2002 France rugby union tour of Argentina and Australia

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2002 France rugby union tour of Argentina and Australia
Summary
P W D L
Total
05 00 00 05
Test match
03 00 00 03
Opponent
P W D L
 Argentina
1 0 0 1
 Australia
2 0 0 2
Tour chronology
Previous tourSouth Africa & New Zealand 2001
Next tourArgentina & New Zealand 2003

Matches[edit]

15 June 2002
 Argentina 28–27  France
Try: Cullen, Hewett
Kelleher, Lomu
McDonnell, Meeuws
Ralph 3
Try: Bortolami
Con: Peens
Pen: Peens
José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Peter Marshall Australia

Argentina: 15.Ignacio Corleto, 14.Gonzalo Camardon, 13.Jose Orengo, 12.Lisandro Arbizu (capt.), 11.Diego Albanese, 10.Felipe Contepomi, 9.Agustin Pichot, 8.Gonzalo Longo, 7.Rolando Martin, 6.Santiago Phelan, 5.Rimas Alvarez Kairelis, 4.Ignacio Fernadez Lobbe, 3.Omar Hasan Jalil, 2.Federico Méndez, 1.Mauricio Reggiardo, – replacements: Gonzalo Quesada, Roberto Grau, Mario Ledesma, Martin DurandNo entry : 20.Lucas Ostiglia, 21.Nicolas Fernandez Miranda, 22.Jose Nunez Piossek
France: 15.Nicolas Brusque, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Tony Marsh, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Nicolas Jeanjean, 10.Gerald Merceron, 9.Pierre Mignoni, 8.Christian Labit, 7.Olivier Magne, 6.Serge Betsen, 5.Olivier Brouzet, 4.Fabien Pelous, 3.Jean-Baptiste Poux, 2.Raphael Ibanez (capt.), 1.Jean-Jacques Crenca, – replacements: Christophe Porcu, Sebastien Chabal, Sylvain Marconnet, Olivier Azam, Frederic Michalak, Francois Gelez, Yannick JauzionNo entry: Frederic Michalak, Francois Gelez, Yannick Jauzion

18 June 2002
 Australia A 32–31  France XV
Adelaide OvalAdelaide
22 June 2002
 Australia 29–17  France
Try: Larkham, Latham
Con: Burke 2
Pen: Burke 5
Try: Poux
Pen: Gelez 3, Traille
Docklands, Melbourne
Attendance: 37,482
Referee: Chris White England

Australia: 15.Chris Latham, 14.Wendell Sailor, 13.Matt Burke, 12.Dan Herbert, 11.Stirling Mortlock, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt.), 8.Toutai Kefu, 7.George Smith, 6.Owen Finegan, 5.Justin Harrison, 4.Nathan Sharpe, 3.Patricio Noriega, 2.Jeremy Paul, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Brendan Cannon, 17.Rod Moore, 18.Matt Cockbain, 19.David Lyons, 21.Elton Flatley, 22.Mat RogersNo entry : 20.Chris Whitaker
France: 15.Pepito Elhorga, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Tony Marsh, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Nicolas Jeanjean, 10.Francois Gelez, 9.Frederic Michalak, 8.Imanol Harinordoquy, 7.Olivier Magne, 6.Serge Betsen, 5.Christophe Porcu, 4.Fabien Pelous (capt.), 3.Sylvain Marconnet, 2.Olivier Azam, 1.Arnaud Martinez, – replacements: 16.Raphael Ibanez, 17.Jean-Baptiste Poux, 18.Olivier Brouzet, 19.Christian Labit, 22.Yannick JauzionNo entry: 20.Pierre Mignoni, 21.Gerald Merceron

26 June 2002
 Australia A 37–34  France XV
Gosford
29 June 2002
 Australia 31–25  France
Try: Burke, Herbert
Mortlock 2
Con: Mortlock
Pen: Burke, Mortlock
Drop: Gregan
Try: Marconnet, Rougerie 2
Con: Merceron 2
Pen: Merceron 2

Australia: 15.Chris Latham, 14.Wendell Sailor, 13.Matt Burke, 12.Dan Herbert, 11.Stirling Mortlock, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt.), 8.David Lyons, 7.George Smith, 6.Owen Finegan Temporarily suspended, 5.Justin Harrison, 4.Nathan Sharpe, 3.Patricio Noriega, 2.Brendan Cannon, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Sean Hardman, 17.Rod Moore, 18.Dan Vickerman, 19.Matt Cockbain, 21.Elton Flatley, 22.Mat RogersNo entry : 20.Chris Whitaker
France: 15.Nicolas Brusque, 14.Aurelien Rougerie, 13.Tony Marsh, 12.Damien Traille, 11.Pepito Elhorga, 10.Gerald Merceron, 9.Frederic Michalak, 8.Imanol Harinordoquy, 7.Sebastien Chabal, 6.Serge Betsen, 5.Olivier Brouzet, 4.Fabien Pelous, 3.Sylvain Marconnet, 2.Raphael Ibanez (capt.), 1.Jean-Jacques Crenca, – replacements: 17.Jean-Baptiste Poux, 18.Christophe Porcu, 19.Olivier Magne, 20.Pierre Mignoni, 21.Yannick Jauzion, 22.Cedric HeymansNo entry: 16.Olivier Azam

Touring party[edit]

  • Manager:
  • Assistant Manager:
  • Captain:

Full backs[edit]

Three-quarters[edit]

Half-backs[edit]

Forwards[edit]

References[edit]

  • "Argentina (6) 28 – 27 (6) France (FT)". ESPN Scrum. 15 June 2002. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
  • Kitson, Robert (17 June 2002). "Argentina 28 – 27 France". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
  • "Australia v France at Melbourne, Jun 22, 2002". ESPN Scrum. 22 June 2002. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
  • Palmer, Martin (24 June 2004). "Australia 29 – 17 France". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
  • "Australia v France at Sydney, Jun 29, 2002". ESPN Scrum. 29 June 2002. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
  • Linden, Julian (30 June 2004). "Australia 31 – 25 France". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 15 May 2013.