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New Zealand - Statistics


New Zealand - Statistics
(as at 6/1/2014)

Founded: 1892
Patron:
Sir Wilson Whineray
Chairman: Mike Eagle
President: Ian Macrae
Vice President: Bryan Williams
Representatives: Graham Mouie (central), Wayne Peters (Maori), Ivan Haines, Gerard Van Tilborg (Northern), Mike Eagle, Mark Peters (Southern), Ken Douglas, Bill Thurston (Independent).
Chief Executive: Steve Tew; Bianca Thiel (assistant).
Postal Address:P.O Box 2172, Wellington, New Zealand
Website:
www.nzru.co.nz
E-mail: info@allblacks.com
Coaches: Steve Hansen (head), Ian Foster (assistant), Grant Fox (selector), Mike Cron (forwards), Brian McLean (defence), Alistair Rogers (performance analyst), Mike Byrne (skills).
Managers: Darren Shand (head), Gilbert Enoka (assistant), Errol Collins (logistics).
Medical Staff: Dr. Tony Page (doctor), Peter Gallagher (physiotherapist), George Duncan (manual therapist), dr. Nic Gill (strength & conditioning), Katrina Darry (nutritionist).
Media Manager: Joe Locke.
Captains: Kieran Read, Richie McCaw
Colours:
Black
No. of Clubs: 600
No. of Players: 146893
No. of Referees: 2255
World Cup Champions:1987, 2011; FINALISTS: 1995; BRONZE MEDALISTS: 1991, 2003.
Tri-Nations Champions: 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010
Rugby Championship - 2012, 2013
Winner IRB Under 20 Tournament - 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

INDEX

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

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

 

1. ALL BLACK TEST TEAMS and POINT SCORERS - 2013

Date>

08/06

15/06

22/06

17/08

24/08

07/09

14/09

28/09

05/10

19/10

2/11

9/11

16/11

24/11

-

Opponents>

France

France

France

Aus

Aus

Arg

SA

Arg

SA

Aus

Japan

France

Eng

Ire

-

Venue>

Auck-
land

Christ-
church

New
Ply-
mouth

Syd-
ney

Wel-
ling-
ton

Ha-
mil-
ton

Auck-
land

Bue-
nos
Aires

Ellis
Park

Dune-
din

Tokyo

Paris

Lon-
don

Du-
blin

-

Halftime>

17-10

10-0

8-6

25-19

15-6

15-10

17-10

11-9

21-15

30-19

28-6

9-9

20-16

7-22

-

Result>

23-13

30-0

24-9

47-29

27-16

28-13

29-15

33-15

38-27

41-33

54-6

26-19

30-22

24-22

-

Tries>

2-1

3-0

2-0

6-2

2-1

3-1

4-2

4-0

5-4

4-3

8-0

2-1

3-1

3-3

-

League Points>

-

-

-

5-0

4-0

4-0

5-0

5-0

5-1

-

-

-

-

-

-

CUP

Galla-
her

Galla-
her

Galla-
her

Bledis
doe-1

Bledis
doe-2

-

Man-
dela

-

Man-
dela

Bledis
doe-3

-

Galla-
her

-

-

-

COMPETITION

-

-

-

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

RC

EOY1

EOY2

EOY3

EOY4

EOY5

-

NAME

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

-

Israel Dagg
(Crusaders:25tests)

15
(so)

15

15

15

15
(1p)

15
(so)

15
(injur)

15

15

15

-

15

15

15
(so)

-

Ben Smith
(Highlanders:12tests)

14

14
(1t/so)

14
(1t)

14
(3t)

14
(2t/bl)

14

14

14
(2t)

14
(1t)

13
(so)

13
(1t/so)

13

13

13

-

Conrad Smith
(Hurricanes:66 tests)

13

13

13

13
(1t)

13

13

13

13

13

-

-

-

-

-

-

Ma'a Nonu
(Highlanders:76tests)

12

12

12
(so)

12
(so)

12
(so)

Injur

12
(YEL)

12
(so)

12

12

-

12

12

12

-

Julian Savea
(Hurricanes: 9  tests)

11

11
(1t/so)

Injur

11

11

11
(1t)

11
(so)

11
(1t)

11
(so)

11
(1t)

-

-

11
(2t)

11
(1t)

-

Aaron Cruden
(Chiefs: 20 tests)

10 (2c
3p/so)

10
(3c3p)

-

10(1t3c
3pInjur)

knee

-

-

10 (1c
3p/so)

10
(3c/so)

10(1t3c
4p/so)

-

22 (r10
1c)

22(r10
1c2p)

10
(3c1p)

-

Aaron Smith
(Highlanders:13tests)

9
(1t/so)

9
(so)

-

9
(so)

9
(so)

9
(2t/so)

9

9
(so)

9
(so)

9
(so)

21
(r9)

9
(so)

9
(so)

9

-

Kieran Read
(Crusaders: 48 tests)

8
(c)

8
(c)

8
(c)

8

8

8

8 (c/2t
/YEL)

8
(c)

8 (1t/
YR-so)

8
(c/1t)

-

8
(1t)

8 (1t
/YEL)

8

-

Sam Cane
(Chiefs: 4 tests)

7
(1t)

7

7
(so)

20
(r7)

20

20
(r7)

7 (bl/1t
/bl-20)

7
(1t)

20
(r4)

7
(1t)

7 (1t/
YEL)

20

-

20

-

Liam Messam
(Chiefs: 20 tests)

6

6
(so)

-

Injur

-

-

6
(so)

6
(so)

6 (2t
YEL/so)

6
(so)

-

6

6
(so)

-

-

Brodie Retalick
(Chiefs:13 tests)

5

Injur

-

19
(r4)

5

4

4
(1t)

4
(so)

4
(so)

19
(r4)

19

4

4
(so)

19
(r6)

-

Luke Romano
(Crusaders:11tests)

4

4

4

4
(injur)

groin

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

4

-

Owen Franks
(Crusaders: 44tests)

3
(so)

3
(so)

3

3

3
(so)

Injur

3 (50th
/so)

3
(so)

Injur

-

-

3
(so)

3
(so)

18
(r3)

-

Dane Coles
(Hurricanes:4 tests)

2
(so)

2
(so)

-

-

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

2
(so)

-

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

2
(so)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

-

Wyatt Crockett
(Crusaders: 11tests)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

-

17
(r1)

17 (r1/
injur)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

1
(so)

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

1
(so)

-

Keven Mealamu
(Blues: 102tests)

16
(r2)

-

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

-

-

16
(r2)

16
(r2)

-

2
(so)

-

2
(so)

2
(so)

-

-

Ben Franks
(Hurricanes:23 tests)

17
(r2)

18
(r3)

18

17
(r1)

-

18
(r3)

-

-

18 (r3
/YEL)

18
(r3)

3

-

-

17
(r1/1t)

-

Ben Afeaki
(Chiefs: debutant)

18
(r3)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Jeremy Thrush
(Hurricanes:
debutant)

19

19
(r5)-

-

-

19

19
(r5)

-

19
(r4)

-

4
(so)

4
(1t)

-

-

-

-

Victor Vito
(Hurricanes:20tests)

20

20
(r8)

6
(so)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Tawera
Kerr-Barlow
(Chiefs: 2 tests)

21
(r9)

-

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r11)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

9
(so)

21
(r9)

21
(r9)

-

-

Beauden Barrett
(Hurricanes: 5  tests)

22
(r10)

22 (r11
/1t)

22 (r12
/1t)

22
(r10)

calf

22(r10
/1p)

22 (r10
/2c1p)

22 (r10
/1c)

22(r10/
1t2c1p)

22 (r10
/1p)

15
(1t2c)

-

-

22
(r15)

-

René Ranger
(Blues: 3 tests)

23
(r15)

23
(r14)

11
(so)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sam Whitelock
(Crusaders: 39 tests)

-

5
(so)

5

5

5

5
(so)

5

5

5

5

-

5

5
(50th)

5

-

Andrew Hore
(Highlanders:
74 tests)

-

16
(r2)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

2
(so)

-

2
(so)

2
(so)

-

16
(r2)

-

-

2
(so)

-

Tony Woodcock
(Highlanders:
96 tests)

-

17
(r1)

17
(r1)

1
(so)

1
(100th
/so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

1
(so)

-

1
(so)

1
(so)

-

-

Piri Weepu
(Blues: 69 tests)

-

20
(r9)

9
(so)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Dan Carter
(Crusaders:94 tests)

-

-

10
(1c4p)

Injur

-

10 (2c
2p/so)

10 (1c/
injur)

-

-

-

10
(5c/so)

10 (1c
4p/so)

10
100th
(so/
2c1p)

-

-

Steven Luatua
(Blues: Debutant)

-

-

19
(r7)

6

6

6

19
(r6)

20
(r8)

19
(r6)

20
(r6)

6

19

19
(r4)

6
(so)

-

Matt Todd
(Crusaders:Debutant)

-

-

20
(r6)

-

-

-

20 (bl-7/
bl)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Charles Piutau
(Auckland:Debutant)

-

-

23
(r11)

-

23
(bl-14
/r10)

23
(r15)

23
(r15)

23
(r12)

23
(r11)

14

14
(2t)

11
(1t)

14
(so)

-

-

Richie McCaw
(Crusaders: 116 tests)

-

-

-

7 (c/1t
/so)

7
(c)

7 (c/
injur)

-

-

7
(c)

Injur

8
(c/1t)

7
(c)

7
(c)

7
(c)

-

Charlie Faumuina
(Blues: 7 tests)

-

-

-

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3 (so/
r17)

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3 (so/
RY-8)

3
(so)

18

18
(r3)

18
(r3)

3
(so)

-

Ryan Crotty
(Crusaders:Debutant)

-

-

-

23
(r12)

-

-

-

-

-

-

23
(r13)

23
(r14)

23
(r14)

23(r14
/1t)

-

Tom Taylor
(Crusaders: debutant)

-

-

-

-

10 (1c
4p/so)

-

-

-

-

23
(r13)

22
(r10)

-

-

-

-

Colin Slade
(Crusaders: 10 tests)

-

-

-

-

22
(r12)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Francis Saili
(Blues: Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

12

-

-

-

-

12

-

-

-

-

Frank Halai
(Waikato:Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

11
(1t)

-

-

-

-

Dominic Bird
(:Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5
(so)

-

-

-

-

Jeff Allen
(Wellington:Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

17
(r1)

-

-

-

-

Luke Whitehead
(Crusaders:Debutant)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

20
(r5)

-

-

-

-

Cory Jane
(Wellington: 43 tests)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

14
(so)

-

14
(so)

-

TJ Perenara
(-)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

21

-

R-E-F-E-R-E-E

Wayne
Barnes
(Eng -
47th
test)

Alain
Rol-
land
(Ire -
66th)

Nigel
Owens
(Wal)

Craig
Jou-
bert
(SA -
44th)

Jaco
Peyper
(SA -
11th)

Jéró-
me
Gar-
cés
(Fr -
13th)

Ro-
main
Poite
(Fr -
31st)

Jaco
Peyper
(SA -
12th)

Nigel
Owens
(Wal
49th)

Craig
Jou-
bert
(SA -
45th)

Stuart
Berry
(SA -
1st)

Jaco
Peyper
(SA -
13th)

Craig
Jou-
bert
(SA -
46th)

Nigel
O-
wens
(Wal -
50th)

-

Ire - Ireland; Wal - Wales; Ton - Tonga; SA - South Africa; Aus - Australia; Fr - France; Eng - England;
Nam - Namibia; Sam - Samoa; USA - United States of America; Scot - Scotland; Jap - Japan; Can - Canada;
ca - Captain; r - Replacement for; s-o - substituted off;  injur - Injured; bl - blood; Y - Yellow Card; R - Red Card; RY - Replacement Yellow Card
EoY - End of the Year Tour; RC - Rugby Championship; 3Nat - Tri-Nations; Free - Freedom Cup;
Bled - Bledisloe Cup; RWC - Rugby World Cup.

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2. ALL BLACK OVERALL TEST STATISTICS - 2013
Most Points in 2012: 135 - Dan Carter
Most Tries in 2012: 12 - Julian Savea

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Aaron Cruden

2

20

19

0

107

Dan Carter

0

12

11

0

57

Ben Smith

11

0

0

0

55

Beauden Barrett

4

7

3

0

43

Julian Savea

7

0

0

0

35

Kieran Read

6

0

0

0

30

Sam Cane

4

0

0

0

20

Charles Piutau

3

0

0

0

15

Aaron Smith

3

0

0

0

15

Tom Taylor

0

1

4

0

14

Richie McCaw

2

0

0

0

10

Liam Messam

2

0

0

0

10

Sam Cane

1

0

0

0

5

Ryan Crotty

1

0

0

0

5

Ben Franks

1

0

0

0

5

Frank Halai

1

0

0

0

5

Brodie Retalick

1

0

0

0

5

Conrad Smith

1

0

0

0

5

Jeremy Trush

1

0

0

0

5

Israel Dagg

0

0

1

0

3

-

0

0

0

0

0

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

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3. ALL BLACK RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP - 2013
Most Points in 2012: 58 - Daniel Carter.
Most Tries in 2012: 5 - Cory Jane

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Ben Smith

8

0

0

0

40

Aaron Cruden

1

7

6

0

37

Beauden Barrett

1

5

3

0

24

Kieran Read

3

0

0

0

15

Tom Taylor

0

1

4

0

14

Dan Carter

0

3

2

0

12

Sam Cane

2

0

0

0

10

Liam Messam

2

0

0

0

10

Julian Savea

2

0

0

0

10

Aaron Smith

2

0

0

0

10

Richie McCaw

1

0

0

0

5

Brodie Retalick

1

0

0

0

5

Conrad Smith

1

0

0

0

5

Israel Dagg

0

0

1

0

3

-

0

0

0

0

0

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

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4. ALL BLACK RWC STATISTICS - 2011

Points

T

C

P

D

Total

Piri Weepu

0

4

11

0

41

Colin Slade

1

14

1

0

36

Daniel Carter

0

6

2

1

21

Israel Dagg

5

0

0

0

25

Zac Guildford

4

0

0

0

20

Richard Kahui

4

0

0

0

20

Jerome Kaino

4

0

0

0

20

Sonny Bill Williams

4

0

0

0

20

Ma'a Nonu

2

0

0

0

10

Adam Thomson

2

0

0

0

10

Victor Vito

2

0

0

0

10

Jimmy Cowan

1

0

0

0

5

Aaron Cruden

0

1

0

1

5

Andy Ellis

1

0

0

0

5

Andrew Hore

1

0

0

0

5

Cory Jane

1

0

0

0

5

Keven Mealamu

1

0

0

0

5

Mils Muliaina

1

0

0

0

5

Ma'a Nonu

1

0

0

0

5

Kieran Read

1

0

0

0

5

Conrad Smith

1

0

0

0

5

Brad Thorn

1

0

0

0

5

Isaia Toeava

1

0

0

0

5

Tony Woodcock

1

0

0

0

5

Stephen Donald

0

0

1

0

3

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

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5. NEW ZEALAND - 2007-2014

Date

Opponent

Venue

Competition

H/Time

Result

Tries

League pts

2014

7/6/2014

England

Eden Park, Auckland

Hillary Shield-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

14/6/2014

England

Fosyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

Hillary Shield-2

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

21/6/2014

England

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

Hillary Shield-3

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

16/8/2014

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

23/8/2014

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland

Rugby ChampionshipG

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

6/9/2014

Argentina

McLean Park, Napier

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

13/9/2014

S.Africa

Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

27/9/2014

Argentina

-

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

4/10/2014

S. Africa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

Rugby Championship

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

8/11/2014

England

Twickenham, London

Hillary Shield-4

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

15/11/2014

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End of the Year-2

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

/2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2013

8/6/2013

France

Eden Park, Auckland

Gallaher Cup-1

17-10

23-13

2-1

-

15/6/2013

France

Addington Stadium, Christchurch

Gallaher Cup-2

10-0

30-0

3-0

-

22/6/2013

France

Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

Gallaher Cup-3

8-6

24-9

2-0

-

17/8/2013

Australia

AZN Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

25-19

47-29

6-2

5

24/8/2013

Australia

Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Rugby Champ/Bledisloe

15-6

27-16

2-1

4

7/9/2013

Argentina

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

Rugby Championship

15-10

38-13

3-1

4

14/9/2013

South Africa

Eden Park, Auckland

Rugby Champ/Mandela

17-10

29-15

4-2

5

28/9/2013

Argentina

Estadio José Amalfitani, B' Aires

Rugby Championship

11-9

33-15

4-0

5

5/10/2013

South Africa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

Rugby Champ/Mandela

21-15

38-27

5-4

5

19/10/2013

Australia

Fosyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

EOY-1/Bledisloe

30-19

41-33

4-3

-

2/11/2013

Japan

Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium, Tokyo

EOY-2/Test

28-6

54-6

8-0

-

9/11/2013

France

Stade de France, Paris

EOY-3/Gallaher Cup-4

9-9

26-19

2-1

-

16/11/2013

England

Twickenham, London

EOY-4/Hillary Shield

20-16

30-22

3-1

-

24/11/2013

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin

EOY-5/Steinlager Cup

7-22

24-22

3-3

-

2012

 

 

9/6/2012

Ireland

Eden Park, Auckland:

Steinlager Cup

23-3

42-10

5-1

-

16/6/2012

Ireland

Rugby League Park, Christchurch:

Steinlager Cup

9-10

22-19

1-1

-

23/6/2012

Ireland

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton:

Steinlager Cup

29-0

60-0

9-0

-

18/8/2012

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Rugby Championship

18-10

27-19

2-1

4

25/8/2012

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland:

Rugby Championship

9-0

22-0

1-0

4

8/9/2012

Argentina

Westpac Stadium, Wellington:

Rugby Championship

6-5

21-5

2-1

4

15/9/2012

South Africa

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin:

Rugby Championship

5-3

21-11

2-1

4

29/9/2012

Argentina

Estadio Cuidad, La Plata

Rugby Championship

32-8

54-15

7-2

5

6/10/2012

South Africa

FNB Stadium, Soweto:

Rugby Championship

12-16

32-16

4-1

5

20/10/2012

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Bledisloe

6-12

18-18

0-0

-

10/11/2012

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

End-of-the-Year-1

34-17

51-22

6-3

-

17/11/2012

Italy

Rome

End-of-the-Year-2

13-7

42-10

5-1

-

24/12/2012

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End-of-the-Year-3

23-0

33-10

3-2

-

1/12/2012

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

End-of-the-Year-4

0-12

21-38

3-3

-

2011

22/7/2011

Fiji

Carisbrook, Dunedin: 19:35

Test

32-0

60-14

8-2

-

30/7/2011

South Africa

WestPac Stadium, Wellington:

3Nations/Freedom

18-7

40-7

6-1

5

6/8/2011

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland:

3Nations/Bledisloe

17-0

30-14

3-2

4

20/8/2011

South Africa

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

3Nations/Freedom

5-15

5-18

1-0

0

27/8/2011

Australia

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane:

3Nations/Bledisloe

3-20

20-25

2-3

1

2010

12/6/2010

Ireland

Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

Test

38-7

66-28

9-4

-

19/6/2010

Wales

Last test at Carisbrook, Dunedin

1st Test

15-9

42-9

5-0

-

26/6/2010

Wales

Rugby Park, Hamilton

2nd Test

13-3

29-10

2-1

-

10/7/2010

South Africa

Eden Park, Auckland

3Nations/Freedom-1

20-3

32-12

4-0

5

17/7/2010

South Africa

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

3Nations/Freedom-2

13-7

31-17

4-2

5

31/7/2010

Australia

Melbourne

3Nations/Bledisloe-1

32-14

49-28

7-3

5

7/8/2010

Australia

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

3Nations/Bledisloe-2

17-10

20-10

2-1

4

21/8/2010

South Africa

FNB (Soccer) Stadium, Johannesburg

3Nations/Freedom-3

14-16

29-22

3-1

4

11/9/2010

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

3Nations/Bledisloe-3

6-14

23-22

2-2

4

30/10/2010

Australia

Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong

Bledisloe4

17-12

24-26

3-4

-

6/11/2010

England

Twickenham, London: 14:30

Hillary Cup Test

17-3

26-16

2-1

-

13/11/2010

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 17:15

End-of-the-Year-2

28-3

49-3

7-0

-

20/11/2010

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin: 17:30

End-of-the-Year-3

19-13

38-18

4-2

-

27/11/2010

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 17:15

End-of-the-Year-4

13-9

37-25

5-1

-

2009

13/6/2009

France

Carisbrook, Dunedin

1st Test

11-17

22-27

2-3

-

20/6/2009

France

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

2nd Test

8-0

14-10

1-1

-

27/6/2009

Italy

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

Test

13-3

27-6

3-0

-

18/7/2009

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland

3-Nations/Bledisloe1

10-13

22-16

1-1

4

25/7/2009

South Africa

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

3Nations/Freedom-1

3-14

19-28

1-2

0

1/8/2009

South Africa

Absa Stadium, Durban

3Nations/Freedom-2

13-22

19-31

1-1

0

22/8/2009

Australia

Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney

3-Nations/Bledisloe2

3-12

19-18

1-0

4

12/9/2009

South Africa

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

3-Nations/Freedom-3

12-22

29-32

2-2

1

19/9/2009

Australia

WestPac Stadium, Wellington

3-Nations/Bledisloe3

16-6

33-6

3-0

4

31/10/2009

Australia

National Stadium, Tokyo

Bledisloe4

13-16

32-19

2-1

-

07/11/2009

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

End-of-the-Year-1

6-6

19-12

1-0

-

14/11/2009

Italy

Stade de Flaminio, Rome

End-of-the-Year-2

14-3

20-6

1-0

-

21/11/2009

England

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-3

6-6

19-6

1-0

-

28/11/2009

France

Stade Válodrome, Marseille

End-of-the-Year-4

22-12

39-12

5-0

-

5/12/2009

Barbarians

Twickenham., London

End-of-the-Year-5

10-14

18-25

2-3

Non-Test

2008

7/6/2008

Ierland

WestPac, Wellington

Test

8-8

21-11

2-1

-

14/6/2008

England

Eden Park, Auckland

1st Test

23-13

37-20

4-2

-

21/6/2008

England

AMI Stadium, Chrictchurch

2nd Test

20-0

44-12

5-2

-

5/7/2008

South Africa

WestPac, Wellington

Tri-Nations & Freedom

9-8

19-8

1-1

4

12/7/2008

South Africa

Carisbrook, Dunedin

Tri-Nations & Freedom

15-17

28-30

1-2

1

26/7/2008

Australia

ANZ, Sydney

Tri-Nations & Bledisloe1

12-19

19-34

3-4

0

2/8/2008

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland

Tri-Nations & Bledisloe2

21-10

39-10

4-1

5

16/8/2008

South Africa

Newlands, Cape Town

Tri-Nations & Freedom

5-0

19-0

3-0

4

3/9/2008

Samoa

Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth

Test

47-7

101-14

15-2

-

13/9/2008

Australia

Suncorp, Brisbane

Tri-Nations & Bledisloe3

7-10

28-24

4-3

5

1/11/2008

Australia

So Kon Po Stadium, Hong Kong

Bledisloe4-EoY1

9-14

19-14

2-2

-

8/11/2008

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

Grand Slam1-EoY2

18-6

32-6

4-0

-

15/11/2008

Ireland

Dublin

Grand Slam2-EoY3

10-3

22-3

3-0

-

18/11/2008

Munster

Munster

Tour

0-0

18-16

2-1

Non-test

22/11/2008

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Grand Slam3-EoY4

6-9

29-9

2-0

-

29/11/2008

England

Twickenham, London

Grand Slam4-EoY5/Hillary

12-3

32-6

3-0

-

2007

2/6/2007

France

Auckland

1st Test

20-3

42-11

5-1

-

9/6/2007

France

Wellington

2nd Test

30-3

61-10

9-1

-

16/6/2007

Canada

Hamilton

Test

26-13

64-13

10-1

-

23/6/2007

South Africa

Durban

Tri-Nations & Freedom

6-11

26-21

2-2

4

30/6/2007

Australia

Melbourne

Tri-Nations & Bledisloe

15-6

15-20

2-2

1

14/7/2007

South Africa

Christchurch

Tri-Nations & Freedom

6-3

33-6

3-0

4

21/7/2007

Australia

Auckland

Tri-Nations & Bledisloe

12-9

26-12

1-0

4

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6. ALL BLACK TEST MATCH SUMMARY - 2000-2014

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

PD

Tries F

Tries A

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs England (Hillary Shield)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs Scotland

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Total

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rugby Championship

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

vs Australia (Bledisloe)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs Argentina

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs South Africa (Freedom)

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

14

14

0

0

454

239

215

51

19

2012

14

12

1

1

466

193

273

50

18

2011

12

10

2

0

456

150

306

60

16

2010

14

13

1

0

495

246

249

59

22

2009

14

10

4

0

333

229

104

25

11

2008

15

13

2

0

489

201

288

56

20

2007

12

10

2

0

594

148

446

80

13

2006

12

11

1

0

398

204

194

42

21

2005

12

11

1

0

447

165

282

55

15

2004

11

9

2

0

367

180

187

40

18

2003

14

12

2

0

602

207

395

81

16

2002

11

8

2

1

375

175

200

47

17

2001

10

8

2

0

334

162

172

38

11

2000

10

7

3

0

474

238

236

60

24

TOTAL

173

146

25

2

6202

2737

3465

735

237

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7. ALL BLACK WORLD CUP RESULTS - 1987-2015

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Tries

1987

New Zealand and Australia

22/5/1987

Italy

Eden Park, Auckland

70-6

12-0

27/5/1987

Fiji

Lancaster Park, Christchurch

74-13

12-1

1/6/1987

Argentina

Athletic Park, Wellington

46-15

6-1

6/6/1987

Scotland

Lancaster Park, Christchurch - Quarter-final

30-3

2-0

14/6/1987

Wales

Ballymore, Brisbane - Semi-final

49-6

8-1

20/6/1987

France

Eden Park, Auckland - FINAL

29-9

3-1

1991

Britain and France

3/10/1991

England

Twickenham, London

18-12

1-0

8/10/1991

USA

Kingsholm, Gloucester

46-6

8-0

13/10/1991

Italy

Welford Road, Leicester

31-21

4-2

10/10/1991

Canada

Stade de Nord, Lille - Quarter-final

29-13

5-2

27/10/1991

Australia

Lansdowne Road, Dublin - Semi-final

6-16

0-2

30/10/1991

Scotland

Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff - Third Place Playoff

13-6

1-0

1995

South Africa

27/5/1995

Ireland

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

43-19

5-3

31/5/1995

Wales

Ellis Park, Johannesburg

34-9

3-0

4/6/1995

Japan

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

145-17 (*)

21-2

11/6/1995

Scotland

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Quarter-final

48-30

6-3

18/6/1995

England

Newlands, Cape Town - Semi-final

45-29

6-4

24/6/1995

South Africa

Ellis Park, Johannesburg - FINAL

12-15 (**)

0-0

(*) - RWC Record
(**) - Lost after extra time

1999

Britain and France

3/10/1999

Tonga

Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol

45-9

5-0

9/11/1999

England

Twickenham, London

30-16

3-1

14/10/1999

Italy

McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield

101-3

14-0

24/10/1999

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh - Quarter-final

30-18

4-2

31/10/1999

France

Twickenham, London - Semi-final

31-43

3-4

4/11/1999

South Africa

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - Third Place Playoff

18-22

0-1

2003

Australia

11/10/2003

Italy

Telstra Dome, Melbourne

70-7

11-1

17/10/2003

Canada

Telstra Dome, Melbourne

68-6

10-0

24/10/2003

Tonga

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

91-7

13-1

2/11/2003

Wales

Telstra Stadium, Sydney

53-37

8-4

8/11/2003

South Africa

Telstra Dome, Melbourne - Quarter-final

29-9

3-0

15/11/2003

Australia

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Semi-final

10-22

1-1

20/11/2003

France

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Third Place Playoff

40-13

6-1

2007

Group C

France and Britain

8/9/2007

Italy

Marseille

76-14

11-2

15/9/2007

Portugal

Lyon

108-13

16-1

23/9/2007

Scotland

Edinburgh

40-0

6-0

29/9/2007

Romania

Toulouse

85-8

13-1

6/10/2007

France

Cardiff - Quarter-final-2

18-20

2-2

2011

Group A

New Zealand

09/9/2011

Tonga

Eden Park, Auckland (20:30)

41-10

6-1

16/9/20011

Japan

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton (20:00)

83-7

13-1

24/9/20011

France

Eden Park, Auckland (20:30)

37-17

5-2

02/10/20011

Canada

Regional Stadium, Wellington (15:30)

79-15

12-2

08/10/20011

Argentina

Eden Park, Auckland: Quarter-final-4 (19:30)

33-10

2-1

15/10/20011

Australia

Eden Park, Auckland: Semi-final1 (21:00)

20-6

1-0

23/10/20011

France

Eden Park, Auckland: FINAL (21:00)

8-7

1-1

2015

Group C

England/Cardiff

20/9/2015

Argentina

Wembley Stadium, London

0-0

0-0

24/9/2015

Africa 1

Olympic Stadium, London

0-0

0-0

2/10/2015

Europe 1

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

0-0

0-0

9/10/2015

Tonga

St. Jame's Park, Newcastle

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. ALL BLACK SUMMARY WORLD CUP - 1987-2015

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

1987

6

6

0

0

298

52

43

4

1991

6

5

1

0

143

74

19

6

1995

6

5

1

0

327

119

41

12

1999

6

4

2

0

255

111

29

8

2003

7

6

1

0

361

101

52

8

2007

5

4

1

0

327

55

48

6

2011

7

7

0

0

301

72

40

8

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

43

37

6

0

2012

584

272

52

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9. NEW ZEALAND'S OVERALL TEST RECORD AGAINST ALL COUNTRIES
(15/8/1903 to 6/1/2014)

(*) Opponents
&
Date of First match

Pld

Won

Lost

Drawn

PF

PA

Argentina: 26/10/1985

18

17

0

1

754

238

Australia: 15/8/1903

149

102

41

6

2974

2043

(+) British Isles: 13/8/1904

38

29

6

3

634

345

Canada: 10/10/1991

5

5

0

0

313

54

England: 2/12/1905

36

28

7

1

861

484

Fiji: 27/51987

5

5

0

0

364

50

France: 1/1/1906

55

42

12

1

1345

713

Ireland: 25/11/1905

28

26

0

1

812

310

Italy: 27/5/1987

12

12

0

0

686

118

Japan: 4/6/1995

3

3

0

0

282

30

Pacific Islanders: 10/7/2004

1

1

0

0

41

26

Portugal: 15/9/2007

1

1

0

0

108

13

Romania: 24/10/1981

2

2

0

0

99

14

Samoa: 31/7/1993

5

5

0

0

308

56

Scotland: 18/11/1905

29

27

0

2

876

316

South Africa: 13/8/1921

87

50

34

3

1679

1355

Tonga: 3/10/1999

4

4

0

0

279

26

United States of America: 15/11/1913

2

2

0

0

97

9

Wales: 16/12/1905

29

26

3

0

882

291

World XV: 18/4/1992

3

2

1

0

94

69

TOTAL

512

390

104

18

13488

6560

ratio (%)

76.17

20.31

3.52

(*) 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 Argentina's, Australia's and South Africa's case, some games the Pumas, NSW and the Springboks played against the All Blacks were counted as tests by Argentina, Australia and South Africa but not by New Zealand.

(+) 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. ALL BLACK'S TEST PROFILES

Name

Province

Birthdate

Height

Weight

Position

Tests

Points

Tries

Ben Afeaki

Waikato

12/1/1988

1.93m

127kg

Prop

1

0

0

(x)John Afoa

Auckland

16/10/1983

1.83m

126kg

Prop

35

5

1

Sosene Anesi

Waikato

3/6/1981

1.87m

90kg

Fullback

1

0

0

Ben Atiga

Auckland

5/5/1983

1.75m

99kg

Fullback

1

0

0

Beauden Barrett

Taranaki

327/5/1991

1.87m

92kg

Flyhalf/fullback

16

54

43

Steven Bates

Waikato

16/1/1980

1.92m

110kg

Eighthman

1

0

0

Dominic Bird

Canterbury

9/4/1991

2.06m

112kg

Lock

1

0

0

(x)Anthony Boric

NorthHarbour

27/12/1983

2.00m

110kg

Lock

24

10

2

Daniel Braid

Auckland

12/2/1981

1.86m

95kg

Flank

6

5

1

Sam Cane

Bay of Plenty

13/1/1992

1.89m

104kg

Loose forward

14

35

7

(x)Daniel Carter

Canterbury

5/3/1982

1.78m

91kg

Flyhalf

100

1442

29

Dane Coles

Wellington

11/12/1986

1.84m

103kg

Hooker

15

0

0

(x)Jimmy Cowan

Southland

6/3/1982

1.82m

92kg

Scrumhalf

50

40

8

Wyatt Crockett

Canterbury

24/1/1983

1.93m

112kg

Prop

23

5

1

Ryan Crotty

Canterbury

23/9/1988

1.81m

92kg

Flyhalf

5

5

1

(x)Aaron Cruden

Manawatu

8/1/1989

1.78m

79kg

Flyhalf

29

187

3

(x)Israel Dagg

Otago

6/6/1988

1.86m

95kg

Fullback

38

65

12

Mike Delany

Waikato

15/6/1982

1.78m

86kg

Flyhalf

1

0

0

Aled de Malmanche

Waikato

11/9/1984

1.85m

112kg

Hooker

5

0

0

Clarke Dermody

Otago

22/4/1980

1.83m

116kg

Prop

3

5

1

Stephen Donald

Waikato

3/12/1983

1.90m

98kg

Flyhalf

23

98

1

Tom Donnelly

Otago

1/10/1981

2.00m

113kg

Lock

15

0

0

Jason Eaton

Taranaki

21/8/1982

2.02m

107kg

Lock

15

5

1

Hikawera Elliott

Hawkes Bay

22/1/1986

1.86m

116kg

Hooker

2

0

0

(x)Andy Ellis

Canterbury

21/2/1984

1.81m

92kg

Scrumhalf

26

25

5

Tamati Ellison

Wellington

1/4/1983

1.84m

95kg

Utility back

4

0

0

Bryn Evans

Hawke's Bay

28/10/1984

1.96m

115kg

Lock

2

0

0

Nick Evans

North Harbour

14/8/1980

1.78m

84kg

Flyhalf/fullback

17

108

6

Charlie Faumuina

Auckland

24/12/1986

1.84m

123kg

Prop

17

0

0

(x)Corey Flynn

Canterbury

5/1/1981

1.84m

106kg

Hooker

15

15

3

(x)Ben Franks

Canterbury

27/3/1984

1.83m

112kg

Prop

31

10

2

(x)Owen Franks

Canterbury

27/12/1987

1.85m

112kg

Prop

54

0

0

Hosea Gear

Wellington

16/3/1984

1.89m

100kg

Wing

14

30

6

(x)Zac Guildford

Hawke's Bay

8/2/1989

1.82m

93kg

Wing

10

30

6

Frank Halai

Waikato

16/3/1988

1.95m

105kg

Wing

1

0

0

Jarrad Hoeata

Taranaki

12/12/1982

1.98m

110kg

Lock

3

0

0

(x)Andrew Hore
(CAPTAIN:1)

Taranaki

13/9/1978

1.83m

105kg

Hooker

83

35

7

(x)Cory Jane

Wellington

8/2/1983

1.83m

88kg

Wing

45

80

16

Campbell Johnstone

Canterbury

7/8/1980

1.83m

110kg

Prop

3

0

0

(x)Richard Kahui

Waikato

9/6/1985

1.90m

98kg

Centre

18

45

9

(x)Jerome Kaino

Auckland

6/4/1983

1.96m

105kg

No8/Flank

48

40

8

Tawera Kerr-Barlow

Waikato

15/8/1990

1.87m

89kg

Scrumhalf

14

0

0

Sione Lauaki

Waikato

26/6/1981

1.92m

115kg

Flanker

17
(3)

15
(15)

3
(3)

Tanerau Latimer

Bay of Plenty

6/5/1986

1.86m

101kg

Flanker

4

0

0

Casey Laulala

Canterbury

3/5/1982

1.86m

102kg

Centre

2

0

0

Brendon Leonard

Waikato

16/4/1985

1.82m

91kg

Scrumhalf

13

10

2

Steven Luatua

Auckland

4/4/1991

1.94m

109kg

Loose forward

11

0

0

Angus McDonald

Auckland

12/1/1981

1.94m

107kg

Flanker

2

0

0

Jamie Macintosh

Southland

20/2/1985

1.92m

129kg

Prop

1

0

0

Lelia Masaga

Wellington

30/8/1986

1.80m

93kg

Wing

1

5

1

Alby Mathewson

Auckland

13/12/1985

1.73m

89kg

Scrumhalf

4

0

0

Aaron Mauger

Canterbury

29/1/1980

1.82m

92kg

Centre/flyhalf

45

90

13

Luke McAlister

North Harbour

28/8/1983

1.78m

94kg

Centre/flyhalf

30

141

7

(x)Richie McCaw
(CAPTAIN:87)

Canterbury

31/12/1980

1.87m

99kg

Flank

124

105

21

(x)Keven Mealamu
(CAPTAIN:3)

Auckland

20/3/1979

1.81m

102kg

Hooker

110

60

12

Liam Messam

Waikato

25/3/1984

1.88m

109kg

Loose forward

28

25

5

(x)Mils Muliaina
(CAPTAIN: 3)

Waikato

31/7/1980

1.83m

85kg

Fullback/Centre

100

170

34

(x)Ma'a Nonu

Wellington

21/5/1982

1.82m

100kg

Centre

88

 

125

25

Kevin O'Neill

Waikato

24/2/1982

2.01m

117kg

Lock

1

0

0

TJ Perenara

A

/1991

m

kg

C

1

0

0

Charles Piutau

Auckland

31/10/1991

1.80m

94kg

Centre/wing

10

15

3

Rene Ranger

Northland

30/9/1986

1.82m

96kg

Wing/centre

6

5

1

(x)Kieran Read
(CAPTAIN: 6)

Canterbury

26/10/1985

1.93m

105kg

No 8/flanker

61

75

15

Brodie Retallick

Bay of Plenty

31/5/1991

2.04m

121kg

Lock

24

5

1

Joe Rokocoko

Auckland

6/6/1983

1.89m

98kg

Wing

68

230

46

Luke Romano

Canterbury

16/2/1986

1.99m

110kg

Lock

17

5

1

Isaac Ross

Canterbury

27/10/1984

1.99m

118kg

Lock

8

10

2

James Ryan

Otago

10/2/1983

2.00m

114kg

Lock

9

0

0

Francis Saili

North Harbour

16/2/1991

1.80m

99kg

Centre

2

0

0

Julian Savea

Wellington

7/8/1990

1.92m

103kg

Wing

20

95

19

John Schwalger

Wellington

28/9/1983

1.87m

122kg

Prop

2

5

1

Sitiveni Sivivatu

Waikato

19/4/1982

1.85m

100kg

Wing

45
(3)

145
(20)

29
(4)

(x)Colin Slade

Canterbury

10/10/1987

1.83m

90kg

Flyhalf/fullback

11

60

3

Aaron Smith

Manawatu

21/11/1988

1.71m

82kg

Scrumhalf

26

35

7

Ben R Smith

Otago

1/6/1986

1.90m

85kg

Utility back

26

65

13

(x)Conrad Smith

Wellington

12/10/1981

1.86m

87kg

Centre

75

120

24

Benson Stanley

Auckland

11/9/1984

1.85m

97kg

Centre

3

0

0

Tom Taylor

Canterbury

11/3/1989

1.82m

83kg

Flyhalf

3

14

0

Ben Tameifuna

Waikato

30/8/1991

1.82m

134kg

Prop

0

0

0

Saimone Taumoepeau

Auckland

21/12/1979

1.86m

105kg

Prop

3

5

1

(x)Adam Thomson

Otago

13/3/1982

1.96m

112kg

Flank/No 8

29

30

6

(x)Brad Thorn

Canterbury

3/2/1975

1.95m

112kg

Lock

59

20

4

Jeremy Thrush

Wellington

19/4/1985

1.98m

115kg

Lock

5

5

1

Neemia Tialata

Wellington

15/7/1982

1.87m

124kg

Prop

43

10

2

Matt Todd

Canterbury

24/3/1988

1.85m

104kg

Loose forward

2

0

0

(x)Isaia Toeava

Auckland

15/1/1986

1.82m

93kg

Fullback/centre

36

40

8

Jeff Allen

Wellington

19/11/1990

1.92m

125kg

Prop

1

0

0

Anthony Tuitavake

Auckland

12/12/1984

1.82m

90kg

Wing/centre

6

5

1

Sam Tuitupou

Auckland

1/2/1982

1.76m

86kg

Centre

9

5

1

(x)Victor Vito

Wellington

27/3/1987

1.92m

109kg

Loose forward

22

10

2

(x)Piri Weepu

Wellington

7/9/1983

1.78m

92kg

Scrumhalf

71

103

7

George Whitelock

Canterbury

27/3/1986

1.90m

106kg

Loose forward

1

5

1

Luke Whitelock

Canterbury

29/1/1991

1.94m

107kg

Loose forward

1

0

0

(x)Sam Whitelock

Canterbury

12/10/1988

2.02m

108kg

Lock

51

20

4

(x)Ali Williams

Auckland

30/4/1981

2.02m

106kg

Lock

77

35

7

(x)Tony Woodcock

North Harbour

27/1/1981

1.84m

118kg

Prop

107

45

9

Rudi Wulf

North Harbour

2/2/1984

1.82m

91kg

Wing

4

0

0

(x) - 2011 RWC Squad

(*) - Sitiveni Sivivatu played 3 tests in 2004 for the Pacific Islanders against New Zealand, Australia and South Africa and scored 4 tries.
(-) - Sione Lauaki played 3 tests in 2004 for the Pacific Islanders against, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa and scored 3 tries.

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11. NEW ZEALAND TEST RECORDS

Individual

Most career Matches

124

Richie McCaw

110

Keven Mealamu

107

Tony Woodcock

100

Mils Muliainau

100

Daniel Carter

92

Sean Fitzpatrick

88

Ma'a Nonu

83

Andrew Hore

81

Justin Marshall

79

Ian Jones

77

Ali Williams

75

Conrad Smith

74

Tana Umaga

71

Piri Weepu

70

Andrew Mehrtens

68

Joe Rokocoko

67

Chris Jack

66

Greg Somerville

63

John Kirwan

63

Jonah Lomu

62

Robin Brooke

62

Doug Howlett

62

Rodney So'oialo

61

Kieran Read

60

Craig Dowd

60

Jeff Wilson

59

Anton Oliver

58

Zinzan Brooke

58

Christian Cullen

58

Brad Thorn

58

Gary Whetton

57

Byron Kelleher

56

Olo Brown

56

Leon MacDonald

55

Frank Bunce

55

Michael Jones

55

Colin Meades

54

Owen Franks

54

Josh Kronfeld

51

Taine Randell

51

Sam Whitelock

50

Jimmy Cowan

50

Reuben Thorne

Most Tests as Captain

87

Richie McCaw (77 wins,1 draw)

51

Sean Fitzpatrick

30

Wilson Whineray

23

Reuben Thorne

22

Taine Randell

21

Tana Umaga

19

Graham Mourie

18

Brian Lochore

17

Andy Dalton

15

Gary Whetton

14

Wayne Shelford

11

David Kirk

10

Todd Blackadder

10

Andy Leslie

10

Anton Oliver

Most Career points

1442

Daniel Carter (100  tests: 14.42 ave)

967

Andrew Mehrtens (70 tests: 13.81 ave)

645

Grant Fox (46 tests: 14.02 ave)

291

Carlos Spencer

245

Doug Howlett

236

Christian Cullen

234

Jeff Wilson

230

Joe Rokocoko

207

Don Clarke

201

Allan Hewson

187

Aaron Cruden

185

Jonah Lomu

185

Tana Umaga

171

Tony Brown

170

Mils Muliaina

145

Sitiveni Sivivatu

143

John Kirwan

141

Leon MacDonald

141

Luke McAlister

125

Ma'a Nonu

121

Fergie McCormick

120

Justin Marshall

120

Conrad Smith

114

Simon Culhane

105

Keith Crowley

105

Richie McCaw

103

Nick Evans

103

Piri Weepu

Most points in a Test

45

Simon Culhane
(vs Japan, 1995: Bloemfontein)

36

Tony Brown
(vs Italy, 1999: Huddersfield)

33

Carlos Spencer
(vs Argentina, 1997)

33

Andrew Mehrtens
(vs Ireland, 1997)

33

Daniel Carter
(vs British Lions, 2005)

33

Nick Evans
(vs Portugal, 2007)

32

Tony Brown
(vs Tonga, 2000: North Harbour)

30

Marc Ellis
(vs Japan, 1995: Bloemfontein)

30

Tony Brown
(vs Western Samoa, 2001: North Harbour)

29

Andrew Mehrtens
(vs Australia, 1999: Auckland)

29

Leon MacDonald
(vs Tonga, 2003: Brisbane)

29

Daniel Carter
(vs Canada, 2007)

28

Andrew Mehrtens
(vs Canada, 1995)

Most Career Tries

49

Doug Howlett

46

Christian Cullen

46

Joe Rokocoko

44

Jeff Wilson

37

Jonah Lomu

37

Tana Umaga

35

John Kirwan

34

Mils Muliaina

29

Dan Carter

29

Sitiveni Sivivatu

25

Ma'a Nonu

24

Justin Marshall

24

Conrad Smith

21

Richie McCaw

20

Frank Bunce

19

Julian Savea

19

Stu Wilson

19

Terry Wright

17

Zinzan Brooke

16

Cory Jane

16

Ian Kirkpatrick

15

Leon MacDonald

15

Kieran Read

Most Tries in a Test

6

Marc Ellis
(vs Japan, 1995: Bloemfontein: RWC)

5

Jeff Wilson
(vs Fiji, 1997: Hamilton)

4

D. McGregor
(vs England, 1905)

4

Craig Green
(vs Fiji, 1987: RWC)

4

John Gallagher
(vs Fiji, 1987: RWC)

4

John Kirwan
(vs Wales, 1988)

4

Jonah Lomu
(vs England, 1995: Cape Town: RWC)

4

Christian Cullen
(vs Scotland, 1996)

4

Jeff Wilson
(vs Western Samoa, 1999: RWC)

4

Mils Muliaina
(vs Canada, 2003: RWC)

4

Sitiveni Sivivatu
(vs Fiji, 2005)

4

Zac Guildford
(vs Canada, 2011, Wellington: RWC)

Team

Most points in a Test

145

vs Japan (145-17), 1995: Bloemfontein

108

vs Portugal (108-13), 2007: Lyon

102

vs Tonga (102-0), 2000: North Harbour

101

vs Italy (101-3), 1999: Huddersfield

101

vs Samoa (101-14), 2008: New Plymouth

93

vs Argentina (93-8), 1997: Wellington

91

vs Tonga (91-7), 2003: Brisbane

91

vs Fiji (91-0), 2005: Albany

85

vs Romania (85-8), 2007: Toulouse

145

vs Japan (145-17), 1995: Bloemfontein

83

vs Japan (83-7), 2011: Hamilton. NZ

79

vs Canada (79-15), 2011: Wellington

76

vs Italy (76-14), 2007: Marseille

74

vs Fiji (74-13), 1987: Christchurch

73

vs Canada (73-7), 1995: Auckland

71

vs Fiji (71-5), 1997: Hamilton

71

vs Samoa (71-13), 1999: Albany

70

vs Italy (70-6), 1987: Auckland

70

vs Italy (70-6), 1995: Bologna

70

vs Italy (70-7), 2003: Melbourne

68

vs Fiji (68-18), 2002: Wellington

68

vs Canada (68-6), 2003: Melbourne

67

vs Argentina (67-19), 2001: Christchurch

66

vs Ireland (66-28), 2010, New Plymouth

64

vs England (64-22), 1998: Dunedin

64

vs Italy (64-10), 2002: Hamilton

64

vs Canada (64-13), 2007: Hamilton

63

vs Ireland (63-15), 1997, Dublin

62

vs Scotland (62-31), 1996, Dunedin

61

vs France (61-10), 2007, Wellington

60

vs Fiji (60-14), 2011, Dunedin

60

vs Ireland (60-0), 2012, Hamilton

Biggest Winning Points Margin

128

vs Japan (145-17), 1995: Bloemfontein

102

vs Tonga (102-0), 2000: North Harbour

98

vs Italy (101-3), 1999: Huddersfield

95

vs Portugal (108-13), 2007: Lyon

91

vs Fiji (91-0), 2005: Albany

87

vs Samoa (101-14), 2008: New Plymouth

85

vs Argentina (93-8), 1997: Wellington

84

vs Tonga (91-7), 2003: Brisbane

77

vs Romania (85-8), 2007: Toulouse

76

vs Japan (83-7), 2011: Hamilton, NZ

66

vs Canada (73-7), 1995: Auckland

66

vs Fiji (71-5), 1997: Hamilton

64

vs Italy (70-6), 1987: Auckland

64

vs Italy (70-6), 1995: Bologna

64

vs Canada (79-15), 2011: Wellington

63

vs Italy (70-7), 2003: Melbourne

62

vs Canada (68-6), 2003: Melbourne

62

vs Italy (76-14), 2007: Marseille

61

vs Fiji (74-13), 1987, Christchurch

60

vs Ireland (60-0), 2012, Hamilton

Highest score by Opposing Countries

35

by Australia (39-35), 2000: Sydney

20

by British Lions (7-20), 1993: Wellington

15

by Canada 15-79, 2011: Wellington

38

by England (38-21), 2012: London

43

by France (31-43), 1999: London

13

by Portugal (13-108), 2007: Lyon

29

by Ireland (40-29), 2001: Dunedin

46

vs South Africa (40-46), 2000: Johannesburg

40

vs South Africa (26-40), 2004: Johannesburg

30

by Scotland (48-30), 1995: Pretoria

37

by Wales (53-37), 2003: Sydney

Biggest losing points margin

21

lost to Australia 7-28 (1999), Sydney

17
-
----------------
17
-

lost to South Africa 0-17 (1928),
Durban
lost to England 21-38 (2012), London

15

lost to Australia 5-20 (1964), Wellington

14

lost to World XV 14-28 (1992), Christchurch

14

lost to France 8-22 (1994), Christchurch

14

lost to South Africa 26-40 (2004), Johannebsurg

Most tries in a Test

21

vs Japan (145-17), 1995: Bloemfontein

16

vs Portugal (108-13), 2007: Lyon

15

vs Tonga (102-0), 2000: North Harbour

15

vs Fiji (91-0), 2005: Albany

15

vs Samoa (101-14), 2008: New Plymouth

14

vs Argentina (93-8), 1997: Wellington

14

vs Italy (101-30), 1999: Huddersfield

13

vs All America (51-3), 1913: Berkeley

13

vs Tonga (91-7), 2003: Brisbane

13

vs Romania (85-8), 2007: Toulouse

13

vs Japan (83-7), 2011: Hamilton, NZ

12

vs Italy (70-6), 1987: Auckland

12

vs Fiji (74-13), 1987: Christchurch

12

vs Canada (79-15), 2011: Wellington

11

vs Fiji (68-18), 2002: Wellington

11

vs Italy (70-7), 2003: Melbourne
vs Italy (76-14), 2007: Marseille

10

vs Canada
68-6, 2003: Melbourne
64-13, 2007: Hamilton

Most tries conceded in a Test

6

by South Africa (40-46), 2000: Johannesburg

5

by South Africa (6-17), 1937: Auckland

5

by Australia (16-30), 1978: Auckland

5

by World XV (54-26), 1992, Wellington

5

by Australia (39-35), 2000: Sydney

5

by South Africa (26-40), 2004: Johannesburg

Longest unbeaten sequence

23
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20
-
-

22/5/1987 to 4/8/1990
(they drew the 11th game vs Australia 19-19 - 16/7/1988)
------------------------------
9/9/2011 to 24/11/2012
(they drew the 17th game vs Australia 18-18 - 20/10/2012)

Longest unbeaten sequence at home

30

2003-2008
12/9/2009-19/10/2013

Longest winning sequence

17
16

18/9/1965 to 14/6/1969
9/9/2011 to 6/10/2012

Longest losing sequence

6

16/7/1949 to 24/9/1949

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