1993 South Africa rugby union tour of Australia

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1993 South Africa tour in Australia
Type P W D L
Total: 15 12 0 3
Test match: 3 1 0 2
Opp. P W D L
 Australia 3 1 0 2
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 1993 South Africa rugby union tour of Australia was a series of matches played by the Springboks in Australia during July and August 1993. It was the first tour of the South African team to Australia since the riots of controversial tour of 1981.

The test series was won by the Wallabies with two test wins to one.

Results[edit]

Scores and results list South Africa's points tally first.[1]

Opposing Team For Against Date Venue Status
Western Australia 71 8 14 July 1993 WACA Ground, Perth Tour match
South Australia Pres. XV 90 3 17 July 1993 Thebarton Oval, Adelaide Tour match
Victorian Pres. XV 78 3 21 July 1993 Olympic Stadium, Melbourne Tour match
New South Wales 28 29 24 July 1993 Waratah Rugby Stadium, Sydney Tour match
New South Wales Country 41 7 27 July 1993 Wade Park, Orange Tour match
Australia 19 12 31 July 1993 Football Stadium, Sydney Test match
A.C.T. 57 10 4 August 1993 Bruce Stadium, Canberra Tour match
Queensland 17 3 8 August 1993 Ballymore, Brisbane Tour match
Queensland Country 63 5 11 August 1993 Quarry Hill, Mckay Tour match
Australia 20 28 14 August 1993 Ballymore, Brisbane Test match
Sydney 31 20 17 August 1993 Penrith Stadium, Sydney Tour match
Australia 12 19 21 August 1993 Football Stadium, Sydney Test match

Reference list[edit]

  1. ^ "ARFU Annual Report 1993". Australian Rugby Football Union. 1993. pp. 12–13.