Who won the World Cup Rugby 2003?

Who won the World Cup Rugby 2003?

Ben Cohen
2003 Rugby World Cup/Winners

What is the name of the rugby team in New Zealand?

the All Blacks
The New Zealand men’s national rugby union team, commonly known as the All Blacks, represents New Zealand in men’s international rugby union, which is considered the country’s national sport. The team won the Rugby World Cup in 1987, 2011 and 2015.

Why is New Zealand’s rugby team called All Blacks?

Today the accepted view is the name “All Blacks” came about as a consequence of their uniform which was composed of black jersey, shorts and socks but that was not always the case.

Who was the New Zealand national rugby league team in 2003?

The Canterbury Bulls won the Cup by defeating the Marist Richmond Brothers 32-28 in the Grand Final. The New Zealand national rugby league team played Australia home and away, losing in Australia before defeating them 30-16 at North Harbour Stadium.

Why did Australia host the Rugby World Cup in 2003?

Australia won the right to host the 2003 World Cup without the involvement of New Zealand after a contractual dispute over ground signage rights between the New Zealand Rugby Football Union and Rugby World Cup Limited.

What was the Air New Zealand provincial championship in 2003?

The 2003 NPC, the Air New Zealand National Provincial Championship, had 3 Divisions with 10 teams in Division 1, 9 teams in Division 2 and 8 teams in Division 3. A promotion/relegation match was played between the bottom placed Division 1 team and the winner of Division 2.

Who was the coach of the New Zealand rugby team?

Graham Henry’s tenure as coach began with a double victory over 2003 Rugby World Cup winners England in 2004. The two games had an aggregate score of 72–15, and England were kept try-less. Despite the winning start to Henry’s tenure, the Tri-Nations was a mixed success with two wins and two losses.