1999 Ireland rugby union tour of Australia
1999 Ireland rugby union tour of Australia. The Ireland national rugby union team embarked on their third tour of Australia having also visited in 1979 and 1994. The tour saw Brian O'Driscoll make his full international in the first test against Australia. In 2001, O'Driscoll, together with Jeremy Davidson and Malcolm O'Kelly would return to Australia with the British and Irish Lions.
|1999 Ireland rugby union tour of Australia|
- Scores and results list Ireland's points tally first.
|New South Wales Country XV||43||6||31 May 1999||Woy Woy, Gosford|
|New South Wales||24||39||6 June 1999||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
12 June 1999
|Tries: Kevin Maggs |
Con: David Humphreys
Pen: David Humphreys
- Manager: Donal Lenihan,
- Assistant Manager: Phil Danaher
- Coach: Warren Gatland
- Captain: Dion O'Cuinnegain