2003 France rugby union tour of Argentina and New Zealand

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2003 France tour in Argentina and New Zealand
Type P W D L
Total: 3 0 0 3
Test match: 3 0 0 3
Opp. P W D L
 Argentina 1 0 0 1
 New Zealand 2 0 0 2
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2003 France rugby union tour of Argentina and New Zealand was a series of matches played in June 2003 in Argentina and New Zealand by France national rugby union team.

Matches[edit]

Scores and results list France's points tally first.
Opposing Team For Against Date Venue
Argentina 6 10 14 June Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires
Argentina 32 33 20 June Vélez Sársfield, Buenos Aires
New Zealand 23 31 28 June Jade Stadium, Christchurch

First test with "Pumas"[edit]

14 June 2003
 Argentina 10–6  France
Try: Nunez Piossek
Con: F Contepomi
Pen: F Contepomi
Estadio J.Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
Referee: Steve Lander England

Argentina: Ignacio Corleto, 14.Jose Nunez Piossek, 13.Manuel Contepomi, 12.Lisandro Arbizu (capt.), 11.Diego Albanese, 10.Felipe Contepomi, 9.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 8.Mauricio Reggiardo, 7.Mario Ledesma, 6.Martin Scelzo, 5.Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe, 4.Santiago Phelan, 3.Patricio Albacete, 2.Lucas Ostiglia, 1.Gonzalo Longo, – replacements: 16.Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 17.Santiago Gonzalez Bonorino, 18.Pedro Sporleder, 22.Juan Martin HernandezNo entry : 19.Rimas Alvarez Kairelis, 20.Matias Albina, 21.Gonzalo Quesada
France: 15.Clement Poitrenaud, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Thomas Castaignede, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Christophe Dominici, 10.Yann Delaigue, 9.Fabien Galthie (capt.), 8.Jean Bouilhou, 7.Christian Labit, 6.Patrick Tabacco, 5.Jerome Thion, 4.David Auradou, 3.Pieter de Villiers, 2.Jean-Baptiste Rue, 1.Olivier Milloud, – replacements: 17.Sylvain Marconnet, 19.Imanol Harinordoquy, 19.Imanol HarinordoquyNo entry: 18.Lionel Nallet, 20.Frederic Michalak, 21.Yannick Jauzion, 22.Pepito Elhorga, 16.Yannick Bru

The second test with "Pumas "[edit]

21 June 2003
 Argentina 33–32  France
Try: Tries Hernandez, Orengo
Con: Quesada
Pen: Quesada 5
Drop: rbizu, Quesada
Try: Elhorga, Jauzion
Con: Cons Michalak 2
Pen: Delaigue 2, Michalak 3, Traille
Estadio J.Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
Referee: Andrew Ciole Australia

Argentina: Juan Martin Hernandez, 14.Hernan Senillosa, 13.Jose Orengo, 12.Lisandro Arbizu (capt.), 11.Diego Albanese, 10.Gonzalo Quesada, 9.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 8.Roberto Grau, 7.Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 6.Martin Scelzo, 5.Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe, 4.Santiago Phelan, 3.Rimas Alvarez Kairelis, 2.Rolando Martin, 1.Lucas Ostiglia, – replacements: 21.Felipe Contepomi, 22.Bernardo StortoniNo entry : 17.Mauricio Reggiardo, 18.Pedro Sporleder, 20.Matias Albina, 22.Pablo Bouza
France: 15.Pepito Elhorga, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Yannick Jauzion, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Vincent Clerc, 10.Yann Delaigue, 9.Fabien Galthie (capt.), 8.Christian Labit, 7.Sebastien Chabal, 6.Imanol Harinordoquy, 5.Jerome Thion, 4.David Auradou, 3.Pieter de Villiers, 2.Yannick Bru, 1.Sylvain Marconnet, – replacements: 16.Jean-Baptiste Rue, 20.Frederic MichalakNo entry: 17.Olivier Milloud, 18.Lionel Nallet, 19.Elvis Vermeulen, 21.Thomas Castaignede, 22.Clement Poitrenaud

The test with All Blacks[edit]

28 June 2003
 New Zealand 31–23  France
Try: Rokocoko 3
Con: Carter 2
Pen: Carter 4
Try: Tries Jauzion, Marconnet
Con: Merceron, Michalak
Pen: Michalak, Traille
Drop: Michalak
Lancaster Park, Christchurch
Referee: André Watson South Africa

New Zealand: Mils Muliaina, 14.Doug Howlett, 13.Tana Umaga, 12.Dan Carter, 11.Joe Rokocoko, 10.Carlos Spencer, 9.Steve Devine, 8.Dave Hewett, 7.Anton Oliver, 6.Greg Somerville, 5.Chris Jack, 4.Reuben Thorne (capt.), 3.Ali Williams, 2.Richie McCaw, 1.Jerry Collins, – replacements: 16.Keven Mealamu, 17.Kees Meeuws, 18.Brad Thorn, 19.Marty Holah, 20.Byron KelleherNo entry : 21.Aaron Mauger, 22.Caleb Ralph
France: 15.Clement Poitrenaud, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Yannick Jauzion, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Vincent Clerc, 10.Frederic Michalak, 9.Fabien Galthie (capt.), 8.Elvis Vermeulen, 7.Patrick Tabacco, 6.Imanol Harinordoquy, 5.Jerome Thion, 4.Lionel Nallet, 3.Nicolas Mas, 2.Yannick Bru, 1.Sylvain Marconnet, – replacements: 17.Pieter de Villiers, 18.David Auradou, 19.Christian Labit, 20.Sebastien Chabal, 21.Gerald MerceronNo entry: 16.Jean-Baptiste Rue, 22.Pepito Elhorga


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