2002 England rugby union tour of Argentina

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2002 England rugby union tour of Argentina
Coach(es) Clive Woodward
Tour captain(s) Martin Johnson
Summary
P W D L
Total
2 1 0 1
Test match
1 1 0 0
Opponent
P W D L
 Argentina
1 1 0 0

The 2002 England rugby union tour of Argentina was a series of matches played in June 2002 in Argentina by England national rugby union team.

Matches[edit]

17 June 2002
Argentina Argentina XV 29–24  England XV
Try: Bouza
Giannantonio
Con: Quesada 2
Pen: Fernandez Miranda
Quesada 3
Drop: Quesada
Try: Cueto
Morris
Walder
Con: Walder 3
Pen: Walder
B.A.C.R., Buenos Aires

Argentina A: 15. Bernardo Stortonoi, 14. Hernán Senillosa, 13. Diego Giannantonio, 12. Eduardo Simone, 11. Facundo Soler, 10. Gonzalo Quesada, 9. Nicolás Fernández Miranda (capt.), 8. Pablo Bouza, 7. Lucas Ostiglia, 6. Martín Durand, 5. Mariano Sambucetti, 4. Pedro Sporleder, 3. Julio García, 2. Mario Ledesma, 1. Roberto Grau, – replacements: Juan José Villar, Martín Scelzo, Miguel Ruiz, Alfonso Amuchastegui, Juan Fernández Miranda, José Núñez Piossek., 22. Diego Giannantonio
England XV: 15. Tom Beim, 14. David Rees, 13. Tom May, 12. Kevin Sorrell, 11. Mark Cueto, 10. Dave Walder, 9. Nick Walshe, 8. Declan Danaher, 7. Pete Anglesea, 6. Adam Balding, 5. Hugh Vyvyan (capt.), 4. Rob Fidler, 3. Robbie Morris, 2. Mark Regan, 1. Trevor Woodman, – replacements:, 22. Kevin Sorrell

22 June 2002
 Argentina 18–26  England
Pen: Quesada 6
Try: Christophers, Kay
Con: Hodgson 2
Pen: Hodgson 3, Stimpson
Estadio J. Amalfitani, Buenos Aires
Referee: A. Rolland Republic of Ireland

Argentina: 15. Ignacio Corleto, 14. Gonzalo Camardon, 13. Jose Orengo, 12. Felipe Contepomi, 11. Diego Albanese, 10. Gonzalo Quesada, 9. Agustin Pichot (capt.), 8. Gonzalo Longo, 7. Rolando Martin, 6. Santiago Phelan, 5. Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe, 4. Rimas Alvarez Kairelis, 3. Omar Hasan Jalil, 2. Federico Mendez Azpillaga, 1. Mauricio Reggiardo, – replacements: 16. Mario Ledesma, 17. Lucas Ostiglia, 18. Jose Nunez Piossek, 19. Martin Durand, 20. Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 21. Roberto Grau, 22. Diego Giannantonio
England: 15. Michael Horak, 14. Tim Stimpson, 13. Geoff Appleford, 12. Ben Johnston, 11. Phil Christophers, 10. Charlie Hodgson, 9. Andy Gomarsall, 8. Joe Worsley, 7. Lewis Moody, 6. Alex Sanderson, 5. Ben Kay, 4. Alex Codling, 3. Phil Vickery (capt.), 2. Steve Thompson, 1. David Flatman, – replacements: 16. Mark Regan, 17. Trevor Woodman, 18. Hugh Vyvyan, 19. Adam Balding, 20. Nick Walshe, 21. Dave Walder, 22. Kevin Sorrell

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