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England


England - Statistics
(as at 23/6/2014)


Founded: 1871
President: Bob Reeves
Chairman: Bill Beaumont
Chief Executive:
Ian Ritchie
Address:
200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW2 7BA, England
Website:
www.rfu.com
E-mail: rfu@therfu.com
Head Coach:
Stuart Lancaster
Captains: Chris Robshaw, Tom Wood
Colours: White
No. of Clubs: 1 809
Registered+Unregistered Players: 1 990 988
HONOURS:
WORLD CHAMPION - 2003; FINALISTS: 1991, 2007.
6(5)-NATIONS GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS (5/4 wins in a season - 12 times): 1913, 1914, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1928, 1957, 1980, 1991, 1992, 1995, 2003
6-NATIONS (4 times): 2000, 2001, 2003, 2011
TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS (only British teams - 24 times): 1883, 1884, 1892, 1913, 1914, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1928, 1934, 1937, 1954, 1957, 1960, 1980, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2011, 2014

INDEX

1.Players Test Statistics - 2014
2.Players Statistics vs Barbarians & Consur XV - 2013
3.Players RWC Statistics - 2011
4.Test Match Results - 2007-2014
5.Summary - 2000-2014
6.World Cup Results - 1987-2011
7.Summary World Cup - 1987-2011
8.Overall Test Record Against All Countries
9.
Players Test Profiles
10.Test Records

Pld = Played
PF = Points For
PA = Points Against
PD = Points Difference
TF = Tries For
TA = Tries Against

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1. PLAYERS TEST STATISTICS - 2014
Most points in 2013: 86 - Owen Farrell
Most Tries in 2013: 3 - Billy Twelvetrees

Points

T

C

PG

DG

Total

Owen Farrell

1

16

13

0

76

Mike Brown

5

0

0

0

25

Freddie Burns

0

1

6

0

20

Danny Care

2

0

0

2

16

Luther Burrell

3

0

0

0

15

Marland Yarde

2

0

0

0

10

Chris Ashton

1

0

0

0

5

Jack Nowell

1

0

0

0

5

Chris Robshaw

1

0

0

0

5

Manu Tuilagi

1

0

0

0

5

Mako Vunipola

1

0

0

0

5

Danny Cipriani

0

0

1

0

3

Alex Goode

0

0

1

0

3

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

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2. PLAYERS STATISTICS vs Barbarians & Consur XV - 2013

Points

T

C

PG

DG

Total

Freddie Burns

1

2

3

0

18

Billy Vunipola

3

0

0

0

15

Ben Foden

2

0

0

0

10

Marland Yarde

1

1

0

0

7

Stephen Myler

0

3

0

0

6

Kyle Eastmond

1

0

0

0

5

Doran Jones

1

0

0

0

5

Billy Twelvetrees

1

0

0

0

5

Christian Wade

1

0

0

0

5

Tom Wood

1

0

0

0

5

-

0

0

0

0

0

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

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3. PLAYERS RWC STATISTICS - 2011

Points

T

C

P

DG

Total

Chris Ashton

6

0

0

0

30

Jonny Wilkinson

0

5

5

1

28

Toby Flood

0

9

1

0

21

Mark Cueto

4

0

0

0

20

Ben Foden

2

0

0

0

10

Shontayne Hape

2

0

0

0

10

Manu Tuilagi

2

0

0

0

10

Ben Youngs

2

0

0

0

10

Delon Armitage

1

0

0

0

5

Tom Croft

1

0

0

0

5

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

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4. TEST MATCH RESULTS - 2007-2014

Date

Opponent

Venue & Kick-off Time

Competition

H/Time

Result

Tries

League pts

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1/2/2014

France

Stade de France, Paris (18:00)

Six Nations

8-16

24-26

2-3

0

8/2/2014

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh (17:00)

Six Nations

13-0

20-0

2-0

2

22/2/2014

Ireland

Twickenham, London: (16:00)

Six Nations

3-0

13-10

1-1

2

9/3/2014

Wales

Twickenham, London: (15:00)

Six Nations

20-15

29-18

2-0

2

15/3/2014

Italy

Olimpico Stadium, Rome (13:30)

Six Nations

24-6

52-11

7-1

2

7/6/2014

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland

June International-1

9-9

15-20

0-1

-

14/6/2014

New Zealand

Forsyth Barr, Dunedin

June International-2

10-6

27-28

3-3

-

21/6/2014

New Zealand

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

June International-3

6-29

13-36

1-5

-

8/11/2014

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-1

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

15/11/2014

South Africa

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-2

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

22/11/2014

Samoa

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-3

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

29/11/2014

Australia

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-4

0-0

0-0

0-0

-

2013

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2/2/2013

Scotland

Twickenham, London: (16:00)

Six Nations

19-11

38-18

4-2

2

10/2/2013

Ireland

Lansdowne Road, Dublin (15:00)

Six Nations

6-0

12-6

0-0

2

23/2/2013

France

Twickenham, London: (17:00)

Six Nations

9-10

23-13

1-1

2

10/3/2013

Italy

Twickenham, London: (15:00)

Six Nations

12-3

18-11

0-1

2

16/3/2013

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (17:00)

Six Nations

3-9

3-30

0-2

0

26/5/2013

Barbarians

Twickenham, London

Non-cap International

16-0

40-12

5-2

-

2/6/2013

Consur Nations XV

Estadio Charrúa, Montevideo

Friendly vs Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay 

31-7

41-21

7-3

-

8/6/2013

Argentina

Estadio Maltearena, Salta

June International

25-3

32-3

4-0

-

15/6/2013

Argentina

Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

June International

25-12

51-26

7-2

-

2/11/2013

Australia

Twickenham, London

Cook Cup

6-13

20-13

2-1

-

9/11/2013

Argentina

Twickenham, London

Investic Challenge

24-6

31-12

4-0

-

16/11/2013

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

Hillary Shield

16-20

22-30

1-3

-

2012

4/2/2012

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 17:00

Six Nations

3-6

13-6

1-0

2

11/2/2012

Italy

Stade Flamino, Rome: 17:00

Six Nations

6-12

19-15

1-2

2

25/2/2012

Wales

Twickenham, London: 16:00

Six Nations

9-6

12-19

0-1

0

11/3/2012

France

Stade de France, Paris: 14:00

Six Nations

14-9

24-22

3-1

2

17/3/2012

Ireland

Twickenham, London: 17:00

Six Nations

9-6

30-9

2-0

2

27/5/2012

Barbarians

Twickenham, London

Non-test

22-7

57-26

8-4

Non-test

9/6/2012

South Africa

King's Park, Durban:

June International

6-6

17-22

1-2

-

13/6/2012

SA Barbarians - South

GWK Park, Kimberley

June Tour to South Africa

25-14

54-26

8-4

Non-test

16/6/2012

South Africa

Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg:

June International

10-25

27-36

3-4

-

19/6/2012

SA Barbarians - North

Olën Park, Potchefstroom

June Tour to South Africa

31-10

57-31

8-4

-

23/6/2012

South Africa

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth:

June International

8-9

14-14

1-1

-

10/11/2012

Fiji

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-1

20-0

54-12

7-2

-

17/11/2012

Australia

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-2

14-11

14-20

1-1

-

24/11/2012

South Africa

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-3

6-9

15-16

0-1

-

1/12/2012

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

End-of-the-Year-4

12-0

38-21

3-3

-

2011

4/2/2011

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 19:45

6-Nations

13-6

26-19

2-1

2

12/2/2011

Italy

Twickenham, London: 14:30

6-Nations

31-6

59-13

8-1

2

26/2/2011

France

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

9-9

17-9

1-0

2

13/3/2011

Scotland

Twickenham, London: 15:00

6-Nations

9-9

22-16

1-1

2

19/3/2011

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin: 17:00

6-Nations

3-17

8-24

1-2

0

6/8/2011

Wales

Twickenham, London: 17:00

RWC Warm-up

13-7

23-19

2-4

-

13/8/2011

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Wales: 17:00

RWC Warm-up

6-6

9-19

0-1

-

27/8/2011

Ireland

Aviva Stadium, Dublin: 17:00

RWC Warm-up

13-9

20-9

2-0

-

2010

6/2/2010

Wales

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

13-3

30-17

3-2

2

14/2/2010

Italy

Stade de Flaminio, Rome: 15;30

6-Nations

6-6

17-12

1-0

2

27/2/2010

Ireland

Twickenham, London: 16:00

6-Nations

6-8

16-20

1-3

0

13/3/2010

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh: 17:00

6-Nations

6-9

15-15

0-0

1

20/3/2010

France

Stade de France, Paris: 20:45

6-Nations

7-12

10-12

1-0

0

30/5/2010

Barbarians

Twickenham, London

Non-Test

25-7

35-26

4-4

-

8/6/2010

Australian Barbarians

ME Bank Stadium, Perth

Non-Test

13-18

28-28

3-3

Non-Test

12/6/2010

Australia

ME Bank Stadium, Perth

1st Test/Cook

0-14

17-27

2-3

-

19/6/2010

Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

2nd Test/Cook

15-13

21-20

2-2

-

23/6/2010

NZ Maori

McLean Park, Napier

Non-Test

28-17

28-35

3-4

Non-Test

6/11/2010

New Zealand

Twickenham, London: 17:00

Hillary Cup Test: 14:30

3-17

16-26

1-2

-

13/11/2010

Australia

Twickenham, London: 17:00

Cook Cup Test: 14:30

16-6

35-18

2-2

-

20/11/2010

Samoa

Twickenham, London: 14:30

Test

6-3

26-13

2-2

-

27/11/2010

South Africa

Twickenham, London: 14:30

Test

6-6

11-21

1-2

-

2009

7/2/2009

Italy

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

22-6

36-11

5-1

2

14/2/2009

Wales

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff: 19:30

6-Nations

8-9

15-23

2-1

0

28/2/2009

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin: 19:30

6-Nations

3-3

13-14

1-1

0

14/3/2009

France

Twickenham, London: 17:00

6-Nations

29-0

34-10

5-2

2

21/3/2008

Scotland

Twickenham, London: 17:30

6-Nations

15-3

26-12

3-0

2

6/6/2009

Argentina

Old Trafford, Manchester

Test

-

37-15

3-0

-

13/6/2009

Argentina

Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena, Salta

Test

3-14

22-24

1-2

-

7/11/2009

Australia

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-1

9-5

9-18

0-2

-

14/11/2009

Argentina

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-2

9-9

16-9

1-0

-

21/11/2009

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

End of the Year-3

6-6

6-19

0-1

-

2008

2/2/2008

Wales

Twickenham: 18:30

6-Nations

16-6

19-26

1-2

0

10/2/2008

Italy

Stadio Flaminio: 16:30

6-Nations

20-6

23-19

2-1

2

23/2/2008

France

Stade de France: 22:00

6-Nations

13-10

24-13

2-1

2

8/3/2008

Scotland

Murrayfield: 17:15

6-Nations

3-9

9-15

0-0

0

15/3/2008

Ireland

Twickenham: 17:00

6-Nations

13-10

33-10

3-1

2

31/5/2008

Barbarians

Twickenham

Friendly

-

17-14

2-2

-

14/6/2008

New Zealand

Eden Park, Auckland: 09:35

1st Test

13-23

20-37

2-4

-

21/6/2008

New Zealand

AMI Stadium, Christchurch: 09:35

2nd Test

0-20

12-44

2-5

-

8/11/2008

Pacific Islands

Twickenham, London: 17:00

End-of-The-Year-1

20-10

39-13

5-1

-

15/11/2008

Australia

Twickenham, London: 17:00

Cook/End-of-The-Year-2

11-12

14-28

1-1

-

22/11/2008

South Africa

Twickenham, London: 17:00

End-of-The-Year-3

6-20

6-42

0-5

-

29/11/2008

New Zealand

Twickenham, London: 17:00

Hillary/End-of-The-Year-4

3-12

6-32

0-3

-

2007

3/2/2007

Scotland

Twickenham

6-Nations

16-10

42-20

4-2

2

10/2/2007

Italy

Twickenham

6-Nations

14-0

20-7

1-1

2

24/2/2007

Ireland

Croke Park, Dublin

6-Nations

13-23

13-43

1-4

0

11/3/2007

France

Twickenham

6-Nations

9-12

26-18

2-0

2

17/3/2007

Wales

Millennium Stadium

6-Nations

15-18

18-27

2-2

0

26/5/2007

South Africa

Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein

1st Test

3-30

10-58

1-7

-

2/6/2007

South Africa

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

2nd Test

19-17

22-55

1-8

-

4/8/2007

Wales

Twickenham, London

Test

22-0

62-5

9-1

-

11/8/2007

France

Twickenham, London

1st Test

12-11

15-21

0-2

-

18/8/2007

France

Marseille

2nd Test

-

9-22

0-1

-

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5. TEST MATCH SUMMARY - 2000-2014

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

League points

2014

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

6-Nations

5

4

1

0

138

65

14

5

8

vs New Zealand

3

0

3

0

55

84

4

9

-

vs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

vs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL: 2014

8

4

4

0

193

149

18

14

-

2013

10

8

2

0

250

162

23

12

-

2012

12

6

5

1

277

202

23

18

-

2011

13

10

3

0

333

181

37

12

-

2010

11

5

5

1

214

201

16

18

-

2009

10

5

5

0

214

155

21

10

-

2008

11

4

7

0

205

279

18

24

-

2007

17

9

8

0

377

398

34

36

-

2006

11

3

8

0

206

295

22

25

-

2005

8

4

4

0

206

119

24

9

-

2004

11

5

6

0

301

246

36

23

-

2003

17

16

1

0

644

201

68

15

-

2002

9

8

1

0

326

133

37

11

-

2001

11

10

1

0

542

153

70

14

-

2000

10

8

2

0

289

143

24

8

-

TOTAL

169

105

62

2

4550

3018

47

249

-

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6. WORLD CUP RESULTS - 1987-2011

Date

Opponent

Venue

Result

Tries

1987

New Zealand and Australia

23/5/1987

Australia

Concord Oval, Sydney

6-19

1-2

30/5/1987

Japan

Concord Oval, Sydney

60-7

10-1

3/6/1987

USA

Concord Oval, Sydney

34-6

4-1

8/6/1987

Wales

Ballymore, Brisbane - Quarter-final

3-16

0-3

1991

Britain and France

3/10/1991

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

12-18

0-1

8/10/1991

Italy

Twickenham, London

36-6

4-1

11/10/1991

USA

Twickenham, London

37-9

5-1

19/10/1991

France

Twickenham, London - Quarter-final

19-10

2-1

26/10/1991

Scotland

Murrayfield, Edinburgh - Semi-final

9-6

0-0

2/11/1991

Australia

Twickenham, London - FINAL

6-12

0-1

1995

South Africa

27/5/1995

Argentina

King's Park, Durban

24-18

0-2

31/5/1995

Italy

King's Park, Durban

27-20

2-2

4/6/1995

Samoa

King's Park, Durban

44-22

4-3

11/6/1995

Australia

Newlands, Cape Town - Quarter-final

25-22

1-1

18/6/1995

New Zealand

Newlands, Cape Town - Semi-final

29-45

4-6

22/6/1995

France

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Third Place Play off

9-19

0-2

1999

Britain & France

2/10/1999

Italy

Twickenham, London

67-7

8-1

9/10/1999

New Zealand

Twickenham, London

16-30

1-3

15/10/1999

Tonga

Twickenham, London

101-10

13-1

20/10/1999

Fiji

Twickenham, London - Quarter-final Play-off

45-24

4-3

24/10/1999

South Africa

Stade de Francais, Paris - Quarter-final

21-44

0-2

2003

Australia

12/10/2003

Georgia

Subiaco Oval, Perth

84-6

12-0

18/10/2003

South Africa

Subiaco Oval, Perth

25-6

1-0

26/10/2003

Samoa

Telstra Dome, Melbourne

35-22

4-1

2/11/2003

Uruguay

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

111-13

17-1

9/11/2003

Wales

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane - Quarter-final

28-17

1-3

16/11/2003

France

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - Semi-final

24-7

0-1

22/11/2003

Australia

Telstra Stadium, Sydney - FINAL

20-17

1-1

2007

 Group A

France & Britain

8/9/2007

USA

Lens

28-10

3-1

14/9/2007

South Africa

St. Denis

0-36

0-3

22/9/2007

Samoa

Nantes

44-22

4-1

26/9/2007

Tonga

Paris

36-20

4-2

6/10/2007

Australia

Marseille: Quarter-final-1

12-10

0-1

13/10/2007

France

St. Denis: Semi-final-2

14-9

1-0

20/10/2007

South Africa

St. Denis: FINAL

6-15

0-0

2011

Group B

New Zealand & Local Kick-off Time

10/9/2011

Argentina

Otago Stadium, Dunedin (20:30)

13-9

1-0

18/9/2011

Georgia

Otago Stadium, Dunedin (18:00)

41-10

6-1

24/9/2011

Romania

Otago Stadium, Dunedin (18:00)

67-3

10-0

1/10/2011

Scotland

Eden Park, Auckland (20:30)

16-12

1-0

08/10/2011

France

Eden Park, Auckland: Quarter-final-2 (20:30)

12-19

2-2

2015

Group A

England/Cardiff & Local Kick-off Time

18/9/2015

Ocenia 1

Twickenham, London (20:00)

0-0

0-0

26/9/2015

Wales

Twickenham, London (20:00)

0-0

0-0

3/10/2015

Australia

Twickenham, London (20:00)

0-0

0-0

10/10/2015

Play-Off Winner

Manchester City Stadium, Manchester (20:00)

0-0

0-0

17-18/10/2015

-

: Quarter final ()

0-0

0-0

24-25/10/2015

-

: Semi final ()

0-0

0-0

31/10/2015

-

: FINAL ()

0-0

0-0

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7. SUMMARY WORLD CUP - 1987-2011

Played

Won

Lost

Draw

Pts F

Pts A

Tries F

Tries A

1987

4

2

2

0

103

48

15

7

1991

6

4

2

0

119

61

11

5

1995

6

4

2

0

158

146

11

16

1999

5

3

2

0

250

115

26

10

2003

7

7

0

0

327

88

36

7

2007

7

5

2

0

140

122

12

8

2011

5

4

1

0

149

53

20

3

2015

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

40

29

11

0

1246

633

131

56

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8. OVERALL TEST RECORD AGAINST ALL COUNTRIES
(27/3/1871 to 23/6/2014)

Opponents (*) & First Match

Pld

Won

Lost

Drawn

PF

PA

Argentina: 30/5/1981

19

14

4

1

488

273

Australia: 9/1/1909

42

17

24

1

635

890

Canada: 1992

6

6

0

0

273

73

Fiji: 1988

4

4

0

0

156

71

France: 22/3/1906

98

52

39

7

1498

1195

Georgia: 12/10/2003

2

2

0

0

125

16

Ireland: 15/2/1875

128

74

46

8

1475

1037

Italy: 8/10/1991

20

20

0

0

795

249

Japan: 30/5/1987

1

1

0

0

60

7

Netherlands: 14/11/1998

1

1

0

0

110

0

New Zealand: 2/12/1905

39

7

31

1

539

945

NZ Natives: 16/2/1889

1

1

0

0

7

0

Pacific Islands: 8/11/2008

1

1

0

0

39

13

Presidents XV: 17/4/1971

1

0

1

0

11

28

Romania: 5/4/1985

5

5

0

0

335

24

Samoa: 4/6/1995

6

5

1

0

216

91

Scotland: 27/3/1871

132

72

42

18

1522

1119

South Africa: 8/12/1906

36

12

22

2

564

749

Tonga: 15/10/1999

2

2

0

0

137

30

Uruguay: 2/11/2003

1

1

0

0

111

13

United States of America: 3/6/1987

5

5

0

0

253

52

Wales: 19/2/1881

125

57

56

12

1575

1440

TOTAL

674

359

265

50

10924

8315

ratio (%)

53.26

39.32

7.42

(*) 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.

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9. PLAYERS TEST PROFILES

Name

Province

Birthdate

Height

Weight

Position

Games

Points

Tries

Stuart Abbott

London Wasps

3/6/1978

1.81m

90kg

Centre

9

10

2

Anthony Allen

Gloucester

1/9/1986

1.79m

90kg

Centre

2

0

0

(x)Delon Armitage

London Irish

15/12/1983

1.85m

85kg

Fullback

23

44

7

Steffon Armitage

London Irish

20/9/1985

1.75m

103kg

Flank

7

0

0

(x)Chris Ashton

Saracens

29/3/1987

1.83m

95kg

Wing

39

95

19

Dave Attwood

Bristol

5/4/1987

2.00m

114kg

Lock

11

0

0

Iain Balshaw

Gloucester

14/4/1979

1.85m

83kg

Fullback/wing

35

65

13

(x)Matt Banahan

Bath

30/12/1986

2.01m

110kg

Wing/centre

16

20

4

Olly Barkley

Bath

28/11/1981

1.77m

84kg

Flyhalf/centre

21

82

2

Brad Barritt

Saracens

7/8/1986

1.86m

95kg

Centre

18

5

1

Nick Beal

Northampton

2/12/1978

1.88m

92kg

Fullback/wing

12

0

0

Duncan Bell

Bath

1/10/1974

1.88m

124kg

Prop

5

0

0

Steve Borthwick
(CAPTAIN: 18)

Saracens

12/10/1979

1.98m

101kg

Lock

58

10

2

Mouritz Botha

Gloucester

29/1/1982

1.98m

112kg

Lock

10

0

0

Alex Brown

Gloucester

17/5/1979

2.01m

113kg

Lock

3

0

0

Kieran Brookes

Leicester Tigers

29/8/1990

1.85m

123kg

Prop

2

0

0

Mike Brown

Harlequins

4/9/1985

1.83m

90kg

Wing/Fullback

29

30

6

Freddie Burns

Gloucester

13/5/1990

1.85m

80kg

Flyhalf

5

57

0

Luther Burrell

Leeds Carnegie

6/12/1987

1.88m

98kg

Centre

7

15

3

Danny Care

Harlequins

2/1/1987

1.75m

76kg

Scrumhalf

48

44

7

Phil Christophers

Bristol

16/10/1980

1.82m

88kg

Wing

3

5

1

George Chuter

Leicester Tigers

9/7/1976

1.78m

101kg

Hooker

25

5

1

Danny Cipriani

London Wasps

2/11/1987

1.84m

90kg

Flyhalf

9

52

1

Ben Cohen

Northampton Saints

14/9/1978

1.90m

95kg

Wing

57

155

31

(x)Dan Cole

Leicester Tigers

9/5/1987

1.91m

121kg

Prop

45

5

1

(x)Alex Corbisiero

London Irish

3/11/1986

1.96m

110kg

Prop

19

0

0

Martin Corry
(CAPTAIN:16tests)

Leicester Tigers

12/10/1973

1.95m

111kg

Flank/lock

64

30

6

Jordan Crane

Leicester Tigers

3/6/1986

1.91m

114kg

Eighthman

3

0

0

(x)Tom Croft

Leicester Tigers

7/11/1985

1.96m

106kg

Flank

38

20

4

(x)Mark Cueto

Sale Sharks

26/12/1979

1.80m

93kg

Wing

55

100

20

(x)Louis Deacon

Leicester Tigers

7/10/1980

1.98m

108kg

Lock

28

0

0

Lee Dickson

Northampton Saints

29/3/1985

1.78m

85kg

Scrumhalf

18

0

0

Paul Doran-Jones

Gloucester

2/5/1985

1.85m

110kg

Prop

6

0

0

Phil Dowson

Northampton Saints

1/10/1981

1.90m

108kg

Flank

7

0

0

Nick Duncombe

Harlequins

21/10/1982

1.72m

78kg

Scrumhalf

2

0

0

(x)Nick Easter
(CAPTAIN: 2)

Harlequins

15/8/1978

1.93m

115kg

No 8/flank

49

25

5

Kyle Eastmond

Bath

17/7/1989

1.67m

79kg

Wing/fullback

4

0

0

Harry Ellis

Leicester Tigers

17/5/1982

1.77m

84kg

Scrumhalf

26

20

4

Ayoola Erinle

Biarritz

20/2/1980

1.91m

110kg

Wing/centre

2

0

0

Owen Farrell

Saracens

24/9/1991

1.88m

90kg

Flyhalf

26

271

2

Carl Fearns

Bath

28/5/1989

1.90m

114kg

Flanker

0

0

0

David Flatman

-

21/7/1980

1.85m

117kg

Prop

8

0

0

(x)Toby Flood

Leicester Tigers

8/8/1985

1.88m

85kg

Flyhalf

60

301

4

Riki Flutey

CA Brive

10/2/1980

1.79m

91kg

Centre

14

20

4

(x)Ben Foden

Northampton Saints

22/7/1985

1.83m

94kg

Fullback

34

35

7

George Ford

Bath

16/3/1993

1.78m

86kg

Flyhalf

2

0

0

James Forrester

Gloucester

9/2/1981

1.95m

100kg

Eighthman

2

0

0

Hendré Fourie

Leeds Carnbergie

19/9/1979

1.83m

105kg

Flank

8

0

0

Perry Freshwater

Perpignon

27/7/1973

1.83m

110kg

Prop

11

0

0

Shane Geraghty

Northampton Saints

12/8/1986

1.80m

90kg

Flyhalf/centre

6

5

1

Jamie Gibson

London Irish

27/9/1990

1.95m

107kg

Flanker

0

0

0

Andy Gomarsall

Harlequins

24/7/1974

1.77m

86kg

Scrumhalf

37

44

7

Alex Goode

Saracens

7/5/1988

1.80m

85kg

Fullback/flyhalf

16

3

0

Andy Goode

CA Brive

3/4/1980

1.80m

87kg

Flyhalf

17

107

1

Joe Gray

Harlequins

t5/8/1988

1.85m

105kg

Hooker

1

0

0

Phil Greening

London Wasps

3/10/1975

1.82m

108kg

Hooker

24

30

6

(x)Shontayne Hape

London Irish

30/1/1981

1.88m

102kg

Centre

13

10

2

(x)Dylan Hartley
(CAPTAIN: 1)

Northampton Saints

24/3/1986

1.85m

109kg

Hooker

57

5

1

(x)James Haskell

London Wasps

2/4/1985

1.90m

111kg

Flanker/Nr 8

51

20

4

Andy Hazel

Gloucester

25/4/1978

1.83m

99kg

Flanker

7

5

1

Dan Hipkiss

Leicester Tigers

4/6/1982

1.78m

92kg

Centre

13

0

0

Jason Hobson

Bristol Rugby

10/2/1983

1.80m

108kg

Prop

2

0

0

Charlie Hodgson

Saracens

12/11/1980

1.77m

82kg

Flyhalf/centre

37

269

8

Paul Hodgson

London Irish

25/4/1982

1.73m

77kg

Scrumhalf

9

0

0

Tom Johnson

Exeter Chiefs

16/7/1982

1.88m

103kg

Loose forward

8

5

1

Chris Jones

Sale Sharks

24/6/1980

2.00m

96kg

Flank

10

5

1

Jonathan Joseph

London Irish

21/5/1991

1.80m

90kg

Wing/Centre

6

0

0

Ben Kay

Leicester Tigers

14/12/1975

1.98m

113kg

Lock

62

10

2

Nick Kennedy

London Irish

19/8/1981

2.00m

113kg

Lock

7

5

1

Mastt Kvesic

Worcester

14/4/1992

1.88m

104kg

Loose forward

2

0

0

Joe Launchbury

London Wasps

12/4/1991

1.98m

115kg

Lock

22

10

2

(x)Courtney Lawes

Northampton

23/2/1989

2.01m

105kg

Lock/flank

32

0

0

Josh Lewsey

London Wasps

30/11/1976

1.80m

92kg

Fullback/wing

55

110

22

Michael Lipman

Bath

16/1/1980

1.85m

99kg

Flanker

10

0

0

Magnus Lund

Sale Sharks

25/6/1983

1.90m

105kg

Flanker

10

5

1

Joe Marler

Harlequins

7/7/1990

1.83m

113kg

Prop

22

0

0

Jonny May

Gloucester

1/4/1990

1.85m

90kg

Centre/wing

7

0

0

Tom May

Newcastle Falcons

5/2/1979

1.78m

91kg

Centre

4

0

0

(x)Lee Mears

Bath

5/3/1979

1.78m

104kg

Hooker

42

5

1

Ugo Monye

Harlequins

13/4/1983

1.88m

90kg

Wing

14

10

2

(x)Lewis Moody

Leicester Tigers

12/6/1978

1.93m

100kg

Flank

71

45

9

Ben Morgan

Gloucester

18/2/1989

1.93m

117kg

Eighthman

23

10

2

Olly Morgan

Gloucester

3/11/1985

1.88m

94kg

Fullback

2

0

0

Robbie Morris

Northampton

20/2/1982

1.87m

121kg

Prop

2

0

0

Matt Mullan

Worcester

23/2/1987

1.85m

1109kg

Prop

5

0

0

Stephen Myler

Northampton

21/7/1984

1.80m

92kg

Flyhalf

1

2

0

Luke Narraway

Gloucester

7/9/1983

1.91m

108kg

Eighthman

7

0

0

Jamie Noon

Newcastle Falcons

9/5/1979

1.80m

86kg

Centre

38

35

7

Jack Nowell

Exeter Chiefs

11/4/1993

1.80m

92g

Wing/fullback

4

5

1

Topsy Ojo

London Irish

28/7/1985

1.84m

85g

Wing

2

10

2

David Paice

London Irish

24/11/1983

1.85m

101kg

Hooker

8

0

0

(x)Tom Palmer

Stade Francais

27/3/1979

1.99m

105kg

Lock

42

0

0

Geoff Parling

Leicester Tigers

28/10/1983

1.98m

114kg

Lock

22

5

1

Tim Payne

London Wasps

29/4/1979

1.85m

119kg

Prop

22

0

0

Chris Pennell

Worcester Warrriors

26/4/1987

1.83m

97kg

Fullback/wing

1

0

0

Matt Perry

Bath

21/1/1977

1.85m

86kg

Fullback

37

50

10

Shaun Perry

Bristol

4/5/1978

1.78m

95kg

Scrumhalf

12

10

2

Tom Rees

London Wasps

11/9/1984

1.80m

101kg

Flank

15

5

1

Mark Regan

Bristol

28/1/1972

1.77m

95kg

Hooker

46

15

3

Peter Richards

Gloucester

10/3/1978

1.75m

93kg

Scrumhalf

13

0

0

Chris Robshaw
(CAPTAIN: 26)

Harlequins

4/6/1986

1.88m

92kg

Flank

28

10

2

Paul Sackey

London Wasps

8/11/1979

1.86m

91kg

Wing

22

55

11

Alex Sanderson

Sale

7/10/1979

1.87m

102kg

Flanker

6

5

1

Pat Sanderson

Worcester Warriors

6/9/1977

1.90m

95kg

Flanker/No.8

16

10

2

Charlie Sharples

Gloucester

17/8/1989

1.83m

94kg

Wing

3

10

2

Dean Schofield

Sale Sharks

19/1/1979

1.98m

115kg

Flank

1

0

0

(x)Simon Shaw
(MBE)

London Wasps

1/9/1973

2.03m

124kg

Lock

71

10

2

(x)Andrew Sheridan

Sale Sharks

11/1/1979

1.95m

126kg

Prop

40

0

0

James Simpson-Daniel

Gloucester

30/5/1982

1.82m

80kg

Wing/centre

12

25

5

Ben Skirving

Saracens

9/10/1983

1.95m

107kg

No 8/flank

1

0

0

Ollie Smith

Leicester Tigers

14/8/1982

1.87m

87kg

Wing/centre

5

0

0

(x)Matt Stevens

Saracens

1/10/1982

1.83m

115kg

Prop

44

0

0

David Strettle

NEC Harlequins

23/7/1983

1.83m

83kg

Wing

14

10

2

Mathew Tait

Sale Sharks

6/2/1986

1.80m

85kg

Wing/centre/
fullback

39

25

5

Henry Thomas

Sale Sharks

30/10/1991

1.85m

111kg

Prop

7

0

0

(x)Steve Thompson

Leeds Carnegie

15/7/1978

1.87m

125kg

Hooker

73

20

4

(x)Mike Tindall

Gloucester

18/10/1978

1.87m

92kg

Centre

75

74

14

Andy Titterell

Sale Sharks

10/1/1981

1.73m

93kg

Hooker

4

0

0

Joel Tomkins

Saracens

21/3/1987

1.90m

100kg

Centre

3

0

0

(x)Manu Tuilagi

Leicester Tigers

18/5/1991

1.85m

105kg

Centre

25

55

11

Jordan Turner-Hall

Harlequins

5/1/1988

1.83m

100kg

Centre

2

0

0

Billy Twelvetrees

Gloucester

15/11/1988

1.90m

100kg

Centre

14

15

3

Lesley Vainikolo

Gloucester

4/5/1979

1.88m

114kg

Wing

5

0

0

Mark van Gisbergen

London Wasps

30/6/1977

1.80m

89kg

Fullback

1

0

0

Tom Varndell

London Wasps

16/9/1985

1.91m

96kg

Wing

4

5

1

Sam Vesty

Leicester Tigers

26/11/1981

1.83m

92kg

Flyhalf

2

0

0

Phil Vickery

London Wasps

14/3/1976

1.90m

125kg

Prop

73

10

2

Tom Voyce

London Wasps

5/1/1981

1.85m

94kg

Wing/fullback

8

30

6

Billy Vunipola

London Wasps

3/11/1992

1.93m

130kg

Lock/eighthman

10

5

1

Mako Vunipola

Saracens

13/1/1991

1.81m

120kg

Prop

15

5

1

Christian Wade

London Wasps

15/5/1991

1.73m

86kg

Wing

1

0

0

David Walder

Newcastle

7/5/1978

1.77m

83kg

Flyhalf

4

41

2

Thomas Waldrom

Leicester Tigers

28/4/1983

1.85m

111kg

Eighthman

5

0

0

Rob Webber

London Wasps

1/8/1986

1.83m

110kg

Hooker

8

5

1

(x)Richard Wigglesworth

Saracens

9/6/1983

1.76m

83kg

Scrumhalf

14

5

1

(x)Jonny Wilkinson
(MBE)

RC Toulon

25/5/1979

1.77m

80kg

Flyhalf

91

1179

6

(x)David Wilson

Bath Rugby

9/4/1985

1.85m

122kg

Prop

37

0

0

(x)Tom Wood
(CAPTAIN: 2)

Northampton Saints

3/11/1986

1.93m

107kg

Flank

30

0

0

Trevor Woodman

Gloucester

4/8/1976

1.80m

114kg

Prop

22

0

0

Joe Worsley

London Wasps

14/6/1977

1.95m

108kg

Flank

78

50

10

Mike Worsley

London Irish

1/12/1976

1.82m

109kg

Prop

3

0

0

Marland Yarde

London Irish

20/4/1992

1.85m

88kg

Wing

5

20

4

(x)Ben Youngs

Leicester Tigers

5/9/1989

1.78m

87kg

Scrumhalf

39

30

6

Tom Youngs

Leicester Tigers

28/1/1987

1.73m

101

Hooker

17

0

0

(x) - RWC 2011

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10. TEST RECORDS

Individual

Most career Tests

114

Jason Leonard (1990-2004)

91

Jonny Wilkinson MBE (1998-2003; 2008-2011)

85

Lawrence Dallaglio (1995-2007)

85

Rory Underwood (1984-1996)

84

Martin Johnson (1993-2003)

78

Joe Worsley (1999-2011)

76

Matt Dawson (1995-2006)

75

Mike Catt (1994-2004; 2006-2007)

74

Mike Tindall (2000-2011)

73

Steve Thompson (2002-2006; 2011)

73

Phil Vickery (1998-2009)

72

Will Carling (1988-1997)

71

Rob Andrew (1985-1997)

71

Richard Hill (1997-2004)

71

Lewis Moody (2001-2010)

71

Simon Shaw MBE (1996-2011)

69

Danny Grewcock (1997-2007)

66

Neil Back (1994-2005)

65

Jeremy Guscott (1989-1999)

64

Martin Corry (2000-2007)

64

Brian Moore (1987-1995)

62

Ben Kay (2001-2009)

60

Toby Flood (2006-2013)

58

Steve Borthwick (2001-2010)

58

Peter Winterbottom (1982-1993)

57

Ben Cohen (2000-2006)

57

Dylan Hartley (2008-2014)

56

Wade Dooley (1985-1993)

55

Mark Cueto (2004-2011)

55

Will Greenwood (1997-2005)

55

Josh Lewsey (1998-2007)

54

Graham Rowntree (1995-2006)

51

Kyran Bracken (1993-2003)

51

James Haskell (2007-2013)

51

Austin Healey (1997-2003)

51

Jason Robinson (2001-2007)

51

Julian White (2000-2009)

50

Dan Cole (2007-2013)

Most Consecutive Tests

44

Will Carling (1989-1995)

40

Jason Leonard (1990-1995)

36

John Pullin (1968-1975)

33

Bill Beaumont (1975-1982)

30

Dan Cole (2010-2013)

30

Rory Underwood (1992-1996)

Most Tests as Captain

59

Will Carling (1988-1996)

45

Martin Johnson (1998-2003)

24

Chris Robshaw (2009-2014)

21

Bill Beaumont (1978-1982)

21

Lawrence Dallaglio (1997-1999; 2004)

18

Steve Borthwick (2008-2010)

16

Martin Corry (2005-2006; 2007)

13

N.M. Hall (1949-1955)

13

Dickie Jeeps (1960-1962)

13

John Pullin (1972-1975)

13

W.W. Wakefield (1924-1926)

Most Career Points

1179

Jonny Wilkinson (91 tests)

400

Paul Grayson (32 tests)

396

Rob Andrew (71 tests)

302

Toby Flood (60 tests)

300

Jonathan Webb (33 tests)

271

Owen Farrell (26 tests)

269

Charlie Hodgson (37 tests)

240

Dusty Hare (25 tests)

210

Rory Underwood (85 tests)

Most Points in a Test

44

Charlie Hodgson (v Romania, 2001: London)

36

Paul Grayson (v Tonga, 1999: London)

35

Jonny Wilkinson (v Italy, 2001: London)

32

Jonny Wilkinson (v Italy, 1999: London)

30

Rob Andrew (v Canada, 1994: London)

30

Paul Grayson (v Netherlands, 1998: Huddersfield)

30

Jonny Wilkinson (v Wales, 2002: London)

29

David Walder (v Canada, 2001: Burnaby)

27

Rob Andrew (v South Africa, 1994: Pretoria)

27

Jonny Wilkinson (v South Africa, 2000: Bloemfontein)

27

Charlie Hodgson (v South Africa, 2004: London)

27

Jonny Wilkinson (v Scotland, 2007: London)

26

Jonny Wilkinson (v USA, 1999: London)

25

Toby Flood (v Australia, 2010, London)

24

Jonathan Webb (v Italy, 1991: London)

24

Rob Andrew (v Romania, 1994: London)

24

Rob Andrew (v Scotland, 1995: London)

24

Rob Andrew (v Argentina, 1995: Durban)

24

Jonny Wilkinson (v France, 2003: Sydney)

24

Jonny Wilkinson (v Samoa, 2007: Nantes)

Most Career Tries

49

Rory Underwood (85 tests)

31

Ben Cohen (57 tests)

31

Will Greenwood (55 tests)

30

Jeremy Guscott (65 tests)

28

Jason Robinson (51 tests)

24

Dan Luger (37 tests)

22

Josh Lewsey (55 tests)

20

Mark Cueto (55 tests)

19

Chris Ashton (38 tests)

18

C.N. Lowe (25 tests)

17

Lawrence Dallaglio (85 tests)

16

Neil Back (66 tests)

16

Matt Dawson (76 tests)

15

Austin Healey (51 tests)

14

Mike Tindall (75 tests)

13

Iain Balshaw (35 tests)

13

Tony Underwood (27 tests)

12

Will Carling (72 tests)

12

Richard Hill (71 tests)

Most Tries in a Test

5

D. Lambert (v France, 1907: Richmond)

5

Rory Underwood (v Fiji, 1989: London)

5

Josh Lewsey (v Uruguay, 2003: Brisbane)

4

G.W. Burton (v Wales, 1881: Blackheath)

4

A. Hudson (v France, 1906: Paris)

4

R.W. Poulton (v France, 1914: Paris)

4

Chris Oti (v Romania, 1989: Bucharest)

4

Jeremy Guscott (v Netherlands, 1998: Huddersfield)

4

Neil Back (v Netherlands, 1998: Huddersfield)

4

Jeremy Guscott (v USA, 1999: London)

4

Jason Robinson (v Romania, 2001: London)

4

Nick Easter (v Wales, 2007: London)

4

Chris Ashton (v Italy, 2010: London)

Most Conversions in a Test

15

Paul Grayson (v Netherlands, 1998: Huddersfield)

14

Charlie Hodgson (v Romania, 2001: Twickenham)

13

Jonny Wilkinson (v USA, 1999: Twickenham)

12

Paul Grayson (v Tonga, 1999: Twickenham)

12

Paul Grayson (v Uruguay, 2003: Brisbane)

9

Jonny Wilkinson (v Italy, 2001: Twickenham)

8

Simon Hodgkinson (v Romania, 1989: Bucharest)

7

Jonathan Webb (v Japan, 1987: Sydney)

7

Simon Hodgkinson (v Argentina, 1990: Twickenham)

7

Paul Grayson (v Wales, 1998: Twickenham)

Most Penalties in a Test

8

Jonny Wilkinson (v South Africa, 2000: Bloemfontein)

7

Simon Hodgkinson (v Wales, 1991: Cardiff)

7

Rob Andrew (v Scotland, 1995: Twickenham)

7

Jonny Wilkinson
v France, 1999: Twickenham
v Fiji, 1999: Twickenham
v South Africa, 2001: Twickenham

7

Toby Flood (v Australia, 2010: Twickenham)

6

Rob Andrew
v Wales, 1986: Twickenham
v Canada, 1994: Twickenham
v Argentina, 1995: Durban

6

Paul Grayson
v Scotland, 1996: Murrayfield
v Ireland, 1996: Twickenham
v South Africa, 1999: Paris

6

Jonny Wilkinson
v South Africa, 2000: Twickenham
v Australia, 2002: Twickenham
v Wales, 2003: Brisbane

6

Toby Flood
v Italy, 2013: Twickenham

Most Drop Goals in a Test

3

Jonny Wilkinson (v France, 2003: Sydney)

Most Career Drop Goals

36

Jonny Wilkinson (91 tests)

21

Rob Andrew (71 tests)

Team

Most Points in a Test

134

beat Romania 134-0 (Twickenham: 2001)

111

beat Uruguay 111-13 (Brisbane: 2003)

110

beat Netherlands 110-0 (Huddersfield: 1998)

106

beat USA 106-8 (Twickenham: 1999)

101

beat Tonga 101-10 (Twickenham: 1999)

84

beat Georgia 84-6 (Perth: 2003)

80

beat Italy 80-23 (Twickenham: 2001)

70

beat Canada 70-0 (Twickenham: 2004)

67

beat Italy 67-7 (Twickenham: 1999)

67

beat Romania 67-3 (Dunedin: 2011)

62

beat Wales 62-5 (London: 2007)

60

beat Japan 60-7 (Sydney: 1987)

60

beat Canada 60-19 (London: 1994)

60

beat Wales 60-26 (London: 1998)

59

beat Canada 59-20 (Vancouver: 2001)

59

beat Italy 59-13 (Twickenham: 2011)

58

beat Romania 58-3 (Bucharest: 1989)

58

beat Fiji 58-23 (London: 1989)

53

beat South Africa 53-3 (London: 2002)

52

beat Italy 52-11 (Rome: 2014)

50

beat Ireland 50-18 (London: 2000)

50

beat Wales 50-10 (London: 2002)

50

beat Italy 50-9 (Rome: 2004)

Highest Score against Individual Countries

51

beat Argentina 51-0 (London: 1990)

35

beat Australia 35-18 (London: 2010)

70

beat Canada 70-0 (London: 2004)

58

beat Fiji 58-23 (London: 1989)

48

beat France 48-19 (Twickenham: 2001)

84

beat Georgia 84-6 (Perth: 2003)

50

beat Ireland 50-18 (London: 2000)

80

beat Italy 80-23 (London: 2001)

60

beat Japan 60-7 (Sydney: 1987)

38

beat New Zealand 38-21 (London: 2012)

134

beat Romania 134-0 (Twickenham: 2001)

44

beat Samoa 44-22 (Durban: 1995)
beat Samoa 44-22 (Nantes: 2007)

43

beat Scotland 43-3 (London: 2001)
beatScotland 43-22(London: 2005)

53

beat South Africa 53-3 (London: 2002)

101

beat Tonga 101-10 (Twickenham: 1999)

106

beat USA 106-8 (London: 1999)

111

beat Uruguay 111-13 (Brisbane: 2003)

62

beat Wales 62-5 (London: 2007)

44

beat Western Samoa 44-22 (Durban: 1995)

Biggest Losing Points Margin

76

lost to Australia 0-76 (Brisbane: 1998)

48

lost to South Africa 10-58 (Bloemfontein: 2007)

42

lost to New Zealand 22-64 (Dunedin: 1998)

36

lost to South Africa
0-36: Paris, 2007
6-42: London, 2008

32

lost to South Africa 22-55 (Pretoria: 2007)

30

lost to New Zealand 10-40 (Auckland: 1998)

30

lost to Ireland 13-43 (Dublin: 2007)

27

lost to New Zealand 15-42 (Wellington: 1985)

27

lost to Scotland 6-33 (Edinburgh: 1986)

27

lost to Wales 3-30 (Cardiff: 2013)

26

lost to South Africa 9-35 (Johannesburg: 1984)

26

lost to New Zealand 6-32 (London: 2008)

Highest Score by Opposing Team

33

by Argentina (13-33, Buenos Aires: 1997)

76

by Australia (0-76, Brisbane: 1998)

20

by Canada (59-20, Vancouver: 2001)

24

by Fiji (45-24, London: 1999)

37

by France (12-37, Colombes: 1972)

6

by Georgia (6-84, Perth: 2003)

43

by Ireland (13-43, Dublin: 2007)

23

by Italy (80-23, London: 2001)

7

by Japan (60-7, Sydney: 1987)

64

by New Zealand (22-64, Dunedin: 1998)

15

by Romania (22-15, London: 1985)

22

by Samoa (44-22, Durban: 1995)
by Samoa (35-22, Melbourne: '03)
by Samoa (44-22, Nantes: 2007)

33

by Scotland (6-33, Edinburgh: 1986)


58
55

by South Africa
10-58, Bloemfontein: 2007
22-55, Pretoria: 2007

20

beat Tonga 36-20 (Paris: 2007)

19

by USA (48-19, San Francisco: 2001)

34

by Wales (21-34, Cardiff: 1967)

22

by Western Samoa (44-22, Durban: 1995)

Most Tries in a Test

20

v Romania (Twickenham: 2001)

17

v Uruguay (Brisbane: 2003)

16

v Netherlands (Huddersfield: 1998)

16

v USA (Twickenham: 1999)

13

v Wales (Blackheath: 1881)

13

v Tonga (Twickenham: 1999)

12

v Georgia (Perth: 2003)

12

v Canada (London: 2004)

10

v Japan (Sydney: 1987)

10

v Fiji (Twickenham: 1989)

10

v Italy (Twickenham: 2001)

10

vs Romania (Dunedin: 2011)

9

v France (Paris: 1906)

9

v France (Richmond: 1907)

9

v France (Paris: 1914)

9

v Romania (Bucharest: 1989)

9

v Wales (Twickenham: 2007)

Most Tries Conceded in a Test

11

by Australia (Brisbane: 1998)

9

by New Zealand (Dunedin: 1998)

8

by South Africa (Pretoria: 2007)

7

by South Africa (Bloemfontein: 2007)

Most Consecutive Wins

14

23/3/2002-23/8/2003

12

1882-1887

11

1922-1924

11

2000-2001

10

1978-1882

10

1994-1995

10

6/9/2003-21/02/2004

Most Consecutive Wins at Twickenham

22
(World record at one venue)

15/10/1999-6/9/2003

Longest Losing Sequence

7

19/3/1904 - 10/2/1906

7

1971-1972

7

25/2/2006 - 11/11/2006

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