2012 Autumn International Series

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2012 (2012) Autumn International Series  ()
Number of teams 3
Host countries  England
 France
 Wales
Winner  England (1st title)

Matches played 4
Top scorer England Kevin Sinfield - 56 points
Top try scorer England Ryan Hall - 6 tries

The 2012 Autumn International Series is a rugby league tri-series between England, France and Wales.[1]

Teams[edit]

Team Coach Captain RLIF Rank
England England England Steve McNamara Kevin Sinfield 3
France France France Aurelien Cologni Olivier Elima 5
Wales Wales Wales Iestyn Harris Craig Kopczak 6

France vs Wales[edit]

20 October 2012
France  20 – 6  Wales
Tries: Bemba, Stacul, Bosc
Goals: Bosc 4/4
Report Tries: D. James
Goals: Seamark 1/1
Stade Félix Bollaert, Lens
Attendance: 11,278
Man of the Match: Thomas Bosc (France)
France  Positions  Wales
1. Cyril Stacul Fullback 1. David James
5. Clement Soubeyras Winger 2. Rob Massam
3. Vincent Duport Centre 3. Christiaan Roets
4. Kevin Larroyer Centre 4. Michael Channing
14. Mathias Pala Winger 5. Elliot Kear
6. Thomas Bosc Stand Off 6. Danny Jones
7. William Barthau Scrum Half 7. Matt Seamark
8. Olivier Elima Prop 8. Gil Dudson
9. Tony Gigot Hooker 9. Neil Budworth
10. Remi Casty Prop 10. Craig Kopczak
11. Antoni Maria 2nd Row 11. Rhodri Lloyd
12. Sebastien Raguin 2nd Row 12. Ben Evans
13. Gregory Mounis Loose Forward / Lock 13. Ben Flower
17. Eloi Pelissier Interchange 14. Daniel Fleming
15. Mathieu Griffi Interchange 15. Jordan James
16. Jason Baitieri Interchange 16. Rhys Pugsley
19. Romaric Bemba Interchange 17. Craig Moss
Aurelien Cologni Coach Iestyn Harris

Wales vs England[edit]

27 October 2012
Wales  12 – 80  England
Tries: Roets, Fleming
Goals: Seamark 2/2
Tries: Hall (2), Charnley (4), Hardaker (2), Watkins, Ellis, Burrow, Cudjoe (2), Jones-Buchanan
Goals: Sinfield 12/14
Racecourse Stadium, Wrexham
Attendance: 4,014
Referee/s: Theirry Albert
Man of the Match: Kevin Sinfield (England)
Wales Wales Positions England England
1. Craig Moss Fullback 1. Zak Hardaker
2. Elliot Kear Winger 2. Josh Charnley
3. Mike Channing Centre 3. Kallum Watkins
4. Christiaan Roets Centre 4. Leroy Cudjoe
5. David James Winger 5. Ryan Hall
6. Danny Jones Stand Off 6. Kevin Sinfield
7. Matt Seamark Scrum Half 7. Ritchie Myler
8. Jordan James Prop 8. Adrian Morley
9. Neil Budworth Hooker 9. Michael McIlorum
10. Craig Kopczak Prop 10. Chris Hill
11. Rhodri Lloyd 2nd Row 11. Jamie Jones-Buchanan
12. Ben Evans 2nd Row 12. Gareth Ellis
13. Ben Flower Loose Forward 13. Sean O'Loughlin
14. Gill Dudson Interchange 14. Rob Burrow
15. Dan Fleming Interchange 15. Gareth Hock
16. Interchange 16. Carl Ablett
17. Interchange 17. Lee Mossop
Iestyn Harris Coach Steve McNamara

England vs France[edit]

3 November 2012
England  44 – 6  France
Tries: Watkins (3), Briscoe (2), Tomkins (2), Sinfield
Goals: Sinfield 6/8
Tries: Bentley
Goals: Bosc 1/1
MS3 Craven Park, Hull
Referee/s: Shane Rehm
Man of the Match: Gareth Hock (England)
England England Positions France France
1. Sam Tomkins Fullback 1. Cyril Stacul
2. Ryan Hall Winger 2. Damien Cardace
3. Kallum Watkins Centre 3. Mathias Pala
4. Leroy Cudjoe Centre 4. Vincent Duport
5. Tom Briscoe Winger 5. Clement Soubeyras
6. Kevin Sinfield Stand Off 6. Thomas Bosc
7. Richie Myler Scrum Half 7. William Barthau
8. Lee Mossop Prop 8. Olivier Elima
9. Michael McIlorum Hooker 9. Kane Bentley
10. Chris Hill Prop 10. Remi Casty
11. Gareth Ellis 2nd Row 11. Kevin Larroyer
12. Gareth Hock 2nd Row 12. Jason Baitieri
13. Jamie Jones-Buchanan Loose Forward 13. Gregory Mounis
14. Rob Burrow Interchange 14. Eloi Pelissier
15. Adrian Morley Interchange 15. Mathieu Griffi
16. Carl Ablett Interchange 16. Romaric Bemba
17. Ben Harrison Interchange 17. Michael Simon
Steve McNamara Coach Aurelien Cologni

Final[edit]

11 November 2012
England  48 – 4  France
Tries: Hall (4), Tomkins (2), Charnley, Burrow
Goals: Sinfield 8/8
Tries: Pala
Goals: Bosc 0/1
Salford City Stadium, Salford
Man of the Match: Ryan Hall (England)
England England Positions France France
1. Sam Tomkins Fullback 1. Clement Soubeyras
2. Josh Charnley Winger 2. Teddy Sadaoui
3. Kallum Watkins Centre 3. Kevin Larroyer
4. Leroy Cudjoe Centre 4. Vincent Duport
5. Ryan Hall Winger 5. Mathias Pala
6. Kevin Sinfield Stand Off 6. Thomas Bosc
7. Rangi Chase Scrum Half 7. William Barthau
8. Lee Mossop Prop 8. Jamal Fakir
9. Michael McIlorum Hooker 9. Kane Bentley
10. Chris Hill Prop 10. Remi Casty
11. Jamie Jones-Buchanan 2nd Row 11. Olivier Elima
12. Gareth Ellis 2nd Row 12. Sebastien Raguin
13. Sean O'Loughlin Loose Forward 13. Jason Baitieri
14. Rob Burrow Interchange 14. Romaric Bemba
15. Carl Ablett Interchange 15. Tony Gigot
16. Gareth Hock Interchange 16. Julian Bousquet
17. Adrian Morley Interchange 17. Mathieu Griffi
Steve McNamara Coach Aurelien Cologni

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