2004 Japan rugby union tour of Europe

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2004 Japan tour in Europe
Type P W D L
Total: 3 0 0 3
Test match: 3 0 0 3
Opp. P W D L
 Scotland 1 0 0 1
 Romania 1 0 0 1
 Wales 1 0 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2004 Japan rugby union tour of Europe was a series of test-matches played in November 2004 in Scotland, Romania and Wales Europe by Japan rugby union team.

Results[edit]

13 November 2004
Scotland  100–8  Japan
Try: Blair, Henderson
Hogg, Lamont
Macfadyen, Morrison
Parks, Paterson 3,
Petrie, Russell 2
Southwell 2
Con: Paterson 11
Pen: Paterson
Try: Daimon
Pen: Ikeda
McDiarmid Park, Perth
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Andrew Cole Australia

Scotland: 15.Hugo Southwell, 14.Chris Paterson, 13.Ben Hinshelwood, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Sean Lamont, 10.Dan Parks, 9.Chris Cusiter, 8.Jon Petrie, 7.Donnie Macfadyen, 6.Ally Hogg, 5.Nathan Hines, 4.Stuart Grimes, 3.Gavin Kerr, 2.Gordon Bulloch (capt.), 1.Allan Jacobsen, – replacements: 16.Robbie Russell, 17.Craig Smith, 18.Scott Macleod, 19.Jason White, 20.Mike Blair, 21.Gordon Ross, 22.Graeme Morrison
Japan: 15.Ryohei Miki, 14.Koichiro Kubota, 13.Seiichi Shimomura, 12.Yukio Motoki, 11.Hayato Daimon, 10.Keisuke Sawaki, 9.Wataru Ikeda, 8.Takuro Miuchi (capt.), 7.Hajime Kiso, 6.Naoya Okubo, 5.Hitoshi Ono, 4.Takanori Kumagae, 3.Ryo Yamamura, 2.Takashi Yamaoka, 1.Yuichi Hisadomi, – replacements: 16.Mitsugu Yamamoto, 17.Masahito Yamamoto, 18.Feletikiki Mau, 19.Takatoyo Yamaguchi, 20.Kiyonori Tanaka, 21.Masatoshi Mukoyama, 22.Hideyuki Yoshida

20 November 2004
Romania  25–10  Japan
Try: Sauan, Toderasc, Tudori
Con: Tofan 2
Pen: Tofan 2
Try: Miuchi
Con: Shimomura
Pen: Shimomura
Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest
Referee: Donal Courtney Ireland

Romania: 15.Valentin Maftei, 14.Bogdan Voicu, 13.Cristian Sauan, 12.Romeo Gontineac, 11.Ion Teodorescu, 10.Ionut Tofan, 9.Vali Calafeteanu, 8.Alin Petrache (capt.), 7.Alex Tudori, 6.Costica Mersoiu Red card, 5.Cristian Petre, 4.George Oprisor, 3.Marcel Socaciu, 2.Razvan Mavrodin, 1.Petru Balan, – replacements: 16.Bogdan Zebega Suman, 17.Cezar Popescu, 18.Petrisor Toderasc, 19.Valentin Ursache, 20.Iulian Andrei, 21.Ionut Dimofte, 22.Dan Dumbrava
Japan: 15.Ryohei Miki, 14.Koichiro Kubota, 13.Seiichi Shimomura, 12.Masatoshi Mukoyama, 11.Hiroki Mizuno, 10.Hideyuki Yoshida, 9.Kiyonori Tanaka, 8.Takuro Miuchi (capt.), 7.Takatoyo Yamaguchi, 6.Naoya Okubo, 5.Hajime Kiso, 4.Takanori Kumagae, 3.Ryo Yamamura, 2.Takashi Yamaoka, 1.Masahito Yamamoto, – replacements: 17.Yuichi Hisadomi, 19.Feletikiki Mau, 20.Wataru Ikeda, 21.Yukio MotokiNo entry: 16.Mitsugu Yamamoto, 18.Hitoshi Ono, 22.Hayato Daimon


26 November 2004
Wales  98–0  Japan
Try: Charvis 4, Cooper
Davies, Jenkins
Shanklin 3, G. Williams 2
S. Williams 2
Millennium, Cardiff
Attendance: 56,000
Referee: Tappe Henning South Africa

Wales: 15.Rhys Williams, 14.Hal Luscombe, 13.Tom Shanklin, 12.Gavin Henson, 11.Shane Williams, 10.Ceri Sweeney, 9.Gareth Cooper, 8.Michael Owen, 7.Colin Charvis (capt.), 6.Dafydd Jones, 5.Jonathan Thomas, 4.Ryan Jones, 3.Gethin Jenkins, 2.Mefin Davies, 1.Duncan Jones, – replacements: 16.Steve Jones, 17.Adam R. Jones, 18.Alix Popham, 19.Martyn Williams, 21.Mike Phillips, 22.Kevin MorganNo entry : 20.Matthew Watkins
Japan: 15.Ryohei Miki, 14.Koichiro Kubota, 13.Masatoshi Mukoyama, 12.Yukio Motoki, 11.Hayato Daimon, 10.Hideyuki Yoshida, 9.Wataru Ikeda, 8.Takuro Miuchi (capt.), 7.Feletikiki Mau, 6.Naoya Okubo, 5.Takanori Kumagae, 4.Hajime Kiso, 3.Ryo Yamamura, 2.Takashi Yamaoka, 1.Masahito Yamamoto, – replacements: 16.Mitsugu Yamamoto, 17.Tatsukichi Nishiura, 19.Takatoyo Yamaguchi, 20.Kiyonori Tanaka, 22.Tatsuhiko OtaoNo entry: 18.Koichi Kubo, 21.Sadanobu Imari


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