2000 England rugby union tour of South Africa

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2000 England tour in South Africa
Type P W D L
Total: 5 4 0 1
Test match: 2 1 0 1
Opp. P W D L
 South Africa 2 1 0 1
Statistics against Test match opponents

Matches[edit]

Scores and results list England's points tally first.
Opposing Team For Against Date Venue Status Report
North West Leopards 52 22 13 June 2000 Olën Park, Potchefstroom Tour Match BBC Sport
South Africa 13 18 17 June 2000 Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria First Test BBC Sport
Nashua Griquas 55 16 20 June 2000 ASBA Park, Kimberley Tour Match BBC Sport
South Africa 27 22 24 June 2000 Vodacom Park, Bloemfontein Second Test BBC Sport
Gauteng Falcons 36 27 28 June 2000 Bosman Stadium, Brakpan Tour Match BBC Sport

Touring party[edit]

Full back[edit]

Matt Perry (Bath Rugby), Tim Stimpson (Leicester Tigers), Rob Thirlby (Bath Rugby).

Three-quarters[edit]

Liam Botham (Newcastle Falcons), Mike Catt (Bath Rugby), Ben Cohen (Northampton Saints), Will Greenwood (Leicester Tigers), Steve Hanley (Sale), Austin Healey (Leicester Tigers), Ben Johnston (Saracens), Josh Lewsey (London Wasps), Leon Lloyd (Leicester Tigers), Dan Luger (Saracens), Mike Tindall (Bath Rugby).

Half-backs[edit]

Scott Benton (Leeds), Kyran Bracken (Saracens), Ali Hepher (Northampton Saints), Nick Walshe (Saracens), Jonny Wilkinson (Newcastle Falcons), Martyn Wood (Saracens).

Forwards[edit]

Neil Back (Leicester Tigers), Steve Borthwick (Bath Rugby), Ben Clarke (Bath Rugby), Martin Corry (Leicester Tigers), Lawrence Dallaglio (London Wasps), David Flatman (Saracens), Darren Garforth (Leicester Tigers), Will Green (London Wasps), Phil Greening (London Wasps), Danny Grewcock (Saracens), Martin Johnson (Leicester Tigers), Richard Hill (Saracens), Jason Leonard (Harlequins), Andy Long (Bath Rugby), Mark Regan (Bath Rugby), Graham Rowntree (Leicester Tigers), Simon Shaw (London Wasps), Andrew Sheridan (Bristol Rugby), Paul Volley (London Wasps), Julian White (Saracens), Roy Winters (Bedford Blues), Trevor Woodman[1] (Gloucester Rugby), Joe Worsley (London Wasps).

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Note: Woodman returned home due to injury with Rowntree replacing him.