and 28 points (vs Chile: 21/10/1973) - 113 points within one week!!

After 5 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)
Simon Culhane (New Zealand)

Fastest player to 200 Test Points

After 13 Matches

Grant Fox (New Zealand)

Fastest player to 300 Test Points

After 18 Matches

Grant Fox (New Zealand)

Fastest player to 400 Test Points

After 23 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

Fastest player to 500 Test Points

After 33 Matches

Grant Fox (New Zealand)
Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)
Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

After 34 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England/31; Lions/3)

Fastest player to 600 Test Points

After 40 Matches

Dan Carter (New Zealand)

After 40 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England/37; Lions/3)

After 41 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

Fastest player to 700 Test Points

After 46 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

After 46 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

After 47 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England/44; Lions/3)

Fastest player to 800 Test Points

After 52 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

After 53 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England/50; Lions/3 - to 800 points for England in his 51st test)

After 55 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

After 59 Matches

Diego Dominguez (Italy)

Fastest player to 900 Test Points

After 59 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England/53; Lions/6)

After 61 Matches

Dan Carter (New Zealand)

After 65 Matches

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

After 66 Matches

Diego Dominguez (Italy)

After 72 Matches

Michael Lynagh (Australia)

After 74 Matches

Neil Jenkins (Wales)

After 92 Matches

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland/91;Lions/1)

After 101Matches

Stephen Jones (Wales/95;Lions/6)

Fastest player to 1000 Test Points

After 67 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England: 22/9/2007; vs Samoa, Nantes - England-61/Lions-6)

After 67 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand: 12/6/2010; vs Ireland, New Plymouth, N.Zealand)

After 76 Matches

Diego Dominguez (Italy: 15/2/2003; vs Wales, Rome)

After 84 Matches

Neil Jenkins (Wales: 3/2/2001; vs England, Cardiff)

After 109Matches

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland: 12/3/2011; vs Wales, Cardiff)

Fastest player to 1100 Test Points

After 73 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand: 7/8/2010: vs Aus, Christchurch, NZ)

After 77 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (Eng: 7/11/2009: vs Aus, London - England-71/Lions-6)

Fastest player to 1200 Test Points

After 81 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand: 30/7/2011: vs SA, Wellington, NZ)

After 86 Matches

Jonny Wilkinson (England: 6/8/2011: vs Wales, London)

Fastest player to 1300 Test Points

After 88 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand: 18/8/2012: vs Australia, Sydney)

Fastest player to 1400 Test Points

After 96 Matches

Daniel Carter (New Zealand: 7/9/2013: vs Argentina, Hamilton, NZ)

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Most Points on Tour

246

W.J.Wallace (New Zealand, 26 matches in 1905-'06 in Great Britain, France and Canada; 230 in Europe alone)

Fastest Centuries on an International Tour

6 Matches

Naas Botha (1981: South Africa in New Zealand)

Most Points in World Cup Finals (All tournaments)

277

Jonny Wilkinson (England: 1999, 2003, 2007; 2011)

227

Gavin Hastings (Scotland: 1987, 1991, 1995)

195

Michael Lynagh (Australia: 1987, 1991, 1995)

170

Grant Fox (New Zealand: 1987, 1991)

163

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand: 1995, 1999, 2003)

Most Points in a World Cup Finals Tournament)

126

Grant Fox (1987: New Zealand)

Top Point Scorers for a Country in a Test Match

Argentina

50

Eduardo Morgan (14/10/1973: vs Paraguay), Argentina won 98-3.

Australia

42

Mat Rogers (2003: vs Namibia), Australia won 142-0.

Canada

36

James Pritchard (2006: vs USA), Canada won 56-7

England

44

Charlie Hodgson (2001: vs Romania). England won 134-0.

Fiji

36

Severo Koroduadua (1983: vs Nieu Island).

France

30

Didier Camberabero (1987: vs Zimbabwe). France won 70-12.

Georgia

32

Merab Kvirikashvili (6/2/2010: vs Germany). Georgia won 77-3.

Ireland

32

Ronan O'Gara (2003: vs Samoa). Ireland won 40-12.

Italy

29

Stefano Bettarello (1983: vs Canada)
Andrea Scanavacca (1998: v Croatia). Italy won 39-27.
Diego Dominguez (2000: vs Scotland). Italy won 34-20.
Diego Dominguez (2001: vs Fiji). Italy won 66-10.

Japan

60

Toru Kurihara (2002: vs Taiwan). Japan won 120-3.

Namibia

35

Jaco Coetzee (6/7/1993: vs Kenya).

New Zealand

45

Simon Culhane (1995: vs Japan). NZ won 145-17.

Romania

30

Ionut Tofan (5/10/2002: vs Spain).

Samoa

30

Gavin Williams (11/7/2009: vs Papua New Guiney). Samoa won 115-7.

Scotland

44

Gavin Hastings (1995: vs Ivory Coast). Scots won 89-0.

South Africa

35

Percy Montgomery (2007: vs Namibia). South Africa won 105-13.

Tonga

39

Pierre Hola (21/3/2003: vs Korea). Tonga won 119-0

USA

26

Chris O'Brien (7/11/1989: vs Uruguay). USA won 60-3
Mike Hercus (31/5/2004: vs Russia).
Mike Hercus (1/7/2006: vs Barbados). USA won 91-0

Wales

30

Neil Jenkins (1999: vs Italy). Wales won 60-21.

Most Points in Internationals in a Year (+150)

263

Neil Jenkins (1999, Wales)

233

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 2003)

219

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2007)

203

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2008)

196

Gavin Hastings (Scotland, 1995)

194

Dan Carter (New Zealand, 2010)

189

Matthew Burke (Australia, 1996)

186

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2006)

185

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010)

181

Neil Jenkins (Wales, 1994)

173

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales, 2013)

171

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 1999)

170

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2006)

167

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 2001)

167

Toru Kurihara (Japan, 2002)

166

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 1999)

165

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 2007)

163

Gonzalo Quesada (Argentina, 1999)

162

Ayumu Goromaru (Japan - 2014)

160

Frédéric Michalak (France, 2003)

159

Chris Paterson (Scotland, 2003)

158

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2005)

157

Matthew Burke (Australia, 2001)

155

Matthew Burke (Australia, 1999)

154

Elton Flatley (Australia, 2003)

154

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2004)

153

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2009)

150

Toru Kurihara (Japan, 2002)

150

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 2007)

150

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2008)

150

Morné Steyn (South Africa - 2013)

Most Points in an International (+30)

60

Toru Kurihara
(2002: Japan vs Taiwan: 6t15c). Japan won 120-3

50

Eduardo Morgan
(14/10/1973: Argentina vs Paragauy: 6t13c). Argentina won 98-3

50

Ashley Billington
(1994: Hong Kong vs Singapore: 10t). HK won 164-13

45

Simon Culhane
(1995: New Zealand vs Japan: t20c). NZ won 145-17

45

Jose-Maria Nunez-Piossek
(2003: Argentina vs Paraguay: 9t). Argentina won 144-0

44

Gavin Hastings
(1995: Scotland vs Ivory Coast: 4t9c2p). Scotland won 74-9

44

Charlie Hodgson
(2001: England vs Romania: 2t14c2p). England won 134-0

44

Pierre Hola
(21/3/2003: Tonga vs Korea: 2t17c). Tonga won 119-0

42

Mat Rogers
(2003: Australia vs Namibia: 2t16c). Australia won 142-0

40

Gustavo Jorge
(1993: Argentina vs Brazil: 8t). Argentina won 114-3

40

Lance Fitzpatrick
(2001: Cook Islands vs Tahiti: 8t). Cook Islands won 86-0

40

Daisuke Ohata
(2002: Japan vs Taiwan: 8t). Japan won 155-3

40

Chris Paterson
(2004: Scotland vs Japan: 3t11c1p). Scotland won 100-8

39

Matthew Burke
(1996: Australia vs Canada: 3t9c2p). Australia won 74-9

39

Pierre Hola
(21/3/2003: Tonga vs Korea: 1t17c). Tonga won 119-0

38

Justinus van der Westhuizen
(2007: Namibia vs Zambia: 4t9c). Namibia won 80-10

37

Ayumu Goromaru
(10/5/2014: Japan vs Sri Lanka: 1t16c). Japan won 132-10

36

Martin Sansot
(1977: Argentina vs Brazil: ). Argentina won 78-6

36

Severo Koroduadua
(11/9/1983: Fiji vs Niue Island: 18c). Fiji won 120-4

36

Tony Brown
(1999: New Zealand vs Italy: 1t11c3p). New Zealand won 101-3

36

Paul Grayson
(1999: England vs Tonga: 12c4p). England won 100-10

36

James Pritchard
(12/8/2006: Canada vs USA: 3t6c3p). Canada won 56-7.

36

Ayumu Goromaru
(20/4/2013: Japan beat Philippines: 1t14c1p). Japan won 121-0.

35

Jaco Coetzee
(6/7/1993: Namibia vs Kenya).

35

Jonny Wilkinson
(2001: England vs Italy: 1t9c4p). England won 80-23

35

Toru Kurihara
(2002: Japan vs South Korea: 2t11c1p). Japan won 90-24

35

Percy Montgomery
(2007: South Africa vs Namibia: 1t12c2p). South Africa won 105-13.

34

Jamie McKee
(1994: Hong Kong vs Singapore: 17c). Hong Kong won 164-13

34

Keiji Hirose
(1999: Japan vs Tonga: tc9p). Japan won 44-17

34

Jannie de Beer
(1999: South Africa vs England: 2c5d5p). South Africa won 44-21.

33

Carlos Spencer
(1997: New Zealand vs Argentina: 2t10cp). NZ won 93-8

33

Andrew Mehrtens
(1997: New Zealand vs Ireland: t5c6p). NZ won 63-15

33

Gregor Townsend
(2000: Scotland vs USA: 2t4c5p). Scotland won 53-6.

33

Daniel Carter
(2005: New Zealand vs British & Irish Lions: 2t4c5p). NZ won 48-18

33

Nick Evans
(2007: New Zealand vs Portugal: 1t14c). NZ won 108-13

33

Justinus van der Westhuizen
(26/5/2007: Namibia vs Zambia). Namibia won 80-10

32

Martin Sansot
(1997: Argentina vs Brazil).

32

Jonny Wilkinson
(1999: England vs Italy: 1t6c5p). England won 67-7.

32

Tony Brown
(2000: New Zealand vs Tonga: t12cp). New Zealand won 102-0.

32

Ionut Tofan
(2002: Romania vs Spain: 2t8c2p). Romania won 67-6.

32

José-Luis Cilley
(2002: Argentina vs Paraguay: 16c). Argentina won 152-0

32

Ronan O'Gara
(2003: Ireland vs Samoa 2t2c5p1d). Ireland won 40-12

32

Merab Kvirikashvili
(2010: Georgia vs Germany 2t11c). Georgia won 77-3

32

Ayumu Goromaru
(28/4/2012: Japan vs Kazakstan: 2t11c). Japan won 87-0

31

Eduardo Morgan
(16/10/1973: Argentina vs Uruguay 3t5c3p).

31

E. de Forteza
(1975: Argentina vs Paraguay).

31

J. Luna
(1995: Argentina vs Romania).

31

Gavin Hastings
(1995: Scotland vs Tonga: t1c8p). Scotland won 41-5

31

Percy Montgomery
(1998: South Africa vs Wales: 2t9c1p). SA won 96-13

31

Keiji Hirose
(1998: Japan vs Kazakstan: 1t13c). Japan won 118-3.

31

Keiji Hirose
(2005: Japan vs Hong Kong: 11c3p). Japan won 118-3.

31

James Pritchard
(2006: Canada vs Barbados: 3t8c). Canada won 71-3.

31

Morné Steyn
(2009: South Afriva vs New Zealand: 1t1c8p). South Africa won 31-19

31

Felipé Contepomi
(2010: Argantina vs France: 2t3c5p). Argentina won 41-13

30

Didier Camberabero
(1987: France vs Zimbabwe: 3t9c). France won 70-12

30

Rob Andrew
(1991: England vs Canada: 6c6p). England won 60-19

30

Jaco Coetzee
(1993: Namibia vs Kenya: 3t6c1p6c6p). England won 60-19

30

J. Capalbo
(1997: Argentina vs Uruguay).

30

Marc Ellis
(1995: New Zealand vs Japan: 6t). New Zealand won 145-17

30

Pierpaolo Rotilo
(1997: Italy vs Denmark: 6t). Italy won 102-3

30

Paul Grayson
(1998: England vs Netherlands 15c). England won 110-0)

30

Neil Jenkins
(1999: Wales vs Italy 2t5c5p). Wales won 60-21

30

Thierry Teixeira
(6/2/2000: Portugal vs Georgia 9p1d).

30

Ronan O'Gara
(2000: Ireland vs Italy 6c6p). Ireland won 60-13

30

Tony Brown
(2001: New Zealand vs Western Samoa 3t3c3p). New Zealand won 50-6

30

Jonny Wilkinson
(2002: England vs Wales t5cd4p). England won 50-10

30

Ionut Tofan
(5/10/2002: Romania vs Spain).

30

Elton Flatley
(2003: Australia vs Romania t11c1p). England won 90-8

30

Tonderai Chavhanga
(2005: South Africa vs Uruguay 6t). South Africa won 134-3

30

Federico Todeschini
(2005: Argentina vs Italy 1t2c7p). Argentina won 35-21

30

Federico Todeschini
(2006: Argentina vs Wales 3c8p). Argentina won 45-27

30

Fangatapu Apikotoa
(2007: Tonga vs Korea 2t10c). Tonga won 85-3

30

Gavin Williams
(11/7/2009: Samoa vs Papua New Guiney 2t10c). Samoa won 115-7

30

Facunda Barrea
(23/5/2012: Argentina vs Brazil 6t). Argentina won 111-0.

30

Ayumu Goromaru
(5/5/2012: Japan vs United Arab Emirates, 2t10c). Japan won 106-3.

30

Yoshikazu Fujita
(5/5/2012: Japan vs United Arab Emirates, 6t). Japan won 106-3.

Most points scored by a player who has scored all his team's points

31

Morné Steyn (1/8/2009 - South Africa beat New Zealand 31-19, Durban: Steyn scored a try, a conversion, 8 penalties).

27

Jonny Wilkinson (24/6/2000 - England beat South Africa 27-22, Bloemfontein: Wilkinson scored a drop goal, 8 penalties).

25

Joel Stransky (3/8/1996 - South Africa beat Australia 25-19, Bloemfontein: Stransky scored a try, a conversion, 6 penalties).

21

Hugo Porta (3/4/1982 - Argentina beat South Africa 21-12, Bloemfontein: Porta scored a try, a conversion, a drop goal, 4 penalties).

Most Points in a Tour Match (+30)

43

Robbie Deans (1984: New Zealand vs South Australia)

41

Joe Karam (1974: New Zealand vs South Australia)

39

Doug Kellett (1993: Western Samoa vs Marlborough)

38

Ron Jarden (1951: New Zealand vs Mid Western Australia)

38

André Joubert (1994: South Africa vs Swansea)

37

Alan Old (1974: British Lions vs South Western Districts)

36

WN Bennett (1975: England vs Western Australia)

35

De Wet Ras (1980: South Africa vs Uruguay)

34

Gerald Kember (1970: New Zealand vs North Eastern Cape)

32

Hugo Porta (1982: South America vs North Eastern Cape)

32

Alan Hewson (1984: New Zealand vs Queensland)

31

Naas Botha (1981: South Africa vs Nelson Bays)

Most Points scored in a Test Series

Four Test Match Series

69

Naas Botha (1986: vs New Zealand Cavaliers)

46

Alan Hewson (1983: vs British Lions)

Five Nations Test Match Championship
(4 Matches: England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales)

67

Jonathan Webb (England, 1991-'92)

Six Nations Test Match Championship
(5 Matches: England, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Italy)

89

Jonny Wilkinson (England, 2001)

Three Test Match Series

52

Michael Lynagh (1990: Australia vs France)

45

Didier Camberabero (1990: France vs Australia)

44

Daniel Carter (2005: New Zealand vs British & Irish Lions)

Rugby Championship
(4 Matches/*6 Matches: Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa)

99

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2006*)

95

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2009*)

88

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2013*)

84

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand, 1997)

77

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010*)

71

Stirling Mortlock (Australia, 2000)

69

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2008*)

69

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 1996)

68

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 1999)

Most Conversions in Internationals
(+80)

257

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 100 tests)

176
(0)

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland-128/Lions-2 tests)

169

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 70 tests)

169
(7)

Jonny Wilkinson (England-91/Lions-6 tests)

160
(7)

Stephen Jones (Wales/104; Lions/6)

153

Percy Montgomery (South Africa: 102 tests)

140

Michael Lynagh (Australia, 72 tests)

133
(6)

Diego Dominguez (Italy-74/Argentina-2: 76 tests)

131
(1)

Neil Jenkins (Wales-87; British Lions-4: 91 tests)

128

Ayumu Goromaru (Japan, 41 tests)

121
(3)

Grant Fox (New Zealand/46; NZ Cavaliers/3: 49 tests)

117

Nicky Little (Fiji, 71 tests)

104

Matthew Burke (Australia, 81 tests)

103

Matt Giteau (Australia, 92 tests)

101

James Pritchard (Canada, 57 tests)

97

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 56 tests)

92
(7)

Hugo Porta (Argentina/60 tests, South America/8 tests)

90

Mike Hercus (USA, 45 tests)

90

Chris Paterson (Scotland, 109 tests)

88

David Humphries (Ireland, 72 tests)

88

Florin Vlaicu (Romania, 71 tests)

87
(1)

Gavin Hastings (Scotland/86-61tests; Lions/1-6 tests)

84

Jaco Coetzee (Namibia, 28 tests)

Most Conversions in an International

20

Simon Culhane (1995: New Zealand vs Japan)

18

Severo Koroduadua (10/9/1983: Fiji vs Niue Island).

17

Jamie McKee (1994: Hong Kong vs Singapore)

17

Pierre Hola (21/3/2003: Tonga vs Korea)

16

José-Louis Cilley (2002: Argentina vs Paraguay)

16

Mat Rogers (2003: Australia vs Namibia)

16

Ayumu Goromaru (10/5/2014: Japan vs Sri Lanka)

15

Paul Grayson (1998: England vs Netherlands)
Toru Kurihara (21/7/2002: Japan vs Taiwan)

14

Charlie Hodgson (2001: England vs Romania)
Gavin Henson (2004: Wales vs Japan)
Nick Evans (2007: New Zealand vs Portugal)
Ayumu Goromaru (20/42013: Japan vs Philippines)

13

Eduardo Morgan (1973: Argentina vs Paraguay)
Hugo Porta (1985: Argentina vs Paraguay)
Keiji Hirose (1998: Japan vs Kazakstan)
Jonny Wilkinson (1999: England vs USA)
Mike Hercus (1/7/2006: USA vs Barbados)

12

Semesa Sikivou (21/8/1969: Fiji vs Solomon Islands)
L. Troiani (1994: Italy vs Czech Republic)
Virgil Popisteanu (13/4/1996: Romania vs Portugal)
Paul Grayson (1999: England vs Tonga)
Tony Brown (2000: New Zealand vs Tonga)
Andy Miller (6/7/2002: Japan vs Taiwan)
Morné Schreuder (2006: Namibia vs Kenya)
Percy Montgomery (2007: South Africa vs Namibia)
James Arlidge (2011: Japan vs UAE, Dubai)

11

E. De Forteza (1975: Argentina vs Paraguay)
Waisale Serevi (7/10/1989: Fiji vs Belgium)
Moolman Olivier (21/4/1990: Namibia vs Portugal)
Neil Jenkins (1994: Wales vs Portugal)
Tony Brown (1999: New Zealand vs Italy)
Toru Kurihara (16/6/2002: Japan vs South Korea)
Paul Grayson (2003: England vs Uruguay)
Chris Paterson (2004: Scotland vs Japan)
Keiji Hirose (8/5/2005: Japan vs Hong Kong)
Ceri Sweeney (2005: Wales vs USA)
Morné Schreuder (27/5/2006: Namibia vs Kenya)
Shaun Webb (15/5/2010: Japan vs Kazakstan)
Merab Kvirikashvili (6/2/2010: Georgia vs Germany)
Ayumu Goromaru (28/4/2012: Japan vs Kazakstan)

10

P. Guarrochena (1977: Argentina vs Paraguay)
Grant Fox (1987: New Zealand vs Fiji)
Santiago Meson (1989: Argentina vs Brazil)
Santiago Meson (1993: Argentina vs Brazil)
L. Troiani (1993: Italy vs Croatia)
G. Filizzola (1993: Italy vs Morocco)
Serban Guranescu (4/10/1997: Romania vs Belgium)
Carlos Spencer (1997: New Zealand vs Argentina)
Keiji Hirose (1998: Japan vs Taiwan)
Eric Elwood (1998: Ireland vs Georgia)
Duncan Hodge (1998: Scotland vs Portugal)
Duncan Hodge (1998: Scotland vs Spain)
Ronan O'Gara (2000: Ireland vs Japan)
Stephen Jones (2001: Wales vs Romania)
Matthew Burke (2001: Australia vs Spain)
Fangatapu Apikotoa (2007: Tonga vs Korea)
Felipé Contepomi (4/8/2007: Argentina vs Chili)
Gavin Williams (11/7/2009: Samoa vs Papua New Guiney)
Atsushi Tanabe (2010: Japan vs Russia)
Benjamin Madero (2011: Argentina vs Uruguay)
Ayumu Goromaru (5/5/2012: Japan vs United Arab Emirates)
Patricio Fernandez (1/5/2013: Argentina vs Chile)

Most Dropped Goals in Internationals

36(0)

Jonny Wilkinson (1998-2011: England-90 tests/Lions-6)

28(2)

Hugo Porta (1971-1999: Argentina/60 tests, South America/8 tests)

23(2)

Rob Andrew (1985-1997: England/71, Lions/5 tests)

20(0)

Diego Dominguez (1989-2003: Argentina-2 tests; Italy-74 tests)

18

Naas Botha (1980-1992: South Africa, 28 tests)

17

Stefano Bettarello (1979-1988: Italy, 55 tests)

15

Jean-Pierre Lescarboura (1982-1990: France, 28 tests)

15(0)

Ronan O'Gara (2000-2013: Ireland/128, Lions/2 tests)

14

G Malheiro (1998-2007: Portugal, 29 tests)

13

Jonathan Davies (1985-1997: Wales, 32 tests)

13

Dumitru Alexandru (1974-1990: Romania, 47 tests)

12

Pierre Albaladejo (1954-1964: France, 30 tests)

12

Didier Camberabero (1982-1993: France, 36 tests)

12

Dan Parks (2004-2010: Scotland, 56 tests)

12

Joao Queimado (1984-1994: Portugal, 48 tests)

12

John Rutherford (1979-1987: Scotland, 43 tests)

11

Lisandro Arbizu (1990-2005: Argentina, 87 tests)

11

Guy Camberabero (1961-1968: France, 14 tests)

10(1)

Craig Chalmers (1989:1999: Scotland/60, Lions/1 tests)

10(0)

Neil Jenkins (1991-2002: Wales/87, Lions/4 tests)

10(2)

Barry John (1966-1972: Wales/25, Lions/5)

10

Andrew Mehrtens (1995-2004: New Zealand, 70 tests)

10

Valeriu Irimescu (1960-1971: Romania, 32 tests)

10

Neculai Nichitean (1990-1997: Romania, 28 tests)

10

Bob Ross (1989-2003: Canada, 56 tests)

9

Phil Hawthorne (1962-1967: Australia, 21 tests)

9

Michael Lynagh (1984-1995: Australia, 72 tests)

9

Jean-Pierre Romeu (1972-1977: France, 34 tests)

9

Gareth Rees (1986-1999: Canada, 55 tests)

8

Michel Vannier (1953-1961: France, 43 tests)

8

Ian McGeechan (1972-1979: Scotland/, Lions/) total tests 40

8

Ollie Campbell (1976-1984: Ireland/, Lions/)total tests 29

8

Mark Ella (1980-1984: Australia, 25 tests)

8

Guy Laporte (1981-1987: France, 13 tests)

8

David Humphreys (1996-2005: Ireland, 73 tests)

8

Jannie de Beer (1997-1999: South Africa, 13 tests)

8

André Pretorius (2002-2007: South Africa, 31 tests)

8(1)

Grant Fox (1984-1993: New Zealand/46, NZ Cavaliers/3)

8

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 56 tests)

8

Frédéric Michalak (2001-2013: France, 60 tests)

Most Dropped Goals in a Year

14

Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2003)

9

Dan Parks (Scotland - 2010)

6

Hugo Porta (Argentina - 1979)
Naas Botha (South Africa - 1980)
Jannie de Beer (South Africa - 1999)

5

Naas Botha (South Africa - 1981)
Stefano Bettarello (Italy - 1983)
Jean-Patrick Lescarboura (France - 1984)
Hugo Porta (Argentina - 1985)
Rob Andrew (England - 1991)
Diego Dominguez (Italy - 2000)
André Pretorius (South Africa - 2006)
Jonny Wilkinson (England - 2007)

Most Drop Goals in an International

5

Jannie de Beer (World Cup 1999: South Africa vs England, Stade de France, St. Denis, France)

4

André Pretorius (2006: South Africa vs England, Twickenham, London)

3

Pierre Albaladejo (1960: France vs Ireland, Paris)
Phil Hawthorne (1967: Australia vs England, Twickenham)
Valeriu Irimescu (29/10/1967: Romania vs West Germany)
Dumitru Alexandru (17/10/1976: Romania vs Poland)
Hugo Porta (1979: Argentina vs Australia, Buenos Aires)
Naas Botha (1980: South Africa vs South America, Durban)
Naas Botha (1981: South Africa vs Ireland, Durban)
Jean-Pierre Lescarboura (1985: France vs England, Twickenham)
Hugo Porta (1985: Argentina vs New Zealand, Buenos Aires)
Jean-Pierre Lescarboura (1986: France vs NZealand, Christchurch)
Didier Camberabero (1990: France vs Australia, Sydney)
Opeti Turuva (2/7/1994: Fiji vs Samoa, Suva)
Nicola Nichitean (1995: Romania vs France, Bucharest)
Diego Dominguez (2000: Italy vs Scotland, Rome)
Neil Jenkins (2001: Wales vs Scotland, Edinburgh)
Juan Fernandez-Miranda (2001: Argentina vs Canada, Markham)
Jonny Wilkinson (2003: England vs France, Sydney)
Jaco v/d Westhuyzen (2004: South Africa vs Scotland, Edinburgh)
Juan Martin Hernandez (2007: Argentina vs Ireland)

Most Penalty Goals in Internationals
(+90)

255

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 100 tests)

255
(16)

Jonny Wilkinson (England/239-90 tests; Lions/16-6 tests)

248
(13)

Neil Jenkins (Wales/235-87 tests; Lions/13-4 tests)

213
(5)

Diego Dominguez (Argentina-2 tests/Italy-208)

202
(0)

Ronan O'Gara (Ireland/200-128 tests; Lions/0-2 tests)

198
(12)

Stephen Jones (Wales/104 tests; Lions/6 tests)

188

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 70 tests)

177

Michael Lynagh (Australia, 72 tests)

174

Matthew Burke (Australia, 81 tests)

170

Chris Paterson (Scotland, 109 tests)

160
(20)

Gavin Hastings (Scotland/140-61 tests; Lions/20-6 tests)

148

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 102 tests)

140

Nicky Little (Fiji, 71 tests)

139

Felipé Contepomi (Argentina, 86 tests)

137
(9)

Grant Fox (New Zealand/128-46 tests; NZ Cavaliers/9-3 tests)

134

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 56 tests)

115
(14)

Hugo Porta (Argentina/111-60 tests; Jaguars/14-8 tests)

110

Gareth Rees (Canada, 55 tests)

110

David Humphreys (Ireland, 72 tests)

107

Matt Giteau (Australia, 92 tests)

104

Stefano Bettarello (Italy, 55 tests)

103

Gonzalo Quesada (Argentina, 39 tests)

99

James Pritchard (Canada, 57 tests)

97

Florin Vlaicu (Romania, 71 tests)

Most Penalty Goals in an International

9

Keiji Hirose (8/5/1999: Japan vs Tonga)
Andrew Mehrtens:
1999: New Zealand vs Australia
2000: New Zealand vs France
Neil Jenkins (1999: Wales vs France)
Thierry Teixeira (6/2/2000: Portugal vs Georgia)

8

Mark Wyatt (25/5/1991: Canada vs Scotland)
Neil Jenkins (1993: Wales vs Canada)
Diego Dominguez (1994: Italy vs Romania)
Santiago Meson (1995: Argentina vs Canada)
Gavin Hastings (1995: Scotland vs Tonga)
Thierry Lacroix (1995: France vs Ireland)
Paul Burke (1996: Ireland vs Italy)
Gonzalo Quesada (1999: Argentina vs Samoa)
Matthew Burke (1999: Australia vs South Africa)
Jonny Wilkinson (2000: England vs South Africa)
Roger Warren (29/5/2004: Samoa vs Tonga)
Federico Todeschini (2006: Argentina vs Wales)
Morné Steyn (2009: South Africa vs New Zealand)
Mirco Bergamasco (2010: Italy vs Fiji)

7

Hugo Porta (1974: Argentina vs France)
Simon Hodgkinson (1991: England vs Wales)
Santiago Meson (1992: Argentina vs France)
Grant Fox (1993: New Zealand vs Western Samoa)
Neil Jenkins (1994: Wales vs Italy)
Rob Andrew (1995: England vs Scotland)
Paul Grayson (1996: England vs Ireland)
Gareth Rees (22/8/1998: Canada vs Argentina)
Gonzalo Quesada (1998: Argentina vs Canada)
Andrew Mehrtens (1999: New Zealand vs South Africa)
Matthew Burke (1999: Australia vs New Zealand)
Gonzalo Quesada (1999: Argentina vs Japan)
Jonny Wilkinson (1999: England vs France)
Jonny Wilkinson (1999: England vs Fiji)
David Humphries (1999: Ireland vs Argentina)
Gonzalo Quesada (1999: Argentina vs Ireland)
Neil Jenkins (1999: Wales vs Canada)
Matthew Burke (1999: Australia vs France)
Neil Jenkins (2000: Wales vs Italy)
Suravut Sutta (2000: Thailand vs Sri Lanka)
Nicky Little (8/7/2001: Fiji vs Samoa)
Diego Dominquez (2001: Italy vs Fiji)
Jonny Wilkinson (2001: England vs South Africa)
Matthew Burke (2001: Australia vs Wales)
Gérald Merceron (2002: France vs Italy)
Gonzalo Malheiro (23/3/2003: Portugal vs Spain)
Federico Todeschini (2005: Argentina vs Italy)
Percy Montgomery (2006: South Africa vs Scotland)
Percy Montgomery (2006: South Africa vs France)
Daniel Carter (2006: NZ vs SA)
Chris Paterson (2007: Scotland vs Wales)
Daniel Carter (2007: New Zealand vs Australia)
Morné Steyn (2009: South Africa vs Australia)
Toby Flood (2010: England vs Australia)
Piri Weepu (2011: New Zealand vs Argentina: RWC)
Leigh Halfpenny (2013: Wales vs Scotland)
Florin Vlaicu (2013: Romania vs Canada)

Dismissals in Major International Matches

Player

Opponent

Date

Referee

1. Cyril Brownlie
(NZ: 1 -10th minute)

vs England

3/1/1925

Albert Freethy
(Wales)

2. Colin Meads
(NZ: 2 - 76th minute)

vs Scotland

2/12/1967

Kevin Kelleher (Ireland)

3. Mike Burton
(England: 1 - 2ndminute)

vs Australia

31/5/1975

R.T. Burnett (Australia)

4. J. Sovau
(Fiji: 1)

vs Australia

26/6/1976

W.M. Cooney (Australia)

5. Geoff Wheel
(Wales: 1 - 38thminute)

vs Ireland

15/1/1977

Norman Sanson
(Scotland)

6. Willie Duggan (Ireland: 1 - 38th minute)

vs Wales

15/1/1977

Norman Sanson
(Scotland)

7. Paul Ringer
(Wales: 2 - 13thminute)

vs England

16/2/1980

David Burnett
(Ireland)

8. J-P Garuet
(France: 1)

vs Ireland

21/1/1984

Clive Norling
(Wales)

9. Hugh Richards (Wales: 3 - 77th minute)

vs New Zealand

14/6/1987(*)

Kerry Fitzgerald
(Australia)

10. David Codey (Australia: 1 - 4th min.)

vs Wales

18/6/1987(*)

Fred Howard (England)

11. M. Taga
(Fiji: 2)

vs England

17/6/1988

Kerry Fitzgerald
(Australia)

12. Alain Lorieux (France: 2 - 78th minute)

vs Argentina

26/6/1988

Owen Doyle
(Ireland)

13. Tevita Vonolagi
(Fiji: 3)

vs England

4/11/1989

Brian Stirling
(Ireland)

14. Noa Nadruku
(Fiji: 4)

vs England

4/11/1989

Brian Stirling
(Ireland)

15. Kevin Moseley (Wales: 4)

vs France

20/1/1990

Fred Howard (England)

16. Alain Carminati (France: 3)

vs Scotland

13/2/1990

Fred Howard (England)

17. André Stoop (Namibia: 1)

vs Wales

9/6/1990

Fred Howard (England)

18. Abdelatiff Benazzi (France: 4)

vs Australia

24/6/1990

Tony Spreadbury (England)

19. Phillippe Gallart (France: 5)

vs Australia

30/6/1990

Clive Norling
(Wales)

20. Fédérico Mendez (Argentina: 1)

vs England

3/11/1990

Colin Hawke
(New Zealand)

21. Castica Cojocariu (Romania: 1)

vs France

22/6/1991

Ed Morrison
(England)

22. Pedro Sporleder (Argentina: 2)

vs Samoa

13/10/1991(*)

Jim Fleming
(Scotland)

23. Mata'afa Keenan (Samoa: 1)

vs Argentina

13/10/1991(*)

Jim Fleming
(Scotland)

24. Gregoire Lascubé (France: 6)

vs England

15/2/1992

Steve Hilditch
(Ireland)

25. Vincent Moscato (France: 7)

vs England

15/2/1992

Steve Hilditch
(Ireland)

26. Olivier Roumat (World Team: 1)

vs New Zealand

22/4/1992

David Bishop
(New Zealand)

27. James Small (South Africa: 1 - 30th)

vs Australia

14/9/1993

Ed Morrison
(England)

28. Mark Cardinal (Canada: 1)

vs France

4/6/1994

Ian Rogers
(South Africa)

29. Philippe Sella (France: 8)

vs Canada

4/6/1994

Ian Rogers
(South Africa)

30. John Davies
(Wales: 5)

vs England

18/2/1995

Aidier Mené (France)

31. Feliti Mahoni
(Tonga: 1: 70th minute)

vs France

26/51995(*)

Steve Lander (England)

32. James Dalton (South Africa: 2: 70th min)

vs Canada

3/6/1995(*/+)

David McHugh (Ireland)

33. Rod Snow
(Canada: 2:70th minute)

vs South Africa

3/6/1995(*/+)

David McHugh (Ireland)

34. Gareth Rees (Canada: 3: 70th minute)

vs South Africa

3/6/1995(*/+)

David McHugh (Ireland)

35. Garin Jenkins (Wales: 6)

vs South Africa

2/9/1995 (#)

Joel Dumé (France)

36. V.B. Cavubati
(Fiji: 5)

vs New Zealand

14/6/1997

Wayne Erickson (Australia)

37. André Venter (South Africa: 3: 47th minute)

vs New Zealand

9/8/1997

Derek Bevan
(Wales)

38. R. Travaglini (Argentina: 3)

vs France

26/10/1997

C. Giacomel

39. Danny Grewcock (England: 2)

vs New Zealand

20/6/1998

Wayne Erickson (Australia)

40. J. Sitoa
(Tonga: 2)

vs Australia

22/9/1998

Steve Walsh
(New Zealand)

41. Massimo Giovanelli (Italy: 1)

vs Scotland

6/3/1999

R.G. Davies

42. Trevor Leota (Samoa: 2)

vs France

12/6/1999

C. Thomas

43. G. Leaupepe (Samoa: 3)

vs France

12/6/1999

C. Thomas

44. Jean-Jacques Crenca (France: 9)

vs New Zealand

26/6/1999

Stuart Dickinson (Australia)

45. Marika Vunibaka (Fiji: 6)

vs Canada

9/10/1999(*)

Ed Morrison
(England)

46. Dan Baugh
(Canada: 4)

vs Namibia

14/10/1999(*)

Andrew Cole (Australia)

47. Ngalu Ta'ufo'ou (Tonga: 3)

vs England

15/10/1999(*)

Wayne Erickson (Australia)

48. Brendan Venter (South Africa: 40th min.)

vs Uruguay

15/10/1999(*)

Peter Marshall (Australia)

49. Walter Cristofoletto (Italy: 2)

vs France

1/4/2000

P.C. Deluca (Argentina)

50. Alessandro Troncon (Italy: 3)

vs Ireland

3/2/2001

Jonathan Kaplan (South Africa)

51. G. Leger
(Tonga: 4)

vs Wales

17/11/2001

Rob Dickson (Scotland)

52. Nathan Hines (Scotland: 1)

vs USA

22/6/2002

P.C. Deluca (Argentina)

53. Marius Joubert (S Africa: 5: 70th minute)

vs Australia

17/8/2002

Paddy O'Brien
(New Zealand)

54. Jannes Labuschagne (SAfrica: 6: 22nd minute)

vs England

23/11/2002

Paddy O'Brien
(New Zealand)

55. V. Ma'asi
(Tonga: 5)

vs Ireland

14/6/2003

Steve Walsh
(New Zealand)

56. Simon Shaw (England: 3 - 11th min.)

vs New Zealand

12/6/2004

Nigel Williams (Wales)

57. Percy Montgomery (S.Africa: 7 - 71th min)

vs Wales

19/11/2005(!)

Stuart Dickinson (Australia)

58. Lewis Moody (England: 4 - 75th min)

vs Samoa

26/11/2005

Mark Lawrence (South Africa)

59. Alesana Tuilagi (Samoa: 4 - 75th min)

vs England

26/11/2005

Mark Lawrence (South Africa)

60. Scott Murray (Scotland: 2 - 22nd min)

vs Wales

12/2/2006

Steve Walsh
(New Zealand)

61. Mosese Luveitasau (Fiji: 7 - 27th min)

vs Samoa

24/6/2006

Wayne Barnes (England)

62.Hale T Pole
(Tonga: 6 - 72th min)

vs Samoa

16/9/2007(*)

Jonathan Kaplan (South Africa)

63.Jacques Nieuwenhuis (Namibia:1 -19th min)

vs France

16/9/2007(*)

Alain Rolland (Ireland)

64.Napolioni Nalaga (Pacific Islands:18th min)

vs France

15/11/2008

Nigel Owens (Ireland)

65.Henry Fa'fili
(Samoa: 5 - 58th min)

vs Italy

28/11/2009

Christophe Berdos (France)

66. Jamie Heaslip
(Ireland: 2 - 16th min)

vs New Zealand

12/6/2010

Wayne Barnes (England)

67. Drew Mitchell
(Australia: 2 - 43rd min)

vs New Zealand

31/7/2010(!)

Craig Joubert (South Africa)

68. Seru Rabeni
(Fiji: 8)

vs Japan

13/7/2011

Peter Fitzgibbon (Ireland)

69. Sisa Koyamaibole
(Fiji: 9)

vs Japan

13/7/2011

Peter Fitzgibbon (Ireland)

(*)70. Paul Williams
(Samoa: 6)

vs South Africa

30/9/2011

Nigel Owens (Wales)

(*)71. Sam Warburton (Wales: 7 - 19th min)

vs France

15/10/2011

Alain Rolland (Ireland)

72. Roland Suniula (USA)

vs Italy

23/6/2012

Jerome Graces (France)

73. Paul Emerick (USA)

vs Italy

23/6/2012

Jerome Graces (France)

74. Alesana Tuilagi (Samoa: 7 - 56th min)

vs South Africa

2/6/2013

Pascal Gauzere (France)

75. Bismarck du Plessis (South Africa: 8 - 42nd min)

vs New Zealand

14/9/2013(~)

Romain Poite (France)

76. Sona Taumalolo (Tonga: 7 - 42nd min)

vs France

16/11/2013

Glen Jackson
(New Zealand)

77. Yoann Maestri (France: 11 - 42nd min)

vs Tonga

16/11/2013

Glen Jackson
(New Zealand)

78. Tevita Kuridrani (Australia: 3 - 72nd min)

vs Ireland

16/11/2013

Chris Pollock
(New Zealand)

(-)79. Rabah Slimani (France: 12 - 71st min)

vs Italy

9/2/2014

Jaco Peyper
(South Africa)

(-)80. Michele Rizzo (Italy: 4 - 71st min)

vs France

9/2/2014

Jaco Peyper
(South Africa)

81. Stuart Hogg (Scotland: 2 - 22nd min)

vs Wales

15/3/2014

Jérôme Garces
(France)

82. Ignacio Silva Aninat (Chile)

vs Argentina

25/5/2014

Alejandro Longres
(Uruguay)

83. Jebb Sinclair (Canada 5 - 75nd min)

vs Scotland

14/6/2014

Mike Fraser
(New Zealand)

(*) - Matches in World Cup final stages.
(+) - The first time that three players were sent off in an international and at the same time. Pieter Hendriks (SA) was later suspended on TV evidence for 90 days for kicking in the same international.
(#) - Jenkins is the first substitute to be sent off in an international.
(!) - Sent off for two yellow cards - first card 'set aside' and red card rescinded by disciplinary hearing.
(~) - Sent off after two yellow cards (17th & 42nd minute). The red card was removed from the disciplinary record of Bismarck du Plessis after judicial officer Terry Willis from Australia found that the decision by referee Romain Poite to issue a yellow card as a result of a tackle by Du Plessis on Dan Carster was wrong, as it was within the Laws of the Game. However the second yellow card remained on his record.
(-) - A double red card. Rabah Slimani and Michele Rizzo, two replacement props, swing some punches in a ruck, and drop a headbutt or two, and were both given their marching orders.

Team

The World's Most Played Fixtures
(27/3/1871 - 3/2/2014)

Total

Opponents

Date of First Match

Analysis

149

New Zealand vs Australia

15/8/1903

149-102-41-6-2974-2043

132

England vs Scotland

27/31871 - The First ever Test

132-72-42-18-1522-1119

129

Ireland vs Scotland

19/2/1877

129-58-66-5-1372-1323

126

England vs Ireland

15/2/1875

126-72-46-8-1447-1036

125

England vs Wales

19/2/1881

124-57-56-12-1575-1440

120

Wales vs Ireland

28/1/1882

120-65-49-6-1401-1301

119

Wales vs Scotland

8/1/1883

119-68-48-3-1558-1188

Most Points in a Year (+400)

Total

Country

Tests
played

Average

Year

658

South Africa

17

38.71

2007

644

England

17

37.88

2003

643

Argentina

14

45.93

2003

602

New Zealand

14

43.00

2003

594

New Zealand

12

49.50

2007

568

France

18

31.56

2003

542

England

11

49.27

2001

535

South Africa

13

41.15

1997

523

Australia

14

37.36

2003

514

New Zealand

12

42.83

1995

502

Ireland

16

31.37

2003

495

New Zealand

13

38.08

2010

489

New Zealand

15

32.60

2008

480

France

17

28.24

2007

474

New Zealand

10

47.40

2000

466

New Zealand

14

33.29

2012

456

New Zealand

12

38.00

2011

454

New Zealand

14

32.43

2013

447

New Zealand

12

37.25

2005

447

Wales

12

37.25

2004

447

South Africa

13

34.38

1999

440

Australia

15

29.33

2010

432

Argentina

15

28.8

2012

416

South Africa

12

34.67

2005

410

Australia

12

34.17

2007

408

South Africa

13

31.38

2004

407

Wales

16

25.44

2011

405

Australia

13

31.15

1999

404

South Africa

12

33.67

2013

403

Wales

11

36.64

2001

Most Tries in a Year (+50)

Total

Country

Tests
played

Average

Year

92

Argentina

14

6.57

2003

81

New Zealand

14

5.79

2003

81

South Africa

17

4.76

2007

80

New Zealand

12

6.67

2007

74

South Africa

13

5.69

1997

70

England

11

6.36

2001

68

England

17

4.00

2003

64

Australia

14

4.57

2003

61

New Zealand

12

5.08

1995

60

New Zealand

10
12

6.00
5.00

2000
2011

60

France

18

3.33

2003

59

New Zealand

13

4.54

2010

57

Ireland

16

3.56

2003

56

New Zealand

15

3.73

2008

55

New Zealand

12

4.58

2005

54

Wales

12

4.50

2004

53

Argentina

9

5.89

2004

53

France

16

3.31

1995

52

South Africa

13

4.00

1999

52

Australia

13
12

4.00
4.33

2005
2007

51

Australia

15

3.40

2010

51

France

16

3.19

2007

51

Argentina

15

3.40

2012

51

New Zealand

14

3.64

2013

50

Ireland

10

5.00

2000

50

New Zealand

14

3.57

2012

Drawn Games in Internationals without scoring

Date

Venue and Teams

1878

Oval, London: England vs Scotland

1885

Hampden Park, Glasgow: Scotland vs Wales

1886

Raeburn Place, Edinburgh: Scotland vs England

1887

Llanelli: Wales vs England

1893

Ravenhill, Belfast: Ireland vs Scotland

1896

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs Scotland

1900

Inverleith, Edinburgh: Scotland vs England

1900

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs Scotland

1903

Kimberley Athletic Park, Kimberley, SA: South Africa vs British Lions

1910

Twickenham, London: England vs Ireland

1921

Athletic Park, Wellington (NZ): New Zealand vs South Africa

1930

Twickenham, London: England vs Scotland

1936

Stradey Park, Swansea: Wales vs England

1961

Parc des Princess, Paris: France vs South Africa

1962

Twickenham, London: England vs Wales

1963

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: Ireland vs England

1964

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs New Zealand

-

-

Highest Totals in Drawn Games in Internationals (+20)

Score & Date

Venue and Teams

30 - 2005

Absa Staduim, Durban: South Africa vs France

29 - 2006

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: Wales vs Australia

28 - 2001

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs Wales

27 - 2000

Markham, Canada: Canada vs Ireland

26 - 1997

Twickenham, London: England vs New Zealand

25 - 1983

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: Scotland vs New Zealand

25 - 2005

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: British & Irish Lions vs Argentina

21 - 1921

Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff: Wales vs Ireland

21 - 1985

Ferrocarill Stadium, Buenos Aires: Argentina vs New Zealand

20 - 1987

Lancaster Park, Christchurch: Scotland vs France (RWC)

20 - 1993

King's Park, Durban: South Africa vs France

20 - 2002

Stade de Francais, Paris: France vs New Zealand

20 - 2009

Croke Park, Dublin: Ireland vs Australia

Highest Totals in an International (+100)

164 points

Hong Kong beat Singapore (27/10/1994: Kuala Lumpur) by 164-13
- WORLD CUP.

155 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (7/7/2002: Tokyo) by 155-3
- WORLD CUP.

152 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (1/5/2002: Mendoza) by 152-0.

147 points

Argentina beat Venezuela (1/5/2004: Santiago) by 147-7.

145 points

New Zealand beat Japan (4/6/1995, Bloemfontein) by 145-17

144 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (27/4/2003: Mendoza) by 144-0.

142 points

Australia beat Namibia (25/10/2003, Adelaide) by 142-0

134 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (27/10/1998, Singapore) by 134-6
- WORLD CUP

134 points

England beat Romania (17/11/2001, London) by 134-0

134 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (11/6/2005, East London, SA) by 134-3

134 points

Mauritius beat Swaziland (21/6/2014) by 134-0

132 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (10/5/2014, Nagoya by 132-10 - RWC QUAL 

130 points

Zimbabwe beat Botswana (7/9/1996, Harare) by 130-10

129 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (9/10/2002, Tokyo) by 129-6

121 points

Japan beat Philippines (20/4/2013, Tokyo) by 121-0

120 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (21/7/2002, Tainan) by 120-3
- WORLD CUP

120 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983)

119 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (30/6/2002, Seoul) by 119-7

119 points

Tonga beat Korea (22/3/2003, Teufaiva Stadium, Nuku'alofa) by 119-0
- WORLD CUP

118 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (1998, Bangkok) by 118-3

116 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (1998, Bangkok) by 116-0

116 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983, Suva) by 120-4

116 points

Sweden beat Luxembourg (5/5/2001, Cessange) by 116-3
- RWC

116 points

Namibia beat Madagascar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 116-0
- WORLD CUP

115 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (11/7/2009, Apia) by 115-7
- RWC

114 points

Argentina beat Brazil (2/10/1993, Sao Paolo) by 114-3

114 points

Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei (9/11/1996, Singapore) by 114-12

114 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

113 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (21/8/1969, Suva) by 113-13

112 points

Korea beat Malaysia (5/11/1996, Seoul) by 112-5

112 points

Namibia beat Madagaskar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 112-0
- WORLD CUP

111 points

Zimbabwe beat Nigeria (1/8/1987, Harare) by 111-12

111 points

England beat Uruguay (2/11/2003, Brisbane) by 111-13

111 points

Japan beat UAE (13/5/2011, Dubai) by 111-0

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

110 points

England beat Netherlands (14/11/1998, Huddersfield) by 110-0
- WORLD CUP

109 points

Argentina beat Brazil (9/10/1979, Santiago) by 109-3

108 points

Germany beat Serbia & Montenegro (12/11/2005, Heidelberg) by 108-0
- WORLD CUP

108 points

Mauritius beat Burkino Faso (10/12/2005) by 108-3

108 points

New Zealand beat Portugal (15/9/2007, Lyon, France) by 108-13

107 points

Zambia beat Rwanda (9/9/2003, Lusaka) by 107-9

106 points

England beat USA (21/8/1999, London) by 106-8

106 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

105 points

South Africa beat Namibia (15/8/2007, Cape Town, SA) by 105-13

104 points

Italy beat Czech Republic (18/5/1994, Vianda) by 104-8
- WORLD CUP

104 points

Russia beat Denmark (13/5/2000, Copenhagen) by 104-7

103 points

Argentina beat Brazil (8/10/1989, Montevideo) by 103-0

103 points

Japan beat Malaysia (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 103-9

103 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (24/9/1995, Asuncion) by 103-9

103 points

Hong Kong beat Malaysia (3/11/1996) by 103-5

102 points

Korea beat Malaysia (12/11/1988, Seoul) by 102-0

102 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (16/6/2000, Albany) by 102-0

102 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (21/9/1985, Asuncion) by 102-3

102 points

Wales beat Portugal (17/5/1994, Lisbon) by 102-11
- WORLD CUP

102 points

Italy beat Denmark (1/11/1997, Brescia) by 102-3
- WORLD CUP

102 points

Chili beat Paraguay (3/5/2003, Montevideo) by 102-0

102 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (14/5/2011) by 102-6

101 points

South Africa beat Italy (19/6/1999, Durban) by 101-0

101 points

New Zealand beat Italy (14/10/1999, Huddersfield) by 101-3

101 points

England beat Tonga (15/10/1999, London) by 101-10

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

101 points

New Zealand beat Samoa (3/9/2008, New Plymouth, NZ) by 101-14

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

101 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (15/5/2010) by 101-7

100 points

Romania beat Bulgaria (21/9/1976, Bucharest) by 100-0

100 points

Denmark beat Finland (10/10/1987, Copenhagen) by 100-0

100 points

Uganda beat Burundi (11/9/2003, Entebbe) by 100-0

100 points

Scotland beat Japan (13/11/2004, Perth, Scotland) by 100-8

Biggest Winning Margin in an International (+60)

152 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (1/5/2002: Mendoza) by 152-0

152 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (2002: Tokyo) by 155-3

151 points

Hong Kong beat Singapore (1994: Kuala Lumpur) by 164-13

144 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (27/4/2004: Mendoza) by 144-0

142 points

Australia beat Namibia (2003: Adelaide) by 142-0

140 points

Argentina beat Venezuela (1/5/2004: Santiago) by 147-7

134 points

England beat Romania (2001, London) by 134-0

134 points

Mauritius beat Swaziland (21/6/2014) by 134-0

131 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (2005, East London, SA) by 134-3

128 points

New Zealand beat Japan (1995, Bloemfontein) by 145-17

128 points

Japan beat Taiwan (1998, Singapore) by 134-6

123 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (2002) by 129-6

122 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (10/5/2014) 132-10 - RWC QUAL 

121 points

Japan beat Philippines (20/4/2013, Tokyo) by 121-0

120 points

Zimbabwe beat Botswana (1996) by 130-10

119 points

Tonga beat Korea (21/3/2003, Nuku'alofa) by 119-0

117 points

Japan beat Taiwan (2002, Tainan) by 120-3

116 points

Fiji beat Niue Island (10/9/1983, Suva) by 120-4

116 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (1998, Bangkok) by 116-0

116 points

Namibia beat Madagascar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 116-0

115 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (1998, Bangkok) by 118-3

113 points

Sweden beat Luxembourg (2001, Cessange) by 116-3

112 points

Namibia beat Madagaskar (15/6/2002, Windhoek) by 112-0

112 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (2002, Seoul) by 119-7

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (2/10/1993, San Pablo) by 114-3

111 points

Japan beat UAE (13/5/2011, Dubai) by 111-0

111 points

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

110 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (1969) by 113-13

110 points

England beat Netherlands (1998, Huddersfield) by 110-0

108 points

Germany beat Serbia & Montenegro (12/11/2005, Heidelberg) by 108-0

108 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

108 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (11/7/2009, Apia) by 115-7 - RWC QUAL 

108 points

Hong Kong beat Philippines (26/4/2014) by 108-0 - RWC QUAL 

107 points

Korea beat Malaysia (1996) by 112-5

106 points

Argentina beat Brazil (9/10/1979, Santiago) by 109-3

105 points

Mauritius beat Burkino Faso (10/12/2005) by 108-3

103 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

102 points

Korea beat Malyasia (1988) by 102-0

102 points

Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei (1996) by 114-12

102 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (2000, Albany) by 102-0

102 points

Chili beat Paraguay (2003, Montevideo) by 102-0

101 points

South Africa beat Italy (1999, Durban) by 101-0

101 points

Philippines beat Brunei (2/7/2008) by 101-0

100 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (21/8/1969, Suva) by 113-13

100 points

Romania beat Bulgaria (21/0/1976, Bucharest) by 100-0

100 points

Denmark beat Finland (1987) by 100-0

100 points

Uganda beat Burundi (2003) by 100-0

99 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (21/9/1985, Asuncion) by 102-3

99 points

Zimbabwe beat Nigeria (1987) by 111-12

99 points

Italy beat Denmark (1/11/1997, Brescia) by 102-3
- WORLD CUP

98 points

Hong Kong beat Malaysia (1996) by 103-5

98 points

England beat USA (1999, London) by 106-8

98 points

New Zealand beat Italy (1999, Huddersfield) by 101-3

98 points

England beat Urguay (2003, Brisbane) by 111-13

98 points

Zambia beat Rwanda (2003) by 107-9

98 points

Wales beat Japan (2004, Cardiff) by 98-0

98 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (3/5/2008) by 114-6

97 points

Russia beat Denmark (13/5/2000, Copenhagen) by 104-7

97 points

Romania beat Ukraine (19/3/2005) by 97-0

97 points (*)

Guyana beat St Lucia (10/8/2005, Bridgetown) by 97-0 -  WC QUAL

96 points

Argentina beat Brazil (14/10/1973, Sao Paulo) by 96-0

96 points

Italy beat Czech Republic (1994, Vianda) by 104-8

96 points

Germany beat Luxembourg (27/11/2004, Fritz-Grunebaum, Heidelberg) by 96-0  - WC QUAL

96 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (14/5/2011) by 102-6

95 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (14/10/1973, Sao Paulo) by 98-3

95 points

Brazil beat Costa Rica (2006) by 95-0

95 points

Georgia beat Czech Republic (7/4/2007) by 98-3

95 points

New Zealand beat Portugal (15/9/2007, Lyon, France) by 108-13

94 points

Japan beat Malaysia (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 103-9

94 points

Argentina beat Brazil (8/10/1989, Montevideo) by 103-9

94 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (24/9/1995, Asuncion) by 103-9

94 points

Arabian Gulf beat India (2001, Bahrain, UAE) by 97-3

94 points

Papua New Guinea beat Vanuata (20/8/2005, Port Moresby) by 97-3 - WC QUAL

94 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (15/5/2010) by 101-7

93 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (25/9/1975, Asuncion) by 93-0

93 points

Hong Kong beat Thailand (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 93-0

92 points

Romania beat Portugal (13/4/1996) by 92-0

92 points

Chile beat Venezuela (2004, Santiago) by 95-3

92 points

Scotland beat Japan (2004, Perth, Scotland) by 100-8

92 points

South Africa beat Namibia (2007, Cape Town, South Africa) by 105-13

92 points

India beat Pakistan (14/6/2008, Delhi, India) by 92-0
- WC QUAL

91 points

Wales beat Portugal (1994, Lisbon) by 102-11

91 points

Sweden beat Norway (2000, Vanersborg) by 91-0

91 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (2005, Albany, NZ) by 91-0

91 points

USA beat Barbados (1/7/2006, Steuber Rugby Stadium, Stanford, California) by 91-0

91 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (28/4/2012) by 94-3

90 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (1998) by 93-3

90 points

England beat Tonga (1999, London) by 100-10

90 points

Tonga beat Cook Islands (8/7/2006, Nuku'alofa) by 90-0

90 points

Reunion beat Mayotte (5/7/2008) by 90-0

90 points

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (10/5/2013) by 93-3

89 points

Romania beat Morocco (17/11/1976) by 89-0

89 points

Tonga beat Solomon Islands (1/1/1979) by 92-3

89 points

Scotland beat Ivory Coast (1995, Rustenburg) by 89-0

89 points

Latvia beat Bulgaria (1997, Riga) by 89-0

89 points

Malaysia beat China (31/5/2012) by 89-0

89 points

Japan beat Philippines (3/5/2014) by 99-10 - RWC QUAL 

88 points

Georgia beat Netherlands (3/2/2002, Tblisi) by 88-0

88 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (8/5/2005, Tokyo) by 91-3

88 points

Australia beat Japan (2007, Lyon) by 91-3

87 points

Korea beat Singapore (1994, Kuala Lumpur) by 90-3

87 points

New Zealand beat Samoa (3/9/2008, New Plymouth, NZ) by 101-14

87 points

South Africa beat Namibia (22/9/2011, North Harbour, NZ) by 87-0 - RWC

87 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (28/4/2012, Almaty) by 87-0

87 points

Botswana beat Swaziland (18/6/2014, Gaberone,) by 87-0

86 points

Fiji beat Papua New Guinea (30/8/1979) by 86-0

86 points

Fiji beat Solomon Islands (8/9/1983, Suva) by 86-0

86 points

Papua New Guinea beat Tahiti (1997, Port Moresby) by 92-6

86 points

Cook Islands beat Tahiti (2001, Port Moresby) by 86-0

85 points

Fiji beat Papua New Guinea (23/8/1969) by 88-3

85 points

New Zealand beat Argentina (21/6/1997, Wellington) by 93-8

85 points

Singapore beat India (1998, Singapore) by 85-0

85 points

Switzerland beat Slovenia (17/3/2012) by 85-0

84 points

Thailand beat India (1998, Singapore) by 90-6

84 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (1998, Asuncion) by 93-9

84 points

New Zealand beat Tonga (2003, Brisbane) by 91-7

84 points

Uruguay beat Venezuela (2004, Santiago) by 92-8

83 points

South Africa beat Wales (1998, Pretoria) by 96-13

83 points

Russia beat Germany (2000, Krasnadar) by 89-6

83 points

Italy beat Portugal (7/102006, L'Aquila) by 83-0

83 points

Argentina Jaguars beat Chile (2009) by 89-6

82 points

Scotland beat Spain (1998, Edinburgh) by 85-3

82 points

Australia beat Spain (2001, Madrid) by 92-10

82 points

Australia beat Romania (2003, Brisbane) by 90-8

82 points (*)

Trinidad & Tobago beat St. Lucia (8/8/2005, Georgetown, St. Lucia) by 82-0

82 points

Tonga beat Korea (2007, Auckland) by 85-3

82 points

Japan beat Korea (2007) by 82-0

81 points

Switzerland beat Bulgaria (2000, Pernik) by 90-9

81 points (*)

Barbados beat St Lucia (13/8/2005, Bridgetown) by 81-0

81 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (2004) by 99-18

80 points

Ireland beat USA (2000, Manchester, New Hampshire) by 83-3

80 points

Tonga beat Korea (1/2/2007) by 83-3

80 points

Ivory Coast beat Mauritius (26/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 83-3 - African CAR Championship

79 points

Namibia beat Portugal (31/8/1990) by 88-9

79 points

Kazakstan beat India (2002) by 89-10

78 points

Argentina beat Brazil (1/10/1991, Buenos Aires) by 84-6

78 points

Romania beat Belgium (19/4/1996) by 83-5

78 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (13/9/1997, Corrientes) by 78-0

78 points

England beat Georgia (2003, Perth) by 84-6

78 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (25/4/2009) by 85-7 - RWC QUAL

77 points

Namibia beat Portugal (21/4/1990) by 86-9

77 points

Austria beat Luxembourg (2001, Vienna) by 77-0

77 points

France beat Namibia (2007, Toulouse) by 87-10

77 points

New Zealand beat Romania (2007, Toulouse) by 85-8

77 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (25/4/2009, Osaka) by 87-10-RWC QUAL

77 points

Japan beat Sri Lanka (21/5/2011) by 90-13

76 points

Australia beat England (1998, Brisbane) by 76-0

76 points

Andorra beat Norway (2004) by 76-0

76 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (10/5/2008) by 82-6

76 points

Chile beat Brazil (25/4/2009, Viá del Mar) by 79-3-RWC QUAL

76 points

New Zealand beat Japan (16/9/2011) by 83-7. RWC.

76 points

Qatar beat China (5/6/2013, Petaling Jaya Stadium) by 76-0

75 points

Argentina beat Chile (30/9/1995, Santiago) by 78-3

75 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (2000, Aomori) by 75-0

75 points

Uruguay beat Paraguay (2002: Mendoza) by 81-6.

75 points

Tonga beat Korea (15/3/2003: Seoul) by 75-0.

75 points

Mauritius beat Burundi (13/8/2005) by 75-0

75 points

Chile beat Brazil (25/4/2009) by 78-3 - RWC QUAL

75 points

Hong Kong beat United Arab Emirates (27/4/2012) by 85-10

75 points

Argentina beat Chile (1/5/2013: Montevideo) by 85-10 - RWC QUAL

74 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (29/10/1977, Concepcion) by 77-3

74 points

Australia beat Tonga (1998, Canberra) by 74-0

74 points

Scotland beat Portugal (1998: Edinburgh) by 85-11

74 points

Brazil beat Colombia (13/10/2004, Sao Paulo) by 74-0

74 points

Wales
Beat USA (2005, Connecticut) by 77-3
Beat Namibia (2011, New Plymouth, NZ) by 81-7 - RWC

74 points

Guam beat Brunei (29/6/2008) by 74-0

74 points

Papua New Guiney beat Vanuatu (27/6/2009, Port Moresby) by 86-12 - WC QUAL

74 points

Georgia beat Germany (6/2/2010) by 77-3 - RWC QUAL

74 points

Netherlands beat Belgium (10/5/2010, Verdun) by 74-0

74 points

Morocco beat Niger (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 77-3 - African CAR Championship

74 points

Ivory Coast beat Zambia (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 77-3 - African CAR Championship

73 points

Andorra beat Norway (4/9/2004, Andorra La Vella) by 76-3

73 points

Japan beat Arabian Gulf (16/4/2006, Tokyo) by 82-9

73 points

Kazakstan beat Sri Lanka (2007 by 79-6

72 points

Argentina beat Brazil (13/9/1951: Buenos Aires) by 72-0

72 points

Argentina beat Brazil (25/10/1977: Tucuman) by 78-6

72 points

Wales beat Romania (2001: Cardiff) by 81-9

72 points

Thailand beat Sri Lanka (2002) by 72-0

72 points

Tonga beat Papua New Guinea (6/12/2003: Nuku'alofa) by 84-12.

72 points

Namibia beat Kenya (27/5/2006: Hage Geingob Stadium, Windhoek) by 84-12.

72 points

Slovenia beat Bosnia Herzegovina (2007) by 77-5.

72 points

Lithuania beat Serbia & Montenegro (24/4/2010) by 77-5

72 points

Japan beat Russia (6/11/2010, Tokyo) by 75-3

71 points

Samoa beat South Korea (1990: Tokyo) by 74-3

71 points

South Africa beat Italy (1999, Port Elizabeth) by 74-3

71 points

Paraguay beat Peru (21/6/2008, Asuncion) by 71-0 - RWC QUAL

71 points

Japan beat Korea (16/5/2009, Osaka) by 80-9 - RWC QUAL

71 points

Romania beat Ukraine (31/3/2012) by 71-0 - Six Nations B

71 points

Brazil beat Mexico (20/4/2013, Sao Jose dos Campos) by 76-5

70 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (28/10/1977, Tucuman) by 70-0

70 points

Australia beat Samoa (1994, Sydney) by 73-3

70 points

Romania beat Belgium (1997, Brussels) by 83-13

70 points

Ireland beat Georgia (1998, Dublin) by 70-0

70 points

England beat Canada (2004, London) by 70-0

70 points

Brazil beat Peru (10/10/2004, Sao Paulo) by 73-3

70 points

Spain beat Slovenia (26/3/2005, Ljubljana, Slovenia) by 76-6

70 points

Namibia beat Kenya (27/5/2006, Windhoek) by 82-12

70 points

Venezuela beat Costa Rica (2006) by 70-0

70 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (2007) by 73-3

70 points

Namibia beat Zambia (26/5/2007) by 80-10

70 points

Qatar beat Lebanon (27/4/2012) by 70-0 at the IRB Division 4 HSBC Asian 5 Nations Final - In Dubai

69 points

USA beat Japan (6/7/1996, San Francisco) by 74-5

69 points

Ireland beat Japan (2000, Rome) by 78-9

69 points

Namibia beat Uganda (31/8/2003) by 82-13

69 points

Chinese Taipei beat Pakistan (2007) by 72-3

69 points

Romania beat Czeck Republic (22/3/2008) by 76-7

69 points

Portugal beat Germany (27/2/2010) by 69-0 - WC QUAL

69 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (28/4/2012, Paphos) by 79-10

69 points

Cyprus beat Bulgaria (16/3/2013) by 79-10

68 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (12/10/1989, Montevideo) by 75-7

68 points

Japan beat Arabian Golf (2003, Colombo) by 74-5

68 points

Canada beat Barbados (2006, Bridgetown) by 71-3

68 points

Kenia beat Cameroon (13/7/2008, Nairobi) by 76-8 - WC QUAL

68 points

Uruguay beat Brazil (29/4/2009, Montevideo) by 71-3 - RWC QUAL

68 points

Chile beat Paraguay (17/5/2011) by 71-3

68 points

Portugal beat Brazil (16/11/2013) by 68-0

67 points

Samoa beat Korea (8/4/1990, Tokyo) by 74-7

67 points

Sweden beat Lithuania (1997, Pluge) by 84-17

67 points

Tonga beat Korea (1999) by 82-15

67 points

France beat Fiji (2001) by 77-10

67 points

Australia beat Samoa (2005, Sydney) by 74-7

67 points

Tonga beat Cook Islands (24/6/2006, Rauratonga) by 77-10

67 points

Japan beat Hong Kong (19/5/2012, Tokyo) by 67-0

67 points

Cyprus beat Greece (26/5/2012) by 72-5.

66 points

New Zealand beat Canada (1995, Auckland) by 73-7

66 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (1997, Hamilton) by 71-5

66 points

Russia beat Ukraine (1999) by 71-5

66 points

Namibia beat Germany (17/10/1999) by 79-13

66 points

Luxembourg beat Norway (2000, Cessange) by 78-12

66 points

Japan beat South Korea (2002, Tokyo) by 90-24

66 points

South Africa beat Uruguay (2003, Perth) by 72-6

66 points

Canada beat Barbados (24/6/2006) by 69-3

66 points

Spain beat Belgium (12/5/2010, Metz, Belgium) by 66-0

65 points

Romania beat Belgium (4/10/1997, Brussels) by 83-18

65 points

Georgia beat Ukraine (26/2/2005) by 65-0

65 points

Georgia beat Czeck Republic (12/6/2005) by 75-10

65 points

Korea beat Singapore (25/4/2009, Seoul) by 65-0 - RWC QUAL

64 points

New Zealand beat Italy (1987, Auckland) by 70-6

64 points

South Africa beat Tonga (1997, Cape Town) by 74-10

64 points

Japan beat Chinese Taipei (1998, Bangkok) by 69-5

64 points

Korea beat The Netherlands (1999, Seoul) by 78-14

64 points

Hong Kong beat Philippines (16/4/2011) by 74-10

64 points

England beat Romania (24/9/2011) by 67-3

64 points

Germany beat Czech Republic (5/4/2014) by 76-12

63 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (7/10/1979, Vina del Mar) by 76-13

63 points

Argentina beat Chile (11/10/1993, Buenos Aires) by 70-7

63 points

Russia beat Netherlands (2002, Krasnodar) by 73-10

63 points

New Zealand beat Italy (2003, Melbourne) by 70-7

63 points

Germany beat Austria (34/6/2005, Hohewate Stadium, Vienna) by 69-6

63 points

Brazil beat United Arab Emirates (13/12/2011) by 66-3

63 points

Nigeria beat Mauritius (23/6/2013, Yamoussoukro) by 66-3 - African CAR Championship

62 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (9/9/1951, Buenos Aires) by 62-0

62 points

Georgia beat Bulgaria (23/2/1995) by 70-8

62 points

Russia beat Netherland (2002, Moscow) by 65-3

62 points

New Zealand beat Canada (2003, Melbourne) by 68-6

62 points

New Zealand beat Italy (2007, Marseille) by 76-14

62 points

Israel beat Finland (2/5/2009) by 70-8

62 points

Australia beat USA (23/9/2011) by 67-5

61 points

Argentina beat Paraguay (16/10/1971, Montevideo) by 61-0

61 points

New Zealand beat Fiji (1987, Christchurch) by 74-13

61 points

Romania beat Poland (1998, Bucharest) by 74-13

61 points

Canada beat Namibia (14/10/1999, Toulouse) by 72-11

61 points

Romania beat Spain (2002, Bucharest) by 67-6

61 points

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (18/7/2009, Port Moresby) by 73-12 - RWC QUAL 

61 points

Argentina beat Uruguay (25/5/2011) by 75-14

61 points

Japan beat Kazakstan (7/5/2011) by 61-0

61 points

Qatar beat Uzbekestan (25/4/2012) by 74-13

61 points

Hong Kong beat United Arab Emirates (10/12/2011) by 72-14

61 points

Argentina beat Chile (25/5/2014) by 73-12

60 points

Argentina beat Brazil (12/10/1961, Montevideo) by 60-0

60 points

Ireland beat Romania (1986, Dublin) by 60-0

60 points

Ukraine beat Yugoslavia (1996, Kiev) by 60-0

60 points

Korea beat Chinese Taipei (1998, Singapore) by 81-21

60 points

Italy beat Netherlands (1998, Huddersfield) by 67-7

60 points

Fiji beat Samoa (1996, Suva) by 60-0

60 points

England beat Italy (1999, London) by 67-7

60 points

Spain beat Netherlands (2002, Murcia) by 63-3

60 points

Germany beat Austria (2005, Vienna) by 69-9

60 points

Italy beat Russia (14/10/2006, Moscow) by 67-7

60 points

Argentina beat Namibia (22/9/2007, Marseille) by 63-3

60 points

Georgia beat Spain (12/2/2011) by 60-0

60 points

Cyprus beat Finland (26/3/2011) by 70-10

60 points

Qatar beat Lebanon (27/4/2012) by 60-0

60 points

New Zealand beat Ireland (23/6/2012) by 60-0

60 points

South Africa beat Argentina (17/8/2013) by 73-13

(*) - Trinidad & Tobago (82-0), Guyana (97-0) and Barbados (81-0) scored massive victories in the space of five days over St. Lucia - scoring 260 points to none.

Biggest Points Winning Margin by an International Touring Team

128

Western Samoa beat Marlborough (1993) by 128-0

111

New Zealand beat South Australia (1974) by 117-6

106

British Lions beat Western Australia (2001) by 116-10

103

New Zealand beat Northern New South Wales (1962) by 103-0

102

New Zealand beat Japan XV (1987) by 106-4

99

New Zealand beat South Australia (1984) by 99-0

97

British Lions beat South Western Districts (1974) by 97-0

Most Points in an International Series

Two Matches

175

South Africa (1999) vs Italy in South Africa

155

New Zealand (1997) vs Argentina in New Zealand

117

Wales (2001) vs Japan in Japan

117

New Zealand (2001) vs Argentina in New Zealand

109

New Zealand (1988) vs Argentina in New Zealand

Four Matches

159

New Zealand (1997: Tri-Nations vs Australia/South Africa)

148

South Africa (1997: Tri-Nations vs Australia/New Zealand)

Most Consecutive Test Victories

21

Cyprus (6/9/2008-30/11/2013)

17

New Zealand
18/9/1965 to 14/6/1969
8/6/2013 to 21/6/2014

17

South Africa (23/8/1997 to 28/11/1998)

17

Lithuania (2006-2010)

(*) - New Zealand were unbeaten in 23 consecutive matches between 22/5/1987 and 4/8/1990 - but drew the 11th of these matches vs Australia (16/7/1988 - 19-19 in Brisbane)

Most Consecutive Test Without Defeat

23

New Zealand (22 wins, 1 draw: 22/5/1987 to 4/8/1990)

17

New Zealand (15 wins, 2 draws: 1961 to 1964)

17

Romania (11 wins, 6 draws: 26/5/1961 to 15/11/1964)

17

New Zealand
17 wins: 18/9/1965 to 4/8/1969
17 wins: 8/6/2013 to 21/6/2014

17

South Africa (17 wins: 1997 to 1998)

16

South Africa (15 wins, 1 draw: 1994 to 1996)

15

South Africa (12 wins, 3 draws: 1960 to 1963)

15

Argentina (15 wins: 7/8/1971 to 21/10/1973)

15

New Zealand (15 wins: 9/9/2011 to 29/9/2012)

Longest Losing Run

18

France (between 28/1/1911 and 17/2/1920)

17

Scotland (between 24/2/1951 and 8/1/1955)

Unbeaten International Teams on Long Tours

1891

British team in South Africa: played 19: won 19

1924-'25

New Zealand in Great Britain: played 32: won 32

1974

British Lions in South Africa: played 22: won 21, drew 1

Most Points by a Touring Team

976

New Zealand (1905-'06) in Great Britain, France and Canada (830 in Great Britain alone; 888 in Great Britain and France); only 59 points against them on tour.

Most Tries by a Team in an International (+12)

26

Hong Kong (1994: vs Singapore)

25

Fiji (21/8/1969: vs Solomon Islands)

24

Argentina vs Paragauy
1/5/2002
27/4/2003

23

Japan (6/7/2002: vs Chinese Taipei)

23

Argentina (1/5/2004: vs Venezuela)

22

Australia (2003: vs Namibia)

21

Fiji (10/9/1983: vs Niue Island)

21

New Zealand (1995: vs Japan)

21

South Africa (2005: vs Uruguay)

20

Argentina (8/10/1989: vs Brazil)

20

Japan (27/10/1998: vs Chinese Taipei)

20

England (2001: vs Romania)

20

Japan (2014: vs Sri Lanka)

19

Fiji (18/8/1969: vs Papua New Guinea)

19

Argentina (9/10/1979: vs Brazil)

19

Argentina (21/9/1985: vs Paragauy)

18

Argentina (14/10/1973: vs Paraguay)

18

Argentina (20/10/1973: vs Brazil)

18

Fiji (30/8/1979: vs Papua New Guinea)

18

Argentina (2/10/1993: vs Brazil)

18

Japan (1998: vs Kazakstan)

18

Japan (21/7/2002: vs Chinese Taipei)

18

Japan (1998: vs Sri Lanka)

18

Namibia (15/6/2002: vs Madagaskar)

18

Japan (3/5/2008: vs Arabian Gulf)

18

Japan (20/4/2013: vs Philippines)

17

Romania (17/11/1976: vs Morocco)

17

Argentina (1/10/1991: vs Brazil)

17

Russia (13/5/2000: vs Denmark)

17

Tonga (21/3/2003: vs Korea)

17

England (2003: vs Uruguay)

17

Samoa (11/7/2009: vs Papua New Guiney)

17

Japan (13/5/2011: vs UAE)

17

Argentina beat Brazil (23/5/2012, Santiago) by 111-0

16

Argentina beat Uruguay (9/9/1951, Buenos Aires)

16

Romania (21/10/1951: vs East Germany)

16

Fiji (8/9/1983: vs Solomon Islands)

16

Namibia (21/4/1990: vs Portugal)

16

Wales (1994: vs Portugal)

16

Wales (1994: vs Czech Republic)

16

Argentina (24/9/1995: vs Paragauy)

16

Italy (1997: vs Denmark)

16

England (1998: vs Netherlands)

16

England (1999: vs USA)

16

Georgia (7/4/2007: vs Czech Republic)

16

New Zealand (2007: Portugal)

16

Japan beat United Arab Emirates (5/5/2012, Fukuoka) by 106-3

15

Argentina (25/9/1975: vs Paraguay)

15

Papua New Guinea (1997: vs Tahiti)

15

Latvia (1997: vs Bulgaria)

15

South Africa (1998: vs Wales)

15

South Africa (1999: vs Italy)

15

New Zealand (2000: vs Tonga)

15

Scotland (2004: vs Japan)

15

New Zealand (2005: vs Fiji)

15

Romania (19/3/2005: vs Ukraine)

15

South Africa (2007: vs Namibia)

15

New Zealand (2008: vs Samoa)

15

Japan (15/5/2010: vs Kazakstan)

15

Japan (10/5/2013: vs United Arab Emirates)

15

Japan (3/5/2014013: vs Philippines)

14

Argentina (12/10/1961: vs Brazil)

14

Romania (16/4/1978: vs Spain)

14

Argentina (7/10/1989: vs Paragauy)

14

New Zealand (1997: vs Argentina)

14

Thailand (1998: vs India)

14

New Zealand (1999: vs Italy)

14

Georgia (3/2/2002: vs Netherlands)

14

Wales (2004: vs Japan)

14

Tonga (8/7/2006: vs Cook Islands)

13

England (1881: vs Wales)

13

South Africa (1907: vs France)

13

Argentina (16/10/1971: vs Paraguay)

13

New Zealand (1993: vs USA)

13

France (1924: vs Romania)

13

Romania (1976: vs Bulgaria)

13

Argentina (25/10/1977: vs Brazil)

13

Australia (1987: vs South Korea)

13

France (1987: vs Zimbabwe)

13

Samoa (8/4/1990: vs Korea)

13

Scotland (1995: vs Ivory Coast)

13

Romania (1997: vs Belgium)

13

Singapore (1998: vs India)

13

Korea (1998: vs Taiwan)

13

Scotland (1998: vs Portugal)

13

Scotland (1998: vs Spain)

13

England (1999: vs Tonga)

13

Namibia (17/10/1999: vs Germany)

13

Ireland (2000: vs USA)

13

Australia (2001: vs Spain)

13

Japan (2002: vs South Korea)

13

Australia (2003: vs Romania)

13

New Zealand (2003: vs Tonga)

13

Tonga (24/6/2006: vs Cook Islands)

13

USA (1/7/2006: vs Barbados)

13

Italy (2006: vs Portugal)

13

Tonga beat Korea (10/2/2007, Auckland)

13

Australia beat Japan (2007, Lyon)

13

France beat Namibia (2007, Toulouse)

13

New Zealand beat Romania (2007, Toulouse)

13

Samoa beat Papua New Guiney (18/7/2009)

13

New Zealand (16/9/2011: vs Japan)

13

Japan beat Kazakstan (28/4/2012, Almaty) by 87-0

13

Argentina beat Chile (1/5/2013, Montevideo) by 82-10

12

Scotland (1887: vs Wales)

12

Fiji (1963: vs Samoa)

12

New Zealand (1987: vs Italy)

12

New Zealand (1987: vs Fiji)

12

Australia (1990: vs USA)

12

South Africa
1997: vs Tonga
2003: vs Uruguay
22/9/2011: vs Namibia - RWC

12

Australia
1991: vs Wales
2005: vs Samoa

12

Argentina (11/10/1969: vs Chile)

12

Argentina vs Brazil
12/10/1971
27/9/1975

12

Argentina vs Paraguay
29/10/1977
13/9/1997

12

Romania (1998: vs Poland)

12

Tonga (1999: vs Korea)

12

France (2001: vs Fiji)

12

Tonga
2002: vs Papua New Guinea
2003: vs Korea
2006: vs Cook Islands

12

England
2003: vs Georgia
2004: vs Canada

12

Namibia
2006: vs Kenya
2007: vs Zambia

12

Wales: 2011: vs Namibia

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