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2006 end-of-year rugby union internationals

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The 2006 end of year tests, also known as the 2006 Autumn Internationals, refers to several international rugby union matches that took place during November 2006 principally between touring teams from the southern hemisphere—Australia, Argentina, New Zealand, Pacific Islands and South Africa—and one or more teams from the Six Nations Championship: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Canada and Romania also played Six Nations teams during this period.

Ireland's games were the last Tests to be played at Lansdowne Road before it was closed for redevelopment.

The Gilbert Synergie ball was introduced during the 2006 Autumn internationals, in preparation for its use during the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

ToursEdit

Team/Tour Opponents
Argentina in Europe   England (won) -   Italy (won) -   France (lost)
Australia in Europe   Wales (drawn) -   Italy (won) -   Ireland (lost) -   Scotland (won)
Canada in Europe   Wales (lost) -   Italy (lost)
Pacific Islanders in British Isles   Wales (lost) -   Scotland (lost) -   Ireland (lost)
New Zealand in Europe   England (won) -   France (2 test won) -   Wales (won)
Romania in Scotland   Scotland (lost)
South Africa in British Isles   Ireland (lost) -   England (1 won - 1 lost)

Week 1Edit

4 November 2006
14:30 GMT
Wales   29 – 29   Australia
Try: S. Williams
M. Williams
Con: Hook (2)
Pen: S. Jones
Henson
Hook (3)
Report[1] Try: Shepherd (2)
Giteau
Latham
Con: Giteau (3)
Pen: Giteau
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 74,158
Referee: Steve Walsh (New Zealand)
Wales
FB 15 Kevin Morgan
RW 14 Gareth Thomas
OC 13 Tom Shanklin
IC 12 Gavin Henson
LW 11 Shane Williams
FH 10 Stephen Jones (c)   25'
SH 9 Dwayne Peel
N8 8 Ryan Jones
OF 7 Martyn Williams
BF 6 Jonathan Thomas
RL 5 Ian Gough
LL 4 Ian Evans
TP 3 Adam Rhys Jones   69'
HK 2 Matthew Rees
LP 1 Gethin Jenkins
Replacements:
HK 16 T. Rhys Thomas
PR 17 Duncan Jones   69'
LK 18 Alun Wyn Jones
FL 19 Gavin Thomas
SH 20 Mike Phillips
FH 21 James Hook   25'
WG 22 Mark Jones
Coach:
  Gareth Jenkins
Australia
FB 15 Chris Latham
RW 14 Clyde Rathbone
OC 13 Lote Tuqiri
IC 12 Stephen Larkham   60'
LW 11 Cameron Shepherd
FH 10 Mat Rogers
SH 9 Matt Giteau
N8 8 Wycliff Palu   56'
OF 7 Phil Waugh (c)
BF 6 Rocky Elsom
RL 5 Dan Vickerman   77'
LL 4 Nathan Sharpe
TP 3 Rodney Blake
HK 2 Tai McIsaac   36'
LP 1 Al Baxter
Replacements:
HK 16 Brendan Cannon   36'
PR 17 Benn Robinson
LK 18 Mark Chisholm   77'
N8 19 Stephen Hoiles   56'
FH 20 Josh Valentine   60'
CE 21 Mark Gerrard
FB 22 Adam Ashley-Cooper
Coach:
  John Connolly

Touch judges:
Paul Honiss (New Zealand)
Bryce Lawrence (New Zealand)
Television match official:
Kelvin Deaker (New Zealand)


5 November 2006
15:30 GMT
England   20 – 41   New Zealand
Try: Noon
Cohen
Perry
Con: Hodgson
Pen: Hodgson
Report[2] Try: Mauger
Rokocoko
Hayman
Carter
Con: Carter (3)
Pen: Carter (5)
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: 82,076
Referee: Joël Jutge (France)
England
FB 15 Iain Balshaw
RW 14 Paul Sackey
OC 13 Jamie Noon
IC 12 Anthony Allen
LW 11 Ben Cohen
FH 10 Charlie Hodgson
SH 9 Shaun Perry   66'
N8 8 Pat Sanderson   60'
OF 7 Lewis Moody
BF 6 Martin Corry (c)
RL 5 Ben Kay
LL 4 Danny Grewcock
TP 3 Julian White
HK 2 George Chuter   75'
LP 1 Andrew Sheridan
Replacements:
HK 16 Lee Mears   75'
PR 17 Stuart Turner
LK 18 Chris Jones
FL 19 Magnus Lund   60'
SH 20 Peter Richards   66'
FH 21 Andy Goode
FB 22 Mark van Gisbergen
Coach:
  Andy Robinson
New Zealand
FB 15 Mils Muliaina
RW 14 Rico Gear   70'
OC 13 Ma'a Nonu
IC 12 Aaron Mauger
LW 11 Joe Rokocoko
FH 10 Dan Carter
SH 9 Byron Kelleher   68'
N8 8 Chris Masoe   64' to 74'
OF 7 Richie McCaw (c)
BF 6 Reuben Thorne   72'
RL 5 Keith Robinson
LL 4 Chris Jack
TP 3 Carl Hayman   75'
HK 2 Keven Mealamu   75'
LP 1 Tony Woodcock   72'
Replacements:
HK 16 Andrew Hore   75'
PR 17 John Afoa   75'
LK 18 Clarke Dermody   72'
N8 19 Rodney So'oialo   72'
FH 20 Andy Ellis   68'
CE 21 Leon MacDonald
FB 22 Sitiveni Sivivatu   70'
Coach:
  Graham Henry

Touch judges:
Stuart Dickinson (Australia)
Matt Goddard (Australia)
Television match official:
Christophe Berdos (France)

The attendance for this game was a stadium record.

Week 2Edit

11 November 2006
14:30 GMT
England   18 – 25   Argentina
Try: Sackey
Balshaw
Con: Hodgson
Pen: Hodgson
Flood
Report[3] Try: Todeschini
Con: Todeschini
Pen: Contepomi (2)
Todeschini (4)
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: 74,027
Referee: Kelvin Deaker (New Zealand)
England
FB 15 Iain Balshaw
RW 14 Paul Sackey   55'
OC 13 Jamie Noon
IC 12 Anthony Allen
LW 11 Ben Cohen
FH 10 Charlie Hodgson   53'
SH 9 Shaun Perry   47'
N8 8 Pat Sanderson   74'
OF 7 Lewis Moody   8' to 12'
BF 6 Martin Corry (c)
RL 5 Ben Kay
LL 4 Danny Grewcock   51'
TP 3 Julian White
HK 2 George Chuter   74'
LP 1 Perry Freshwater
Replacements:
HK 16 Lee Mears   74'
PR 17 Stuart Turner
LK 18 Tom Palmer   51'
FL 19 Magnus Lund   8'   12'   74'
SH 20 Peter Richards   47'
FH 21 Toby Flood   53'
FB 22 Josh Lewsey   55'
Coach:
  Andy Robinson
Argentina
FB 15 Juan Martín Hernández
RW 14 José María Núñez Piossek
OC 13 Miguel Avramovic   61'
IC 12 Gonzalo Tiesi   25'
LW 11 Pablo Gómez Cora
FH 10 Felipe Contepomi
SH 9 Agustín Pichot (c)
N8 8 Gonzalo Longo
OF 7 Juan Manuel Leguizamón   70'
BF 6 Juan Martín Fernández Lobbe
RL 5 Patricio Albacete
LL 4 Ignacio Fernández Lobbe   61'
TP 3 Omar Hasan   69'
HK 2 Mario Ledesma
LP 1 Marcos Ayerza
Replacements:
HK 16 Alberto Vernet Basualdo
PR 17 Martín Scelzo   69'
LK 18 Esteban Lozada   61'
N8 19 Martín Schusterman   70'
FH 20 Nicolás Fernández Miranda
CE 21 Federico Todeschini   25'
FB 22 Horacio Agulla   61'
Coach:
  Marcelo Loffreda

Touch judges:
Steve Walsh (New Zealand)
Malcolm Changleng (Scotland)
Television match official:
Peter Allan (Scotland)


11 November 2006
21:00 CET
France   3 – 47   New Zealand
Drop: Fritz
Report[4] Try: Sivivatu (2)
McCaw
Carter
Smith
Rokocoko
McAlister
Con: Carter (3)
Pen: Carter (2)
Stade de Gerland, Lyon
Attendance: 42,393[5]
Referee: Stuart Dickinson (Australia)
France
FB 15 Julien Laharrague
RW 14 Aurélien Rougerie
OC 13 Florian Fritz   70'
IC 12 Yannick Jauzion
LW 11 Christophe Dominici
FH 10 Damien Traille
SH 9 Dimitri Yachvili   78'
N8 8 Elvis Vermeulen
OF 7 Julien Bonnaire
BF 6 Thierry Dusautoir   64'
RL 5 Pascal Papé
LL 4 Fabien Pelous (c)   51'
TP 3 Pieter de Villiers
HK 2 Dimitri Szarzewski   45'
LP 1 Sylvain Marconnet   45'
Replacements:
HK 16 Raphaël Ibañez   45'
PR 17 Olivier Milloud   45'
LK 18 Lionel Nallet   51'
FL 19 Rémy Martin   64'
SH 20 Jean-Baptiste Élissalde   78'
CE 21 David Marty   70'
FB 22 Cédric Heymans
Coach:
  Bernard Laporte
New Zealand
FB 15 Leon MacDonald   74'
RW 14 Joe Rokocoko
OC 13 Conrad Smith
IC 12 Luke McAlister
LW 11 Sitiveni Sivivatu
FH 10 Dan Carter   60'
SH 9 Piri Weepu   55'
N8 8 Rodney So'oialo
OF 7 Richie McCaw (c)   57'
BF 6 Jerry Collins
RL 5 Ali Williams
LL 4 James Ryan
TP 3 Carl Hayman
HK 2 Anton Oliver   49'
LP 1 Tony Woodcock   67'
Replacements:
HK 16 Keven Mealamu   49'
PR 17 Neemia Tialata   67'
LK 18 Jason Eaton   57'
N8 19 Chris Masoe
FH 20 Byron Kelleher   55'
CE 21 Ma'a Nonu   60'
FB 22 Mils Muliaina   74'
Coach:
  Graham Henry

11 November 2006
17:00 WET
Ireland   32 – 15   South Africa
Try: Trimble
D. Wallace
Horan
Horgan
Con: O'Gara (3)
Pen: O'Gara (2)
Report[6] Try: F. Steyn
Habana
Con: A. Pretorius
Pen: A. Pretorius
Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Paul Honiss (New Zealand)
Ireland
FB 15 Girvan Dempsey
RW 14 Shane Horgan
OC 13 Brian O'Driscoll (c)
IC 12 Gordon D'Arcy
LW 11 Andrew Trimble   67'
FH 10 Ronan O'Gara   79'
SH 9 Peter Stringer   75'
N8 8 Denis Leamy
OF 7 David Wallace
BF 6 Neil Best   61'
RL 5 Paul O'Connell   79'
LL 4 Donncha O'Callaghan
TP 3 John Hayes
HK 2 Rory Best   79'
LP 1 Marcus Horan   67'
Replacements:
HK 16 Frankie Sheahan   79'
PR 17 Bryan Young   67'
LK 18 Malcolm O'Kelly   79'
FL 19 Simon Easterby   61'
SH 20 Isaac Boss   75'
FH 21 Paddy Wallace   79'
WG 22 Geordan Murphy   67'
Coach:
  Eddie O'Sullivan
South Africa
FB 15 Bevin Fortuin
RW 14 Jaco Pretorius   75'
OC 13 Bryan Habana
IC 12 Jean de Villiers
LW 11 François Steyn
FH 10 André Pretorius
SH 9 Ricky Januarie   4' to 9'
N8 8 Pierre Spies
OF 7 Juan Smith
BF 6 Danie Rossouw   67'
RL 5 Albert van den Berg
LL 4 Johan Ackermann   14'
TP 3 CJ van der Linde
HK 2 John Smit (c)
LP 1 Lawrence Sephaka   40'
Replacements:
HK 16 Chiliboy Ralepelle
PR 17 BJ Botha   40'
LK 18 Johann Muller   14'
N8 19 Jacques Cronjé   67'
FH 20 Ruan Pienaar   4'   9'
CE 21 Wynand Olivier   75'
FB 22 JP Pietersen
Coach:
  Jake White

Touch judges:
Bryce Lawrence (New Zealand)
Taizo Hirabayashi (Japan)
Television match official:
David Changleng (Scotland)

South Africa played in the kit worn by the 1906 touring squad, which was captained by Paul Roos.[7]


11 November 2006
15:00 CET
Italy   18 – 25   Australia
Pen: Pez (6)
Report[8] Try: Rogers
Shepherdson
Mortlock
Con: Mortlock (2)
Pen: Mortlock (2)
Stadio Flaminio, Rome
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)
Italy
FB 15 Gert Peens
RW 14 Kaine Robertson
OC 13 Gonzalo Canale
IC 12 Mirco Bergamasco
LW 11 Pablo Canavosio
FH 10 Ramiro Pez
SH 9 Paul Griffen
N8 8 Sergio Parisse
OF 7 Mauro Bergamasco
BF 6 Alessandro Zanni
RL 5 Marco Bortolami (c)
LL 4 Santiago Dellapè
TP 3 Martin Castrogiovanni
HK 2 Carlo Festuccia
LP 1 Andrea Lo Cicero
Replacements:
HK 16 Leonardo Ghiraldini
PR 17 Carlos Nieto  
LK 18 Carlo Del Fava
FL 19 Josh Sole  
SH 20 Simon Picone
FH 21 Andrea Scanavacca
WG 22 Walter Pozzebon
Coach:
  Pierre Berbizier
Australia
FB 15 Chris Latham
RW 14 Clyde Rathbone
OC 13 Stirling Mortlock (c)
IC 12 Stephen Larkham
LW 11 Lote Tuqiri
FH 10 Mat Rogers
SH 9 Matt Giteau
N8 8 Wycliff Palu
OF 7 George Smith
BF 6 Rocky Elsom
RL 5 Nathan Sharpe
LL 4 Mark Chisholm
TP 3 Guy Shepherdson
HK 2 Brendan Cannon
LP 1 Al Baxter
Replacements:
HK 16 Stephen Moore  
PR 17 Nic Henderson  
LK 18 Alister Campbell  
N8 19 Stephen Hoiles
FH 20 Josh Valentine
CE 21 Mark Gerrard
FB 22 Cameron Shepherd
Coach:
  John Connolly

Touch judges:
Alan Lewis (Ireland)
Hugh Watkins (Wales)


11 November 2006
14:30 GMT
Wales   38 – 20 Pacific Islanders
Try: M. Jones
Hook
Morgan
Byrne
Sweeney
Con: Sweeney (5)
Pen: Sweeney
Report[9] Try: Va'a
Mapusua
Ratuvou
Con: T. Pisi
Pen: T. Pisi
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 50,769
Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)
Wales
FB 15 Kevin Morgan
RW 14 Lee Byrne   60'
OC 13 Sonny Parker
IC 12 James Hook
LW 11 Mark Jones   53'
FH 10 Ceri Sweeney
SH 9 Mike Phillips   72'
N8 8 Alix Popham
OF 7 Gavin Thomas
BF 6 Alun Wyn Jones
RL 5 Robert Sidoli
LL 4 Michael Owen   72'
TP 3 Chris Horsman   56'
HK 2 T. Rhys Thomas   73'
LP 1 Duncan Jones (c)
Replacements:
HK 16 Huw Bennett   73'
PR 17 Adam Rhys Jones   56'
PR 18 Gethin Jenkins
LK 19 Jonathan Thomas   72'
SH 20 Gareth Cooper   72'
CE 21 Gavin Evans   60'
WG 22 Shane Williams   53'
Coach:
  Gareth Jenkins
Pacific Islanders
FB 15   Norman Ligairi
RW 14   Lome Fa'atau
OC 13   Seru Rabeni
IC 12   Seilala Mapusua   68'
LW 11   Sailosi Tagicakibau   19'
FH 10   Tusi Pisi
SH 9   Mosese Rauluni   74'
N8 8   Hale T-Pole   51'
OF 7   Nili Latu
BF 6   Semo Sititi
RL 5   Daniel Leo   17'
LL 4   Simon Raiwalui (c)
TP 3   Tevita Taumoepeau   68'
HK 2   Mahonri Schwalger   58'
LP 1   Justin Va'a
Replacements:
HK 16   Aleki Lutui   58'
PR 17   Census Johnston   68'
LK 18   Maama Molitika   17'
N8 19   Epi Taione   51'
FH 20   Junior Poluleuligaga   74'
CE 21   Seremaia Bai   68'
WG 22   Kameli Ratuvou   19'
Coach:
  Pat Lam

Touch judges:
Donal Courtney (Ireland)
Rob Debney (England)
Television match official:
George Clancy (Ireland)


11 November 2006
14:30 GMT
Scotland   48 – 6   Romania
Try: Beattie
Southwell (2)
Dewey
Godman
Hall
Cusiter
Con: Godman (5)
Pen: Godman
Report[10] Pen: Vlaicu (2)
Scotland
FB 15 Hugo Southwell   66'
RW 14 Simon Webster
OC 13 Marcus Di Rollo
IC 12 Rob Dewey
LW 11 Sean Lamont
FH 10 Phil Godman
SH 9 Mike Blair   60'
N8 8 Johnnie Beattie
OF 7 Kelly Brown
BF 6 Jason White (c)   54'
RL 5 Scott Murray
LL 4 Nathan Hines   54'
TP 3 Euan Murray   54'
HK 2 Dougie Hall   69'
LP 1 Gavin Kerr   52'
Replacements:
HK 16 Scott Lawson   69'
PR 17 Alan Jacobsen   52'
PR 18 Craig Smith   54'
LK 19 Jim Hamilton   54'
FL 20 Dave Callam   60'
SH 21 Chris Cusiter   60'
FB 22 Chris Paterson   66'
Coach:
  Frank Hadden
Romania
FB 15 Florin Vlaicu
RW 14 Gabriel Brezoianu
OC 13 Catalin Dascalu   52'
IC 12 Romeo Gontineac   52'
LW 11 Ion Teodorescu
FH 10 Ionuț Dimofte
SH 9 Valentin Calafeteanu   71'
N8 8 Ovidiu Tonița
OF 7 Cosmin Rațiu
BF 6 Florin Corodeanu   62'
RL 5 Cristian Petre
LL 4 Sorin Socol (c)
TP 3 Bogdan Bălan   44'
HK 2 Marius Tincu   71'
LP 1 Petru Bălan   68'
Replacements:
PR 16 Ion Paulică   44'
HK 17 Răzvan Mavrodin   71'
PR 18 Cezar Popescu   68'
FL 19 Valentin Ursache   62'
SH 20 Alexandru Lupu   71'
CE 21 Ionuţ Tofan   52'
CE 22 Minya Csaba Gál   52'
Coach:
  Daniel Santamans

Week 3Edit

17 November 2006
19:30 GMT
Wales   61 – 26   Canada
Try: G. Thomas
S. Williams
Rees
Penalty try
Peel
J. Thomas (2)
Sweeney
Shanklin
Con: Hook (8)
Report[11] Try: Pletch
Pyke
Con: Pritchard (2)
Pen: Pritchard (3)
Drop: Daypuck
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 74,022
Referee: Tony Spreadbury (England)
Wales
FB 15 Gareth Thomas (c)
RW 14 Mark Jones
OC 13 Tom Shanklin
IC 12 Sonny Parker   59'
LW 11 Shane Williams
FH 10 James Hook
SH 9 Dwayne Peel   59'
N8 8 Ryan Jones
OF 7 Martyn Williams
BF 6 Jonathan Thomas   70'
RL 5 Ian Evans   64'
LL 4 Ian Gough
TP 3 Adam Rhys Jones   64'
HK 2 Matthew Rees   52'
LP 1 Gethin Jenkins   52'   64'
Replacements:
HK 16 T. Rhys Thomas   52'
PR 17 Duncan Jones   52'
LK 18 Robert Sidoli   64'
FL 19 Alun Wyn Jones   70'
SH 20 Mike Phillips   59'
CE 21 Ceri Sweeney   59'
WG 22 Lee Byrne
Coach:
  Gareth Jenkins
Canada
FB 15 Ed Fairhurst
RW 14 Mike Pyke
OC 13 Ryan Smith
IC 12 Dave Spicer   40'
LW 11 James Pritchard
FH 10 Derek Daypuck
SH 9 Morgan Williams (c)   67'
N8 8 Sean-Michael Stephen
OF 7 Stan McKeen
BF 6 Mike Webb
RL 5 Mike Burak
LL 4 John Tait   26' to 32'
TP 3 Forrest Gainer   43'
HK 2 Mark Lawson   50'
LP 1 Kevin Tkachuk
Replacements:
HK 16 Pat Riordan   50'
PR 17 Dan Pletch   43'
PR 18 Mike Pletch
LK 19 Stu Ault   26'   32'
FL 20 Aaron Carpenter
FH 21 Ander Monro   40'
WG 22 Justin Mensah-Coker   67'
Coach:
  Patrick Parfrey

18 November 2006
14:30 GMT
England   23 – 21   South Africa
Try: Cueto
Vickery
Con: Goode (2)
Pen: Hodgson (2)
Goode
Report[12] Try: James
A. Ndungane
Con: James
Pen: James (2)
Drop: F. Steyn
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: 81,512
Referee: Steve Walsh (New Zealand)
England
FB 15 Josh Lewsey
RW 14 Mark Cueto
OC 13 Mathew Tait
IC 12 Jamie Noon
LW 11 Ben Cohen
FH 10 Charlie Hodgson   39'
SH 9 Peter Richards   69'
N8 8 Martin Corry (c)
OF 7 Pat Sanderson   57'
BF 6 Joe Worsley
RL 5 Ben Kay   57'
LL 4 Tom Palmer
TP 3 Julian White
HK 2 George Chuter   57'
LP 1 Andrew Sheridan   49'
Replacements:
HK 16 Lee Mears   57'
PR 17 Phil Vickery   49'
LK 18 Chris Jones   57'
FL 19 Lewis Moody   57'
SH 20 Shaun Perry   69'
FH 21 Andy Goode   39'
FB 22 Toby Flood
Coach:
  Andy Robinson
South Africa
FB 15 François Steyn
RW 14 Akona Ndungane
OC 13 Wynand Olivier
IC 12 Jean de Villiers
LW 11 Bryan Habana
FH 10 Butch James   57'
SH 9 Ricky Januarie   74'
N8 8 Jacques Cronjé   40'
OF 7 Danie Rossouw
BF 6 Pierre Spies
RL 5 Johann Muller
LL 4 Johan Ackermann   77'
TP 3 BJ Botha
HK 2 John Smit (c)
LP 1 CJ van der Linde   69'
Replacements:
HK 16 Chiliboy Ralepelle
PR 17 Deon Carstens   69'
LK 18 Albert van den Berg   77'
N8 19 Hilton Lobberts   40'
SH 20 Ruan Pienaar   74'
FH 21 André Pretorius   57'
FB 22 Bevin Fortuin
Coach:
  Jake White

18 November 2006
14:30 GMT
Scotland   34 – 22 Pacific Islanders
Try: di Rollo
Callam
Brown
Henderson
Con: Parks
Paterson (3)
Pen: Paterson
Drop: Di Rollo
Try: Caucaunibuca
Ratuvou (2)
Leo
Con: T. Pisi

18 November 2006
15:00 CET
Italy   16 – 23   Argentina
Try: Stanojevic
Con: Bortolussi
Pen: Bortolussi (3)
Try: Todeschini
Avramovic
Con: Todeschini (2)
Pen: Todeschini (3)
Stadio Flaminio, Rome
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa)

The Italian squad included seven players born in Argentina: Pablo Canavosio, Gonzalo Canale, Ramiro Pez, Sergio Parisse, Santiago Dellapè, Martin Castrogiovanni and Carlos Nieto. Of them, only Carlos Nieto was on the bench; the other six were part of the starting line-up.[13]


18 November 2006
21:00 CET
France   11 – 23   New Zealand
Try: Heymans
Pen: Yachvili (2)
Try: Rokocoko
Nonu
Con: Carter (2)
Pen: Carter (3)
Stade de France, Saint-Denis
Attendance: 82,000
Referee: Chris White (England)

19 November 2006
16:00 WET
Ireland   21 – 6   Australia
Try: Hickie
Murphy
Con: O'Gara
Pen: O'Gara (3)
Pen: Mortlock (2)
Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 43,000
Referee: Marius Jonker (South Africa)

Week 4Edit

25 November 2006
14:30 GMT
England   14 – 25   South Africa
Try: Cueto
Pen: Goode (3)
Try: Van der Linde
Con: Pretorius
Pen: Pretorius (2)
Drop: Pretorius (4)
Twickenham Stadium, London
Attendance: 82,000
Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland)

25 November 2006
14:30 GMT
Scotland   15 – 44   Australia
Try: Webster
Lamont
Con: Paterson
Pen: Paterson
Try: Larkham
Gerrard (2)
Moore
Latham
Con: Mortlock (5)
Pen: Mortlock (3)

25 November 2006
17:00 GMT
Wales   10 – 45   New Zealand
Try: M. Williams
Con: Hook
Pen: S. Jones
Try: McAllister
Sivivatu (3)
Penalty try
Con: Carter (2)
N. Evans (2)
Pen: Carter (4)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Dave Pearson (England)

25 November 2006
15:00 CET
France   27 – 26   Argentina
Try: Dominici (2)
Fritz
Con: Yachvili (3)
Pen: Yachvili (2)
Try: Longo
Hernández
Con: Contepomi (2)
Pen: Todeschini (2)
Contepomi (2)

25 November 2006
14:30 CET
Italy   41 – 6   Canada
Try: Bortolami
Stanojevic (2)
Zanni
Castrogiovanni
Con: Bortolussi (5)
Pen: Bortolussi (2)
Pen: Monro (2)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Wales 29-29 Australia". 4 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  2. ^ "England 20-41 New Zealand". 5 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  3. ^ "England 18-25 Argentina". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  4. ^ "France 3-47 New Zealand". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  5. ^ "Stats - allblacks.com". stats.allblacks.com. Retrieved 14 September 2017.
  6. ^ "Ireland 32-15 South Africa". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  7. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-05-31. Retrieved 2006-11-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ "Italy 18-25 Australia". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  9. ^ "Wales 38-20 Pacific Islanders". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  10. ^ "Scotland 48-6 Romania". 11 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  11. ^ "Wales 61-26 Canada". 17 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  12. ^ "England 23-21 South Africa". 18 November 2006. Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via news.bbc.co.uk.
  13. ^ Somos locales[permanent dead link] – Olé sports newspaper (in Spanish)
  14. ^ Road, Brendan Fanning Lansdowne (27 November 2006). "Rugby Union: Ireland 61 - 17 Pacific Islanders". Retrieved 14 September 2017 – via www.theguardian.com.

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