2004 Scotland rugby union tour of Oceania

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2004 Scotland rugby union tour of Oceania
Summary
P W D L
Total
06 02 00 04
Test match
03 01 00 02
Opponent
P W D L
 Samoa
1 1 0 0
 Australia
2 0 0 2

The 2004 Scotland rugby union tour of down under was a series of matches played in May and June 2004 in Australia and New Zealand down under by Scotland national rugby union team.

All the matches were played in Australia, except for the test with Samoa, that was played in Wellington (New Zealand)

Results[edit]

29 May 2004
Queensland Queensland 41–5  Scotland XV
Ballymore, Brisbane
2 June 2004
New South Wales Country New South Wales 10–48  Scotland XV

4 June 2004
Samoa  3–38  Scotland
Pen: Warren
Try: Blair, Hinshelwood
Hogg, Ross
Webster
Con: Parks, Paterson
Pen: Paterson 3
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Referee: Kelvin Deaker New Zealand

Samoa: 15.Tanner Vili, 14.Lome Fa'atau, 13.Dale Rasmussen, 12.Brian Lima, 11.Sailosi Tagicakibau, 10.Roger Warren, 9.Steve So'oialo, 8.Semo Sititi (capt.), 7.Ulia Ulia, 6.Siaosi Vaili, 5.Opeta Palepoi, 4.Leo Lafaiali'i, 3.Tamato Leupolu, 2.Jonathan Meredith, 1.Kas Lealamanu'a, – replacements: 17.Simon Lemalu, 18.Kitiona Viliamu, 19.Michael von Dincklage, 20.John Senio, 20.John Senio, 22.David LemiNo entry : 16.Loleni Tafunai, 21.Mussolini Schuster
Scotland: 15.Chris Paterson (capt.), 14.Sean Lamont, 13.Ben Hinshelwood, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Simon Webster, 10.Gordon Ross, 9.Chris Cusiter, 8.Ally Hogg, 7.Donnie Macfadyen, 6.Jason White, 5.Stuart Grimes, 4.Scott Murray, 3.Bruce Douglas, 2.Gordon Bulloch, 1.Tom Smith, – replacements: 16.Steve Scott, 17.Craig Smith, 18.Iain Fullarton, 19.Jon Petrie, 20.Mike Blair, 21.Dan Parks, 22.Hugo Southwell


8 June 2004
Waratahs New South Wales 33–15  Scotland XV
13 June 2004
Australia  35–15  Scotland
Try: Giteau, sailor
Tuqiri 2
Con: Burke, Roff 2
Pen: Roff 3
Pen: Parks 5
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Paul Honiss New Zealand

Australia: 15.Joe Roff, 14.Wendell Sailor, 13.Clyde Rathbone, 12.Matt Giteau, 11.Lote Tuqiri, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt), 8.David Lyons, 7.George Smith, 6.Radike Samo, 5.Nathan Sharpe, 4.Justin Harrison, 3.Al Baxter, 2.Brendan Cannon, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Jeremy Paul, 17.Matt Dunning, 18.Dan Vickerman, 19.Phil Waugh, 20.Morgan Turinui, 21.Matt Burke, 22.Chris Latham
Scotland: 15.Hugo Southwell, 14.Sean Lamont, 13.Ben Hinshelwood, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Simon Webster, 10.Dan Parks, 9.Chris Cusiter, 8.Ally Hogg, 7.Donnie Macfadyen, 6.Jason White, 5.Stuart Grimes, 4.Scott Murray (capt), 3.Bruce Douglas, 2.Gordon Bulloch, 1.Tom Smith, – replacements: 16.Steve Scott, 17.Craig Smith, 18.Iain Fullarton, 19.Jon Petrie, 20.Mike Blair, 21.Gordon Ross, 22.Graeme Morrison

19 June 2004
Australia  34–13  Scotland
Try: Roff, sailor
Tuqiri 2, Turinui
Con: Roff 3
Pen: Roff
Try: Cusiter
Con: Parks
Pen: Parks 2
Stadium Australia, Sydney
Attendance: 56,000
Referee: Mark Lawrence South Africa

Australia: 15.Joe Roff, 14.Wendell Sailor, 13.Stirling Mortlock, 12.Morgan Turinui, 11.Lote Tuqiri, 10.Stephen Larkham, 9.George Gregan (capt), 8.David Lyons, 7.Phil Waugh, 6.Radike Samo, 5.Nathan Sharpe, 4.Justin Harrison, 3.Al Baxter, 2.Brendan Cannon, 1.Bill Young, – replacements: 16.Jeremy Paul, 17.Matt Dunning, 18.Dan Vickerman, 19.George Smith, 21.Clyde Rathbone, 22.Chris LathamNo entry : 20.Matt Henjak
Scotland: 15.Hugo Southwell, 14.Sean Lamont, 13.Ben Hinshelwood, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Simon Webster, 10.Dan Parks, 9.Chris Cusiter, 8.Ally Hogg, 7.Donnie Macfadyen, 6.Jason White, 5.Iain Fullarton, 4.Scott Murray (capt), 3.Bruce Douglas, 2.Gordon Bulloch, 1.Tom Smith, – replacements: 17.Craig Smith, 18.Craig Hamilton, 19.Jon Petrie, 19.Jon Petrie, 21.Gordon Ross, 22.Graeme MorrisonNo entry: 16.Steve Scott, 20.Mike Blair

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