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Australia - Statistics


Australia - Statistics
(as at 24/3/2014)

Founded: 1899
Chairman: Michael Hawker
President: David Crombie
CEO: John O'Neill
Address: PO Box 188, North Sydney 2060, New South Wales
Website:
www.rugby.com.au
E-mail:
aru@rugby.com.au 
Coach: Ewen McKenzie
Assistant Coaches: Jim Williams, Michael Foley
Manager: Dr. Brett Robinson
Office Contact:Maeve Moriarty; e-mail: maeve.moriarty@rugby.com.au
Captains: David Pocock, Will Genia, Nathan Sharpe
Colours: Green and Gold
No. of clubs: 767
Referees: 7566
No. of players:
297389
World Cup Champions: 1991, 1999; FINALISTS: 2003; BRONZE MEDALISTS: 2011.
Tri-Nations Champions: 2000, 2001, 2011

INDEX

1. Australian Test Teams and Pointscorers - 2013
2. Players Overall Test Statistics - 2013
3. Players Rugby Championship Statistics - 2011
4. Australian RWC Statistics Statistics - 2013
5. Match Results - 2007-2014
6. Match Summary - 2000-2014
7. World Cup Results - 1987-2015
8. Summary World Cup - 1987-2015
9. Australia's Overall Test Record Against all Countries
10. Players Test Profiles
11.
Australian International Records

Pld = Matches Played
PF = Points For
PA = Points Against
PD = Points Difference
TF = Tries For
TA = Tries Against
t = tries;
c = conversions
d = dropped goals
p = penalties;
pt = penalty tries

1. AUSTRALIAN TEST TEAMS and POINT SCORERS - 2013

Date>

22/06

29/06

06/07

17/08

24/08

07/09

14/09

28/09

05/10

19/10

02/11

09/11

16/11

23/11

30/11

Opponents>

Lions

Lions

Lions

NZ

NZ

SA

Arg

SA

Arg

NZ

Eng

Italy

Ire

Scot

Wal

Venue>

Bris

Mel

Syd

Syd

Well

Bris

Perth

CTown

Rosa

Dune

Lond

Rome

Dubl

Edin

Card

Halftime>

12-13

9-12

10-19

19-25

6-15

6-16

14-3

3-23

25-10

19-30

13-6

19-10

15-12

13-12

17-16

Result>

21-23

16-15

16-41

29-47

16-27

12-38

14-13

8-28

54-17

33-41

13-20

50-20

32-15

21-15

30-26

Tries>

2-2

1-0

1-4

2-6

1-2

0-4

1-1

1-3

7-2

3-4

1-2

7-3

4-0

2-0

3-2

League Points>

-

-

-

0-5

0-4

0-5

4-1

0-4

5-0

-

-

-

-

-

-

Cup>

Tom
Ri-
chards

Tom
Ri-
chards

Tom
Ri-
chards

Bledis
loe-1

Beldis
loe-2

Man
dela

-

Man
dela

-

Beldis
loe-3

Cook
Cup

-

Lans-
downe
Cup

Hope-
toun
Cup

-

Name......................

-

-

-

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

EOY1

EOY2

EOY3

EOY4

EOY5

-

................................

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

-

Berrick Barnes
(NSW: 50 tests)

15
(so)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Israel Folau
(NSW:Debutant)

14
(2t)

14

14
(so)

14

14
(1t)

15

15
(1t)

15
(so)

15
(3t)

15

15

15
(1t)

15

15
(1t)

15
(1t)

Adam Ashley-Cooper
(NSW: 77 tests)

13
(so)

13
(1t/so)

13

13

13
(so)

13

13

13

14
(1t)

14
(1t)

14

14 (1t
/so)

14
(so)

-

13

Christian Lealiifano
(ACT: Debutant)

12
(injur)

12
(1c3p)

12
(1c3p)

12
(2c5p)

12
(1c3p)

12
(4p/so)

12
(3p)

12
(1p)

12 (2c
2p/
Injur)

-

22

22
(r10/
2c1p)

22
(r10)

13
(1c3p)

13(1t3c
3p/so)

Digby Ioane
(Queens: 34 tests)

11

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

James O'Connor
(Rebels: 37 tests)

10
(1c1p)

10

10
(1t)

11
(1t)

11
(-)

11

14

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Will Genia
(Queens: 41 tests)

9

9

9
(so)

9
(1t/so)

9
(so)

9
(c/so)

21

21
(r9)

9
(so)

9
(50th)

9
(so)

9
(so)

9
(so)

9
(so)

9

Wycliff Palu
(NSW: 46 tests)

8

8
(so)

8
(so)

-

Injur

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Michael Hooper
(NSW: 13 tests)

7

7

21
(r7)

7
(bl)

7

7 (YEL
/so)

7

7
(YEL)

7

7

7

7
(so)

7 (2t/
YEL/
so)

7

7

Ben Mowen
(ACT: Debutant)

6

6

6

8
(so)

8
(so)

8
(so)

8
(c)

8

8

6

8
(c)

8
(c/1t)

8
(c)

8
(c)

8
(c/so)

James Horwill
(Queens: 35 tests)

5
(c)

5
(c)

5
(c)

5
(c)

5
(c/-)

Injur

-

5
(c)

5
(c/so)

5
(c/so)

5

5

5
(so)

5
(so)

5
(so)

Kane Douglas
(NSW: 6 tests)

4
(so)

4
(so)

4
(so)

-

19
(r4)

5

5
(so)

-

-

-

19
(r4)

-

-

-

19
(r5)

Ben Alexander
(ACT: 48 tests)

3
(so)

3(50th
/so)

3(YEL
/so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

18
(r3)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

-

17
(r3)

18
(r3)

Stephen Moore
(ACT: 76 tests)

2

2

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(bl/so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

Benn Robinson
(NSW: 56 tests)

1
(so)

1

1
(so)

-

-

-

-

17
(r1)

17(RY
-6/r1
/1t)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

-

17
(r1)

Saia Fainga'a
(Queens: 18 tests)

16

16

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16(bl-2
/r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

-

16
(r2)

-

James Slipper
(Queens: 34 tests)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

1
(so)

1
(injur)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1(YEL
/so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1

1
(so)

Sekope Kepu
(NSW: 23 tests)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3
(so)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3
(so)

Rob Simmons
(Queens: 23 tests)

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

19
(r4)

4

4
(so)

4
(bl)

4

4
(so)

4
(YEL)

4

-

6

4
(so)

4
(YEL)

4

Liam Gill
(NSW: 8 tests)

20
(r22)

20
(r8)

-

20
(r6)

20
(r8)

20
(r7)

-

-

-

-

-

20
(r7)

20
(r7)

-

-

Nick Phipps
(Rebels: 12 tests)

21
(r9)

21

21
(r9)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

-

Pat McCabe
(ACT: 19 tests)

22(r12
/injur)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Kurtley Beale
(Rebels: 36 tests)

23(r15
/2p)

15

15

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Joe Tomane
(ACT: 1 test)

-

11

11

-

-

-

-

11
(so)

11
(1t)

-

-

23
(r14
/1t)

23
(r14)

14

14
(1t/so)

Rob Horne
(NSW: 14 tests)

-

22
(r13)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jesse Mogg
(ACT: Debutant)

-

23

23
(r14)

15
(so)

15

23

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

George Smith
(ACT: 110 tests)

-

-

7
(bl/so)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ben McCalman
(WForce: 21 tests)

-

-

20
(r8)

-

-

19(bl-4
/r8)

20
(r6)

20
(r6)

20
(r6)

8
(so)

20
(r6)

-

-

20
(r6)

-

Matt Toomua
(Brumbies: Debutant)

-

-

-

10
(so)

10
(so)

22
(r12)

22
(r10)

22
(r15)

22
(r12)

12
(1t)

12
(1t)

12

12

-

-

Hugh McMeniman
(WForce: 21tests)

-

-

-

6
(so)

shoul-
der

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Scott Sio
(Brumbies: Debutant)

-

-

-

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Scott Fardy
(Brumbies: Debutant)

-

-

-

19 (bl-7
/r8)

6

6

6
(so)

6
(so)

6(YR-
so/so)

-

6
(so)

-

6

6
(so)

6

Nic White
(Brumbies: Debutant)

-

-

-

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

9

9
(so)

21
(r9)

21

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21

Quade Cooper
(Reds: 38 tests)

-

-

-

22
(r10)

22
(r10)

10

10
(so)

10

10 (1c
1p/so)

10 (3c
3p1d)

10
(1c2p)

10 (4c
/so)

10(1t
3c2p/
so)

10

10
(YEL)

Tevita Kuridrani
(Brumbies: Debutant)

-

-

-

23
(r15)

23
(r13)

-

23

13

13

13
(1t)

13

13

13
(RED)

-

-

Nick Cummins
(WForce: 6 tests)

-

-

-

-

-

14

11

-

-

-

11

11
(2t)

11
(1t)

-

11

Jake Schatz
(Reds: Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

Injur

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sitaleki Timani
(NSW: 10 Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

19
(r5)

19 (r4/
YEL)

19
(r5)

19
(r5)

4
(so)

4
(so)

19
(r5)

19
(r5)

-

Chris Feauai-Sautia
(Reds:  Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

23 (r11
/1t)

-

-

-

-

-

11
(1t)

-

Bernard Foley
(NSW:  Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

23(r10
/1t2c)

23
(r11)

23

-

-

23

23
(14)

Peter Betham
(NSW:  Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

11
(so)

-

-

-

-

-

Dave Dennis
(NSW: 15 Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20
(r8)

-

19
(r4)

-

-

20
(8)

Mike Harris
(Reds: 8 Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

22

-

-

-

12

22
(12)

Tatafu Polota-Nau
(NSW: 44 Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16
(r2)

-

16
(r2)

Paddy Ryan
(:  Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

18
(r3)

18

-

-
(:  Tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

REFEREE>>>

Chris
Pol-
lock
(NZ)

Craig
Jou-
bert
(SA)

Ro-
main
Poite
(Fr)

Craig Joubert
(SA -
44th)

Jaco
Peyper
(SA -
11th)

Geor-
ge
Clan-
cy
(Ire)

Nigel
O-
wens
(Wal)

Jéró-
me
Gar-
ces
(Fra -
14th)

Way-
ne
Bar-
nes
(Eng
48th)

Craig Joubert
(SA -
45th)

George
Clancy
(Ire-
33rd)

Glen
Jack-
son
(NZ -
3rd)

Chris
Pol-
lock
(NZ,
14th)

Jaco
Peyper
(SA -
14th)

Wayne
Barnes
(Eng -
50th)

Ire - Ireland; Wal - Wales; Ton - Tonga; NZ - New Zealand; Aus - Australia; Fr - France; Eng - England; Nam - Namibia;
SA - South Africa; Sam - Samoa; USA - United States of America; Scot - Scotland; Rus - Russia; RC - Rugby Championship
ca - Captain; r - Replacement for; s-o: sub off; inj - Injured; bl - blood; YEL - Yellow Card; R - Red Card;
EoY - End of the Year Tour; Bled - Bledisloe; RC - Rugby Championship; Man - Mandela Plate; con - concussion

Back to Index

2. PLAYERS OVERALL TEST STATISTICS - 2013
Most Points in 2012: 110 - Berrick Barnes
Most Tries in 2012: 2 - Nick Cummins, Scott Higginbotham, Rob Horne, Digby Ioane, Pat McCabe

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Christian Lealiifano

1

13

31

0

124

Quade Cooper

1

12

8

1

56

Israel Folau

10

0

0

0

50

Adam Ashley-Cooper

4

0

0

0

20

Nick Cummins

3

0

0

0

15

Chris Feauai-Sautia

2

0

0

0

10

Michael Hooper

2

0

0

0

10

Tevita Kuridrani

2

0

0

0

10

James O'Connor

2

1

1

0

15

Joe Tomane

3

0

0

0

15

Matt Toomua

2

0

0

0

10

Bernard Foley

1

2

0

0

9

Kurley Beale

0

0

2

0

6

Will Genia

1

0

0

0

5

Ben Mowen

1

0

0

0

5

Benn Robinson

1

0

0

0

5

-

0

0

0

0

0

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

Back to Index

3. PLAYERS RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP STATISTICS - 2013
Most Points in 2012: 40 - Berrick Barnes
Most Tries in 2012: 2 - Digby Ioane

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Christiaan Lealiifano

0

5

18

0

64

Israel Folau

5

0

0

0

25

Bernard Foley

1

2

0

0

9

Adam Ashley-Cooper

1

0

0

0

5

Quade Cooper

0

1

1

0

5

Chris Feauai-Sautia

1

0

0

0

5

Will Genia

1

0

0

0

5

James O'Connor

1

0

0

0

5

Benn Robinson

1

0

0

0

5

Joe Tomane

1

0

0

0

5

-

0

0

0

0

0

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

Back to Index  

4. AUSTRALIAN RWC STATISTICS - 2011

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

James O'Connor

1

13

7

0

52

Berrick Barnes

3

4

0

1

26

Adam Ashley-Cooper

5

0

0

0

25

Drew Mitchell

3

0

0

0

15

Quade Cooper

0

2

2

1

13

Anthony Faingaa

2

0

0

0

10

Ben McCalman

2

0

0

0

10

David Pocock

2

0

0

0

10

Ben Alexander

1

0

0

0

5

Kurtley Beale

1

0

0

0

5

Rocky Elsom

1

0

0

0

5

Rob Horne

1

0

0

0

5

James Horwill

1

0

0

0

5

Digby Ioane

1

0

0

0

5

Salesi Ma'afu

1

0

0

0

5

Pat McCabe

1

0

0

0

5

Stephen Moore

1

0

0

0

5

Radike Samo

1

0

0

0

5

T - Tries scored; C - Conversions; P - Penalties; D - Drop goals

-

Back to Index

5. MATCH RESULTS - 2007-2014

Date

Opponent

Venue

Competition

H/Time

Result

Tries

League pts

2014

7/6/2014

France

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

June International-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

14/6/2014

France

AAMI Park, Melbourne

June International-2

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

21/6/2014

France

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

June International-3

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

16/8/2014

N.Zealand

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

23/8/2014

N. Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

6/9/2014

S. Africa

Patersons Stadium, Perth

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

13/6/2014

Argentina

Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

27/9/2014

S. Africa

Newlands, Cape Town

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

4/10/2014

Argentina

Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

22/11/2014

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin

End of the Year-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

29/11/2014

England

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

0

2013

22/6/2013

B & I Lions

Lang Park, Brisbane

Tom Richards Cup-1

12-13

21-23

2-2

-

29/6/2013

B & I Lions

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

Tom Richards Cup-2

9-12

16-15

1-0

-

6/7/2013

B & I Lions

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Tom Richards Cup-3

10-19

16-41

1-4

-

17/8/2013

New Zealand

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

19-25

29-47

2-6

0

24/8/2013

New Zealand

Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

6-15

16-27

1-2

0

7/9/2013

South Africa

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Rugby Champ/Mandela

6-16

12-38

0-4

0

14/9/2013

Argentina

Nib Stadium, Perth

Rugby Championship

14-3

14-13

1-1

4

28/9/2013

South Africa

DHL Newlands, Cape Town

Rugby Champ/Mandela

3-23

8-28

1-3

0

5/10/2013

Argentina

Gigante de Arroyita, Rosario

Rugby Championship

25-10

54-17

7-2

5

19/10/2013

New Zealand

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

EOY: 1 - Bledisloe Cup

19-30

33-41

3-4

-

2/11/2013

England

Twickenham, London

EOY: 2 - Cook Cup

13-6

13-20

1-2

-

9/11/2013

Italy

Rome

EOY: 3

19-10

50-20

7-3

-

16/11/2013

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin

EOY: 4 - Landowne Cup

15-12

32-15

4-0

-

23/11/2013

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

EOY: 5 - Hopetoun Cup

13-12

21-15

2-0

-

30/11/2013

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

EOY: 6

17-16

30-26

3-2

-

2012

2/6/2012

Scotland

Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle

June International

3-6

6-9

0-0

-

9/6/2012

Wales

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

James Bevan

10-3

27-19

3-1

-

16/6/2012

Wales

AAMI Park, Melbourne

James Bevan

13-7

25-23

1-2

-

23/6/2012

Wales

Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney

James Bevan

12-9

20-19

1-1

-

18/8/2012

New Zealand

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

10-18

19-27

1-2

0

25/8/2012

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland:

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

0-9

0-22

0-1

0

8/9/2012

South Africa

Subiaco Oval, Perth

Rugby ChampMandela

6-13

26-19

2-1

4

15/9/2012

Argentina

Skilled Park, Gold Coast

Rugby Championship

3-6

23-19

2-2

4

29/9/2012

South Africa

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

Rugby Champ/Mandela

3-14

8-31

1-5

0

6/10/2012

Argentina

Gigante de Arroyita, Rosario

Rugby Championship

15-9

25-19

1-1

4

20/10/2012

New Zealand

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Bledisloe

12-6

18-18

0-0

-

10/11/2012

France

Stade de France, Paris

End-of-the-Year-1

6-16

6-33

0-3

-

17/11/2012

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

End-of-the-Year-2

11-14

20-14

1-1

-

24/11/2012

Italy

Florence

End-of-the-Year-3

22-6

22-19

1-1

-

1/12/2012

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End-of-the-Year-4
James Bevan

9-6

14-12

1-0

-

2011

17/7/2011

Samoa

ANZ Stadium, Sydney:

Test

0-0

23-32

2-4

-

23/7/2011

South Africa

ANZ Stadium, Sydney:

3Nations/Mandela

15-6

39-20

5-2

5

6/8/2011

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland:

3Nations/Bledisloe

0-17

14-30

2-3

0

13/8/2011

South Africa

King's Park, Durban:

3Nations/Mandela

0-6

14-9

1-0

4

27/8/2011

New Zealand

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane:

3Nations/Bledisloe

20-3

25-20

3-2

4

26/11/2011

Barbarians

Twickenham, London

Non-test

18-3

60-11

8-1

-

3/12/2011

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

James Bevan/EoY-1

3-6

24-18

3-2

-

2010

5/6/2010

Fiji

Canberra

Test

14-3

49-3

7-0

-

12/6/2010

England

Perth

1st Test/Cook

14-0

27-17

3-2

-

19/6/2010

England

Sydney

2nd Test/Cook

13-15

20-21

2-2

-

26/6/2010

Ireland

Brisbane

Test/Lansdowne

16-15

22-15

2-0

-

24/7/2010

South Africa

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

3Nations/Mandela1

17-3

30-13

2-2

4

31/7/2010

New Zealand

Melbourne

3-Nations/Bledisloe1

14-32

28-49

3-7

0

7/8/2010

New Zealand

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

3-Nations/Bledisloe2

10-17

10-20

1-2

1

28/8/2010

South Africa

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

3-Nations/Mandela2

28-24

31-44

4-5

0

4/9/2010

South Africa

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

3-Nations/Mandela3

31-13

41-39

5-3

5

11/9/2010

New Zealand

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

3-Nations/Bledisloe3

14-6

22-23

2-2

1

30/10/2010

New Zealand

Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong

Bledisloe4

12-17

26-24

4-3

-

6/11/2010

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 14:30

Test

7-6

25-16

3-1

-

9/11/2010

Leicester

Welford Road, Leicester

Non-Test

13-12

26-15

2-1

Non-Test

13/11/2010

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

Cook Cup Test

6-16

18-35

2-2

-

16/11/2010

Munster

Thomond Park, Limerick

Non-Test

6-6

6-15

0-0

Non-Test

20/11/2010

Italy

Firenze

Test

13-9

32-14

2-1

-

27/11/2010

France

Stade de France, Paris

Test

13-13

59-16

7-1

-

2009

6/6/2009

Barbarians

Sydney Footbal Stadium, Sydney

Non-Test

20-7

55-7

8-1

-

13/6/2009

Italy

Canberra Stadium, Canberra

1st Test

17-3

31-8

5-1

-

20/6/2009

Italy

Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

2nd Test

20-6

34-12

5-0

-

27/6/2009

France

Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney

Test

10-3

22-6

1-0

-

18/7/2009

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

3-Nations/Bledisloe1

13-10

16-22

1-1

1

8/8/2009

South Africa

Newlands, Cape Town

3Nations/Mandela1

10-23

17-29

2-1

0

22/8/2009

New Zealand

Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney

3-Nations/Bledisloe2

12-3

18-19

0-1

1

29/8/2009

South Africa

Subiaco Oval, Perth

3Nations/Mandela2

6-22

25-32

3-4

1

5/9/2009

South Africa

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

3Nations/Mandela3

9-6

21-6

2-0

4

19/9/2009

New Zealand

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

3-Nations/Bledisloe3

6-16

6-33

0-3

0

31/10/2009

New Zealand

National Stadium, Tokyo

Bledisloe4-EoY-1

16-13

19-32

1-2

-

3/11/2009

Gloucester

Kingsholm, Gloucester

Mid-week

17-5

36-5

5-1

Non-Test

7/11/2009

England

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-2

5-9

18-9

2-0

-

15/11/2009

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin

Lansdowne Cup-EoY-3

10-6

20-20

2-2

-

22/11/2009

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End-of-the-Year-4

3-3

8-9

1-0

-

24/11/2009

Cardiff Blues

Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff

Mid-week

17-3

31-3

4-0

Non-Test

28/11/2009

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End-of-the-Year-5

23-12

33-12

4-0

-

2008

14/6/2008

Ireland

Telstra Dome, Melbourne: 12:05

Test

15-7

18-12

2-2

-

28/6/2008

France

ANZ Stadium, Sydney: 12:05

1st Des Bicentenaries

10-6

34-13

4-1

-

5/7/2008

France

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane: 12:05

2nd Des Bicentenaries

19-3

40-10

4-1

-

19/7/2008

South Africa

Subiaco Oval, Perth: 12:05

Tri-Nations/Mandela

5-3

16-9

2-0

4

26/7/2008

New Zealand

ANZ Stadium, Sydney: 12:05

Tri-Nations/Bledisloe

17-12

34-19

4-3

5

2/8/2008

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland: 09:35

Tri-Nations/Bledisloe

10-21

10-39

1-4

0

23/8/2008

South Africa

Absa Stadium, Durban: 15:00

Tri-Nations/Mandela

10-0

27-15

3-2

4

30/8/2008

South Africa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg: 15:00

Tri-Nations/Mandela

3-27

8-53

1-8

0

13/9/2008

New Zealand

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane: 12:05

Tri-Nations/Bledisloe

10-7

24-28

3-4

1

1/11/2008

New Zealand

So Kon Po Stadium, Hong Kong: 10:30

Bledisloe/EoY-1

14-9

14-19

2-2

-

8/11/2008

Italy

Stadio Flaminio, Rome

End-of-the-Year-2

14-14

30-20

2-1

-

15/11/2008

England

Twickenham, London

Cook/EoY-3

12-11

28-14

1-1

-

22/11/2008

France

Paris

3rd Des Bicentenaries/EoY-4

10-7

18-13

2-1

-

29/11/2008

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

James Bevan/EoY-5

10-15

18-21

2-2

-

3/12/2008

Barbarians

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-6

13-6

18-11

2-1

Non-Test

2007

26/5/2007

Wales

Sydney

James Bevan-1

12-17

29-23

4-2

-

2/6/2007

Wales

Brisbane

James Bevan-2

6-0

31-0

3-0

-

9/6/2007

Fiji

Perth

Test

30-0

49-0

8-0

-

16/6/2007

South Africa

Cape Town

Tri-Nations/Mandela

16-10

19-22

1-1

1

30/6/2007

New Zealand

Melbourne

Tri-Nations/Bledisloe

6-15

20-15

2-2

4

7/7/2007

South Africa

Sydney

Tri-Nations/Mandela

10-17

25-17

3-2

4

21/7/2007

New Zealand

Auckland

Tri-Nations/Bledisloe

9-12

12-26

0-1

0

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6. TEST MATCH SUMMARY - 2000-2014

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

PD

Tries F

Tries A

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs France

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs England (Cook Cup)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs Ireland

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rugby Championship

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs New Zealand (Bledisloe)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs South Africa (Mandela)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs Argentina

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rugby Championship TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL: 2014

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2013

15

7

8

0

365

386

-21

36

35

2012

14

8

5

1

237

284

-47

15

22

2011

13

9

4

0

350

224

126

44

20

2010

15

9

6

0

440

349

91

51

33

2009

14

6

7

1

288

249

39

29

16

2008

14

9

5

0

319

285

34

33

32

2007

12

9

3

0

410

156

254

52

12

2006

13

7

5

1

351

240

111

40

22

2005

13

5

8

0

386

302

84

52

28

2004

12

9

3

0

325

217

108

40

19

2003

14

9

5

0

523

235

288

64

22

2002

10

6

4

0

242

187

55

24

16

2001

11

6

4

1

299

199

100

28

16

2000

10

8

2

0

300

184

116

31

14

TOTAL

180

107

69

4

4835

3497

1338

539

307

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7. WORLD CUP RESULTS - 1987-2015

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Tries

1987

New Zealand and Australia

23/5/1987

England

Concord Oval, Sydney

19-6

2-1

31/5/1987

USA

Ballymore, Brisbane

47-12

8-1

3/6/1987

Japan

Concord Oval, Sydney

42-23

8-3

7/6/1987

Ireland

Concord Oval, Sydney - Quarter-final

33-15

4-2

13/6/1987

France

Concord Oval, Sydney - Semi-final

24-30

2-4

18/6/1987

Wales

Rotorua International Stadium - Third place playoff

21-22

2-3

1991

Britain and France

4/10/1991

Argentina

Stradey Park, Llanelli

32-19

5-2

9/10/1991

Samoa

Pontypool Park, Pontypool

9-3

0-0

12/10/1991

Wales

Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff

38-3

6-0

20/10/1991

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin - Quarter-final

19-18

3-1

27/10/1991

New Zealand

Lansdowne Road, Dublin - Semi-final

16-6

2-0

2/11/1991

England

Twickenham, London - FINAL

12-6

1-0

1995

South Africa

25/5/1995

South Africa

Newlands, Cape Town

18-27

2-2

31/5/1995

Canada

Boet Erasmus Stadium, Port Elizabeth

27-11

3-1

3/6/1995

Romania

Danie Craven Stadium, Stellenbosch

42-3

6-0

11/6/1995

England

Newlands, Cape Town - Quarter-final

22-25

1-1

1999

Britain and France

3/10/1999

Romania

Ravenhill, Belfast

57-9

9-0

10/10/1999

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin

23-3

2-0

14/10/1999

USA

Thomond Park, Limerick

55-19

8-1

23/10/1999

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - Quarter-final

24-9

3-0

30/10/1999

South Africa

Twickenham, London - Semi-final

27-21 (*)

0-0

6/11/1999

France

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - FINAL

35-12

2-0

(*) - Won after extra time

2003

Australia

10/10/2003

Argentina

Telstra Stadium, Sydney

24-8

2-1

18/10/2003

Romania

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

90-8

13-1

25/10/2003

Namibia

Adelaide Stadium, Adelaide

142-0

22-0

1/11/2003

Ireland

Telstra Dome, Melbourne

17-16

1-1

8/11/2003

Scotland

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane - Quarter-final

33-16

3-1

15/11/2003

New Zealand

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Semi-final

22-10

1-1

22/11/2003

England

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - FINAL

17-20

1-1

2007

Group B

France & Britain

8/9/2007

Japan

Lyon

91-3

13-0

15/9/2007

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

32-20

4-2

23/9/2007

Fiji

Montpellier

55-12

7-2

29/9/2007

Canada

Bordeaux

37-6

6-0

6/10/2007

England

Marseille: Quarter-final-1

10-12

1-0

2011

Group C

New Zealand & Local Kick-off Time

11/9/2011

Italy

North Harbour (15:30)

32-6

4-0

17/9/2011

Ireland

Eden Park, Auckland (20:30)

6-15

0-0

23/9/2011

USA

WestPac Stadium, Wellington (20:30)

67-5

11-1

01/10/2011

Russia

Nelson (15:30)

68-22

10-3

08/10/2011

South Africa

Regional Stadium, Wellington: Quarter-final-3 (18:00)

11-9

1-0

16/10/2011

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland: Semi-final-1 (21:00)

6-20

0-1

21/10/2011

Wales

Eden Park, Auckland: 3rd/4th PLAYOFF (20:30)

21-18

2-2

2015

Group A

England

23/9/2015

Oceania 1

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

0-0

0-0

27/9/2015

Play-off Winner

Villa Park, Birmingham

0-0

0-0

3/10/2015

England

Twickenham, London

0-0

0-0

10/10/2015

Wales

Twickenham, London

0-0

0-0

17/10/2015

-

: Quarter final

0-0

0-0

24/10/2015

-

: Semi final

0-0

0-0

31/10/2015

-

: FINAL

0-0

0-0

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8. SUMMARY WORLD CUP - 1987-2015

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

1987

6

4

2

0

186

108

26

14

1991

6

6

0

0

126

55

17

3

1995

4

2

2

0

109

66

12

4

1999

6

6

0

0

221

73

24

1

2003

7

6

1

0

345

78

43

6

2007

5

4

1

0

225

53

31

4

2011

7

5

2

0

211

95

28

7

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

41

33

8

0

1423

528

181

39

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9. AUSTRALIA'S OVERALL TEST RECORD AGAINST ALL COUNTRIES
(24/6/1899 to 6/1/2014)

(*) Opponents
&
Date of First match

Pld

Won

Lost

Drawn

PF

PA

Argentina: 27/9/1979

21

16

4

1

561

317

(+) British Isles: 24/6/1899

23

6

17

0

248

414

Canada: 15/6/1985

6

6

0

0

283

60

England: 9/1/1909

42

24

17

1

890

635

Fiji: 26/7/1952

19

16

2

1

546

221

France: 22/1/1928

42

23

17

2

870

737

Ireland: 12/11/1927

31

21

9

1

634

427

Italy: 22/10/1983

16

16

0

0

565

217

Japan: 2/8/1975

4

4

0

0

220

58

Korea: 17/5/1987

1

1

0

0

65

18

Namibia: 25/10/2003

1

1

0

0

142

0

New Zealand: 15/8/1903

149

41

102

6

2043

2974

New Zealand XV's: 1920-1928

24

6

18

0

257

459

NZ Maori: 24/6/1922

16

8

6

2

240

203

Pacific Islanders: 3/72004

1

1

0

0

29

14

Romania: 3/6/1995

3

3

0

0

189

20

Russia (1/10/2011)

1

1

0

0

68

22

Samoa: 9/10/1991

5

4

1

0

204

58

Scotland: 17/12/1927

28

19

9

0

671

330

South Africa: 8/7/1933

78

33

44

1

1357

1501

South Africa XV's 1920-1928

3

0

3

0

30

69

Spain: 1/11/2001

1

1

0

0

92

10

Tonga: 23/6/1973

4

3

1

0

167

42

United States of America: 16/11/1912

7

7

0

0

321

68

Wales: 12/12/1908

37

26

10

1

864

562

TOTAL

563

287

260

16

11557

9436

ratio (%)

50.98

46.18

2.84

(*) The above table refers to all matches where Test Caps have been awarded. It is important to note that there can be some differentiation between countries in terms of awarding caps. Some countries have awarded caps in games their opponents have not recognised as Tests. In Australia's case, some games NSW played against the All Blacks and the Springboks were counted as tests by Australia but not by New Zealand and South Africa.

(+) The British side of 1910, led by the Irish forward Tom Smyth, was the first team officially representative of the Four Home Unions.

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10. PLAYERS TEST PROFILES

Name

State

Birthdate

Height

Weight

Position

Tests

Points

Tries

Ben Alexander

ACT

13/11/1984

1.89m

120kg

Prop

62

20

4

Adam Ashley-Cooper

NSW

27/3/1984

1.82m

98kg

Fullback/centre

91

130

26

Berrick Barnes

NSW

28/5/1986

1.83m

87kg

F-half/f-back/cent

51

200

8

Kurtley Beale

Rebels

6/1/1989

1.84m

94kg

Utiliy back

39

86

10

Peter  Betham

NSW

6/1/1989

1.92m

98kg

Wing

1

0

0

Rodney Blake

Queens

29/4/1983

1.90m

130kg

Prop

7

5

1

Richard Brown

W.Force

28/8/1984

1.89m

106kg

Flank/No 8

23

5

1

Luke Burgess

NSW

20/8/1983

1.79m

89kg

Scrumhalf

37

5

1

Alister Campbell

ACT

17/7/1979

2.01m

111kg

Lock

4

0

0

Mitchell Chapman

ACT

15/3/1983

1.97m

110kg

Flank/lock

0

0

0

Mark Chisholm

ACT

18/9/1981

1.97m

112kg

Lock/flank

58

30

6

Quade Cooper

Queens

5/4/1988

1.86m

98kg

Flyhalf/centre

50

124

7

Pek Cowan

W.Force

2/6/1986

1.85m

116kg

Prop

5

0

0

Nick Cummins

W.Force

5/10/1987

1.89m

99kg

Wing

12

25

5

Ben Daley

Queens

27/6/1988

1.84m

110kg

Prop

3

0

0

Dave Dennis

NSW

10/1/1986

1.92m

104kg

Flank/lock

18

0

0

Kane Douglas

NSW

1/6/1989

2.02m

122kg

Lock

14

0

0

Huia Edmonds

ACT

20/10/1981

1.83m

103kg

Hooker

4

0

0

Rocky Elsom

NSW

14/2/1983

1.97m

106kg

Eighthman/flank

75

70

14

Anthony Faingaa

Queens

2/2/1987

1.78m

88kg

Centre

23

10

2

Saia Faingaa

Queens

2/2/1987

1.87m

100kg

Hooker

29

0

0

Scott Fardy

Brumbies

5/7/1984

1.98m

110kg

Loose forward

10

0

0

Chris Feauai-Sautia

Queens

17/11/1993

1.81m

92kg

Wing

2

10

2

Israel Folau

NSW

3/4/1989

1.93m

103kg

Fullback/wing

15

50

10

Bernard Foley

NSW

8/9/1989

1.83m

89kg

Fullback/flyhalf

3

9

1

Will Genia
(CAPTAIN: 4)

Queens

17/1/1988

1.74m

85kg

Scrumhalf

55

40

8

Mark Gerrard

ACT

4/9/1982

1.92m

99kg

Centre/wing

24

45

9

Liam Gill

Queens

8/6/1992

1.84m

96kg

Loose forward

15

0

0

Matt Giteau

ACT

28/9/1982

1.78m

85kg

Utility back

92

684

29

James Hanson

Reds

15/9/1988

1.83m

104kg

Hooker

1

0

0

Mike Harris

Reds

8/7/1988

1.86m

96kg

Centre

10

55

1

Daniel Heenan

Queens

17/11/1981

1.96m

115kg

Flank/lock

2

0

0

Nic Henderson

ACT

1/5/1981

1.86m

112kg

Prop

3

0

0

Scott Higginbotham

Queens

5/8/1986

1.94m

112kg

Flanker/No.8

23

10

2

Matt Hodgson

W.Force

25/6/1981

1.84m

100kg

Flanker

6

0

0

Stephen Hoiles

ACT

13/10/1981

1.90m

98kg

Flanker/No 8

16

15

3

Greg Holmes

Queens

10/6/1983

1.83m

112kg

Prop

13

10

2

Michael Hooper

NSW

29/10/1991

1.82m

97kg

Flanker

28

10

2

Rob Horne

NSW

15/8/1989

1.86m

90kg

Centre

15

15

3

James Horwill
(CAPTAIN: 16)

Queens

29/5/1985

2.00m

115kg

Lock

48

30

6

Leroy Houston

NSW

10/11/1986

1.90m

115kg

Flanker

0

0

0

Peter Hynes

Queens

18/7/1982

1.80m

92kg

Wing

22

20

4

Digby Ioane

Queens

14/7/1985

1.79m

93kg

Wing

35

55

11

Lloyd Johansonn

Queens

2/5/1985

1.81m

100kg

Centre

3

5

1

Sekope Kepu

NSW

5/2/1986

1.88m

125kg

Prop

38

0

0

Peter Kimlin

ACT

11/7/1985

1.98m

114kg

Lock/flank

2

0

0

Tevita Kuridrani

Brumbies

13/6/1990

1.73m

82kg

Utility back

8

10

2

Christian Lealiifano

ACT

24/9/1987

1.79m

92kg

Flyhalf

13

124

0

Ben Lucas

Queens

30/12/1987

1.78m

85kg

Scrumhalf

0

0

0

David Lyons

NSW

16/6/1980

1.92m

117kg

Eighthman

44

20

4

Salesi Ma'afu

ACT

22/3/1983

1.84m

126kg

Prop

14

5

1

Lachlan MacKay

NSW

30/11/1982

1.88m

98kg

Flyhalf

0

0

0

Pat McCabe

ACT

21/3/1988

1.85m

94kg

Fullback/centre

20

20

4

Ben McCalman

Wes.Force

18/3/1988

1.92m

108kg

Lock/flanker

29

10

2

Brendan McKibbin

NSW

19/9/1985

1.75m

86kg

Scrumhalf

9

0

0

Hugh McMeniman

Queens

1/11/1983

2.00m

110kg

Lock/flank

22

0

0

Drew Mitchell

NSW

26/3/1984

1.80m

85kg

Wing

63

145

29

Jesse Mogg

ACT

8/6/1989

1.87m

90kg

Wing/fullback

3

0

0

Stephen Moore

ACT

20/1/1983

1.86m

112kg

Hooker

91

25

5

Luke Moraham

Reds

13/4/1990

1.88m

95kg

Fullback/wing

1

0

0

Ben Mowen
(CAPTAIN: 6)

ACT

1/12/1984

1.95m

107kg

Loose forward

15

5

1

Dean Mumm

NSW

5/3/1984

1.96m

109kg

Lock

33

5

1

Sam Norton-Knight

NSW

2/12/1983

1.87m

88kg

Flyhalf

2

5

1

James O'Connor

Rebels

5/7/1990

1.80m

80kg

Utility back

44

223

14

Dan Palmer

ACT

13/9/1988

1.80m

112kg

Prop

1

0

0

Wycliff Palu

NSW

27/7/1982

1.94m

120kg

Flank/No.8

49

5

1

Nick Phipps

Rebels

9/1/1989

1.80m

87kg

Scrumhalf

14

0

0

David Pocock
(CAPTAIN: 5)

West.Force

23/4/1988

1.82m

105kg

Flank

46

20

4

Tatafu Polota-Nau

NSW

26/7/1985

1.81m

113kg

Hooker

46

10

2

Beau Robinson

Queens

15/8/1986

1.82m

96kg

Flank

1

0

0

Benn Robinson

NSW

19/7/1984

1.83m

111kg

Prop

66

15

3

Paddy Ryan

NSW

9/8/1988

1.89m

120kg

Prop

2

0

0

Radike Samo

Queens

9/7/1976

1.97m

117kg

No.8/lock

22

15

3

Jake Schatz

Queens

25/7/1990

1.92m

109kg

No.8/flanker

0

0

0

Nathan Sharpe
(CAPTAIN: 7)

West.Force

26/2/1978

2.00m

115kg

Lock

116

40

8

Brett Sheehan

NSW

16/9/1979

1.73m

90kg

Scrumhalf

7

0

0

Cameron Shepherd

West.Force

30/3/1984

1.89m

97kg

Wing/fullback

9

19

3

Guy Shepherdson

ACT

17/2/1982

1.87m

119kg

Prop

1

5

1

Dominic Shipperley

Queens

4/1/1991

1.86m

94kg

Wing

3

0

0

Rob Simmons

Queens

19/4/1989

2.00m

120kg

Lock

37

0

0

Scott Sio

Brumbies

16/10/1991

1.87m

116kg

Prop

4

0

0

James Slipper

Queens

6/6/1989

1.85m

113kg

Prop

49

0

0

George Smith

ACT

14/7/1980

1.81m

104kg

Flanker

111

30

6

Timana Tahu

NSW

16/10/1980

1.85m

98kg

Centre

4

0

0

Ben Tapaui

Queens

19/1/1989

1.80m

95kg

Centre

7

0

0

Sitaleki Timani

NSW

19/9/1986

2.03m

118kg

Lock

18

0

0

Joe Tomane

ACT

2/2/1990

1.90m

102kg

Wing/centre

9

15

3

Matt Toomua

Brumbies

2/1/1990

1.82m

89kg

Flyhalf/centre

10

10

2

Lachie Turner

NSW

11/5/1987

1.89m

90kg

Wing

15

20

4

Josh Valentine

Queens

22/2/1983

1.76m

83kg

Scrumhalf

5

0

0

Dan Vickerman

NSW

4/6/1979

2.04m

115kg

Lock

63

0

0

Cooper Vuna

Rebels

5/7/1987

1.82m

101kg

Wing

2

0

0

Adam Wallace-Harrison

ACT

24/9/1979

1.99m

115kg

Lock

0

0

0

Nic White

ACT

13/6/1990

1.73m

82kg

Scrumhalf

10

0

0

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11. AUSTRALIAN TEST RECORDS

Players

Most career tests

139

George Gregan
(WORLD RECORD)

116

Nathan Sharpe (2002-2012)

111

George Smith

102

Stephen Larkham

101

David Campese

92

Matt Giteau

91

Adam Ashley-Cooper (2005-2013)

91

Stephen Moore (2005-2013)

86

John Eales

86

Joe Roff

81

Matthew Burke (1993-2004)

80

Tim Horan

80

Stirling Mortlock

79

Phil Waugh

79

David Wilson (1992-2000)

78

Chris Latham (1998-2007)

75

Rocky Elsom (2005-2011)

75

Jason Little

72

Michael Lynagh

72

Jeremy Paul

69

Al Baxter

67

Daniel Herbert

67

Phil Kearns

67

Lote Tuqiri

66

Benn Robinson (2006-2013)

63

Matt Cockbain

63

Nick Farr-Jones

63

Drew Mitchell (2005-2012)

63

Daniel Vickerman

62

Ben Alexander (2008-2013)

60

Toutai Kefu

59

Simon Piodevin

58

Mark Chisholm (2004-2010)

55

Owen Finegan

55

Will Genia (2009-2013)

51

Berrick Barnes (2007-2012)

51

Ewen McKenzie (1990-1997)

50

Quade Cooper (2008-2013)

50

Michael Foley

50

David Giffin (1996-2003)

Most Tests as Captain

59

George Gregan (2001-2006)

55

John Eales (1996-2001)

Most career points

911

Michael Lynagh (72 tests)

878

Matthew Burke (81 tests)

684

Matt Giteau (92 tests)

489

Stirling Mortlock (80 tests)

363

David Campese (101 tests)

260

Paul McLean (30 tests)

242

Joe Roff (86 tests)

223

James O'Connor (44 tests)

200

Berrick Barnes (51 tests)

190

Chris Latham (78 tests)

187

Elton Flatley (38 tests)

173

John Eales (86 tests)

160

Mat Rogers (44 tests)

150

Lote Tuqiri (67 tests)

145

Drew Mitchell (63 tests)

135

Stephen Larkham (102 tests)

135

Tim Horan (80 tests)

130

Adam Ashley-Cooper (90 tests)

124

Quade Cooper (48 tests)

124

Christian Leali'ifano (13 tests)

120

Ben Tune (46 tests)

117

John Knox (13 tests)

114

Marty Roebuck (23 tests)

100

Jason Little (75 tests)

99

George Gregan (139 tests)

Most points in a test

42

Mat Rogers (vs Namibia, 2003, Adelaide)

39

Matthew Burke (vs Canada, 1996, Brisbane)

30

Elton Flatley (vs Romania, 2003, Brisbane)

29

Stirling Mortlock (vs South Africa, 2000, Melbourne)

29

James O'Connor (vs France, 2010, Paris)

28

Michael Lynagh (vsArgentina,1995,Brisbane)

27

Matt Giteau (vs Fiji, 2007, Montpellier)

25

Matthew Burke (vs Scotland, 1998 Sydney)

25

Matthew Burke (vs France, 1999 Cardiff)

25

Matthew Burke (vs British Lions, 2001, Melbourne)

25

Chris Latham (vs Namibia, 2003, Adelaide)

25

Christian Leali'ifano (vs Wales, 2013, Cardiff)

Most career tries

64

David Campese (101 tests)

40

Chris Latham (78 tests)

30

Tim Horan (80 tests)

30

Joe Roff (86 tests)

30

Lote Tuqiri (67 tests)

29

Matthew Burke (81 tests)

29

Matt Giteau (92 tests)

29

Drew Mitchell (63 tests)

29

Stirling Mortlock (80 tests)

26

Adam Ashley-Cooper (90 tests)

25

Stephen Larkham (102 tests)

24

Ben Tune (46 tests)

21

Jason Little (75 tests)

18

George Gregan (139 tests)

17

Michael Lynagh (72 tests)

14

Rocky Elsom (75 tests)

14

Brendan Moon (35 tests)

14

Jeremy Paul (72 tests)

14

Mat Rogers (44 tests)

14

James O'Connor (44 tests)

13

Wendell Sailor (36 tests)

13

David Wilson (79 tests)

Most tries in a test

5

Chris Latham (vs Namibia, 2003, Adelaide)

4

Greg Cornelsen (vs NZ,1978,Auckland)

4

David Campese (vs USA, 1983,Sydney)

4

Jason Little (vs Tonga, 1998,Canberra)

4

Chris Latham (vs Argentina, 2000, Sydney)

4

Lote Tuqiri (vs Italy, 2005, Melbourne)

Team

Highest score

142

vs Namibia (142-0) 2003, Adelaide

92

vs Spain (92-10) 2001, Madrid

91

vs Japan (91-3) 2007, Lyon

90

vs Romania (90-8) 2003, Brisbane

76

vs England (76-0) 1998, Brisbane

74

vs Canada (74-9), 1996, Brisbane

74

vs Tonga (74-0), 1998, Canberra

74

vs Samoa (74-7), 2005, Sydney

73

vs Samoa (73-3), 1994, Sydney

Highest score Against Individual Countries

54

vs Argentina (54-17), 2013, Rosario

35

vs British Lions (35-14), 2001, Melbourne

74

vs Canada (74-9), 1996, Brisbane

76

vs England (76-0), 1998, Brisbane

66

vs Fiji (66-20), 1998, Sydney

59

vs France (59-16), 2010, Paris

46

vs Ireland (46-10), 1999, Brisbane

69

vs Italy (69-21), 2005, Melbourne

91

vs Japan (91-3), 2007, Lyon

142

vs Namibia (142-0), 2003, Adelaide

35

vs New Zealand (35-39), 2000, Sydney

29

vs Pacific Islanders (29-14), 2004, Adelaide

90

vs Romania (90-8), 2003, Brisbane

74

vs Samoa (74-7), 2005, Sydney

45

vs Scotland (45-3), 1998, Sydney

49

vs South Africa (49-0), 2006, Brisbane

65

vs South Korea (65-18), 1987, Brisbane

92

vs Spain (92-10), 2001, Madrid

74

vs Tonga (74-0), 1998, Canberra

67

vs United States
67-9, 1990, Brisbane
67-5, 2011, Wellington, NZ

63

vs Wales (63-6), 1991, Brisbane

Biggest Winning Points Margin

142

vs Namibia (142-0) 2003, Adelaide

88

vs Japan (91-3) 2007, Lyon

82

vs Spain (92-10), 2001, Madrid

82

vs Romania (90-8), 2003, Brisbane

76

vs England (76-0), 1998, Brisbane

74

vs Tonga (74-0), 1998, Canberra

70

vs Samoa (73-3), 1994, Sydney

67

vs Samoa (74-7), 2005, Sydney

65

vs Canada (74-9), 1996, Brisbane

62

vs United States (67-5), 2011, Wellington, NZ

58

vs United States (67-9), 1990, Brisbane

57

vs Wales (63-6), 1991, Brisbane

49

vs Italy (55-6), 1988, Rome

49

vs South Africa (49-0), 2006, Brisbane

49

vs Fiji (49-0), 2007, Perth

48

vs Romania (57-9), 1999, Belfast

48

vs Italy (69-21), 2005, Melbourne

47

vs Argentina (53-6), 2000, Sydney

47

vs South Korea (65-18), 1987, Brisbane

46

vs Fiji
(66-20), 1998, Sydney
(49-3), 2010, Canberra

43

vs France (59-16), 2010, Paris

42

vs Scotland (45-3), 1998, Sydney

37

vs Argentina (54-17), 2013, Rosario

36

vs United States (55-19), 1999, Limerick

36

vs Ireland (46-10), 1999, Brisbane

30

vs Japan (37-7), 1975, Sydney

30

vs France (40-10), 2008, Brisbane

Highest score by Individual Countries

27

by Argentina (19-27), 1987, Buenos Aires

41

by British Lions (16-41), 2013, Sydney

16

by Canada (43-16), 1993, Calgary

32

by England (31-32), 2002, Twickenham

28

by Fiji (52-28), 1985, Brisbane

34

by France (6-34), 1976, Paris

27

by Ireland (12-27), 1979, Brisbane

21

by Italy (69-21), 2005, Melbourne

25

by Japan (50-25), 1975, Brisbane

0

by Namibia (142-0), 2003, Adelaide

-
50
49
-
47

by New Zealand
21-50, 2003, Sydney
28-49, 2010, Melbourne
29-47, Sydney 2013

14

by Pacific Islanders (29-14), 2004, Adelaide

9

by Romania (57-9), 1999, Belfast (WC)

32

by Samoa (32-23), 2011, Sydney

24

by Scotland (15-24), 1981, Edinburgh

61
-
-
53
-

by South Africa (22-61), 1997, Pretoria
(8-53), 2008, Johannesburg

18

by South Korea (65-18), 1987, Brisbane

10

by Spain (92-10), 2001, Madrid

16

by Tonga (11-16), 1973, Brisbane

19

by United States (55-19), 1999,Limerick(WC)

29

by Wales (29-29), 2006, Cardiff

Biggest Losing Points Margin

45

vs South Africa (8-53), 2008, Johannesburg

39

vs South Africa (22-61), 1997, Pretoria

37

vs New Zealand (6-43), 1996, Wellington

31

vs British Lions (0-31), 1966, Brisbane

29

vs New Zealand (21-50), 2003, Sydney
vs New Zealand (10-39), 2008, Auckland

28

vs France (6-34), 1976, Paris

26

vs South Africa (12-38), 2013, Brisbane

25

vs New Zealand (13-38), 1936, Dunedin

25

vs South Africa (3-28), 1961, Johannesburg

25

vs Wales (3-28), 1975, Cardiff

25

vs British Lions (16-41), 2013, Sydney

Most tries in a Test

22

vs Namibia (142-0) 2003, Adelaide

13

vs Japan (91-3) 2007, Lyon

13

vs South Korea (65-18), 1987, Brisbane

13

vs Spain (92-10), 2001, Madrid

13

vs Romania (90-8), 2003, Brisbane

12

vs Samoa (74-7), 2005, Sydney

11

vs England (76-0), 1998, Brisbane

11

vs Italy (69-21), 2005, Melbourne

11

vs United States (67-5), 2011, Wellington, NZ

10

vs Tonga (74-0), 1998, Canberra

Most tries conceded in a Test

9

vs New Zealand (13-38), 1936, Dunedin

8

vs South Africa (3-28), 1961, Johannesburg
vs South Africa (22-61), 1997, Pretoria
vs South Africa (8-53), 2008, Johannesburg

Longest losing sequence in Tests

11

5/9/1936-28/6/1947

10

22/7/1899 - 3/8/1907

7

23/7/2005 - 12/11/2005 (in one season)

Longest winning sequence in Tests

10

4/10/1991 - 19/7/1992

10

29/8/1998 - 17/7/1999

10

23/8/1999-8/7/2000

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