★ 1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France
The 1990 Kangaroo Tour was the seventeenth Kangaroo Tour, where the Australian national rugby league team travelled to Europe and played eighteen matches against British and French club and representative rugby league teams, in addition to three Test matches against Great Britain and two Tests against the French. It followed the tour of 1986 and the next was staged in 1994.
This series was closer to the British team came to reclaim the ashes after winning the last in Australia in 1970. Britain won the first test at Wembley stadium and in the second test at old Trafford in Manchester, the match was tied at 10-all until the very last minute when Australia scored a late try to win the game. Australia then continued to easily win the third and decisive test and keep the ashes. Australia won both test series against England and France, suffering one defeat against England in the first test, and remaining undefeated in the tour matches against English clubs in the strip, which began in mid-1978 tour.
The 17th kangaroo tour was broadcast back to Australia on the ten network with commentary provided by Graham Hughes and David morrow. Also joined the team of the review at various stages, including the second ashes test at old Trafford, then, was the manly-Warringah coach and former New Zealand national Rugby League coach Graham Lowe, and captain kangaroo 1986, Wally Lewis. Channel 10 report was organized just jeans. ABC television tests against France with Warren Boland to provide comments.
1. The squads leadership. (Руководством дружины)
The team was coached by Bob Fulton making his third kangaroo tour, although his first as coach Fulton was captain kangaroo on his previous tour as a player in 1978. Mal Meninga was recording the third round and his first as captain, and the captain benny Victoria Elias, making his second round of tours was named Vice-captain. According to custom, the Australian Rugby League has appointed two leaders of the tour of Queensland and New South Wales Rugby League. Former captain kangaroo Keith Barnes was the Manager of the team from Australia, while the Le Stokes is the Manager of Victoria.
Other staff members were instructors Shaun McRae, who also acted as assistant coach of the Fultons, Brian "the Sheriff" Hollis, a world champion and a Boxing trainer johnny Lewis as the team conditioning. Manly-Warringah club doctor Nathan Gibbs, a former South Sydney and PARRAMATTA forward, who finished his playing career in 1984 to focus on his medical studies, was the doctor. Gibbs made a controversial decision in the course of the examination the selection rule tall kangaroos and, most likely, captain Wally Lewis for the tour and therefore cant make the third round together Meninga.
2. By club. (Клуб)
Touring side was represented by 18 New South Welsh and Queenslanders N 10 V.
- Balmain Tigers 3: Ben Elias vice-captain N, Steve Roach N, Paul Sironen N.
- St George Dragons 1: Brad Mackay.
- Newcastle Knights 1: Mark Sargent N.
- Western Suburbs Magpies 1: Bob Lindner Q.
- Cronulla Sutherland Sharks 2: Andrew Ettingshausen N, Mark McGaw N.
- Canberra Raiders 5: Mal Meninga captain Q, Gary Belcher Q, Laurie Daley N, Glenn Lazarus N, Ricky Stuart N.
- South Sydney Rabbitohs 1: Mark Carroll N.
- Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 3: Martin Bella Q, Des Hasler N, Cliff Lyons N.
- Penrith Panthers 4: Greg Alexander N, John Cartwright N, Brad Fittler N, Mark Geyer N.
- Brisbane Broncos 6: Michael Hancock Q, Chris Johns N, Allan Langer Q, Dale Shearer Q, Kerrod Walters Q, Kevin Walters Q.
- Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 1: David Gillespie N.
Mal Meninga was making his third kangaroo tour he has also toured in 1982 and 1986. Greg Alexander, Gary Belcher, Martin Bella, Ben Elias de Hasler, Bob Lindner, Steve roach, Dale Shearer and Paul Sironen was all tourists, 1986. For the rest of the team it was their first tour to kangaroo.
Kangaroo went with the four Midfielders in the team. Test current Allan Langer, Canberras former Wallaby and dual Premiership winning half of Ricky Stuart and former test halfbacks des Hasler and Greg Alexander – although Haslers ability to play almost anywhere on the back and the back of the classroom, saw his team utility player, and Alexander will play most of the tour as the reserve fullback to Gary Belcher, with two games on the wing: one against Widnes, the final round of games in the English leg, the other of the second test against France in the final game of the tour he also played most of the game against Castleford on the wing after replacing the injured Mark McGaw. Like Terry lamb in 1986, Alexander was selected for each game in the round, although unlike lamb, he did not appear in every game after not getting the replacement in the game against Wigan or in the second test of the ashes.
3. Great Britain. (Великобритании)
The Ashes series against great Britain saw a record aggregate crowd 133.684 part in the test series, easily beating the previous record 114.883 set during the 1948-49 kangaroo tour and some 66.130 more than took part in a series of ash 1988 in Australia. As with the 1982 and 1986 tours, games against Wigan at Central Park drew the largest attendance club tour kangaroo with the crowd 24.814.
The tour took place during the season, the Rugby football League 1990-91. Bradford the North was from the tour after he was fined by the RFL for Fielding almost in the reserves side against the touring New Zealand team in 1989.
Of the 13 games in kangaroos played in England, four of the teams was coached by Australians, while the other St Helens was coached by the new Zealander.
3.1. Great Britain. Test Venues. (Тестовые Площадки)
Three ashes series tests took place at the following venues.
Kangaroos skipper Mal Meninga, a crowd favourite at St Helens after playing with the club in 1984-85 and helping them to win the championship and the Lancashire Cup, returned to Knowsley road and have scored two attempts, including the opening try of the tour. Andrew Ettingshausen came into the side on the wing in place of Dale Shearer who was out of action due to the stretching of the abdominal muscles, and switched to a hat-trick of tries.
Referee Kevin Allatt sent 4 players in this game and the sin binning of 3 others. Sent from John Thompson WT, mark Carroll Aus Ricky Stuart and David Gillespie Aus who actually was sent back to communicate with the referee after the game finished. Billy Conway MAC, des Hasler and Dale Shearer ADR was sent to the penalty box during the game. In a media interview after the game, Australian coach Bob Fulton said it was something out of Fawlty towers and that he could not believe that the judge lost control. Fulton also added that the judge told him before the game that he was 48 years, the result of an Australian coach to think that he had to be home, near a warm fireplace with a Cup of tea and not refereeing in professional football.
In an English football club at that time, the players removed during a match had to face the RFL judiciary, including with visiting international teams. All three kangaroos, Carroll, Stewart and Gillespie, escaped suspension from the League, who agreed that seeing was enough punishment under the circumstances.
Penriths brad Fittler, who were aged 18 years and 247 days on game day and only 12 months earlier, was a member of the Australian schoolboys side, played in the centres and officially became the youngest ever kangaroo tourist.
The match against English club Wigan authorities is generally regarded as the kangaroo "4th test" in England. However, as the team held a week ago against St Helens, kangaroos won the match easily with Wigans only the result of going from a first half penalty try Sean Edwards, who was illegally demolished in pursuit of the ball Lindner was Bob Edwards was awarded the try, then it would still have scored and Wigan midfielder David Myers has beaten everyone to ground the ball in-goal. Joe Lydon converted and Wigan led 6-0 but then, the kangaroos took the game under their control. Two tries Ettingshausen and singles Michael Hancock and man of the match Harry Belcher saw a kangaroo the race to a 20-6 lead into half-time. And hopes to return to Wigan was snuffed out early in the second half, when Ettingshausen went on to his second hat-trick of the tour in just two games. Then trying brad McKay and Alfie Langer pushed the final score at 34-6 Australias highest result against the cherry and whites and only Mal Meningas continued poor shooting for goal 3 / 7 here stick it 1 / 6 of the St Helens kept the result may be even more.
Other than in the second test of the ashes where he did not get off the bench during the game, the only game in the tour that Greg Alexander not to enter the field. He was the only one of 4 reservists should not be used coach Fulton.
The match against Cumbria at Workington was a kangaroo just a game in 1990 against English counties and played in the rain. To play lock forward, des Hasler was the official man of the match, and Shearer Dale signaled his intentions with a hat-trick of tries. For Cumbrians, barrow midfielder and team captain Dean Marwood was their best player, using clever attacks to constantly turn the kangaroo defense around.
During the game against Leeds at Headingley, the hosts were kangaroo 10-6 at half time thanks to tries from former "All Blacks" defender John Gallagher and great Britain forward Paul Dixon, who was awarded a try after what turned out to be Leeds dominoes. It was the first time with hull F. C. led the kangaroos 7-0 on the strip during game 12 of the tour kangaroo in 1982 the British team of the Club, district or testing led tourists at halftime. All-in brawl in the first half, left the Australian five-eight Laurie Daley with a broken bone in his right hand, leaving him in doubt for the upcoming first test at Wembley stadium
3.2. Great Britain. The Ashes series. (Серии пепел)
After the sharp criticism of the French referee Alain Sablayrolles, who could not speak English, this will be the last time Ashes series was maintained by a Frenchman. From the 1992 the arbitrators will be from Australia, Britain and New Zealand.
3.3. Great Britain. First Test. (Первый Тест)
In the first international Rugby League played at Wembley for 17 years Ellery Hanley inspired a stirring first test win the lions in front of 54.569 fans, the largest test attendance in England and breaking the record 50.583 to set at old Trafford in the first Ashes test of the 1986 kangaroo tour.
Lions Mal Reilly called the expected direction, as did Bob Fulton. However, due to a broken hand suffered Laurie Daley in the game against Leeds, Fulton decided to continue the game Canberra raiders halfback Ricky Stuart at five-eighth in his debut test. The choice of Stuart saw how he became the 38th Australian dual Rugby international, previously played for team kangaroo Australian Rugby Union during a tour in 1987 in Argentina. Although not selected for the test, kangaroos forward mark Carroll had suffered a knee injury during the team first practice in London at the Crystal Palace ground, home of Londons only professional club League time Fulham. The injury required Carroll, which is arthroscopy, in which he did not return before the match against hull F. C. three weeks later.
Immediately after the starting whistle in a kangaroo have a taste of test football in England when Martin bell got the ball for the first strike up. The lions, knowing that they were kicked, and Australia was to handle the ball first, was a ball covered with vaseline to make it more slippery and Belle for the ball in the opening tackle during a stop in the game, the British coach out on the field with a towel for Andy Gregory to wipe the jelly from the ball, before he fed the scrum. Lions players was also criticized as it was seen that jelly smeared on the feet to make them harder to solve. Soon the lions opened the scoring after Bob Lindner was solved, and then played the ball forward. Sablayrolles held that Linder was a marker and a nervous Paul Eastwood scored a goal from a penalty kick, which rebounded from the post. Later Eastwoods next shot about 15 minutes and hit posts, but this time returned to the game, but fortunately for Australia Lindner was in place to receive the ball and prevent the Lions to score a try.
Kangaroo had difficulties with French referee interpretations free-kick count in the end favour of the hosts 17-7, but although the Lions enjoyed the bulk of possession, the Australians managed to weather the storm, and after the first half the score was locked at 2–all. Ellery Hanley and Garry Schofields tactic of kicking behind the line of defence of the kangaroos, and not having them forward, trying to Bash his way through this is the problem.
Despite a brilliant try in the second half, mark McGaw after Steve Hampson and Carl Gibson faced, trying to grab it and try to Mal Meninga, Australians had problems all day. The lions, led by Hanley and Schofield played better than expected, and after second half tries, Martin Offiah after the bomb was dropped on Belcher in front of the posts, the Australian defender was wounded in a perfectly timed tackle on Hanley, who chased his own kick and caused Belcher to spill the ball straight into the hands of the waiting Offiah, double with Eastwood, who scored the winning try and the ball at Schofield saw the famous Lions 19-12 win. After the victory in the final match of the series in 1988 in Sydney, it was great Britains second consecutive win over Australia and ended any hopes that the tour in 1990 to repeat a win-win 1982 and 1986 tours kangaroo.
Despite the match in midweek just four days after the test at Wembley, Mal Meninga played in the game against Warrington on their own. Former great Britain captain Mike Gregory made his return from injury on the native side. Australians aura of invincibility was broken the first test loss at Wembley, which gives hope not only Lions test side, but the other clubs are waiting to play kangaroo, and bill was flattered that kangaroo. It was not until late in the game that they put him out of Warringtons to achieve.
Kangaroo plays with the expected in the second part of the test. Dale Shearer was replaced by Michael Hancock on the wing. Cliff Lyons came in 5 / 8 and Ricky Stuart moved to midfield at the expense of Allan Langer, who played this game from the bench, he came on as a substitute Stuart only 8 minutes. Glenn Lazarus was replaced by Martin bell in the first row Bella also played off the bench while brad McKay entered the castle with Bob Lindner moved to the second row in place of John Cartwright again on the bench. Mark Tur McGaws ended just 20 minutes into the game after rupture of the medial ligament in his right knee. Unfortunately, the injury occurred when his knee came into casual contact with the leader Glenn Lazarus while couples decide Castleford reversal Graham Steadman, who had also hit my knee with McGaws, though without injury. In turn, Lazarus, required 17 stitches in a bad cut above his left eye and will not accept additional parts to replace the man who seemingly has lost his place dual Premiership win Canberra prop, Martin Bella.
In the middle of the second half, Castlefords Australian coach Darryl van der Velde defuse a potentially dangerous situation, replacing Lee crooks, who began to participate in a number of flare-UPS with kangaroo front rower Steve roach. Before stopping, the veteran crooks who made his test debut for the UK as a teenager against the 1982 kangaroos, was perhaps the Castlefords the best player on the day.
Halifax was only the 2nd team in division kangaroo faced in 1990 and was to prove its worth. However, in regular mode for British teams in the tour, after 15 minutes, their intensity decreases, and when a break in kangaroo already cruised to a 32-6 lead. With Mal Meninga and Ben Elias does not play and is expected to be named in the second test team, Bob Fulton handed the captaincy for the game Allan Langer. Mark Geyer got the ball rolling with the opening try after Halifax defender Steve Smith spilled a bomb Greg Alexander for his posts. Trying out mark Sargent, Alexander, Kevin Walters and double Chris Jones saw a kangaroo shoot with the Australian centre Greg Austin scored the only try for the hosts. In the unpleasant incident, as he moved behind her immediately after the break, Serena, Kevin Walters was hit on the head by a coin thrown from the crowd.
Halifax out-scored the kangaroos 12-4 in the second half, helped no end, and referee Brian Galtress, who have passed masters about 10 penalties 2 to the kangaroo in half of Halifax won the penalty count 15-6 and according to media reports, the Halifax coach Peter ROE deer was seen with stern words with the referee at half-time. Galtress also prohibited 3 Seemingly fair tries Australians in the second half, including one with Dale Shearer, who was offside Kevin Walters kick, despite television replays showed that the Shearer was about one meter behind Walters.
Soon after scoring Australias last attempt of the night in the middle of the second half, the test winger Michael Hancock injured ankle that forced him from the field. It will cost him what chances he has to keep his place in the side for the upcoming second test with team-mate, Brisbane Dale Shearer, eventually re-claiming his place in the Australian test wing.
3.4. Great Britain. Second Test. (Второй Тест)
Bob Fulton made a number of changes compared to the first test loss at Wembley. Dale Shearer returned to the wing in place of Michael Hancock. A knee injury against Castleford when his knee collided with the head of teammate Glenn Lazarus, who suffered a bad cut, requiring 17 stitches over the center mark McGaws tour with Laurie Daley returns to the test team to partner Meninga in the centres, despite a broken bone in his right hand. Cliff Lyons, who won the Premier League With manly in Fulton in 1987, was intended to make his test debut and Ricky Stuart moved to midfield in place of Allan Langer. Others go to parties benny Elias hooker for the first test with the 1988 world Cup final, Glenn Lazarus in the first row and play headgear to protect joints, while brad McKay came to the castle with Bob Lindner moves to the second row at the expense of John Cartwright, who dropped to the bench. Mal Reilly was stuck with the same side that won the first test, although the injury sidelined Fairbank Carl Bradford Leeds forward Roy Powell moved to the bench. Wigans Andy Platt joined the team in the front row and Paul Dixon back to his preferred second row.
After a tense opening during which neither side got a clear power, Dale Shearer made a welcome return to test football when he opened the account to try at the 18th minute of the first half after good preparation to play at Lyon, Stuart and Daley left the leaflet with a 35-metre run to the line. Meninga missed the conversion, and the result was a goal from a free kick to the Lions winger Paul Eastwood after Paul Sironen was punished for giving Denis Betts faces a sliding tackle to keep the score 4-2 in favor of Australia.
The lions battled back early in the second half to try to Dixon, who broke through the shearers tackle and was able to score after Mal Meninga and Gary Belcher fell from him when they collided with each other. Eastwood hooked the conversion attempt and the Lions were 6-4. Shortly after lions winger Martin Offiah went down with a leg injury and he was replaced by Paul loughlin, who saw Carl Gibson is forced to go on the wing.
Australia regained the lead thanks to a brilliant team try, cliff Lyons in his debut test. The ball went through 12 sets of hands with Lyon handling 3 times the traffic with a kangaroo refuses to give the ball to die before Stuart and Meninga the ball from Andrew Ettingshausen who raced down the right wing and centre kicked for Lyon to collect and score near the posts with Harry Schofield clinging to his waist, giving kangaroo 10-6 lead after Meninga landed the conversion.
Only ten minutes left, Britain was ready to release the ashes after twenty years with the interception try by replacement centre Laughlin at the end of the match. Ricky Stuart was sent to the pass to Meninga, but Laughlin called giraffe Bob Fulton intercepted him halfway and ran 50 metres to score, although he was suspended for converging Laurie Daley. After hooking his previous conversion attempt from virtually the same position, then Eastwood is asked to note the right foot Kicker goal loughlin, if he wanted to take the kick, but the centre of St Helens has decreased. S. F. hull winger then sliced pressure conversion attempt left of the posts. The kick was successful it would give the Lions 12-10 lead with time goes away.
However, the match remained tied at 10–all after Harry Schofield sensory seeker with less than 3 minutes, the UK was a kangaroo cornered only 10 metres from their line. After struggling to make the ground after the fight to win, for 4 tackle Ricky Stuart exhausted the penalty area by Lee Jackson and ran 75 metres downfield, leaving the Lions players, including Ellery Hanley in his Wake, before passing to mal Meninga in support who is legally the shoulders of Carl Gibson to complete the length of the field try that sealed the match for Australia and force the series decider. Meninga, who admitted that he was not happy with his goal kicking on the Tour, missed the conversion to his try, but its not a factor, as he heard the siren about the end of the game seconds after impact.
After several rounds, where kangaroos play at least two games in North-East British coast city, this will be the only game of the tour, the Australians played in the case. Although Australian Brian Smith was still officially the coach of the hull at that time, his assistant Noel Cleal is a member of the kangaroos in 1986 and the winner of the Premier League with manly-Warringah under Bob Fulton in 1987 was given coaching duties for the game. Cleal would take the post of coach of the hull at the end of the season, when Smith returned to Sydney to coach the St. George and at the time of this game, the housing was on top of the RFL ladder the position of Prime Minister. In an interview after the match, Cleal admitted that he was sitting on the fence in this game. As a coach of hull he wanted his side to win, but he also admitted that he was pleased to see that Australia is playing so well with the ashes decider to be played in 10 days. Giant striker mark Carroll back in the squad after suffering a knee injury during the team training a few days before the first test of the ashes about 3 weeks ago.
The game against Widnes was shrouded in mystery. In the middle of the second half, Paul Sironen was taken from the field with an eye injury and kangaroos team doctor Nathan Gibbs was diagnosed with a scratched retina. During the game, Australian captain Mal Meninga, reluctantly, filed a complaint against referee John Kedrew about Australian players always poke me in the eye when being addressed, was the case with Sironen alleged perpetrator was Widnes captain Kurt Sorensen, who later denied any intentional wrongdoing. Kangaroo management team and coach Bob Fulton was furious about the incident after the game, though the matter went no further for lack of any compelling video evidence. Injuries to Sironen put doubts on the upcoming third and deciding test of the ashes in Leeds.
The game against current world Champions amongst the clubs was a tight one that turned out to be the coldest day of the tour to England. Led by their inspirational Welsh Wizard protector, dual Rugby international Jonathan Davies, Widnes pushed kangaroos in the nearest game club the result of the tour with the kangaroos, finally, 15-8 victory thanks to tries man of the match Harry Belcher, who scored a goal after Meninga missed 3 attempts, and add tours only field-goal, Dale Shearer and Greg Alexander. "Brandy" played at Naughton Park, the scene of Australias last number-test loss in England in 1978, on the wing, Shearer moved into the centres in place of Laurie Daley, which was kept secret up until third test due to his broken right hand.
3.5. Great Britain. Third Test. (Третье Испытание)
In the third and final test of the ashes series, Australia had maintained their series in a row without losing the ashes from the UK won in Australia in 1970 and not losing them in England since 1959, with a 14-0 win in front of a Packed stadium and Elland road in Leeds. Australia ran in three tries to nil with Mal Meninga, Andrew Ettingshausen and benny Elias all crossing the line while the Lions rarely threatened the line of kangaroos in wet and slippery conditions.
Captain kangaroo Mal Meninga became the third Australian to score a try in each test of the ashes series after the legendary try-scoring winger Ken Irvine in 1962 and 1963, and in the most unexpected trio front row forward Sam came out in 1988.
Bob Fulton made only one change to the side from old Trafford with David Gillespie on the bench John Cartwright. Mel Riley is nothing like his former manly-Warringah partner and only changes to the bench with Jonathan Davis replacing Paul loughlin and Mike Gregory returning to the side in place of Sean Edwards.
This test also doubles as a round of the game in the 1989-1992 Rugby world Cup League.
The decisive test was held in wet and slippery conditions, though kangaroos have coped with the difficult conditions better than the hosts.
The Aussies first try Andrew Ettingshausen came when a kangaroo caught the Lions short in their defensive line. Center Carl Gibson got a head knock and was in the hands of the coaches. Unfortunately, he was still on the field that did not allow him to replace Jonathan Davis and make up the numbers. Stuart long pass by Ettingshausen allowed him to bypass Martin Offiah to score the only points of the first half after Meninga missed the difficult sideline conversion.
Later, in the second half, Meninga scored after Harry Schofield was vyskolznula Lions defensive line to try to intercept. However, the ball hit the first cliff Lyons and he immediately used the gap where Schofield had to send Meninga inside to score untouched under the posts. In the Elland road stands, the lions coach Mal Reilly and his assistant Phil larder could only look on in disbelief. Scofield, who was nicknamed "the poacher" because of his habit to run the line looking for intercepts, were warned before the game as Reilly and pantry, as well as his own club coach, former lions captain David ward not the defensive line, because the Australians were able to use any gap he created, and that is what happened. Meningas easy conversion of his try made Australia, what would wins 10-0 lead in the environment. With only minutes remaining, Elias put the result beyond doubt when he scooted from dummy half and scored in the corner to give Australia a well earned 14-0 win.
4. France. (Франция)
Australia: Greg Alexander, Dale Shearer, brad Fittler, Chris Jones, des Hasler, Kevin Walters, Allan Langer with mark Sargent, Kerrod Walters, Martin Bella, mark Carroll, mark Geyer, David Gillespie
Australia: Greg Alexander, Harry Belcher, brad Fittler, Chris Jones, des Hasler, Kevin Walters, Allan Langer with mark Sargent, Kerrod Walters, Martin Bella, mark Carroll, mark Geyer, David Gillespie
Defender Greg Alexander test defender Harry Belcher actually played on the wing had a field day against the French B team in Lyon, the checkpoint on 5 tries and kicking 13 goals from 13 attempts for a personal score of 46 points, which saw him become the first player to score more than 100 points in the round he finished the game with 104 points for the round.
4.1. France. First test. (Первый тест)
Kangaroo easy to have a gallant, but of a class of the French side in the first test in Avignon. Replacement halfback Greg Alexander, who came on after only 15 minutes of the first half Ricky Stuart, who stepped on the field malaise, continued their good form in France and moved on to a hat-trick of tries. He took it upon himself to beat on the gates of Mal Meninga and feet 7 / 8 giving it a personal career points 26 points as the kangaroos won the 8th match in a row against France 60-4.
The only change in the line of the kangaroo from the third test against great Britain David Gillespie coming off the bench to replace the injured Bob Lindner, with a giant Penrith back row forward mark Geyer on the bench during his debut test match.
Australia: Greg Alexander, Dale Shearer, Chris Johns, Andrew Ettingshausen, des Hasler, brad Fittler, Allan Langer with mark Sargent, Kevin Walters, Martin Bella, mark Geyer, mark Carroll, John Cartwright
4.2. France. Second Test. (Второй Тест)
Against the class of the French team, the kangaroos coach Bob Fulton allowed himself the luxury to mess with the test side for the final game of the tour. Laurie Daley was sidelined with a hamstring injury, which saw Dale Shearer move in the centres with Greg Alexander selected to play in the unfamiliar position of wing. Lindner, Bob returned to the side that saw David Gillespie to return to the bench, while mark Geyer was also sidelined with an injury and was replaced early Brisbane Broncos behind Chris Jones for his debut test.
After scoring in the first half to try, Greg Alexander performed a gymnastic flip, Alexander claimed that he wanted to do it in one of the English games, but felt the time was not right, given the circumstances with Australia is under pressure because of their first loss of the test. Kangaroos won the second test 34-10 against a much better French team at the Stade Gilbert Brutus in Perpignan.
5. Statistics. (Статистика)
Leading try scorer
- 15 by Andrew Ettingshausen.
Leading scorer points
- 156 by Greg Alexander 14 tries, 50 goals.
A large attendance
- 54.569 – First test vs Great Britain at Wembley Stadium.
The largest club attendance game
- 24.814 – Australia vs Wigan at Central Park.
Bob Lindner was named players player of the tour.
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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!online intellectual game →