MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Australia vs New Zealand
VENUE Stadium Australia
DATE 15 July 2000 11:35
COMPETITION Vodacom Tri-Nations
FINAL SCORE 35 - 39
TRIES 5 - 5
HALFTIME SCORE 24 - 24
CROWD 109878
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Andre Watson
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
0 Try Tana Umaga New Zealand
0 Try Christian Cullen New Zealand
0 Try Pita Alatini New Zealand
0 Try Justin Marshall New Zealand
0 Try Jonah Lomu New Zealand
0 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Conversion Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Penalty Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Penalty Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
0 Try Stirling Mortlock Australia
0 Try Stirling Mortlock Australia
0 Try Chris Latham Australia
0 Try Joe Roff Australia
0 Conversion Stirling Mortlock Australia
0 Penalty Stirling Mortlock Australia
0 Penalty Stirling Mortlock Australia
0 Conversion Stirling Mortlock Australia
40 Substitution (Tactical) Jeremy Paul for Michael Foley Australia
43 Substitution (Tactical) Josh Kronfeld for Scott Robertson New Zealand
46 Substitution (Tactical) Toutai Kefu for David Wilson Australia
48 Substitution (Tactical) Troy Flavell for Norm Maxwell New Zealand
53 Substitution (Tactical) Rod Kafer for Jason Little Australia
57 Substitution (Tactical) Glenn Panoho for Richard Harry Australia
72 Substitution (Tactical) Byron Kelleher for Justin Marshall New Zealand
73 Substitution (Tactical) Mark Hammett for Anton Oliver New Zealand
73 Substitution (Tactical) Mark Hammett for Anton Oliver New Zealand
74 Try Jeremy Paul Australia
75 Substitution (Tactical) Tony Brown for Andrew Mehrtens New Zealand
76 Substitution (Tactical) Andrew Walker for Stirling Mortlock Australia
78 Substitution (Tactical) Troy Jaques for Jim Williams Australia

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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Saturday, September 28 2019
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City of Toyota Stadium
Friday, October 04 2019
11:45 - South Africa vs Italy
Shizuoka Stadium
Tuesday, October 08 2019
12:15 - South Africa vs Canada
Kobe Misaki Stadium

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