2004 England rugby union tour of Australasia

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2004 England tour in Australia nd New Zealand
Type P W D L
Total: 3 0 0 3
Test match: 3 0 0 3
Opp. P W D L
 New Zealand 2 0 0 2
 Australia 1 0 0 2
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2004 England rugby union tour of Australia and New Zealand was a series of matches played in June 2004 in Australia and New Zealand by the England national rugby union team. It was the first tour of England, after the victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. The English team lost all three Tests decisively, a shock result after the World Cup victory the year before.

Matches[edit]

12 June 2004
 New Zealand 36–3  England
Try: Howlett, Rokocoko
Spencer
Con: Carter 3
Pen: Carter 5
Pen: Hodgson
Carisbrook, Dunedin
Attendance: 36,000
Referee: Jonathan Kaplan South Africa

New Zealand: 15.Mils Muliaina, 14.Doug Howlett, 13.Tana Umaga (capt.), 12.Dan Carter, 11.Joe Rokocoko, 10.Carlos Spencer, 9.Justin Marshall, 8.Xavier Rush, 7.Richie McCaw, 6.Jono Gibbes, 5.Keith Robinson, 4.Chris Jack, 3.Carl Hayman, 2.Keven Mealamu, 1.Kees Meeuws, – replacements: 16.Andrew Hore, 17.Tony Woodcock, 19.Marty Holah, 21.Nick Evans, 22.Sam TuitupouNo entry : 18.Jerry Collins, 20.Byron Kelleher
England: 15.Josh Lewsey, 14.James Simpson-Daniel, 13.Mike Tindall, 12.Mike Catt, 11.Ben Cohen, 10.Charlie Hodgson, 9.Matt Dawson, 8.Lawrence Dallaglio (capt.), 7.Richard Hill, 6.Chris Jones, 5.Danny Grewcock, 4.Simon Shaw, 3.Julian White, 2.Steve Thompson, 1.Trevor Woodman, – replacements: 16.Mark Regan, 17.Matt Stevens, 18.Steve Borthwick, 19.Joe Worsley, 20.Andy Gomarsall, 21.Stuart AbbottNo entry: 22.Olly Barkley

19 June 2004
 New Zealand 36–12  England
Try: Carter, Rokocoko 3
Spencer
Con: Carter 4
Pen: Carter
Pen: Hodgson 4
Eden Park, Auckland
Attendance: 49,000
Referee: Nigel Williams Wales

New Zealand: 15.Nick Evans, 14.Mils Muliaina, 13.Tana Umaga (capt.), 12.Dan Carter, 11.Joe Rokocoko, 10.Carlos Spencer, 9.Justin Marshall, 8.Xavier Rush, 7.Marty Holah Temporarily suspended, 6.Jono Gibbes, 5.Keith Robinson, 4.Chris Jack, 3.Carl Hayman, 2.Keven Mealamu, 1.Kees Meeuws, – replacements: 16.Andrew Hore, 17.Tony Woodcock, 18.Jerry Collins, 19.Craig Newby, 21.Andrew Mehrtens, 22.Sam TuitupouNo entry : 20.Byron Kelleher
England: 15.Josh Lewsey, 14.Tom Voyce, 13.Stuart Abbott, 12.Mike Tindall, 11.Ben Cohen, 10.Charlie Hodgson, 9.Andy Gomarsall, 8.Lawrence Dallaglio (capt.), 7.Richard Hill, 6.Joe Worsley, 5.Steve Borthwick, 4.Simon Shaw Red card, 3.Julian White, 2.Mark Regan, 1.Trevor Woodman, – replacements: 16.Andy Titterrell, 17.Matt Stevens, 18.Danny Grewcock, 19.Michael Lipman, 20.Matt Dawson, 21.Olly Barkley, 22.Fraser Waters

26 June 2004
 Australia 51–15  England
Try: Paul 2, Rathbone 3
Tuqiri
Con: Roff 3
Pen: Roff 5
Try: Dallaglio, Hill
Con: Hodgson
Pen: Hodgson
Lang Park, Brisbane
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: PaddyO'Brien Republic of Ireland

Australia: 15.Joe Roff, 14.Clyde Rathbone, 13.Stirling Mortlock, 12.Matt Giteau, 11.Lote Tuqiri, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt), 8.David Lyons, 7.Phil Waugh, 6.Radike Samo, 5.Nathan Sharpe, 4.Justin Harrison, 3.Al Baxter, 2.Brendan Cannon, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Jeremy Paul, 17.Matt Dunning, 18.Dan Vickerman, 19.George Smith, 20.Matt Henjak, 21.John Roe, 22.Chris Latham
England: 15.Josh Lewsey, 14.Tom Voyce, 13.Mike Catt, 12.Mike Tindall, 11.Ben Cohen, 10.Charlie Hodgson, 9.Andy Gomarsall, 8.Lawrence Dallaglio (capt.), 7.Richard Hill, 6.Joe Worsley, 5.Steve Borthwick, 4.Simon Shaw, 3.Julian White, 2.Mark Regan, 1.Tim Payne, – replacements: 16.Steve Thompson, 17.Mike Worsley, 18.Martin Corry, 19.Michael Lipman, 20.Matt Dawson, 21.Fraser Waters, 22.Olly Barkley


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