MATCH BREAKDOWN
MATCH SUMMARY
TEAMS Australia vs New Zealand
VENUE Stadium Australia
DATE 26 July 2003 11:05
COMPETITION Vodacom Tri-Nations
FINAL SCORE 21 - 50
TRIES 3 - 7
HALFTIME SCORE 11 - 23
CONDITIONS Magnificant evening. Fast surface. Floodlights.
CROWD 82096
MATCH OFFICIALS
Referee Tony Spreadbury
Assistant Referee Steve Lander
Assistant Referee Craig Joubert
TMO Shaun Veldsman
SCORING SUMMARY
 
LINE-UP
 
RESERVES
 
REPLACEMENTS
 
RUN OF PLAY
9 Try Matt Burke Australia
12 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
20 Try Joe Rokocoko New Zealand
28 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
32 Try Doug Howlett New Zealand
33 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
35 Try Joe Rokocoko New Zealand
39 Penalty Matt Burke Australia
40 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
44 Penalty Carlos Spencer New Zealand
44 Substitution (Tactical) Ben Darwin for Patricio Noriega Australia
50 Try Tana Umaga New Zealand
51 Conversion Carlos Spencer New Zealand
52 Substitution (Tactical) Chris Latham for Matt Burke Australia
53 Substitution (Tactical) Dan Carter for Carlos Spencer New Zealand
54 Substitution (Tactical) Nathan Sharpe for Dan Vickerman Australia
57 Try Dan Carter New Zealand
59 Try Wendell Sailor Australia
62 Substitution (Tactical) Kees Meeuws for Greg Somerville New Zealand
63 Substitution (Tactical) Brad Thorn for Ali Williams New Zealand
67 Substitution (Tactical) Owen Finegan for George Smith Australia
68 Substitution (Blood) Adam Freier for Brendan Cannon Australia
69 Substitution (Tactical) Steve Kefu for Elton Flatley Australia
70 Try Joe Rokocoko New Zealand
72 Substitution (Tactical) Mark Hammett for Keven Mealamu New Zealand
72 Substitution (Tactical) Marty Holah for Richie McCaw New Zealand
77 Try Mat Rogers Australia
78 Try Aaron Mauger New Zealand
79 Conversion Dan Carter New Zealand

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
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