2005 Italy rugby union tour

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2005 Italy tour in Argentina and Australia
Type P W D L
Total: 4 2 0 2
Test match: 3 1 0 2
Opp. P W D L
 Argentina 2 1 0 1
 Australia 1 0 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

The 2005 Italy rugby union tour of Argentina and South Africa was a series of matches played in June_ 2005 in Argentina and Australia by Italy national rugby union team.

Italy obtain his first victory in test-match played in Argentina against the Pumas. It was the only victory of a Northern hemisphere team in a test match during the 2005 mid-year rugby union tests

Results[edit]

4 June 2005
Argentina  XV 14–32  Italy XV
Try: Vergallo
Pen: Graco 3
Try: Robertson 2, mannato
Sole
Con: Orquera 3
Pen: Orquera, Marcato

[1]

11 June 2005
Argentina  35–21  Italy
Try: Arbizu, Todeschini
Con: Todeschini 2
Pen: Todeschini 7
Pen: Peens 6
Drop: Griffen
Estadio Martearena, Salta
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Tappe Henning South Africa

Argentina: 15.Bernardo Stortoni, 14.Jose Nunez Piossek, 13.Lisandro Arbizu, 12.Felipe Contepomi Temporarily suspended, 11.Hernan Senillosa, 10.Federico Todeschini, 9.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 8.Gonzalo Longo (capt), 7.Juan Manuel Leguizamon, 6.Martin Schusterman, 5.Pablo Bouza, 4.Patricio Albacete, 3.Omar Hasan Jalil, 2.Mario Ledesma, 1.Marcos Ayerza, – replacements: 17.Pablo Henn, 18.Mariano Sambucetti, 19.Federico Andres Genoud, 19.Federico Andres Genoud, 21.Francisco Leonelli MoreyNo entry : 16.Eusebio Guinazu, 20.Matias Albina, 22.Federico Serra Miras
Italy: 15.Gert Peens, 14.Kaine Robertson, 13.Gonzalo Canale, 12.Andrea Masi, 11.Ludovico Nitoglia, 10.Luciano Orquera, 9.Paul Griffen, 8.Sergio Parisse, 7.Josh Sole, 6.Aaron Persico, 5.Marco Bortolami (capt.), 4.Cristian Bezzi, 3.Carlos Nieto, 2.Andrea Moretti, 1.Andrea Lo Cicero, – replacements: 16.Carlo Festuccia, 17.Martin Castrogiovanni, 18.Antonio Pavanello, 19.Silvio OrlandoNo entry: 20.Nicolas Canavosio, 21.Gabriel Pizarro, 22.Antonio Mannato[2]

18 June 2005
Argentina  29–30  Italy
Try: Bouza, Stortoni
Con: Todeschini 2
Pen: Todeschini 5
Try: Canale, Parisse, Pez
Con: Peens 3
Pen: Peens 3
Chateau Carreras, Córdoba
Referee: Mark Lawrence South Africa

Australia: 15.Bernardo Stortoni, 14.Jose Nunez Piossek, 13.Lisandro Arbizu, 12.Felipe Contepomi, 11.Federico Aramburu, 10.Federico Todeschini, 9.Agustin Pichot (capt), 8.Gonzalo Longo, 7.Juan Manuel Leguizamon Temporarily suspended, 6.Martin Schusterman, 5.Patricio Albacete Temporarily suspended, 4.Pablo Bouza, 3.Omar Hasan Jalil, 2.Mario Ledesma, 1.Rodrigo Roncero, – replacements: 21.Hernan SenillosaNo entry : 16.Eusebio Guinazu, 17.Marcos Ayerza, 18.Mariano Sambucetti, 19.Alejandro Broggi, 20.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 22.Federico Serra Miras
Italy: 15.Gert Peens, 14.Kaine Robertson, 13.Gonzalo Canale, 12.Andrea Masi, 11.Antonio Mannato, 10.Ramiro Pez, 9.Paul Griffen, 8.Sergio Parisse, 7.Mauro Bergamasco, 6.Aaron Persico, 5.Marco Bortolami (capt.) Temporarily suspendedRed card, 4.Santiago Dellape Temporarily suspended, 3.Carlos Nieto, 2.Carlo Festuccia, 1.Andrea Lo CiceroNo entry: 16.Andrea Moretti, 17.Martin Castrogiovanni, 18.Cristian Bezzi, 19.David dal Maso[3][4]

25 June 2005
Australia  69–21  Italy
Try: hisholm, Giteau
Gregan, Lyons
Paul, Rogers
sailor, Tuqiri 4
Con: Giteau 6, Mortlock
Try: Bergamasco, Lo Cicero
Mannato
Con: Peens 3
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Attendance: 26,000
Referee: Daniel Lewis Ireland

Australia: 15.Mat Rogers, 14.Wendell Sailor, 13.Stirling Mortlock, 12.Matt Giteau, 11.Lote Tuqiri, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt), 8.David Lyons, 7.George Smith, 6.Rocky Elsom Temporarily suspended, 5.Nathan Sharpe, 4.Mark Chisholm, 3.Al Baxter, 2.Jeremy Paul, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Stephen Moore, 17.Matt Dunning, 18.Hugh McMeniman, 19.John Roe, 20.Chris Whitaker, 21.Morgan Turinui, 22.Mark Gerrard
Italy: 15.Gert Peens, 14.Antonio Mannato, 13.Gonzalo Canale, 12.Andrea Masi, 11.Kaine Robertson, 10.Ramiro Pez, 9.Paul Griffen, 8.Sergio Parisse, 7.Mauro Bergamasco, 6.David dal Maso, 5.Marco Bortolami (capt.), 4.Cristian Bezzi, 3.Martin Castrogiovanni, 2.Carlo Festuccia, 1.Andrea Lo Cicero, – replacements: 16.Michele Rizzo, 17.Carlos Nieto, 18.Antonio Pavanello, 19.Silvio Orlando, 20.Pablo Canavosio, 21.Cristian ZanolettiNo entry: 22.Walter Pozzebon[5]

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