2004 Wales rugby union tour of Argentina and South Africa

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2004 Wales tour in Argentina and South Africa
Type P W D L
Total: 3 1 0 2
Test match: 3 1 0 2
Opp. P W D L
 Argentina 2 1 0 1
 South Africa 1 0 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2004 Wales Rugby Union Tour of Argentina and South Africa was a series of matches played in June 2004. Wales faced Argentina in two test matches on the 12th and 19th June 2004, and South Africa on the 26th June 2004.

The Welsh drew the series with Argentina with a score of 1–1 and lost the single test against the Springboks.

Results[edit]

12 June 2004
Argentina  50–44  Wales
Try: Borges 2, F.Contepomi
M. Contepomi, Gaitan
Longo
Con: F.Contepomi 4
Pen: F.Contepomi 4
Try: Peel, Forster
Charvis, Parker
Luscombe
Con: Henson 5
Pen: Henson 3
Ferrocarrill Oeste, Buenos Aires
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Donal Courtney Republic of Ireland

Argentina: 15.Hernan Senillosa, 14.Lucas Borges, 13.Martin Gaitan, 12.Manuel Contepomi, 11.Jose Nunez Piossek, 10.Felipe Contepomi, 9.Matias Albina, 8.Gonzalo Longo (capt), 7.Martin Durand, 6.Lucas Ostiglia, 5.Patricio Albacete, 4.Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe, 3.Omar Hasan Jalil, 2.Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 1.Rodrigo Roncero, – replacements: 16.Eusebio Guinazu, 17.Pablo Cardinali, 18.Pablo Bouza, 19.Martin Schusterman, 20.Lucio Lopez Fleming, 22.Jose OrengoNo entry : 21.German Bustos
Wales: 15.Rhys Williams, 14.Hal Luscombe, 13.Sonny Parker, 12.Gavin Henson, 11.Shane Williams, 10.Ceri Sweeney, 9.Dwayne Peel, 8.Michael Owen, 7.Jason Forster, 6.Colin Charvis (capt.) Temporarily suspended, 5.Gareth Llewellyn, 4.Brent Cockbain, 3.Adam R. Jones, 2.Mefin Davies, 1.Duncan Jones, – replacements: 16.Huw Bennett, 17.Gethin Jenkins, 18.Darren Morris, 20.Mike Phillips, 21.Nick Robinson, 22.Tom ShanklinNo entry: 19.Jonathan Thomas

19 June 2004
Argentina  20–35  Wales
Try: Aramburu, Borges
Hasan
Con: Senillosa
Pen: Senillosa
Try: Robinson, Williams 3
Con: Henson 3
Pen: Henson 3
Ferrocarrill Oeste, Buenos Aires
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Donal Courtney Republic of Ireland

Argentina: 15.Hernan Senillosa, 14.Lucas Borges, 13.Jose Orengo, 12.Manuel Contepomi, 11.Jose Nunez Piossek, 10.Felipe Contepomi, 9.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 8.Gonzalo Longo (capt), 7.Martin Durand, 6.Lucas Ostiglia, 5.Patricio Albacete, 4.Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe Temporarily suspended, 3.Omar Hasan Jalil, 2.Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 1.Rodrigo Roncero, – replacements: 16.Mario Ledesma, 17.Eusebio Guinazu, 19.Martin Schusterman, 20.Matias Albina, 21.Juan Fernandez Miranda, 22.Federico AramburuNo entry : 18.German Bustos
Wales: 15.Gavin Henson, 14.Hal Luscombe, 13.Sonny Parker, 12.Tom Shanklin, 11.Shane Williams Temporarily suspended, 10.Nick Robinson, 9.Dwayne Peel, 8.Michael Owen, 7.Colin Charvis (capt.) Temporarily suspended, 6.Dafydd Jones, 5.Gareth Llewellyn, 4.Brent Cockbain, 3.Adam R. Jones, 2.Huw Bennett, 1.Duncan Jones, – replacements: 16.Mefin Davies, 17.Gethin Jenkins, 18.Darren Morris, 19.Jonathan Thomas, 20.Mike PhillipsNo entry: 21.Ceri Sweeney, 22.Barry Davies

26 June 2004
South Africa  53–18  Wales
Try: Burger, Conradie
Julies, Paulse
Russell 2, Smit
Con: Montgomery 6
Pen: Montgomery 2
Try: Peel, S. Williams
Con: Henson
Pen: Henson 2
Loftus Versfled, Pretoria
Attendance: 43,000
Referee: Steve Walsh New Zealand

South Africa: 15.Percy Montgomery, 14.Breyton Paulse, 13.Marius Joubert, 12.Wayne Julies, 11.Brent Russell, 10.Jaco van der Westhuyzen, 9.Fourie du Preez, 8.Jacques Cronje, 7.Pedrie Wannenburg, 6.Schalk Burger, 5.Victor Matfield, 4.Quinton Davids, 3.Faan Rautenbach, 2.John Smit (capt.), 1.Os du Randt, – replacements: 16.Hanyani Shimange, 17.Eddie Andrews, 18.Geo Cronje, 19.Gerrie Britz, 20.Bolla Conradie, 21.Henno Mentz, 22.Gaffie du Toit
Wales: 15.Gavin Henson, 14.Hal Luscombe, 13.Sonny Parker, 12.Tom Shanklin, 11.Shane Williams, 10.Nick Robinson, 9.Dwayne Peel, 8.Alix Popham, 7.Colin Charvis (capt.), 6.Dafydd Jones, 5.Gareth Llewellyn, 4.Deiniol Jones, 3.Adam R. Jones, 2.Mefin Davies, 1.Gethin Jenkins, – replacements: 16.Huw Bennett, 17.Duncan Jones, 18.Darren Morris, 19.Jonathan Thomas, 21.Ceri SweeneyNo entry: 20.Mike Phillips, 22.Rhys Williams


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