2003 Rugby World Cup squads

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This article lists the official squads for the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia.

Pool A[edit]

 Australia[edit]

Head Coach: Australia Eddie Jones

Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.

Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Matt Burke Fullback 26 March 1973 Australia NSW Waratahs
Chris Latham Fly-half 8 September 1975 Australia QLD Reds
Matt Giteau Centre 29 september 1982 Australia ACT Brumbies
Nathan Grey Centre 31 March 1975 Australia NSW Waratahs
Stirling Mortlock Centre 20 May 1977 Australia ACT Brumbies
Mat Rogers Wing 1 February 1976 Australia NSW Waratahs
Morgan Turinui Wing 5 January 1982 Australia NSW Waratahs
Joe Roff Wing 20 September 1975 Australia ACT Brumbies
Wendell Sailor Wing 16 July 1974 Australia QLD Reds
Lote Tuqiri Wing 26 September 1979 Australia NSW Waratahs
Elton Flatley Fly-half 7 May 1977 Australia QLD Reds
Stephen Larkham Fly-half 29 May 1974 Australia ACT Brumbies
George Gregan (c) Scrum-half 19 April 1973 Australia ACT Brumbies
Chris Whitaker Scrum-half 19 October 1974 Australia NSW Waratahs
Al Baxter Prop 21 January 1977 Australia NSW Waratahs
Ben Darwin Prop 17 October 1976 Australia ACT Brumbies
Bill Young Prop 4 March 1974 Australia ACT Brumbies
Brendan Cannon Hooker 5 April 1973 Australia NSW Waratahs
Jeremy Paul Hooker 14 March 1977 Australia ACT Brumbies
David Giffin Lock 6 November 1973 Australia ACT Brumbies
Justin Harrison Lock 20 April 1974 Australia ACT Brumbies
Nathan Sharpe Lock 26 February 1978 Australia QLD Reds
Daniel Vickerman Lock 4 June 1979 Australia ACT Brumbies
Matt Cockbain Flanker 19 September 1972 Australia QLD Reds
David Croft Flanker 22 February 1979 Australia QLD Reds
George Smith Flanker 14 July 1980 Australia QLD Reds
Phil Waugh (vc) Flanker 22 September 1979 Australia NSW Waratahs
David Lyons Number 8 15 June 1980 Australia NSW Waratahs
John Roe Number 8 10 April 1977 Australia QLD Reds

 Ireland[edit]

Head Coach: Eddie O'Sullivan

  1. Tyrone Howe
  2. Girvan Dempsey
  3. Paddy Wallace
  4. Kevin Maggs
  5. Brian O'Driscoll
  6. Anthony Horgan
  7. Shane Horgan
  8. John Kelly
  9. David Humphreys
  10. Ronan O'Gara
  11. Neil Doak
  12. Guy Easterby
  13. Peter Stringer
  14. Simon Best
  15. Reggie Corrigan
  16. John Hayes
  17. Marcus Horan
  18. David Wallace
  19. Shane Byrne
  20. Frankie Sheahan
  21. Keith Wood
  22. Gary Longwell
  23. Donncha O'Callaghan
  24. Paul O'Connell
  25. Malcolm O'Kelly
  26. Victor Costello
  27. Simon Easterby
  28. Keith Gleeson
  29. Anthony Foley
  30. Alan Quinlan
  31. Eric Miller

 Argentina[edit]

Head Coach: Marcelo Loffreda

  1. Ignacio Corleto (Stade Français)
  2. Manuel Contepomi (Club Newman)
  3. Martin Gaitan (Biarritz)
  4. José Orengo (Grenoble)
  5. Diego Albanese (Leeds)
  6. José María Nuñez Piossek (Huirapuca)
  7. Hernan Senillosa (Hindu Club)
  8. Felipe Contepomi (Leinster)
  9. Juan Fernandez Miranda (Hindu Club)
  10. Juan Martín Hernández (Deportiva Francesa)
  11. Gonzalo Quesada (Béziers)
  12. Nicolas Fernandez Miranda (Hindu Club)
  13. Agustín Pichot (C) (Stade Français)
  14. Roberto Grau (Liceo)
  15. Omar Hasan (Agen)
  16. Mauricio Reggiardo (Castres)
  17. Rodrigo Roncero (Gloucester)
  18. Martin Scelzo (Narbonne)
  19. Mario Ledesma (Castres)
  20. Federico Mendez (Mendoza RC)
  21. Patricio Albacete (Colombiers)
  22. Rimas Alvarez (Perpignan)
  23. Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe (Castres)
  24. Pedro Sporleder (Curupayti)
  25. Pablo Bouza (Duendes)
  26. Martin Durand (Champagnat)
  27. Rolando Martin (San Isidro Club)
  28. Lucas Ostiglia (Hindu Club)
  29. Santiago Phelan (CASI)
  30. Gonzalo Longo (Narbonne)

 Romania[edit]

Head Coach: France Bernard Charreyre

Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Dănuț Dumbravă Fullback 6 August 1981 Romania Steaua București
Valentin Maftei Fullback 26 September 1974 France Valence
Romeo Gontineac (C) Centre 18 December 1973 France Aurillac
Gabriel Brezoianu Centre 18 January 1977 France Bègles-Bordeaux
Vasile Ghioc Wing 28 February 1978 Romania Dinamo București
Cătălin Nicolae Wing 22 July 1980 Romania Steaua București
Ion Teodorescu Wing 27 July 1976 Romania Farul Constanța
Bogdan Voicu Wing 16 December 1981 Romania Universitatea Cluj
Cristian Săuan Wing 18 March 1974 Italy Rovigo
Ionuț Tofan Fly-half 8 March 1977 France Racing Paris
Iulian Andrei Scrum-half 28 July 1974 Romania Steaua București
Cristian Podea Scrum-half 22 February 1979 Romania Universitatea Cluj
Lucian Sîrbu Scrum-half 16 October 1976 France Racing Paris
Marius Niculai Number 8 20 April 1979 France Lavelanet
Paulică Ion Prop 10 January 1983 Romania Steaua București
Cezar Popescu Prop 29 December 1976 Romania Steaua București
Marcel Socaciu Prop 23 April 1972 Italy Rovigo
Petrișor Toderașc Prop 15 July 1980 Romania Farul Constanța
Petru Bălan Prop 12 July 1976 France Biarritz
Silviu Florea Prop 19 April 1977 Romania Steaua București
Răzvan Mavrodin Hooker 29 October 1973 France Tarbes Pyrenées
Marius Tincu Hooker 7 April 1978 France Pau
Marius Pantelimon Lock 27 February 1979 Romania Farul Constanța
Cristian Petre Lock 22 March 1979 France Racing Paris
Bogdan Tudor Lock 29 November 1976 France Valence
Augustin Petrechei Lock 4 August 1980 France Bourgoin-Jallieu
Sorin Socol Lock 30 November 1977 France Brive
George Chiriac Flanker 30 October 1979 Romania Farul Constanța
Florin Corodeanu Flanker 26 March 1977 France Grenoble
Cornel Tatu Flanker 12 July 1983 Romania Steaua București
Ovidiu Tonița Flanker 6 August 1980 France Biarritz
Alexandru Tudori Flanker 11 October 1977 Romania Dinamo București

 Namibia[edit]

Head Coach: New Zealand David Waterston

  1. Deon Grunschloss
  2. Jurie Booysen
  3. Vincent Dreyer
  4. Du Preez Grobler
  5. Corne Powell
  6. Deon Mouton
  7. Melrick Africa
  8. Morne Schreuder
  9. Rudi van Vuuren
  10. Emile Wessels
  11. Hakkies Husselman
  12. Regardt Kruger
  13. Ronaldo Pedro
  14. Neil Swanepoel
  15. Andries Blaauw
  16. Neil du Toit
  17. Johan Jenkins
  18. Kees Lensing
  19. Phillipus Isaacs
  20. Johannes Meyer
  21. Cor Van Tonder
  22. Archie Graham
  23. Eben Isaacs
  24. Heino Senekal
  25. Shaun van Rooi
  26. Wolfie Duvenhage
  27. Herman Lintvelt
  28. Schalk van der Merwe
  29. Sean Furter
  30. Jurgens van Lill

Pool B[edit]

 France[edit]

Head Coach: Bernard Laporte

  1. Jean-Jacques Crenca
  2. Raphaël Ibañez
  3. Sylvain Marconnet
  4. Fabien Pelous
  5. Jérôme Thion
  6. Serge Betsen
  7. Olivier Magne
  8. Imanol Harinordoquy
  9. Fabien Galthié
  10. Frédéric Michalak
  11. Christophe Dominici
  12. Yannick Jauzion
  13. Tony Marsh
  14. Aurélien Rougerie
  15. Dimitri Yachvili
  16. Yannick Bru
  17. Olivier Brouzet
  18. Olivier Milloud
  19. Gérald Merceron
  20. Damien Traille
  21. Brian Liebenberg
  22. David Auradou
  23. Clément Poitrenaud
  24. Sébastien Chabal
  25. Xavier Garbajosa
  26. Jean-Baptiste Poux
  27. Christian Labit
  28. Nicolas Brusque
  29. Patrick Tabacco
  30. Pépito Elhorga

 Scotland[edit]

Head Coach: Ian McGeechan

  1. Cameron Mather
  2. Glenn Metcalfe
  3. Andy Craig
  4. Andrew Henderson
  5. Ben Hinshelwood
  6. James McLaren
  7. Simon Danielli
  8. Kenny Logan
  9. Chris Paterson
  10. Nikki Walker
  11. Gordon Ross
  12. Gregor Townsend
  13. Graeme Beveridge
  14. Michael Blair
  15. Bryan Redpath
  16. Bruce Douglas
  17. Allan Jacobsen
  18. Gordon McIlwham
  19. Tom Smith
  20. Gordon Bulloch
  21. Dougie Hall
  22. Robbie Russell
  23. Stuart Grimes
  24. Nathan Hines
  25. Scott Murray
  26. Martin Leslie
  27. Jason White
  28. Ross Beattie
  29. Jon Petrie
  30. Simon Taylor

 Fiji[edit]

Head Coach: Mac McCallion

  1. Alifereti Doviverata (Yamaha)
  2. Bill Gadolo (Nadroga)
  3. Kele Leawere (Nadroga)
  4. Emori Katalau (Llanelli)
  5. Sisa Koyamaibole (Toyota Industries)
  6. Vula Maimuri (North Harbour)
  7. Alfie Mocelutu (Derry RFC)
  8. Apenisa Naevo (Counties Manukau)
  9. Richard Nyholt (Queensland University)
  10. Isaia Rasila (Nadroga)
  11. Ifereimi Rawaqa (Lautoka)
  12. Kitione Salawa (Nadi)
  13. Nacanieli Seru (Suva)
  14. Koli Sewabu (Yamaha)
  15. Greg Smith (Waikato) (C)
  16. Seta Tawake (Suva)
  17. Joeli Veitayaki (King Country)
  18. Rupeni Caucaunibuca (Blues)
  19. Vilimoni Delasau (Mont-de-Marsan)
  20. Norman Ligairi (Harlequins)
  21. Nicky Little (Sale Sharks)
  22. Samisoni Rabaka (Nadi)
  23. Seru Rabeni (Otago)
  24. Mosese Rauluni (Brisbane Easts)
  25. Saimoni Rokini (Naitasiri)
  26. Epeli Ruivadra (Tailevu)
  27. Waisale Serevi (Mont-de-Marsan)
  28. Aisea Tuilevu (North Harbour)
  29. Alfred Uluinayau (Suntory)
  30. Marika Vunibaka (Canterbury)
  31. Isa Nacewa (Auckland)

 United States[edit]

Head Coach: Tom Billups

  1. John Buchholz (Olympic Club)
  2. Paul Emerick (Chicago Lions)
  3. Link Wilfley
  4. Kain Cross (Santa Monica)
  5. Philip Eloff (Chicago Lions)
  6. Jason Keyter (Rotherham)
  7. Salesi Sika (Brigham Youth University)
  8. David Fee (Chicago Lions)
  9. Mose Timoteo (Golden Gate)
  10. Riaan van Zyl (Old Puget Sound Beach)
  11. Mike Hercus (Belmont Shore)
  12. Matt Sherman (University of California)
  13. Kevin Dalzell (OMBAC)
  14. Kimball Kjar (Brigham Youth University)
  15. Daniel Dorsey
  16. Richard Liddington (Exeter)
  17. Mike MacDonald (University of California)
  18. John Tarpoff (OMBAC)
  19. Jacob Waasdorp (Trinity College)
  20. Kirk Khasigian (Belmont Shore)
  21. Matthew Wyatt (OMBAC)
  22. Luke Gross (Rotherham)
  23. Gerhard Klerck (Gentlemen of Aspen)
  24. Alec Parker (Gentlemen of Aspen)
  25. Todd Clever (University of Nevada)
  26. Oloseti Fifita (Hayward Griffins)
  27. Jurie Gouws (Santa Monica)
  28. Dave Hodges (Llanelli) (C)
  29. Kort Schubert (Olympic Club)
  30. Dan Lyle (Leicester Tigers)

 Japan[edit]

Head Coach: Shogo Mukai

  1. Tsutomu Matsuda (Toshiba)
  2. Takashi Yoshida (Suntory)
  3. George Konia (NEC)
  4. Yukio Motoki (Kobe Steel)
  5. Hideki Nanba (Toyota)
  6. Reuben Parkinson (Sanix)
  7. Junichi Hojo (Suntory)
  8. Toru Kurihara (Suntory)
  9. Daisuke Ohata (Kobe Steel)
  10. Hirotoki Onozawa (Suntory)
  11. Keiji Hirose (Toyota)
  12. Andrew Miller (Kobe Steel)
  13. Yuji Sonoda (Kobe Steel)
  14. Takashi Tsuji (NEC)
  15. Shin Hasegawa (Suntory)
  16. Masahiko Toyoyama (Toyota)
  17. Masahito Yamamoto (Toyota)
  18. Ryō Yamamura (Kanto Gakuin University)
  19. Masao Amino (NEC)
  20. Masaaki Sakata (Suntory)
  21. Takahiro Hayano (Suntory)
  22. Hajime Kiso (Yamaha)
  23. Koichi Kubo (Yamaha)
  24. Adam Parker (Toshiba)
  25. Ryota Asano (NEC)
  26. Takuro Miuchi (NEC)
  27. Naoya Okubo (Suntory)
  28. Hiroyuki Tanuma (Suntory)
  29. Yasunori Watanabe (Toshiba)
  30. Takeomi Ito (Kobe Steel)
  31. Yuya Saito (Colomiers)

Pool C[edit]

 England[edit]

Head Coach: Clive Woodward

Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Iain Balshaw Fullback 14 April 1979 16 England Bath
Josh Lewsey Fullback 30 November 1976 13 England Wasps
Jason Robinson Fullback 30 July 1974 21 England Sale Sharks
Stuart Abbott Centre 3 June 1978 2 England Wasps
Will Greenwood Centre 20 October 1972 41 England Harlequins
Mike Tindall Centre 18 October 1978 27 England Bath
Ben Cohen Wing 14 September 1978 57 England Northampton
Dan Luger Wing 11 January 1975 France Perpignan
Mike Catt Fly-half 17 September 1971 England Bath
Paul Grayson Fly-half 30 May 1971 England Northampton
Jonny Wilkinson Fly-half 25 May 1979 England Newcastle
Kyran Bracken Scrum-half 22 November 1971 England Saracens
Matt Dawson Scrum-half 31 October 1972 England Northampton
Andy Gomarsall Scrum-half 24 July 1974 England Gloucester
Jason Leonard Prop 14 August 1968 England Harlequins
Danny Grewcock Lock 7 November 1972 England Bath
Simon Shaw (injury replacement) Lock 1 September 1973 England Wasps
Phil Vickery Prop 14 March 1976 England Gloucester
Julian White Prop 14 May 1973 England Leicester Tigers
Trevor Woodman Prop 4 August 1976 England Gloucester
Mark Regan Hooker 28 January 1972 England Leeds Carnegie
Steve Thompson Hooker 15 July 1978 England Northampton
Dorian West Hooker 5 October 1967 England Leicester Tigers
Martin Johnson (c) Lock 9 March 1970 England Leicester Tigers
Ben Kay Lock 14 December 1975 England Leicester Tigers
Neil Back Flanker 16 January 1969 England Leicester Tigers
Martin Corry N8 12 October 1973 England Leicester Tigers
Richard Hill Flanker 23 May 1973 England Saracens
Lewis Moody Flanker 12 June 1978 England Leicester Tigers
Lawrence Dallaglio N8 10 August 1972 England Wasps
Joe Worsley Flanker 14 June 1977 England Wasps

 South Africa[edit]

Head Coach: Rudolf Straeuli

  1. Thinus Delport (Falcons)
  2. Werner Greeff (Western Province)
  3. Ricardo Loubscher
  4. Jaco van der Westhuyzen
  5. De Wet Barry (Western Province)
  6. Jaque Fourie (Lions)
  7. Jorrie Muller (Lions)
  8. Breyton Paulse (Western Province)
  9. Stefan Terblanche (Sharks)
  10. Ashwin Willemse (Lions)
  11. Derick Hougaard (Bulls)
  12. Louis Koen (Lions)
  13. Neil de Kock (Western Province)
  14. Joost van der Westhuizen (Blue Bulls)
  15. Richard Bands (Blue Bulls)
  16. Christo Bezuidenhout (Pumas)
  17. Faan Rautenbach (Western Province)
  18. Dale Stanton (SWD Eagles)
  19. Lawrence Sephaka (Lions)
  20. Danie Coetzee (Blue Bulls)
  21. John Smit (Natal Sharks)
  22. Selborne Boome (Western Province)
  23. Bakkies Botha (Blue Bulls)
  24. Victor Matfield (Blue Bulls)
  25. Schalk Burger (Western Province)
  26. Corne Krige (C) (Western Province)
  27. Danie Rossouw (Blue Bulls)
  28. Hendro Scholtz (Free State)
  29. Joe van Niekerk (Lions)
  30. Juan Smith (Free State)

 Samoa[edit]

Head Coach: New Zealand John Boe

Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Kas Lealamanua Prop 15 December 1976 New Zealand Wellington
Tamato Leupolu Prop 7 December 1980 New Zealand Auckland
Simon Lemalu Hooker 23 January 1981 New Zealand Otahuhu
Jeremy Tomuli Hooker 13 October 1971 France Colomiers
Jonathan Meredith Hooker July 8, 1978 New Zealand Auckland
Mahonri Schwalger Hooker 15 September 1978 New Zealand Hawke's Bay
Leo Lafaiali'i Lock 30 January 1974 Japan Sanyo
Opeta Palepoi Lock 2 December 1975 England Exeter
Michael von Dincklage Lock 21 June 1978 New Zealand Waitemata
Maurie Fa'asavalu Flanker 12 January 1980 Samoa Marist St. Joseph
Des Tuiavi'i Flanker 14 January 1970 England Rotherham Titans
Patrick Segi Flanker 21 September 1980 New Zealand Auckland
Siaosi Vaili Flanker 7 September 1977 England Exeter
Peter Poulos Flanker 7 June 1977 Japan NTT DoCoMo Red Hurricanes
Semo Sititi Number 8 6 March 1974 Scotland Borders
Kitiona Viliamu Number 8 7 June 1977 New Zealand Counties Manukau
Henry Tuilagi Number 8 12 August 1976 England Leicester
John Senio Scrum-half 10 September 1982 New Zealand Waitemata
Steven So'oialo Scrum-half 11 May 1977 England Orrell
Denning Tyrell Scrum-half 9 May 1976 New Zealand Taranaki
Tanner Vili Fly-half 13 May 1976 Scotland Borders
Fa'atonu Fili Fly-half August 31, 1981 New Zealand Wellington
Terry Fanolua Centre July 3, 1974 England Gloucester
Dale Rasmussen Centre 5 July 1977 New Zealand Ponsonby RFC
Lome Fa'atau Wing 23 October 1975 New Zealand Hurricanes
Ron Fanuatanu Wing 7 July 1982 Samoa Marist St. Joseph
Dominic Feaunati Wing 14 June 1978 New Zealand Wellington
Brian Lima Wing 25 January 1972 Japan Secom
Romi Ropati Wing 20 June 1976 Japan Toyota
Sailosi Tagicakibau Wing 14 November 1982 New Zealand Papakura RFC
Earl Va'a Fullback 1 May 1972 New Zealand Wellington

 Uruguay[edit]

Head Coach: Diego Ormaechea

  1. Juan Menchaca
  2. Joaquin Pastore
  3. Diego Aguirre
  4. Joaquin De Freitas
  5. Martin Mendaro
  6. Diego Reyes
  7. Carlos Baldassari
  8. Alfonso Cardoso
  9. Emiliano Ibarra
  10. Jose Viana
  11. Sebastián Aguirre
  12. Bernardo Amarillo
  13. Emiliano Caffera
  14. Juan Campomar
  15. Eduardo Berruti
  16. Diego Lamelas
  17. Pablo Lemoine
  18. Juan Machado
  19. Rodrigo Sánchez
  20. Guillermo Storace
  21. Juan Andres Perez
  22. Juan Álvarez
  23. Juan Alzueta
  24. Juan Carlos Bado
  25. Rodrigo Capo Ortega
  26. Nicolas Brignoni
  27. Ignacio Conti
  28. Nicolas Grille
  29. Marcelo Gutierrez
  30. Hernan Ponte

 Georgia[edit]

Head Coach: France Claude Saurel

  1. Bessik Khamashuridze
  2. Otar Eloshvili
  3. Irakli Giorgadze
  4. Vasil Katsadze
  5. Tedo Zibzibadze
  6. Archil Kavtarashvili
  7. Badri Khekhelashvili
  8. Gocha Khonelidze
  9. Irakli Machkhaneli
  10. Malkhaz Urjukashvili
  11. Paliko Jimsheladze
  12. Irakli Modebadze
  13. Irakli Abuseridze
  14. Merab Kvirikashvili
  15. David Dadunashvili
  16. Alexander Margvelashvili
  17. Soso Nikolaenko
  18. Goderdzi Shvelidze
  19. Akvsenti Giorgadze
  20. Avtandil Kopaliani
  21. Victor Didebulidze
  22. Sergo Gujaraidze
  23. Zurab Mtchedlishvili
  24. Vano Nadiradze
  25. David Bolgashvili
  26. George Chkhaidze
  27. Gia Labadze
  28. George Tsiklauri
  29. Grégoire Yachvili
  30. Ilia Zedginidze

Pool D[edit]

 New Zealand[edit]

Head Coach: John Mitchell

Note: Flags indicate national union for the club/province as defined by World Rugby.
Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club/province
Dave Hewett Prop 14 July 1971 New Zealand Crusaders
Carl Hoeft Prop 13 November 1974 New Zealand Highlanders
Kees Meeuws Prop 26 July 1974 New Zealand Blues
Greg Somerville Prop 28 November 1977 New Zealand Crusaders
Corey Flynn Hooker 5 January 1981 New Zealand Crusaders
Mark Hammett Hooker 13 July 1972 New Zealand Crusaders
Keven Mealamu Hooker 20 March 1979 New Zealand Blues
Chris Jack Lock 5 September 1978 New Zealand Crusaders
Brad Thorn Lock 3 February 1975 New Zealand Crusaders
Ali Williams Lock 30 April 1981 New Zealand Blues
Daniel Braid Flanker 23 February 1981 New Zealand Blues
Marty Holah Flanker 10 September 1978 New Zealand Chiefs
Richie McCaw Flanker 31 December 1980 New Zealand Crusaders
Reuben Thorne (c) Flanker 2 January 1975 New Zealand Crusaders
Jerry Collins Flanker 4 November 1980 New Zealand Hurricanes
Rodney So'oialo Number 8 3 October 1979 New Zealand Hurricanes
Steve Devine Scrum-half 21 December 1976 New Zealand Blues
Byron Kelleher Scrum-half 3 December 1976 New Zealand Highlanders
Justin Marshall Scrum-half 5 August 1973 New Zealand Crusaders
Daniel Carter Fly-half 5 March 1982 New Zealand Crusaders
Aaron Mauger Fly-half 29 November 1980 New Zealand Crusaders
Carlos Spencer Fly-half 14 October 1975 New Zealand Blues
Ben Atiga* Centre 5 May 1983 New Zealand Auckland
Tana Umaga (vc) Centre 27 May 1973 New Zealand Hurricanes
Leon MacDonald Centre 21 December 1977 New Zealand Crusaders
Caleb Ralph Centre 10 September 1977 New Zealand Crusaders
Joe Rokocoko Centre 6 June 1983 New Zealand Blues
Ben Blair Wing 26 March 1979 New Zealand Crusaders
Ma'a Nonu Wing 21 May 1982 New Zealand Hurricanes
Mils Muliaina Fullback 30 July 1980 New Zealand Blues
Doug Howlett Fullback 21 September 1978 New Zealand Blues

 Wales[edit]

Head Coach: New Zealand Steve Hansen

  1. Kevin Morgan
  2. Rhys Williams
  3. Iestyn Harris
  4. Sonny Parker
  5. Mark Taylor
  6. Garan Evans
  7. Mark Jones
  8. Tom Shanklin
  9. Gareth Thomas
  10. Stephen Jones
  11. Ceri Sweeney
  12. Gareth Cooper
  13. Dwayne Peel
  14. Shane Williams
  15. Paul James
  16. Gethin Jenkins
  17. Adam Jones
  18. Iestyn Thomas
  19. Huw Bennett
  20. Mefin Davies
  21. Robin McBryde
  22. Brent Cockbain
  23. Gareth Llewellyn
  24. Robert Sidoli
  25. Chris Wyatt
  26. Colin Charvis
  27. Dafydd Jones
  28. Jonathan Thomas
  29. Martyn Williams
  30. Alix Popham

 Italy[edit]

Head Coach: New Zealand John Kirwan

  1. Mirco Bergamasco
  2. Gert Peens
  3. Matteo Barbini
  4. Manuel Dallan
  5. Andrea Masi
  6. Cristian Stoica
  7. Gonzalo Canale
  8. Denis Dallan
  9. Nicola Mazzucato
  10. Francesco Mazzariol
  11. Rima Wakarua
  12. Matteo Mazzantini
  13. Alessandro Troncon
  14. Martin Castrogiovanni
  15. Andrea Lo Cicero
  16. Ramiro Martinez
  17. Salvatore Perugini
  18. Carlo Festuccia
  19. Fabio Ongaro
  20. Cristian Bezzi
  21. Marco Bortolami
  22. Carlo Checchinato
  23. Santiago Dellape
  24. Andrea Benatti
  25. Mauro Bergamasco
  26. Andrea De Rossi
  27. Scott Palmer
  28. Aaron Persico
  29. Sergio Parisse
  30. Matthew Phillips

 Canada[edit]

Head Coach: Australia David Clark

  1. Quentin Fyffe
  2. James Pritchard
  3. John Cannon
  4. Marco di Girolamo
  5. Matt King
  6. Nikyta Witkowski
  7. Sean Fauth
  8. Dave Lougheed
  9. Winston Stanley
  10. Jared Barker
  11. Bob Ross
  12. Ryan Smith
  13. Ed Fairhurst
  14. Morgan Williams
  15. Garth Cooke
  16. Rod Snow
  17. Jon Thiel
  18. Kevin Tkachuk
  19. Aaron Abrams
  20. Mark Lawson
  21. Jamie Cudmore
  22. Mike James
  23. Ed Knaggs
  24. Jeff Reid
  25. Colin Yukes
  26. Jim Douglas
  27. Adam van Staveren
  28. Ryan Banks
  29. Al Charron
  30. Josh Jackson

 Tonga[edit]

Head Coach: New Zealand Jim Love

  1. Pierre Hola (Kobe Steel)
  2. Suka Hufanga (Vaini)
  3. Gus Leger (Counties Manukau)
  4. Johnny Ngauamo (ASM Clermont)
  5. John Payne (Manly RUFC)
  6. Tevita Tu'ifua (Auckland)
  7. Pila Fifita (North Otago)
  8. Sione Fonua (Auckland)
  9. Sila Va'enuku (Toa-ko-Ma'afu)
  10. Anthony Alatini (Blackwood RFC)
  11. Sateki Tu'ipulotu (Worcester Warriors)
  12. Lisiate Ulufonua (Lavengamalie RFC)
  13. Sililo Martens (Bridgend)
  14. David Palu (Horowhenua-Kapiti)
  15. Heamani Lavaka (Eastern Suburbs RFC)
  16. Tonga Lea'aetoa (Northern Suburbs RFC)
  17. Kisi Pulu (Auckland)
  18. Kafalosi Tonga
  19. Viliami Ma'asi (Penzance RFC)
  20. Ephraim Taukafa (North Harbour)
  21. Milton Ngauamo (Wellington)
  22. Viliami Vaki (Parma)
  23. Stanley Afeaki (Auckland)
  24. Inoke Afeaki (C) (Secom)
  25. Edward Langi
  26. Nisifolo Naufahu (Northland)
  27. Sione Tu'amoheloa (North Harbour)
  28. Ipolito Fenukitau (Ricoh)
  29. Benhur Kivalu (Kintetsu)
  30. Usaia Latu (Northern Suburbs)

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