2005 Canada rugby union tour of France and Romania

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2005 Canada tour in France and Romania
Type P W D L
Total: 2 0 0 2
Test match: 2 0 0 2
Opp. P W D L
 France 1 0 0 1
 Romania 1 0 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2005 Canada rugby union tour of France and Romania was a series of matches played in November 2005 in France and Romania by Canada national rugby union team.

Results[edit]

Against France[1][2][edit]

12 November 2005
France  50–6  Canada
Try: Bonnaire 2, Bruno
Castaignede, Marty
Michalak, Mignoni
Con: Yachvili 2
Pen: Yachvili 2
Pen: Daypuck 2
Stade Marcel Saupin, Nantes
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Bryce Lawrence New Zealand

France: 15.Thomas Castaignede, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.David Marty, 12.Yannick Jauzion, 11.Cedric Heymans, 10.Frederic Michalak, 9.Dimitri Yachvili, 8.Thomas Lievremont, 7.Remy Martin, 6.Julien Bonnaire, 5.Jerome Thion (capt), 4.Lionel Nallet, 3.Pieter de Villiers, 2.Sebastien Bruno, 1.Sylvain Marconnet, – replacements: 16.Raphael Ibanez, 17.Olivier Milloud, 18.Gregory Lamboley, 19.Yannick Nyanga, 20.Pierre Mignoni, 22.Julien LaharragueNo entry : 21.Yann Delaigue
Canada: 15.Derek Daypuck, 14.Mike Pyke, 13.Ryan Smith, 12.John Cannon, 11.Brodie Henderson, 10.Ed Fairhurst, 9.Morgan Williams (capt), 8.Aaron Carpenter, 7.Stan McKeen, 6.Mike Webb, 5.Jamie Cudmore, 4.Mike James, 3.Garth Cooke, 2.Aaron Abrams, 1.Kevin Tkachuk, – replacements: 16.Mark Lawson, 17.Casey Dunning, 18.Forrest Gainer, 19.Mike Burak, 20.Adam Kleeberger, 21.Matt Weingart, 22.Ryan McWhinney

The test against Romania[3][edit]

19 November 2005
Romania  22–20  Canada
Try: Fercu Manta
1 Penalty try
Con: Vlad 2
Pen: Dimofte
Try: Henderson, Williams
Con: Pyke 2
Pen: Pyke 2
Arcul de Triumf, Bucharest
Referee: D.Mene France

Romania: 15.Catalin Fercu, 14.Gabriel Brezoianu, 13.Valentin Maftei, 12.Romeo Gontineac, 11.Ion Teodorescu, 10.Ionut Dimofte, 9.Lucian Sirbu, 8.Ovidiu Tonita, 7.Alex Manta, 6.Florin Corodeanu, 5.Sorin Socol (capt), 4.Cristian Petre, 3.Petrisor Toderasc, 2.Marius Tincu, 1.Petru Balan, – replacements: 16.Marcel Socaciu, 17.Cezar Popescu, 18.Valentin Ursache, 19.Cosmin Ratiu, 20.Dan Vlad, 21.Dan Dumbrava
Canada: 15.Mike Pyke, 14.Ryan Stewart, 13.Ryan Smith, 12.Ryan McWhinney, 11.Brodie Henderson, 10.Dave Spicer, 9.Morgan Williams (capt.), 8.Aaron CarpenterTemporarily suspended, 7.Stan McKeen, 6.Josh Jackson, 5.Scott Hunter, 4.Mike Burak, 3.Garth Cooke, 2.Mark Lawson, 1.Kevin Tkachuk, – replacements: 16.Aaron Abrams, 17.Casey Dunning, 18.Forrest Gainer, 19.Adam Kleeberger, 21.Dean van CampNo entry: 20.Matt Weingart, 22.Derek Daypuck

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "France Canada" (in French). www.ffr.fr. 12 November 2005. Retrieved 11 June 2005. 
  2. ^ "Rugby : la France écrase le Canada 50–6" (in French). le Monde. 12 November 2005. Retrieved 11 June 2005. 
  3. ^ "Rugby: Romania's late try sinks Canada". TSN.ca. 19 November 2005. Retrieved 11 June 2005.