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Rugby Championship Overall Records


Rugby Championship Overall Records
(as at 29/9/2014)

Rugby Championship Records

Including Tri-Nations
(In 2006; 2008-2010; 2012 a six match competition)

Team

Rugby Championship Champions

Twice

New Zealand

2012, 2013

Tri-Nations Champions

10 Times

New Zealand

1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010

3 Times

South Africa

1998, 2004, 2009

3 Times

Australia

2000, 2001, 2011

Most Wins in a Series

6

New Zealand (2010, 2012, 2013)

5

New Zealand (2006)

5

South Africa (2009)

4

New Zealand (1996, 1997, 2003, 2008)

4

South Africa (1998; 2013)

3

Australia (2000, 2008, 2011, 2012)

3

New Zealand (2005, 2002, 1999, 2007, 2009, 2014)

3

South Africa (2005, 2014)

Most Loses in a Series

6

Argentina (2013)

5

Australia (2009)

5

South Africa (2010)

5

Argentina (2012; 2014)

4

Australia (2005, 2006, 2010; 2013)

4

New Zealand (1998)

4

South Africa (2006, 2008)

3

Australia (1996, 1997, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2012)

3

South Africa (1996, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2012)

3

New Zealand (2009)

Best Match-winning Streak

12

New Zealand (2012-2013 )

8

New Zealand (1996-1997; 2005-2006; 2009-2010; 2012 )

7

New Zealand (2002-2004)

5

South Africa (1997-1998; 2008-2009)

5

Australia (1999-2000)

Worst Match-losing Streak

15

Argentina (2012-2014)

6

Australia (2008-2009)

5

South Africa (2003-2004; 2005-2006)

5

Australia (2004-2005)

4

South Africa (1996-1997; 2001-2002, 2010-2011)

4

New Zealand (1998)

Biggest Winning Points Margin

60

South Africa 73 Argentina 13

7/8/2013, Soweto, South Africa

49

Australia 49 South Africa 0

15/7/2006, Brisbane, Australia

45

South Africa 53 Australia 9

30/8/2008, Johannesburg, South Africa

39

South Africa 61 Australia 22

23/8/1997, Pretoria, South Africa

39

N.Zealand 54 Argentina 15

29/9/2012, La Plata, Argentina

37

New Zealand 43 Australia 6

6/7/1996, Wellington, New Zealand

37

Australia 54 Argentina 17

6/10/2013, Rosario, Argentina

36

N.Zealand 52 S. Africa 16

19/7/2003, Pretoria, South Africa

33

N.Zealand 40 South Africa 7

30/7/2011, Wellington, New Zealand

31

New Zealand 51 Australia 20

23/8/2014, Auckland, New Zealand

29

New Zealand 50 Australia 21

26/7/2003, Sydney, Australia

29

New Zealand 39 Australia 10

2/8/2008, Auckland, New Zealand

28

N.Zealand 28 South Africa 0

10/7/1999, Dunedin, New Zealand

27

N.Zealand 33 South Africa 6

14/7/2007, Christchurch, New Zealand

27

New Zealand 33 Australia 6

19/9/2009, Wellington, New Zealand

26

Australia 32 South Africa 6

17/7/1999, Brisbane, Australia

26

South Africa 38 Australia 12

7/9/2013, Brisbane, Australia

Most Points in a Match

73

South Africa vs Argentina (73-13)

7/8/2013, Soweto, South Africa

61

South Africa vs Australia (61-22)

23/8/1997, Pretoria, South Africa

55

New Zealand vs South Africa (55-35)

9/8/1997, Auckland, New Zealand

54

New Zealand vs Argentina (54-15)

29/9/2012, La Plata, Argentina

54

Australia vs Argentina
(54-17)

6/10/2013, Rosario, Argentina

53

South Africa vs Australia (53-8)

30/8/2008, Johannesburg, South Africa

52

New Zealand vs South Africa (52-16)

19/7/2003, Pretoria, South Africa

51

New Zealand vs Australia (51-20)

23/8/2014, Auckland, New Zealand

50

New Zealand vs Australia (50-21)

26/7/2003, Sydney, Australia

49

Australia vs South Africa (49-3)

15/7/2006, Brisbane, Australia

49

New Zealand vs Australia (49-28)

31/7/2010, Etihad Stadium, Melbourne

47

New Zealand vs Australia (47-29)

17/8/2013, Sydney, Australia

46

South Africa vs New Zealand (46-40)

19/8/2000, Ellis Park, Johannesburg

45

New Zealand vs South Africa (45-26)

26/8/2006, Sydney, Australia

44

South Africa vs Australia (44-25)

28/8/2010, Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

43

New Zealand vs Australia (43-6)

6/7/1996, Wellington, New Zealand

41

New Zealand vs South Africa (41-20)

20/7/2002, Wellington, New Zealand

41

Australia vs South Africa (41-39)

4/9/2010, Bloemfontein, South Africa

40

South Africa vs New Zealand (40-26)

14/8/2004, Ellis Park, Johannesburg

40

New Zealand vs South Africa (40-7)

30/7/2011, WestPac Stadium, Wellington

Most Aggregate Points in a Match

90

New Zealand 55 South Africa 35 (9/8/1997, Auckland, New Zealand)

86

South Africa 46 New Zealand 40 (19/8/2000, Johannesburg, South Africa)

86

South Africa 73 Argentina 13 (19/8/2013, Soweto, South Africa)

83

South Africa 61 Australia 22 (23/8/1997, Pretoria, South Africa)

80

Australia 41 South Africa 39 (4/9/2010, Bloemfontein, South Africa)

77

New Zealand 49 Australia 28 (31/7/2010, Melbourne, Australia)

76

New Zealand 47 Australia 29 (17/8/2013, Sydney, Australia)

74

New Zealand 39 Australia 35 (15/7/2000, Sydney, Australia)

71

New Zealand 50 Australia 21 (26/7/2003, Sydney, Australia)

71

New Zealand 45 South Africa 26 (26/8/2006, Pretoria, South Africa)

71

New Zealand 51 Australia 20 (23/8/2014, Auckland, New Zealand)

71

Australia 54 Argentina 17 (6/10/2013, Rosario, Argentina)

Least Aggregate Points in a Match

15

New Zealand 12 South Africa 3 (21/7/2001, Cape Town, South Africa)

16

South Africa 13 New Zealand 3 (25/7/1998, Wellington, New Zealand)

18

New Zealand 12 Australia 6 (13/7/2002, Christchurch, New Zealand)

19

South Africa 10 Australia 9 (14/8/1999, Cape Town, South Africa)

19

New Zealand 19 South Africa 0 (16/8/2008, Cape Town, South Africa)

Most Points Away from Home

54

New Zealand (54) vs Argentina (15) (La Plata, Argentina, 2012)

54

Australia (54) vs Argentina (17) (Rosario, Argentina, 2013)

52

New Zealand (52) vs South Africa (16) (Pretoria, South Africa, 2003)

50

New Zealand (50) vs Australia (21) (Sydney, Australia, 2003)

49

New Zealand (49) vs Australia (28) (Melbourne, Australia, 2010)

47

New Zealand (47) vs Australia (29) (Sydney, Australia, 2013)

45

New Zealand (45) vs South Africa (26) (Pretoria, South Africa, 2006)

41

Australia (41) vs South Africa (39) (Bleomfontein, South Africa, 2010)

40

New Zealand (40) vs South Africa (46) (Johannesburg, South Africa, 2000)

39

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

38

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

38

New Zealand (38) vs South Africa (27) (Johannesburg, South Africa, 2013)

35

South Africa (35) vs New Zealand (55) (Auckland, New Zealand, 1997)

35

New Zealand (35) vs South Africa (32) (Johannesburg, South frica, 1997)

34

New Zealand (34)
vs South Africa (18) (Pretoria, South Africa, 1999)
vs Argentina (13) (La Plata, Argentina, 2014)

33

New Zealand (33) vs Argentina (15) (La Plata, Argentina, 2013)

33

South Africa (33) vs Argentina (31) (Salta, Argentina, 2014)

32

South Africa (32) vs Australia (25) (Perth, Australia, 2009)
South Africa (32) vs New Zealand (29) (Hamilton, New Zealand, 2009)

32

New Zealand (32) vs South Africa (16) (Soweto, South Africa)

31

Australia (31) vs South Africa (33) (Johannesburg, South Africa, 2002)
Australia (31) vs South Africa (44) (Pretoria, South Africa, 2010)

30

New Zealand (30) vs Australia (13) (Sydney, Australia, 2005)

30

South Africa (30) vs New Zealand (28) (Wellington, New Zealand, 2008)

Most Tries in a Match

9

South Africa
vs Argentina (17/8/2013, Soweto, South Africa)

8

South Africa
vs Australia (23/8/1997, Pretoria, South Africa)
vs Australia (30/8/2008, Johannesburg, South Africa)

7

New Zealand
vs South Africa (9/8/1997, Auckland, New Zealand)
vs South Africa (19/7/2003, Pretoria, South Africa)
vs Australia (26/7/2003, Sydney, Australia)
vs Australia (31/7/2010, Melbourne, Australia)
vs Argentina (29/9/2012, La Plata, Argentina)

7

Australia versus Argentina (6/10/2013, Rosario, Argentina)

6

New Zealand
vs Australia (6/7/1996, Wellington, New Zealand)
vs Australia (17/8/2013, Sydney, Australia)
vs Australia (23/8/2013, Auckland, New Zealand)

6

South Africa versus New Zealand (19/8/2000, Johannesburg, South Africa)

6

Australia versus South Africa (15/7/2006, Brisbane, Australia)

6

New Zealand versus South Africa (30/7/2011, Wellington, New Zealand)

Most Aggregate Tries in a Match

12

New Zealand (7) vs South Africa (5) (9/8/1997, Auckland, New Zealand)

11

South Africa (8) vs Australia (3) (23/8/1997, Pretoria, outh Africa)

10

South Africa (6) vs New Zealand (4) (19/8/2000, Johannesburg, South Africa)

10

New Zealand (7) vs Australia (3) (26/7/2003, Sydney, Australia)

10

New Zealand (7) vs Australia (3) (31/7/2010, Melbourne, Australia)

10

South Africa (9) vs Argentina (1) (17/8/2013, Soweto, South Africa)

Least Aggregate Tries in a Match

0

New Zealand beat South Africa 12-3 (21/7/2001, Cape Town, South Africa)

0

New Zealand beat Australia 12-6 (13/7/2002, Christchurch, New Zealand)

0

New Zealand and Australia drew 12-12 (16/8/2008, Sydney, Australia)

1

New Zealand (0) beat South Africa (1) 15-11 (20/7/1996, Christchurch, New Zealand)

1

South Africa (1) beat New Zealand (0) 13-3 (25/7/1998, Wellington, New Zealand)

1

South Africa (1) beat Australia (0) 10-9 (14/8/1999, Cape Town, South Africa)

1

South Africa (1) beat Australia (0) 20-15 (28/7/2001, Pretoria, South Africa)

1

New Zealand (1) beat Australia (0) 26-12 (21/7/2007, Auckland, New Zealand)

1

New Zealand (1) beat Australia (0) 19-18 (22/8/2009, Sydney, Australia)

1

Australia (1) beat South Africa (0) 14-9 (13/8/2011, Durban, South Africa)

1

South Africa (0) beat New Zealand (1) 18-5 (20/8/2011, Port Elizabeth, South Africa)

1

New Zealand (1) beat Australia (0) 22-0 (25/8/2012, Auckland, New Zealand)

1

South Africa (1) beat Argentina (0) 13-6 (16/8/2014, Pretoria, South Africa)

2

Australia (1) beat New Zealand (1) 28-7 (28/8/1999, Sydney, Australia)

2

New Zealand (2) beat South Africa (0) 25-12 (22/7/2000, Christchurch, New Zealand)

2

South Africa (1) drew with Australia (1) 14-14 (18/8/2001, Perth, Australia)

2

New Zealand (2) beat South Africa (0) 26-15 (25/8/2001, Auckland, New Zealand)

2

Australia (2) beat South Africa (0) 29-9 (2/8/2003, Brisbane, Australia)

2

New Zealand (1) beat South Africa (1) 19-11 (9/8/2003, Dunedin, New Zealand)

2

New Zealand (1) beat Australia (1) 16-7 (17/7/2004, Wellington, New Zealand)

2

South Africa (1) beat Australia (1) 22-16 (30/7/2005, Pretoria, South Africa)

2

South Africa (1) beat New Zealand (1) 22-16 (6/8/2005, Cape Town, South Africa)

2

South Africa (1) beat Australia (1) 22-19 (16/6/2007, Cape Town, South Africa)

2

New Zealand (1) beat South Africa (1) 14-10 (13/9/2014, Wellington, New Zealand)

2

New Zealand (1) beat South Africa (1) 19-8 (5/7/2008, Wellington, New Zealand)

2

Australia (2) beat South Africa (0) 16-9 (19/7/2008, Perth, Australia)

2

New Zealand (1) beat Australia (1) 22-16 (18/7/2009, Auckland, New Zealand)

2

Australia (2) beat South Africa (0) 21-6 (5/9/2009, Brisbane, Australia)

2

Argentina (1) and South Africa (1) drew 16-16 (25/8/2012, Mendoza, Argentina)

2

Australia (1) and Argentina (1) 25-19 (7/10/2012, Rosario, Argentina)

2

Australia (1) beat Argentina (1) 14-13 (14/9/2013, Perth, Australia)

Most Points in a Series

203

South Africa (2013)

202

New Zealand (2013)

184

New Zealand (2010)

179

New Zealand (2006)

177

New Zealand (2012)

162

Australia (2010)

159

New Zealand (1997)

158

South Africa (2009)

152

New Zealand (2008)

148

South Africa (1997)

147

South Africa (2010)

142

New Zealand (2003)

141

New Zealand (2009)

139

New Zealand (2014)

133

Australia (2006; 2013)

127

New Zealand (2000)

120

South Africa (2012)

119

New Zealand (1996)

119

Australia (2008)

115

South Africa (2008)

111

New Zealand (2005)

110

South Africa (2004)

107

South Africa (2014)

106

South Africa (2006)

104

Australia (2000)

103

New Zealand (1999)

103

South Africa (2002)

103

Australia (2009)

101

Australia (2012)

100

New Zealand (2007)

Least Points in a Series

34

South Africa (1999)

52

South Africa (2001)

54

South Africa (2011)

57

Australia (1999)

62

South Africa (2003)

65

New Zealand (1998)

65

New Zealand (2002)

66

South Africa (2007)

70

South Africa (1996)

71

Australia (1996)

72

Australia (2005)

76

Australia (2007)

79

Australia (2004)

80

Argentina (2012)

88

Argentina (2013)

Most Tries in a Series

24

New Zealand (2013)

23

South Africa (2013)

22

New Zealand (2010)

18

South Africa (1997)

18

New Zealand (2012)

17

New Zealand (1997; 2003; 2006)

17

Australia (2010)

16

New Zealand (2008)

15

New Zealand (2014)

14

Australia (2006, 2008)

13

Australia (1997, 2006)

13

New Zealand (2000)

13

South Africa (2002; 2004; 2008; 2010)

12

New Zealand (2011)

12

South Africa (2012)

12

Australia (2013)

11

South Africa (2006)

11

Australia (2011)

10

South Africa (2014)

Least Tries in a Series

2

South Africa (2001)

3

South Africa (1999, 2011)

4

South Africa (2003)

4

New Zealand (2004)

5

Australia (1996, 2001)

5

South Africa (1996, 2007)

6

New Zealand (1998, 2001)

6

South Africa (2000)

6

Australia (2007)

Least Points Conceded in a Series

54

South Africa (1998)

57

Australia (1999)

59

New Zealand (2007)

60

New Zealand (1996)

61

New Zealand (1999)

64

New Zealand (2011)

65

New Zealand (2002)

66

New Zealand (2012)

67

South Africa (2001)

Least Tries Conceded in a Series

3

Australia (1999)

3

South Africa (2001)

3

New Zealand (2007)

4

South Africa (1998)

4

New Zealand (2001)

5

New Zealand (1996)

5

South Africa (1996)

5

New Zealand (1999)

Most Points Conceded in a Series

224

Argentina (2013)

194

South Africa (2010)

188

Australia (2010)

185

South Africa (2006)

170

Australia (2013)

166

Argentina (2012)

163

Australia (2008)

150

Australia (1997)

144

South Africa (1997)

141

Australia (2009)

141

Argentina (2012)

140

South Africa (2002)

140

Argentina (2014)

139

Australia (2014)

137

Australia (2012)

131

New Zealand (2009)

130

South Africa (2009)

122

South Africa (2003)

121

Australia (2006)

117

South Africa (2008)

117

New Zealand (2000)

117

South Africa (2008; 2013)

116

Australia (1996)

115

New Zealand (2013)

112

New Zealand (2006)

111

New Zealand (2010)

110

South Africa (2000)

109

South Africa (2002, 2008, 2012)

109

New Zealand (1997)

108

Australia (2005)

106

Australia (2003)

106

New Zealand (2008)

103

South Africa (1999, 2003, 2007)

Most Tries Conceded in a Series

25

Argentina (2013)

22

South Africa (2010)

21

Australia (2008, 2010)

18

South Africa (1997, 2006)

18

Australia (2013)

17

Australia (1997)

16

South Africa (2002)

16

Argentina (2012)

15

Argentina (2012; 2014)

14

Australia (2014)

13

New Zealand (1997, 2000)

13

South Africa (2003, 2011, 2013)

12

New Zealand (2006)

Most League Points in a Series

28

New Zealand (2013)

27

New Zealand (2006, 2010)

26

New Zealand (2012)

21

South Africa (2009)

21

New Zealand (2012; 2014)

19

New Zealand (2008)

19

South Africa (2013)

18

New Zealand (1997, 2003)

17

New Zealand (1996)

17

South Africa (1998)

Least League Points in a Series

2

New Zealand (1998)

2

Argentina (2013)

3

Australia (2005)

4

South Africa (1999, 2003)

4

Argentina (2012)

5

South Africa (2007, 2011)

6

South Africa (1996, 2000, 2001)

6

Australia (1996, 1997, 2003)

7

South Africa (1997, 2002, 2010)

7

Australia (2009)

Biggest Crowd

109,878

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

107,042

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

94,713

21/8/2010 - FNB Stadium, Soweto: New Zealand (29) vs South Africa (22)

90,978

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

90,119

26/7/1997 - MCG, Melbourne: Australia (18) vs New Zealand (33)

83,147

7/8/2004 - Telstra Stadium, Sydney: Australia (23) New Zealand (18)

82,309

13/8/2005 - Telstra Stadium, Sydney: New Zealand (30) vs Australia (13)

82,096

26/7/2003 - Telstra Stadium, Sydney: Australia (21) vs New Zealand (50)

79,543

3/8/2002 - Telstra Stadium, Sydney: Australia (16) vs New Zealand (14)

78,944

19/7/2008 - ANZ Stadium, Sydney: Australia (34) vs New Zealand (19)

77,048

29/7/2000 - Stadium Australia, Sydney: Australia (26) vs South Africa (6)

75,147

11/7/1998 - MCG, Melbourne: Australia (24) vs New Zealand (16)

70,288

11/9/2010 - Stadium Australia, Sydney: New Zealand (23) Australia (22)

Other

-

Australia
68 765

17/8/2013 - ANZ Stadium, Sydney: Australia: New Zealand (47) vs Australia (29)

Australia
68 627

18/8/2014 - ANZ Stadium, Sydney: Australia: Australia (12) vs New Zealand (12)

South Africa
63,888

5/10/2013 - Ellis Park, Johannesburg: New Zealand (38) South Africa (27)

New Zealand
48,000

9/8/1997 - Eden Park, Auckland: New Zealand (55) vs South Africa (35)

Individual

CAREER

Most Matches as Referees

14

Allain Rolland (Ireland: 2003-2009; 2011-2012)

9

Nigel Owens (Wales: 2003-2014)

8

Jonathan Kaplan (South Africa: 2000-2011)

6

Chris White (England: 2000-2006)

5

Paul Honiss (New Zealand: 1999-2007)

5

Peter Marshall (Australia: 1997-2003)

5

Ed Morrison (England: 1996-2000)

5

Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand: 1997-2004)

Most Matches as Captain

42

Richie McCaw (2006-2014)

31

John Smit (2004-2011)

Most Capped Players

55

Richie McCaw (New Zealand - 2002-2014)

52

Keven Mealamu (New Zealand - 2003-2014)

50

Jean de Villiers (South Africa - 2004-2014)

48

George Gregan (Australia - 1996-2007)

48

Nathan Sharpe (Australia - 2002-2012)

48

Victor Matfield (South Africa - 2001-2011; 2014)

44

Bryan Habana (South Africa - 2005-2014)

44

Tony Woodcock (New Zealand - 2005-2013)

43

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand - 2003-2011)

42

Adam Ashley-Cooper (Australia - 2005-2014)

41

George Smith (Australia - 2001-2009)

40

John Smit (South Africa - 2000-2011)

39

Dan Carter (New Zealand - 2003-2012)

38

Stephen Larkham (Australia - 1997-2007)

37

Matt Giteau (Australia - 2003-2010)

35

Justin Marshall (New Zealand - 1996-2004)

35

Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand - 2008-2013)

34

Percy Montgomery (South Africa - 1997-2008)

34

Ruan Pienaar (South Africa - 2006-2014)

34

Conrad Smith (New Zealand - 2007-2014)

33

Andrew Hore (New Zealand - 2004-2013)

33

Stephen Moore (Australia - 2005-2013)

31

Stirling Mortlock (Australia - 2000-2009)

30

Greg Somerville (New Zealand - 2000-2006; 2008)

30

Phil Waugh (Australia - 2000-2009)

29

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand - 2003-2010)

29

Morné Steyn (2009-2014)

29

Tana Umaga (New Zealand - 1997-2006)

28

Bakkies Botha (2003-2014)

28

Matthew Burke (Australia - 1996-2004)

28

Chris Jack (New Zealand - 2001-2007)

28

CJ van der Linde (South Africa - 2002-2011)

27

Schalk Burger (South Africa - 2004-2010; 2014)

27

Chris Latham (New Zealand - 2000-2007)

27

Breyton Paulse (South Africa - 1999-2007)

27

Juan Smith (South Africa - 2003-2010; 2014)

26

Al Baxter (Australia - 2003-2009)

26

Os du Randt (South Africa - 1996-2007)

26

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand - 1996-2004)

26

Jeremy Paul (Australia - 1998-2006)

25

Toutai Kefu (Australia - 1997-2003)

25

Joe Roff (Australia - 1996-2004)

25

Rodney So'oialo (New Zealand - 2003-2009)

25

Lote Tuqiri (Australia - 2003-2008)

Most Points

531

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

348

Morné Steyn (South Africa)

328

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

271

Matthew Burke (Australia)

257

Matt Giteau (Australia)

210

Percy Montgomery (South Africa)

198

Stirling Mortlock (Australia)

153

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand)

116

Aaron Cruden (New Zealand)

Most Tries

18

Bryan Habana (South Africa)

16

Christian Cullen (New Zealand)

15

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand)

14

Richie McCaw (New Zealand)

13

Jean de Villiers (South Africa)

13

Doug Howlett (New Zealand)

10

Adam Ashley-Cooper (2005-2013)

10

Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand - 2008-2013)

10

Julian Savea (New Zealand - 2012-2014)

9

Justin Marshall (New Zealand)

9

Jaque Fourie (South Africa)

9

Stirling Mortlock (Australia)

9

Ben R Smith (New Zealand - 2012-2014)

9

Lote Tuqiri (Australia)

8

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand)

8

Joe Roff (Australia)

Most Penalty Goals

115

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

82

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

77

Morné Steyn (South Africa)

71

Matthew Burke (Australia)

47

Matt Giteau (Australia)

43

Percy Montgomery (South Africa)

37

Stirling Mortlock (Australia)

33

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand)

Most Conversions

71

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

41

Morné Steyn (South Africa)

36

Matt Giteau (Australia)

34

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

28

Percy Montgomery (South Africa)

21

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand)

21

Stirling Mortlock (Australia)

Most Drop Goals

4

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)

4

André Pretorius (South Africa)

4

Morné Steyn (South Africa)

3

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand)

3

Percy Montgomery (South Africa)

3

Matt Giteau (Australia)

SEASON RECORDS

Most Points

99

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2006: 1 try 14 conversions, 21 penalties, 1 dropped goal)

95

Morné Steyn (SA, 2009: 1 try, 6 conversions, 23 penalties, 3 drop goals)

88

Morné Steyn (SA, 2013: 17 conversions; 18 penalties)

84

Carlos Spencer (NZ, 1997: 2 tries, 13 conversions, 16 penalties)

82

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2008: 2 tries 12 conversions, 15 penalties, 1 dropped goal)

77

Morné Steyn (SA, 2010: 10 conversions, 19 penalties)

72

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2009: 3 tries, 6 conversions, 14 penalties, 1 drop goal)

71

Stirling Mortlock (Aus, 2000: 4 tries, 6 conversions, 13 penalties)

69

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ, 1996: 6 conversions, 19 penalties)

68

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ, 1999: 1 try, 3 conversions, 19 penalties)

64

Jannie de Beer (SA,1997: 2 tries,12 conversions,8 penalties,2 drop goals)

64

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2010: 11 conversions, 14 penalties)

64

Christian Lealiifano (Australia, 2013: 5 conversions, 18 penalties)

63

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2010: 1 try, 11 conversions, 12 penalties)

62

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2007: 1 try, 6 conversions, 15 penalties)

60

Carlos Spencer (NZ, 2003: 1 try, 8 conversions, 13 penalties)

60

Stirling Mortlock (Aus, 2006: 12 conversions, 12 penalties)

59

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ, 2000: 10 conversions, 2 drop goals, 11 penalties)

58

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2012: 8 conversions, 13 penalties, 1 dropped goal)

54

Matthew Burke (Australia, 1999: 1 try, 5 conversions, 13 penalties)

53

Matthew Burke (Australia, 2001: 1 try, 3 conversions, 14 penalties)

53

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010: 7 conversions, 13 penalties)

52

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2005: 5 cons, 12 pens, 2 drops)

51

Daniel Carter (NZ, 2009: 6 conversions, 13 penalties)

50

Matthew Burke (Australia, 1998: 3 tries, 1 conversion, 11 penalties)

Most Tries

8

Ben R Smith (New Zealand, 2013)

7

Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 2000)

7

Bryan Habana (South Africa, 2012)

7

Israel Folau (Australia, 2013)

6

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand, 2003)

5

Doug Howlett (New Zealand, 2003)

5

Cory Jane (New Zealand, 2012)

4

Christian Cullen (New Zealand, 1997)

4

Stirling Mortlock (Australia, 2000)

4

Jongi Nokwe (South Africa, 2008)

4

Mils Muliaina (New Zealand, 2010)

4

James O'Connor (Australia, 2010)

4

Julian Savea (New Zealand, 2014)

Most Penalty Goals

23

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2009)

21

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2006)

19

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 1996, 1999)

19

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010)

18

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2013)

18

Christian Lealiifano (Australia)

16

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand, 1997)

15

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2007, 2008)

14

Matthew Burke (Australia, 2001)

14

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2009, 2010)

13

Stirling Mortlock (New Zealand, 2000)

13

Braam van Straaten (South Africa, 2000)

13

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand, 2003)

13

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2009, 2012)

13

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010)

12

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 2002)

12

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2004, 2010, 2012)

12

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2005)

12

Stirling Mortlock (Australia, 2006)

12

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2010)

11

Matthew Burke (Australia, 1996, 1998)

11

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 2000)

11

Louis Koen (South Africa, 2003)

10

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 1998)

Most Conversions

17

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2013)

14

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2006)

13

Carlos Spencer (New Zealand, 1997)

12

Jannie de Beer (South Africa, 1997)

12

Stirling Mortlock (Australia, 2006)

12

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2008)

11

Daniel Carter (New Zealand, 2010)

11

Matt Giteau (Australia, 2010)

10

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2010)

Most Drop Goals

3

Morné Steyn (South Africa, 2009)

2

Jannie de Beer (South Africa, 1997)

2

Andrew Mehrtens (New Zealand, 2000)

2

André Pretorius (South Africa, 2005)

2

Percy Montgomery (South Africa, 2005)

2

Francois Steyn (South Africa, 2007)

2

Berrick Barnes (Australia, 2009)

MATCH RECORDS

Most Points

31

Morné Steyn

SA vs NZ: 1t1c,8p (1/8/2009, Durban) - Scored all his team's points

29

Andrew Mehrtens

NZ vs Aus: 1c,9p(#) (23/7/1999, Auckland)

28

Morné Steyn

SA vs Arg 8c4p (17/8/2013, Soweto)

26

Jannie de Beer

SA vs Aus: 1t,6c,3p (23/8/1997, Pretoria)

25

Joel Stransky

SA vs Aus: 1t,1c,6p (3/8/1996, Bloemfontein)

25

Carlos Spencer

NZ vs SA: 1t,4c,4p (9/8/1997, Auckland)

25

Daniel Carter

NZ vs SA: 2c, 7p (22/7/2006, Wellington)

24

Matthew Burke

Aus vs NZ: 2t,1c,4p (11/7/1998, Melbourne)

24

Morné Steyn

SA vs Aus: 1d,7p (8/8/2009, Cape Town)
SA vs Aus: 3c6p (4/9/2010, Bloemfontein)

24

Matthew Burke

Aus vs NZ: 2t,1c,4p (11/7/1998, Melbourne)

23

Daniel Carter

NZ vs SA: 1t, 3c, 4p (14/7/2007, Christchurch)
NZ vs SA: 1c, 1d, 6p (12/7/2008, Wellington, NZ)

22

Andrew Mehrtens

NZ vs Aus: 2c,6p (27/7/1996, Brisbane)

22

Jannie de Beer

SA vs NZ: 2c,2d,4p (19/7/1997, Johannesburg)

22

Carlos Spencer

NZ vs SA: 1t,4c,3p (19/7/2003, Pretoria)

21

Andrew Mehrtens

NZ vs SA: 7p (7/8/1999, Pretoria)

21

Carlos Spencer

NZ vs Aus: 3c,5p (16/8/1997, Dunedin)

21

Stirling Mortlock

Australia vs South Africa: 1t2c4p (29/7/2000, Sydney)

21

Daniel Carter

NZ vs Australia: 7p (21/7/2007, Auckland)

20

Carlos Spencer

NZ vs SA: 1t,3c,3p (19/7/1997, Pretoria)

20

Stirling Mortlock

Aus vs NZ: 2t2c2p (15/7/2000, Sydney)

20

Andrew Mehrtens

NZ vs SA: 4c1d3p (19/8/2000, Johannesburg)

20

Daniel Carter

NZ vs SA: 4c, 4p (26/8/2006, Pretoria)

20

Jongi Nokwe

SA vs Aus: 4t (30/8/2008, Johannesburg)

20

Matt Giteau

Aus vs SA: 2t2c2p (29/8/2008, Perth)

20

Aaron Cruden

NZ vs Aus: 1t3c3p (17/8/2013, Sydney)

Most Tries

4

Jongi Nokwe (SA vs Aus: 30/8/2008, Johannesburg)

3

Joe Rokocoko (NZ vs Aus: 26/7/2003, Sydney)

3

Marius Joubert (SA vs NZ: 14/8/2004, Johannesburg)

3

Doug Howlett (NZ vs Aus: 3/9/2005, Auckland)

3

Bryan Habana (SA vs Aus: 29/9/2012, Pretoria)

3

Cory Jane (NZ vs Arg: 29/9/2012, La Plata)

3

Ben Smith (NZ vs Aus: 17/8/2013, Sydney)

3

Israel Folau (Aus vs Arg: 6/10/2013, Rosario)

2

Frank Bunce (NZ vs SA: 19/7/1997, Johannesburg)

2

Ben Tune (Aus vs SA: 2/8/1997, Brisbane)

2

Christian Cullen (New Zealand)
vs SA: 9/8/1997, Auckland
vs SA: 7/8/1999, Pretoria
vs SA: 22/7/2000, Christchurch
vs Aus: 5/8/2000, Wellington
vs SA: 19/8/2000, Johannesburg

2

Stephen Larkham (Aus vs NZ: 16/8/1997, Dunedin)

2

Percy Montgomery (SA vs Aus: 23/8/1997, Pretoria)

2

Matthew Burke (Aus vs NZ: 11/7/1998, Melbourne)

2

Joe Roff (Aus vs SA: 17/7/1999, Brisbane)

2

Stirling Mortlock (Aus vs NZ: 15/7/2000, Sydney)

2

Tana Umaga (NZ vs SA: 19/8/2000, Johannesburg)

2

Robbie Fleck (SA vs NZ: 19/8/2000, Johannesburg)

2

Werner Swanepoel (SA vs NZ: 19/8/2000, Johannesburg)

2

Marius Joubert (SA vs Aus: 27/7/2002, Brisbane)

2

Chris Latham (Aus vs SA: 27/7/2002, Brisbane)

2

Breyton Paulse (SA vs Aus: 17/8/2002, Johannesburg)

2

Doug Howlett (New Zealand)
vs SA: 19/7/2003, Pretoria
vs Aus: 16/8/2003, Auckland

2

Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand)
vs SA: 19/7/2003, Pretoria
vs SA: 27/8/2005, Dunedin

2

Bryan Habana (South Africa)
vs Aus: 20/8/2005, Perth
vs Aus: 29/8/2009, Perth
vs NZ: 5/10/2013, Johannesburg

2

Keven Mealamu (NZ vs Aus: 8/7/2006, Christchurch)

2

Matt Giteau (Australia)
vs SA: 15/7/2006, Brisbane
vs SA: 29/8/2009, Perth

2

Lote Tuqiri (Aus vs NZ: 19/8/2006, Auckland)

2

Jaque Fourie (SA vs NZ: 26/8/2006, Pretoria)

2

Tony Woodcock (NZ vs Aus: 2/8/2008, Auckland)

2

Ma'a Nonu (NZ vs Aus: 2/8/2008, Auckland)

2

Adrian Jacobs (SA vs Aus: 23/8/2008, Durban)

2

James O'Connor (Aus vs SA: 28/8/2010, Pretoria)

2

Cory Jane (NZ vs SA: 30/7/2011, Wellington, NZ)

2

Zac Guildford (NZ vs SA: 30/7/2011, Wellington, NZ)

2

Julian Savea (NZ vs Arg: 29/9/2012, La Plata, Argentina)

2

Aaron Smith (NZ vs Arg: 7/9/2013, Hamilton, New Zealand)

2

Kieran Read  (NZ vs SA: 14/9/2013, Auckland, New Zealand)

2

Ben R Smith (NZ vs Arg: 28/9/2013, La Plata, Argentina)

2

Liam Messam (NZ vs SA: 5/10/2013, Johannesburg, SA)

2

Richie McCaw (NZ vs Aus: 23/8/2014, Auckland, NZ)

2

Michael Hooper (Aus vs Arg: 13/9/2014, Gold Coast, Australia)

2

Jean de Villiers (SA vs Aus: 27/9/2014, Newlands, South Africa)

Most Penalty Goals

9(#)

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs Aus: 23/7/1999, Auckland)

8

Morné Steyn (SA vs NZ: 1/8/2009, Durban)

7

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs SA: 7/8/1999, Pretoria)

7

Matthew Burke (Aus vs NZ: 28/8/1999, Sydney)

7

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)
vs SA: 22/7/2006, Wellington
vs Australia: 21/7/2007, Auckland

7

Morné Steyn (SA vs Aus: 8/8/2009, Cape Town)

6

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs Aus: 27/7/1996, Brisbane)

6

Joel Stransky (SA vs Aus: 3/8/1996, Bloemfontein)

6

Braam van Straaten (SA vs NZ: 26/8/2000, Durban)

6

Daniel Carter (NZ vs SA: 12/7/2008, Wellington)

6

Matt Giteau (Aus vs NZ: 22/8/2009, Sydney)

6

Morné Steyn (SA)
vs Aus: 4/9/2010, Bloemfontein
vs Aus: 6/9/2014, Perth

6

Mike Harris (Aus vs Arg: 7/10/2012, Rosario)

5

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs SA: 20/7/1996, Christchurch)

5

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs SA: 10/8/1996, Cape Town)

5

Matthew Burke (Aus vs SA: 22/8/1998, Johannesburg)

5

Percy Montgomery (SA vs Aus: 22/8/1998, Johannesburg)

5

Braam van Straaten (South Africa)
vs Aus: 28/7/2001, Pretoria
vs NZ: 25/8/2001, Auckland

5

Elton Flatley (Aus vs SA: 2/8/2003, Brisbane)

5

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)
vs SA: 24/7/2004, Christchurch
vs Aus: 19/8/2006, Auckland
vs Aus: 2/8/2008, Auckland
vs SA: 12/9/2009, Hamilton
vs Aus: 18/8/2012, Sydney
vs Aus: 25/8/2012, Auckland

5

Morné Steyn
vs NZ: 21/8/2010, Soweto
vs NZ: 20/8/2011, Port Elizabeth
vs Argentina: 24/8/2013, Mendoza

5

Christian Lealiifano (Aus vs vs NZ: 17/8/2013, Sydney)

(#)

Andrew Mehrtens equalled the world record of 9 penalties in a test held by Keiji Hirose (Japan)

Most Conversions

8

Morné Steyn (SA vs Arg: 17/8/2013, Soweto)

6

Jannie de Beer (SA vs Aus: 23/8/1997, Pretoria)

5

Braam van Straaten (SA vs NZ: 19/8/2000, Johannesburg)

5

Stirling Mortlock (Aus vs SA: 15/7/2006, Brisbane)

4

Carlos Spencer (NZ vs SA: 9/8/1997, Auckland)

4

Andrew Mehrtens (NZ vs Aus: 15/7/2000, Sydney)

4

Werner Greeff (SA vs Aus: 17/8/2002, Johannesburg)

4

Carlos Spencer (NZ vs SA: 19/7/2003, Pretoria)

4

Daniel Carter (New Zealand)
vs SA: 26/8/2006, Pretoria
vs Aus: 13/9/2008, Brisbane
vs Aus: 31/7/2010, Melbourne

4

Morné Steyn (SA vs Aus: 28/8/2010, Pretoria)

4

Matt Giteau (Aus vs SA: 28/8/2010, Pretoria)

4

James O'Connor (Aus vs SA: 23/7/2011, Sydney)

4

Beauden Barrett (NZ vs Arg: 27/9/2014, La Plata)

Most Drop Goals

2

Jannie de Beer (SA vs NZ: 2/8/1997, Johannesburg)

2

Francois Steyn (SA vs Australia: 16/6/2007, Cape Town)

Red Cards

André Venter
(South Africa)

vs New Zealand
(47th min: 9/8/1999 - ref: Derek Bevan, Wales)

Marius Joubert
(South Africa)

vs Australia
(70th min: 17/8/2002 - ref: Paddy O'Brien, New Zealand)

Drew Mitchell
(Australia)

vs New Zealand
(43rd min: 31/7/2010 - ref: Craig Joubert, South Africa)

Bismarck du Plessis
(South Africa)

vs New Zealand
(42nd min: 14/9/2013 - ref: Romain Poite, France). Sent off after two yellow cards (17th & 42nd minute). The red card was later removed from the disciplinary record of Du Plessis after judicial officer Terry Willis from Australia found that the decision by referee Romain Poite to issue a yellow card in the 17th minute 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.

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