2003 Scotland rugby union tour of South Africa

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2003 Scotland rugby union tour of South Africa
Summary
P W D L
Total
02 00 00 02
Test match
02 00 00 02
Opponent
P W D L
 South Africa
2 0 0 2

The 2003 Scotland rugby union tour of South Africa was a short series of matches played in June 2003 in South Africa by Scotland national rugby union team.

Results

7 June 2003
 South Africa 29–25  Scotland
Try: Halstead, Terblanche
Con: Koen 2
Pen: Koen 5
Try: Craig, Paterson, White
Con: Paterson 2
Pen: Paterson 2
Kings Park, Durban
Attendance: 37,000
Referee: Joel Jutge France

South Africa: Ricardo Loubscher, 14.Stefan Terblanche, 13.André Snyman, 12.Trevor Halstead, 11.Ashwin Willemse, 10.Louis Koen, 9.Joost van der Westhuizen (capt), 8.Lawrence Sephaka, 7.Danie Coetzee, 6.Richard Bands, 5.Bakkies Botha, 4.Hendrik Gerber, 3.Victor Matfield, 2.Wikus van Heerden, 1.Pedrie Wannenburg, – replacements: 20.Robbi Kempson, 21.Cobus Visagie, 22.Selborne Boome, 19.Juan Smith, 17.Jaco van der WesthuyzenNo entry : 16.Craig Davidson, 18.Gcobani Bobo
Scotland: 15.Glenn Metcalfe, 14.Chris Paterson, 13.Andy Craig, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Kenny Logan, 10.Gregor Townsend, 9.Bryan Redpath (capt), 8.Simon Taylor, 7.Andrew Mower, 6.Jason White, 5.Nathan Hines, 4.Scott Murray, 3.Bruce Douglas, 2.Gordon Bulloch, 1.Gavin Kerr, – replacements: 16.Robbie Russell, 18.Jon Petrie, 19.Martin Leslie, 22.James McLarenNo entry: 17.Gordon McIlwham, 20.Mike Blair, 21.Gordon Ross

14 June 2003
 South Africa 28–19  Scotland
Try: Terblanche
Con: Koen
Pen: Koen 6
Drop: Koen
Try: Craig
Con: Paterson
Pen: Paterson 4
Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Attendance: 55000
Referee: Scott Young Australia

South Africa: Jaco van der Westhuyzen, 14.Stefan Terblanche, 13.Marius Joubert, 12.Trevor Halstead, 11.Ashwin Willemse, 10.Louis Koen, 9.Joost van der Westhuizen (capt.), 8.Lawrence Sephaka, 7.Danie Coetzee, 6.Richard Bands, 5.Bakkies Botha, 4.Hendrik Gerber, 3.Victor Matfield, 2.Wikus van Heerden, 1.Pedrie Wannenburg, – replacements: 16.Robbi KempsonTemporarily suspended, 17.Cobus Visagie, 18.Selborne Boome, 19.Juan Smith, 21.Gcobani BoboNo entry : 20.Craig Davidson, 22.Brent Russell
Scotland: 15.Glenn Metcalfe, 14.Chris Paterson, 13.Andy Craig, 12.Andrew Henderson, 11.Kenny Logan, 10.Gregor Townsend, 9.Bryan Redpath (capt.), 8.Simon Taylor, 7.Andrew Mower, 6.Jason White, 5.Nathan Hines, 4.Scott Murray, 3.Bruce Douglas, 2.Gordon Bulloch, 1.Gavin Kerr, – replacements: 16.Robbie Russell, 17.Gordon McIlwham, 18.Jon Petrie, 19.Martin Leslie, 20.Mike Blair, 21.Gordon Ross, 22.Brendan Laney

References

  • "Trying time for Scots as Springboks defy analysis". theguardian.co.uk. 9 June 2003. Retrieved 27 May 2013. 
  • "South Africa v Scotland at Durban, Jun 7, 2003". ESPN Scrum. 7 June 2003. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 
  • "Scotland defiant in double defeat". theguardian.co.uk. 16 June 2003. Retrieved 27 May 2013. 
  • "South Africa v Scotland at Johannesburg, Jun 14, 2003". ESPN Scrum. 14 June 2003. Retrieved 31 May 2013. 

Notes

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