2003 Heineken Cup Final

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2003 Heineken Cup Final
Event2002–03 Heineken Cup
Date24 May 2003
VenueLansdowne Road, Dublin
RefereeChris White (England)
Tony Spreadbury (England)
Attendance28,600
2002
2004

The 2003 Heineken Cup Final was the final match of the 2002–03 Heineken Cup, the eighth season of Europe's top club rugby union competition. The match was played on 24 May 2003 at Lansdowne Road in Dublin. The match was contested by Toulouse and Perpignan, both of France. Toulouse became the second team to win the competition more than once, winning the match 22–17.[1]

Match details[edit]

24 May 2003
15:00 WEST
Toulouse France 22–17 France Perpignan
Try: Clerc 33' c
Con: Delaigue
Pen: Delaigue (5) 3', 18', 27', 40', 80+1'
Report Try: Bomati 80+4' m
Pen: Edmonds (4) 44', 51', 57', 70'
Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 28,600
Referee: Chris White (England) Substituted off 12'
Tony Spreadbury (England) Substituted in 12'
FB 15 France Clément Poitrenaud
RW 14 France Émile Ntamack
OC 13 France Xavier Garbajosa
IC 12 France Yannick Jauzion
LW 11 France Vincent Clerc
FH 10 France Yann Delaigue
SH 9 France Frédéric Michalak
N8 8 France Christian Labit
OF 7 Ireland Trevor Brennan
BF 6 France Jean Bouilhou
RL 5 France Fabien Pelous (c)
LL 4 France David Gérard
TP 3 France Jean-Baptiste Poux
HK 2 France Yannick Bru
LP 1 France Benoît Lecouls
Substitutions:
HK 16 France William Servat
PR 17 France Cédric Soulette
FL 18 Tonga Finau Maka
LK 19 France Grégory Lamboley
SH 20 France Sylvain Dupuy
WG 21 France Cédric Heymans
CE 22 France Cédric Desbrosse
Coach:
France Guy Novès
FB 15 France Jean-Marc Souverbie
RW 14 France Pascal Bomati
OC 13 France Pascal Giordani
IC 12 France Christophe Manas
LW 11 France Frédéric Cermeno
FH 10 Australia Manuel Edmonds
SH 9 France Ludovic Loustau
N8 8 Canada Phil Murphy
OF 7 France Bernard Goutta (c)
BF 6 France Grégory Le Corvec
RL 5 Argentina Rimas Álvarez-Kairelis
LL 4 France Jérôme Thion
TP 3 France Nicolas Mas
HK 2 France Michel Konieck
LP 1 France Renaud Peillard
Substitutions:
HK 16 France Marc Dal Maso
PR 17 France Stéphane De Besombes
N8 18 France Lionel Mallier
LK 19 France Christophe Porcu
SH 20 France Jacques Basset
FH 21 France Nicolas Laharrague
CE 22 France David Marty
Coach:
France Olivier Saïsset

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Toulouse regain European crown". BBC Sport. 24 May 2003. Retrieved 21 July 2009.