1987 Rugby World Cup Pool 1

Pool 1 of the 1987 Rugby World Cup began on 23 May and was completed on 3 June. The pool was composed of Australia, England, United States and Japan.

StandingsEdit

Team P W D L PF PA Tries Pts
  Australia 3 3 0 0 108 41 18 6
  England 3 2 0 1 100 32 15 4
  United States 3 1 0 2 39 99 5 2
  Japan 3 0 0 3 48 123 7 0

Australia vs EnglandEdit

23 May 1987
Australia   19–6[1][2]   England
Try: Campese
Poidevin
Con: Lynagh
Pen: Lynagh (3)
Try: Harrison
Con: Webb
Concord Oval, Sydney
Attendance: 17,896
Referee: Keith Lawrence (New Zealand)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Australia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
FB 15 Roger Gould   78'
RW 14 Peter Grigg
OC 13 Andrew Slack (c)
IC 12 Brett Papworth
LW 11 David Campese
FH 10 Michael Lynagh
SH 9 Nick Farr-Jones
N8 8 Troy Coker
OF 7 Steve Tuynman
BF 6 Simon Poidevin
RL 5 William Campbell
LL 4 Steve Cutler
TP 3 Andy McIntyre
HK 2 Tom Lawton
LP 1 Enrique Rodríguez
Replacements:
WG 16 Matthew Burke
FH 17 Steve James   78'
SH 18 Brian Smith
FL 19 David Codey
PR 20 Cameron Lillicrap
HK 21 Mark McBain
Coach:
  Alan Jones
 
FB 15 Marcus Rose   3'
RW 14 Mike Harrison (c)
OC 13 Kevin Simms
IC 12 Jamie Salmon
LW 11 Rory Underwood
FH 10 Peter Williams
SH 9 Richard Harding
N8 8 Dean Richards
OF 7 Gary Rees
BF 6 Peter Winterbottom
RL 5 Nigel Redman
LL 4 Wade Dooley
TP 3 Gary Pearce
HK 2 Brian Moore
LP 1 Paul Rendall
Replacements:
FB 16 Jonathan Webb   3'
FH 17 Rob Andrew
SH 18 Richard Hill
N8 19 David Egerton
HK 20 Graham Dawe
PR 21 Gareth Chilcott
Coach:
  Martin Green

Japan vs United StatesEdit

24 May 1987
Japan   18–21[3][4]   United States
Try: Taumoefolau (2)
Yoshinaga
Pen: Yoshinaga
Kutsuki
Try: Nelson
Purcell
Lambert
Con: Nelson (3)
Pen: Nelson
Ballymore, Brisbane
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Guy Maurette (France)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Japan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
United States
FB 15 Shogo Mukai
RW 14 Nofomuli Taumoefolau
OC 13 Kojiro Yoshinaga
IC 12 Eiji Kutsuki
LW 11 Shinji Onuki
FH 10 Seiji Hirao
SH 9 Hisataka Ikuta
N8 8 Michihito Chida
OF 7 Sinali Latu
BF 6 Katsufumi Miyamoto
RL 5 Atsushi Oyagi
LL 4 Toshiyuki Hayashi (c)
TP 3 Koji Horaguchi
HK 2 Tsuyoshi Fujita
LP 1 Koji Yasumi
Replacements:
HK 16 Tsutomu Hirose
PR 17 Toshitaka Kimura
LK 18 Seiji Kurihara
SH 19 Mitsutake Hagimoto
FH 20 Katsuhiro Matsuo
FB 21 Daijiro Murai
Coach:
  Katsumi Miyaji
 
FB 15 Ray Nelson
RW 14 Mike Purcell
OC 13 Kevin Higgins
IC 12 Roy Helu
LW 11 Gary Hein
FH 10 Joe Clarkson
SH 9 Mike Saunders
N8 8 Brian Vizard
OF 7 Gary Lambert
BF 6 Blane Warhurst
RL 5 Ed Burlingham (c)
LL 4 Kevin Swords
TP 3 Fred Paoli
HK 2 John Everett
LP 1 Rick Bailey
Replacements:
FH 16 Mike Caulder
FH 17 Dave Horton
SH 18 Dave Dickson
N8 19 Tony Ridnell
PR 20 Neal Brendel
HK 21 Pat Johnson
Coach:
  George Hook/  Ron Mayes

England vs JapanEdit

30 May 1987
England   60–7[5][6]   Japan
Try: Harrison (3)
Underwood (2)
Salmon
Richards
Redman
Rees
Simms
Con: Webb (7)
Pen: Webb (2)
Try: Miyamoto
Pen: Matsuo
Concord Oval, Sydney
Attendance: 4,893
Referee: René Hourquet (France)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Japan
FB 15 Jonathan Webb
RW 14 Mike Harrison (c)   77'
OC 13 Kevin Simms   68'
IC 12 Jamie Salmon
LW 11 Rory Underwood
FH 10 Peter Williams
SH 9 Richard Harding
N8 8 Dean Richards
OF 7 Gary Rees
BF 6 Peter Winterbottom
RL 5 Steve Bainbridge
LL 4 Nigel Redman
TP 3 Gareth Chilcott
HK 2 Brian Moore
LP 1 Paul Rendall
Replacements:
CE 16 Fran Clough   68'
FH 17 Rob Andrew   77'
SH 18 Richard Hill
FL 19 Mickey Skinner
HK 20 Graham Dawe
PR 21 Gary Pearce
Coach:
  Martin Green
 
FB 15 Daijiro Murai
RW 14 Nofomuli Taumoefolau
OC 13 Katsuhiro Matsuo
IC 12 Eiji Kutsuki
LW 11 Shinji Onuki
FH 10 Seiji Hirao
SH 9 Mitsutake Hagimoto
N8 8 Michihito Chida
OF 7 Toshiyuki Hayashi (c)
BF 6 Katsufumi Miyamoto
RL 5 Seiji Kurihara
LL 4 Atsushi Oyagi
TP 3 Koji Horaguchi
HK 2 Tsuyoshi Fujita
LP 1 Toshitaka Kimura
Replacements:
HK 16 Tsutomu Hirose
PR 17 Masaharu Aizawa
FL 18 Yasuharu Kawase
SH 19 Hisataka Ikuta
CE 20 Kojiro Yoshinaga
FB 21 Shogo Mukai
Coach:
  Katsumi Miyaji

Australia vs United StatesEdit

31 May 1987
Australia   47–12[7][8]   United States
Try: Leeds (2)
Penalty try
Campese
Smith
Slack
Papworth
Codey
Con: Lynagh (6)
Pen: Lynagh
Try: Nelson
Con: Nelson
Pen: Nelson
Drop: Horton
Ballymore, Brisbane
Attendance: 10,855
Referee: Brian Anderson (Scotland)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Australia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
United States
FB 15 Andrew Leeds
RW 14 David Campese
OC 13 Andrew Slack (c)
IC 12 Brett Papworth
LW 11 Matthew Burke
FH 10 Michael Lynagh
SH 9 Brian Smith
N8 8 Troy Coker
OF 7 Steve Tuynman
BF 6 Simon Poidevin
RL 5 William Campbell
LL 4 Steve Cutler
TP 3 Andy McIntyre
HK 2 Tom Lawton
LP 1 Cameron Lillicrap
Replacements:
CE 16 Michael Cook
FH 17 Steve James   78'
SH 18 Nick Farr-Jones
FL 19 Ross Reynolds
PR 20 Mark Hartill
HK 21 Mark McBain
Coach:
  Alan Jones
 
FB 15 Ray Nelson   35'
RW 14 Mike Purcell
OC 13 Kevin Higgins
IC 12 Roy Helu
LW 11 Gary Hein
FH 10 Dave Horton
SH 9 Dave Dickson   78'
N8 8 Brian Vizard
OF 7 Steve Finkel
BF 6 Tony Ridnell
RL 5 Bill Shiflet   24'
LL 4 Kevin Swords
TP 3 Fred Paoli (c)
HK 2 Pat Johnson
LP 1 Rick Bailey
Replacements:
FH 16 Joe Clarkson
CE 17 Denis Shanagher
SH 18 Mike Saunders   35'
N8 19 Gary Lambert   24'
PR 20 Neal Brendel
HK 21 John Everett
Coach:
  George Hook/  Ron Mayes

England vs United StatesEdit

3 June 1987
England   34–6[9][10]   United States
Try: Winterbottom (2)
Harrison
Dooley
Con: Webb (3)
Pen: Webb (4)
Try: Purcell
Con: Nelson
Concord Oval, Sydney
Attendance: 8,785
Referee: Kerry Fitzgerald (Australia)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
England
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
United States
FB 15 Jonathan Webb
RW 14 Mike Harrison (c)
OC 13 Fran Clough
IC 12 Jamie Salmon
LW 11 Mark Bailey
FH 10 Rob Andrew
SH 9 Richard Hill
N8 8 Dean Richards
OF 7 Gary Rees
BF 6 Peter Winterbottom
RL 5 Steve Bainbridge
LL 4 Wade Dooley
TP 3 Gary Pearce
HK 2 Graham Dawe
LP 1 Gareth Chilcott
Replacements:
FH 16 Huw Davies
SH 17 Richard Harding
WG 18 Rory Underwood
N8 19 David Egerton
HK 20 Brian Moore
PR 21 Paul Rendall
Coach:
  Martin Green
 
FB 15 Ray Nelson
RW 14 Mike Purcell
OC 13 Kevin Higgins
IC 12 Tommy Vinick
LW 11 Gary Hein
FH 10 Joe Clarkson
SH 9 Mike Saunders
N8 8 Brian Vizard
OF 7 Steve Finkel
BF 6 Gary Lambert
RL 5 Ed Burlingham (c)
LL 4 Bob Causey
TP 3 Neal Brendel
HK 2 John Everett
LP 1 Rick Bailey
Replacements:
SH 16 John Mickel
CE 18 Denis Shanagher
N8 19 Fred Paoli
HK 20 Pat Johnson
N8 21 Tony Ridnell
Coach:
  George Hook/  Ron Mayes

Australia vs JapanEdit

3 June 1987
Australia   42–23[11][12]   Japan
Try: Slack (2)
Burke (2)
Tuynman
Grigg
Hartill
Campese
Con: Lynagh (5)
Try: Kutsuki (2)
Fujita
Con: Okidoi
Pen: Okidoi (2)
Drop: Okidoi
Concord Oval, Sydney
Attendance: 8,785
Referee: Jim Fleming (Scotland)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Australia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Japan
FB 15 Roger Gould
RW 14 Peter Grigg
OC 13 Andrew Slack
IC 12 Michael Cook   17'
LW 11 David Campese
FH 10 Michael Lynagh
SH 9 Brian Smith
N8 8 Troy Coker   69'
OF 7 David Codey
BF 6 Simon Poidevin (c)
RL 5 Ross Reynolds
LL 4 Steve Cutler
TP 3 Mark Hartill
HK 2 Mark McBain
LP 1 Enrique Rodríguez
Replacements:
SH 16 Nick Farr-Jones
FB 17 Andrew Leeds
CE 18 Brett Papworth   17'
HK 19 Tom Lawton
PR 20 Cameron Lillicrap
LK 21 William Alexander Campbell   69'
Coach:
  Alan Jones
 
FB 15 Shogo Mukai
RW 14 Nofomuli Taumoefolau
OC 13 Kojiro Yoshinaga
IC 12 Eiji Kutsuki
LW 11 Minoru Okidoi
FH 10 Seiji Hirao
SH 9 Hisataka Ikuta
N8 8 Sinali Latu
OF 7 Yasuharu Kawase
BF 6 Katsufumi Miyamoto
RL 5 Toshiyuki Hayashi (c)
LL 4 Yoshihiko Sakuraba
TP 3 Koji Horaguchi
HK 2 Tsuyoshi Fujita
LP 1 Toshitaka Kimura
Replacements:
PR 16 Koji Yasumi
HK 17 Tsutomu Hirose
LK 18 Seiji Kurihara
SH 19 Mitsutake Hagimoto
FH 20 Katsuhiro Matsuo
WG 21 Toshiro Yoshino
Coach:
  Katsumi Miyaji

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Australia vs England 1987 ESPN Scrum
  2. ^ Australia vs England 1987 World Rugby
  3. ^ Japan vs United States 1987 ESPN Scrum
  4. ^ Japan vs United States 1987 World Rugby
  5. ^ England vs Japan 1987 World Rugby
  6. ^ England vs Japan 1987 ESPN Scrum
  7. ^ Australia vs United States RWC 1987 Archived 15 April 2018 at the Wayback Machine ESPN Scrum
  8. ^ Australia vs United States RWC 1987 World Rugby
  9. ^ worldrugby.org. "World Rugby | world.rugby". www.world.rugby. Retrieved 2019-06-14.
  10. ^ "England v United States of America". ESPN scrum. Retrieved 2019-06-14.
  11. ^ "Australia v Japan". ESPN scrum. Retrieved 2019-04-04.
  12. ^ worldrugby.org. "World Rugby | world.rugby". www.world.rugby. Retrieved 2019-04-04.

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