Rugby Aid

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from IRB Rugby Aid Match)
Jump to: navigation, search

Rugby Aid is a rugby union organisation that is supported by World Rugby, formally known as the International Rugby Board (IRB), to aid in global charities of different causes. In 2005, the first match took place to raise money for the United Nations World Food Programme to support its work aiding victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. While in 2011, saw a repeat of the fixture in aid of Help for Heroes, and in 2015, an England vs Rest of the World XV match will take place in aid of the same charity. In 2015, confectionery brand Mentos was unveiled as an official sponsor of the event.[1]

Results[edit]

2005[edit]

5 March 2005
14:30
Northern Hemisphere 19–54 Southern Hemisphere
Try: Titterrell 18' c
Sanderson 27' m
Bergamasco 60' c
Con: Humphreys (1/2) 19'
Sweeney (1/1) 61'
Pen: Humphreys (0/3)
Report Try: Umaga 13' c
Lima 25' c
Latham (2) 33' c, 62' c
Burger 40' c
Sititi (2) 50' c, 76' m
Fourie 74' c
Con: Mehrtens (6/6) 14', 25', 34', 40', 51', 63'
Latham (1/2) 75'
Pen: Mehrtens (0/2)
Twickenham, London
Attendance: 40,426
Referee: Paddy O'Brien (New Zealand)
FB 15 Scotland Chris Paterson
RW 14 Italy Mirco Bergamasco
OC 13 England Ollie Smith
IC 12 Wales Ceri Sweeney
LW 11 England Ben Cohen
FH 10 Ireland David Humphreys
SH 9 Wales Gareth Cooper
N8 8 Scotland Simon Taylor
OF 7 England Pat Sanderson
BF 6 England Lawrence Dallaglio (c)
RL 5 Ireland Donncha O'Callaghan
LL 4 Italy Marco Bortolami
TP 3 Wales Chris Horsman
HK 2 England Andy Titterrell
LP 1 Wales John Yapp
Replacements:
HK 16 France Raphaël Ibanez
PR 17 France Cédric Soulette
N8 18 Ireland Eric Miller
LK 19 Wales Jonathan Thomas
SH 20 Wales Mike Phillips
CE 21 Wales Mark Taylor
WG 22 England Mathew Tait
Pitchside
Ireland Brian O'Driscoll
Coach:
England Clive Woodward
FB 15 Australia Chris Latham
RW 14 Samoa Brian Lima
OC 13 South Africa Jaque Fourie
IC 12 New Zealand Tana Umaga
LW 11 Fiji Sereli Bobo
FH 10 New Zealand Andrew Mehrtens
SH 9 Australia George Gregan (c)
N8 8 Australia Toutai Kefu
OF 7 Australia Phil Waugh
BF 6 South Africa Schalk Burger
RL 5 South Africa Victor Matfield
LL 4 New Zealand Matt Mustchin
TP 3 South Africa Cobus Visagie
HK 2 South Africa John Smit
LP 1 New Zealand Carl Hoeft
Replacements:
HK 16 Tonga Ephraim Taukafa
PR 17 Argentina Eusebio Guiñazu
FL 18 Samoa Semo Sititi
LK 19 Samoa Opeta Palepoi
SH 20 Fiji Moses Rauluni
WG 21 South Africa Thinus Delport
FH 22 Australia Shane Drahm
Coach:
Australia Rod Macqueen

Notes:

2011[edit]

3 December 2011
14:30
Northern Hemisphere 22–36 Southern Hemisphere
Try: Spurling 11' c
Gleeson 67' c
Cummings 78' m
Con: Cummings (2/3) 12', 68'
Pen: Cummings (1) 26'
Report Try: Thomson 13' c
Willison 22' c
Ras 38' c
Drauniniu 49' c
Van Vuuren 74' m
Con: Ebersohn (2/2) 14', 23'
Little (2/3) 39', 50'
Pen: Ebersohn (1) 18'
Twickenham, London
Attendance: 29,251
Referee: Chris White (England)
FB 15 Wales Ceri Cummings
RW 14 Wales Eli Walker
OC 13 Ireland Tom Gleeson
IC 12 England Ben Cohen
LW 11 England Anthony Watson
FH 10 Zimbabwe Nils Mordt
SH 9 England Dave Pascoe
N8 8 Fiji Ifereimi Boladau
OF 7 France Serge Betsen
BF 6 Ireland Alan Quinlan
RL 5 England Hugh Vyvyan (c)
LL 4 England Danny Grewcock
TP 3 England Duncan Bell
HK 2 England Scott Spurling
LP 1 Georgia (country) Akvsenti Giorgadze
Replacements:
HK 16 Scotland Gordon Bulloch
PR 18 Scotland Tom Smith
PR 18 Wales Peter Edwards
LK 19 England Marshall Cormack
N8 20 Wales Andrew Tibbatts
SH 21 England Chris Cook
FH 22 England Will Greenwood
WG 23 England Nathan Jones
CE 24 Wales Sonny Parker
FB 25 Wales Jordan Williams
Coach:
England Dean Ryan
FB 15 Australia Joe Roff
RW 14 New Zealand Ahtun Masun
OC 13 New Zealand Jackson Willison
IC 12 South Africa Andries Strauss
LW 11 South Africa Kobus Basson
FH 10 South Africa Sias Ebersohn
SH 9 New Zealand Justin Marshall
N8 8 Samoa Zac Feau’nati
OF 7 South Africa AJ Venter
BF 6 New Zealand Adam Thomson (c)
RL 5 New Zealand Jeremy Thrush
LL 4 South Africa Inus Ras
TP 3 England Tom Mercey
HK 2 South Africa PW van Vuuren
LP 1 Tonga Sona Taumalolo
Replacements:
HK 16 Tonga Ephraim Taukafa
PR 17 New Zealand Jo Tuala
PR 18 Australia Ben Radmall
LK 19 Australia Justin Harrison
FL 20 Australia Phil Waugh
SH 21 Australia Tony Luxford
FH 22 Fiji Nicky Little
FH 23 New Zealand Dane Berghan
WG 24 England Josh Drauniniu
CE 25 Australia Ed Yarnton
Coach:
South Africa Nick Mallett

2015[edit]

Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere

Leigh Halfpenny (Wales) 15 Israel Folau (Australia) Tommy Bowe (Ireland) 14 Ben Smith (New Zealand) Wesley Fofana (France) 13 Ma'a Nonu (New Zealand) Jamie Roberts (ireland) 12 Jean De Villers (South Africa) George North (Wales) 11 Willie Le Roux (South Africa) Jonathan Sexton (Ireland) 10 Dan Carter (New Zealand) Greig Laidlaw (Scotland) 9 Aaron Smith (New Zealand) Sergio Parisse (Italy) 8 Kieran Read (New Zealand) Chris Robshaw (England) 7 Richie McCaw (New Zealand) Thierry Dusautoir (France) 6 Michael Hooper (Australia) Paul O'Connell (Ireland) 5 Sam Whitelock (New Zealand) Alun Wyn Jones (Wales) 4 Brodie Retallick (New Zealand) Martin Castrogiovanni (Italy) 3 Macrcos Ayerza (Argentna) Dylan Hartley (England) 2 Bismarck Du Plessis (South Africa) Gethin Jenkins (Wales) 1 Tony Woodcock (New Zealand)

Ken Owens (Wales) 16 Augustin Creevy (Argentina) Dan Cole (England) 17 Owen Franks (New Zealand) Cian Healy (Ireland) 18 Jannie Du Plessis (South Africa) Courtney Lawes (England) 19 Eben Eztebeth (South Africa) Sam Warburton (Wales) 20 Juan Martin Hernandez Lobbe (Argentina) Danny Care (England) 21 Will Genia (Australia) Rhys Priestland (Wales) 22 Quade Cooper (Australia) Jared Payne (Ireland) 23 Conrad Smith (New Zealand)

Coaches: Coaches: Vern Cotter Steve Hanson Joe Schmidt Wayne Smith

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mentos to sponsor BT Sport's Rugby Aid 2015". Dial2Donate. Retrieved 24 August 2015. 

External links[edit]