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  2. 2. England Rugby World Cup Winners 2003 <ul><li>Introduction and Photos </li></ul><ul><li>The Team </li></ul><ul><li>The Group Stage </li></ul><ul><li>Quarter Final </li></ul><ul><li>Semi Final </li></ul><ul><li>Final </li></ul><ul><li>Bibliography </li></ul>
  3. 3. Click image to enlarge… Home T wenty teams, forty eight games, thirty eight thousand. fans per game, four weeks of Rugby heaven for any fan and the perfect outcome England crowned World Champions. Little did England know they were about to become the first ever Northern Hemisphere team to lift the Rugby World Cup (Webb Ellis Trophy). This presentation will take you though the blood sweat and the tears that the players went through to become World Champions.
  4. 4. Johnny kicking a drop goal which led to the victory in the final over Australia and England lifting the Webb Ellis Cup. Back
  5. 5. Martin Johnston Lifting Webb Ellis Cup after an outstanding performance by England. Back
  6. 6. Ben Cohen leaving Georgia in his wake on his way to what would be his first world cup victory Back
  7. 7. Jason Robinson after receiving his World Cup Winners Medal Celebrating with the fans. Back
  8. 8. Final score board from the World Cup Final showing England to be the Victors. Back
  9. 9. Matt Dawson Celebrating with the Webb Ellis Cup and Ben Cohen Back
  10. 10. The Webb Ellis Cup (Rugby World Cup Trophy) Back
  11. 11. The Team Starters: Trevor Woodman , Steve Thompson , Phil Vickery , Neil Back , Martin Johnson , Ben Kay , Richard Hill , Lawrence Dallaglio , Matt Dawson , Johnny Wilkinson , Mike Tindall , Ben Cohen , Will Greenwood , Josh Lewsey and Jason Robinson . Subs: Joe Worsley , Julian White , Dorian West , Simon Shaw , Mark Regan , Lewis Moody , Dan Luger , Jason Leonard , Danny Grewcock , Paul Grayson , Andy Gomarsall , Martin Corry , Mike Catt , Kyran Bracken , Iain Balshaw and Stuart Abbott . Coaching Staff: Andy Robinson (England Coach) and Sir Clive Woodward (England Head Coach). Click name for players and coaches profile… Home
  12. 12. Trevor Woodman Back (0) 22 England 1999-2004 (points) Caps National team(s) Gloucester Rugby Sale Sharks 1996/2004 2004-2005 Clubs Prop Position Playing career Rugby union career Commentator Occupation(s)    111 kg (17 st 7 lb) Weight 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) Height Plymouth, England Place of birth 4 August 1976 ) (age 31) Date of birth Trevor James Woodman Full name Personal information
  13. 13. Steve Thompson Back (15) (0) 47 2 England British and Irish Lions 2002-2006 2005     National team(s) (80) 107 Northampton Saints CA Brive 1998-2007 2007- (points) Caps Clubs Hooker Position Playing career Rugby union career Tommo/Wally/shrek Nickname 18 st 2 lb (115 kg) Weight 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Height Hemel Hempstead, England Place of birth 15 July 1978 ) (age 29) Date of birth Steve Geoffrey Thompson Full name Personal information
  14. 14. Phil Vickery Back (10) (0) 64 3 England British and Irish Lions 1998- 2001 (points) Caps National team(s) Gloucester Rugby Wasps 1995-2006 2006- (points) Caps Clubs Prop Position Playing career Rugby union career Raging Bull Nickname 19 st 8 lb (122 kg) Weight 6 ft 3 in (1.90 m) Height Barnstaple, Devon, England Place of birth 14 March 1976 ) (age 32) Date of birth Philip John Vickery Full name Personal information
  15. 15. Neil Back Back (83) (5) 66 5 England British and Irish Lions 1994-2003 1997,2001,2005     National team(s) (315) 130 Leicester Tigers 1997-2004 (points) Caps Clubs Openside flanker Position Playing career Rugby union career Rugby union coach Occupation(s)    Woodlands School, Coventry School Backy Nickname 14 st 0 lb (89 kg) Weight 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Height Coventry, England Place of birth January 16 1969 ) (age 39) Date of birth Neil Antony Back MBE Full name Personal information
  16. 16. Martin Johnson Back (10) (0) 84 8 England British and Irish Lions 1993-2003 1993,1997,2001     National team(s) 307 Leicester Tigers 1989-2005 (points) Caps Clubs Lock Position Playing career Rugby union career Johnno Nickname 18 st 10 lbs (119 kg) Weight 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) Height Solihull, West Midlands Place of birth March 9, 1970 ) (age 38) Date of birth Martin Osborne Johnson Full name Personal information
  17. 17. Ben Kay Back (10) (0) 59 1 England British and Irish Lions 2001- 2005     National team(s) (35) 111 Leicester Tigers 1999- (points) Caps Clubs Lock Position Playing career Sir John Kay (father) Notable relative(s)    Loughborough University College Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby School M'Lud Nickname 17 st 9 lbs (112 kg) Weight 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) Height Liverpool, England Place of birth 14 December 1975 ) (age 32) Date of birth Benedict James Kay Full name Personal information
  18. 18. Richard Hill Back (60) (0) 71 5 England British and Irish Lions 1997-2008 1997-2005     National team(s) (110 - Guinness Premiership) 275 Saracens F.C. 1993-2008 (points) Caps Professional clubs To 1993 Amateur clubs Flanker Position Playing career Rugby union career West London Institute (now Brunel University) College Bishop Wordsworth's School School The Silent Assassin Nickname 17 st 0 lb (108 kg) Weight 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Height Dormansland, Surrey, England Place of birth May 23 1973 ) (age 35) Date of birth Richard Anthony Hill MBE Full name Personal information
  19. 19. Lawrence Dallaglio Back (85) (0) 85 3 England Lions 1995–2007 1997, 2001, 2005 (points) Caps National team(s) Wasps FC / London Wasps 1990–2008 (points) Caps Clubs Flanker or Number eight Position Playing career Rugby union career Kingston University College King's House School Ampleforth College School Muely Nickname 17 st 9 lb (112 kg) Weight 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Height Shepherd's Bush, London Place of birth August 10, 1972 ) (age 35) Date of birth Lorenzo Bruno Nero Dallaglio Full name Personal information
  20. 20. Matt Dawson Back 1995-2006 1997, 2001, 2005     National team(s) (693) (30) 246 44 Northampton London Wasps 1991-2004 2004-2006 (points) Caps Clubs Scrum-half Position Playing career Rugby union career 90 kg (14 st 2 lb) Weight 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) Height Birkenhead, England Place of birth 31 October 1972 ) (age 35) Date of birth Matthew James Sutherland Dawson Full name Personal information
  21. 21. Jonny Wilkinson Back (1,032) (67) 70 6 England British Lions 1998- 2001-2005     National team(s) (1,907) 156 Newcastle Falcons 1997- (points) Caps Professional clubs Fly-half, Inside Centre Position Playing career Rugby union career Professional rugby union footballer Occupation(s)    Lord Wandsworth College School 13 st 12 lb (88 kg) Weight 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Height Frimley, Surrey, England, United Kingdom Place of birth May 25 1979 ) (age 29) Date of birth Jonathan Peter Wilkinson Full name Personal information
  22. 22. Mike Tindall Back (64) 55 England 2000- (points) Caps National team(s) Bath Gloucester Rugby 1997-2005 2005- (points) Caps Clubs Centre Position Playing career Rugby union career Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield. School 16 st 7 lb (105 kg) Weight 6 ft 2 in (1.87 m) Height Otley, Leeds, England Place of birth 18 October 1978 ) (age 29) Date of birth Michael James Tindall Full name Personal information
  23. 23. Ben Cohen Back 146 (320) 4 (5) Northampton Saints Brive 1996 ‐ 07 2007 ‐ Apps (points) Club Years Senior clubs* 11 Number Brive Current club Wing / Outside Centre Position(s) Club information Big Ben, Air Ben, Benji Nickname(s) 16 st 3 lb (103 kg) Weight 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Height Northampton, England Place of birth September 14, 1978 ) (age 29) Date of birth Ben Christopher Cohen MBE Full name Personal information
  24. 24. Will Greenwood Back (155) (0) 55 3 England British and Irish Lions 1997-2004 1997-2001-2005     National team(s) (70) (307) 25 151 Leicester Tigers Harlequins 1996-2000 1994-96,2000-06 (points) Caps Clubs Centre Position Playing career Rugby union career Dick Greenwood (father) Notable relative(s)    University of Durham College Sedbergh School School 15 st 10 lbs (100 kg) Weight 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) Height Blackburn, Lancashire, England Place of birth October 20 1972 ) (age 35) Date of birth William John Heaton Greenwood Full name Personal information
  25. 25. Josh Lewsey Back (110) (0) 55 3 England British and Irish Lions 1998- 2005 (points) Caps National team(s) London Wasps (points) Caps Professional clubs Fullback, Wing, Centre, Fly-Half (Sevens) Position Playing career Rugby union career Bristol University College Watford Boys Grammar School School OJ Nickname 13 st 10 lbs (87 kg) Weight 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Height Bromley, Kent, England Place of birth November 30 1976 ) (age 31) Date of birth Owen Joshua Lewsey Full name Personal information
  26. 26. Jason Robinson Back (140) (10) 51 5 England British and Irish Lions 2001–07 2001 & 2005     National team(s) (248) (24) 159 13 Sale Sharks Bath 2000–2007 1996 (points) Caps Clubs Full back, wing Position Playing career Rugby union career Billy Whizz, Robbo, Stumpy. Nickname 12 st 11 lb (81 kg) Weight 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) Height Leeds, England Place of birth July 30, 1974 ) (age 33) Date of birth Jason Thorpe Robinson Full name Personal information
  27. 27. Joe Worsley Back (45) 65 England 1999- (points) Caps National team(s) London Wasps 1993- (points) Caps Clubs Flanker Position Playing career Rugby union career Brunel University College Melon Head Nickname 17 st 5 lbs (110 kg) Weight 6 ft 4 in (1.95 m) Height London, England Place of birth 14 June 1977 ) (age 31) Date of birth Joseph Paul Richard Worsley Full name Personal information
  28. 28. Julian White Back (0) (0) 44 England British and Irish Lions 2000- Present     National team(s) (5) 50 Crusaders Bridgend RFC Saracens Bristol Leicester Tigers 1997 1998-1999 1999-2002 2002-2003 2003- (points) Caps Clubs Prop Position Playing career Rugby union career 18 st 12 lb (120 kg) Weight 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Height Plymouth, England Place of birth 14 May 1973 ) (age 35) Date of birth Julian White Full name Personal information
  29. 29. Back Dorian West (15) 21 England 1998-2003     National team(s) (45) 78 Leicester Tigers 1997-2004 (points) Caps Clubs Hooker Position Playing career Rugby union career Rugby union coach Occupation(s)    100 kg (15 st 10 lb) Weight 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Height Wrexham, Wales Place of birth 5 October 1967 ) (age 40) Date of birth Dorian Edward West Full name Personal information
  30. 30. Back Simon Shaw (10) 48 England British and Irish Lions Barbarians 1996 ‐ 1997 ‐ 05     National team(s) (93) 200 Bristol London Wasps Dunedin Pirates 1990-1997 1997 ‐ (points) Caps Senior Clubs lock Position Playing career Rugby union career University of the West of England College Kings and Runnymede Colleges Godalming Sixth Form College School Shawsy, Gentle Giant Nickname 19 st 10 lb (124 Kg) Weight 6 ft 9 in (2.05 m) Height Nairobi, Kenya Place of birth September 1, 1973 ) (age 34) Date of birth Personal information
  31. 31. Back Mark Regan (15) (0) 46 1 England British and Irish Lions 1995-present, 1997-2005     National team(s) (30) (30) 69 113 Bath Leeds Tykes Bristol Rugby 1997-2002 2002-2005 1991-1997, 2005- (points) Caps Clubs Hooker Position Playing career Rugby union career St. Brendan's Sixth Form College School Ronnie Nickname 15 st 10lbs (100 kg) Weight 5 ft 9 in (1.77 m) Height Bristol, England Place of birth January 28 1972 ) (age 36) Date of birth Mark Peter Regan Full name Personal information
  32. 32. Back Lewis Moody (45) (5) 53 2 England British and Irish Lions 2001- 2005     National team(s) (70) 86 Leicester Tigers 1996- (points) Caps Clubs Flanker Position Playing career Rugby union career Crazy Horse, Mad Dog Moody Nickname 16 st 7 lbs (105 kg) Weight 6 ft 4 in (1.95 m) Height Ascot, England Place of birth 12 June 1978 ) (age 29) Date of birth Lewis Walton Moody Full name Personal information
  33. 33. Back Dan Luger (120) 38 England 1998-2003 2005 (points) Caps National team(s) Saracens, Harlequins Perpignan (points) Caps Clubs Wing Position Playing career Rugby union career 93 kg (14 st 9 lb) Weight 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Height Chiswick, England Place of birth January 11 1975 ) (age 33) Date of birth Daniel Darko Luger Full name Personal information
  34. 34. Back Jason Leonard (5) (0) 114 5 England British and Irish Lions 1990-2004 1993,1997,2001 (points) Caps National team(s) Saracens Harlequins (points) Caps Clubs Prop Position Playing career Rugby union career 17 st 7 lb (111 kg) Weight 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Height Barking, Essex, England Place of birth August 14 1968 ) (age 39) Date of birth Jason Leonard Full name Personal information
  35. 35. Back Danny Grewcock (10) (0) 69 4 England Lions 1997- 2001,2005 (points) Caps National team(s) Coventry R.F.C. Saracens Bath 1996-97 1997-01 2001- (points) Caps Clubs Lock Position Playing career Rugby union career 18 st 8 lb (118 kg) Weight 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) Height Coventry, England Place of birth November 7, 1972 ) (age 35) Date of birth Daniel Jonathan Grewcock Full name Personal information
  36. 36. Back Paul Grayson (400) 32 England 1995-2004     National team(s) (1353) 114 Northampton Saints 1997-2005 (points) Caps Clubs Fly-half Position Playing career Rugby union career Rugby coach Occupation(s)    13 st 12 lbs (88 kg) Weight 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Height Chorley, Lancashire, England Place of birth 30 May 1971 ) (age 37) Date of birth Personal Information Paul James Grayson Full name
  37. 37. Back Andy Gomarsall (37) 35 England 1996-     National team(s) (75) (10) 96 24 London Wasps Bath Bedford Gloucester Rugby Worcester Warriors Harlequins xxxx-1993 1993-1998 1998-1999 1999-2001 2001-2005 2005-2006 2006- (points) Caps Clubs Scrum-half Position Audley House Prep School Bedford School Playing Career School Gomars Nickname 14 st 2 lb (90 kg) Weight 5 ft 9 in (1.77 m) Height Durham, England Place of birth July 24, 1974 ) (age 33) Date of birth Andrew Charles Thomas Gomarsall MBE Full name Personal information
  38. 38. Back Martin Corry (30) (0) 64 1 England British and Irish Lions 1997-2007     National team(s) (70) 148 Leicester Tigers 1997- (points) Caps Clubs Number eight, Flanker, Lock Position Playing career Rugby union career 17 st 9 lb (112 kg) Weight 6 ft 5 in (1.95 m) Height Birmingham, England Place of birth 12 October 1973 ) (age 34) Date of birth Martin Edward Corry Full name Personal information
  39. 39. Back Mike Catt (142) (0) 75 1 England British and Irish Lions 1994-2007 1997     National team(s) (43) 220 46 Bath London Irish 1992-2004 2004- (points) Caps Clubs Fullback, Fly-half, Inside centre, Outside centre, Wing Position Playing career Rugby union career 13 st 8 lb (86 kg) Weight 5 ft 9 in (1.77 m) Height Port Elizabeth, South Africa Place of birth September 17, 1971 ) (age 36) Date of birth Michael John Catt Full name Personal information
  40. 40. Back Kyran Bracken (15) 51 England 1993-2003 (points) Caps National team(s) Bristol Saracens (points) Caps Professional clubs Scrum-half Position Playing career Rugby union career University of Bristol College Stonyhurst College, Hurst Green, Lancashire School 82 kg (12 st 13 lb) Weight 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) Height Dublin, Ireland Place of birth 22 November 1971 ) (age 36) Date of birth Kyran Paul Patrick Bracken Full name Personal information
  41. 41. Back Iain Balshaw (65) (0) 35 3 England British and Irish Lions 2000- 2001     National team(s) 33 (55) Bath Leeds Gloucester 1998-2004 2004-2006 2006- (points) Caps Senior Clubs Fullback / Wing Position Playing career Rugby union career Stonyhurst College School 14 st 11 lb (94 kg) Weight 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Height Blackburn, England Place of birth 14 April 1979 ) (age 29) Date of birth Iain Robert Balshaw Full name Personal information
  42. 42. Back Stuart Abbott (10) 9 South Africa U23 England 2003-2007     National team(s) (0) (0) 2 17 Leicester Tigers Stormers London Wasps Harlequins 1999-2000 2001 2001-2006 2006-2007 (points) Caps Clubs Centre Position Playing career Rugby union career Stellenbosch University College 89 kg (14 st 0 lb) Weight 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) Height Cape Town, South Africa Place of birth 3 June 1978 ) (age 30) Date of birth Stuart Richard Abbott Full name Personal information
  43. 43. Back Andy Robinson (England Coach) Bath Rugby England Edinburgh Rugby Scotland A 1997-2000 2004-2006 2007-present Coaching career (4) 8 England 1988-1995 (points) Caps National team(s) 13 st 0 lb (88 kg) Weight 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Height Taunton, Somerset Place of birth April 3 1964 ) (age 44) Date of birth Andrew Robinson Full name Personal information
  44. 44. Back Sir Clive Woodward (England Head Coach) Henley London Irish Bath England British and Irish Lions 1990-1994 1994-1997 1994-1997 1997 1997-2004 2005 Coaching career Director of Elite Performance for the British Olympic Association Occupation(s)    Loughborough University College School Ely, Cambridgeshire, England Place of birth January 6 1956 ) (age 52) Date of birth Clive Ronald Woodward Full name Personal information
  45. 45. The Pool Stage Game 2 and 3 Home 0 0 200 46 4 0 0      Georgia 4 0 255 56 3 0 1      Uruguay 10 2 117 138 2 0 2      Samoa 15 3 60 184 1 0 3      South Africa 19 3 47 255 0 0 4      England Points BP Against For Lost Drawn Won Team England 84 – 6 Georgia Tries: Tindall, Dawson, Thompson, Back, Dallaglio, Greenwood(2), Regan, Cohen(2), Robinson, Luger Con: Wilkinson(5), Grayson(4) Pen: Wilkinson(2) Pen: Urjukashvili, Jimsheladez Game 1
  46. 46. The Pool Stage Game 4 Game 1 Home South Africa 6 – 25 England Pen: Koen(2) Tries: Greenwood Con: Wilkinson Pen: Wilkinson (4) Drop: Wilkinson (2) Game 2 England 35 – 22 Samoa Tries: Back, Penalty Try, Balshaw, Vickery Con: Wilkinson(3) Pen: Wilkinson(2) Drop: Wilkinson Tries: Sititi Con: Va’a Pen: Va’a (5) Game 3
  47. 47. The Pool Stage Home Game 2 and 3 The Story of the pool stage and journey for England through to the Quarter Final. Samoa gave England a fright with an adventurous approach that allowed them to take an early lead. However, England's superior fitness saw them through. The big clashes ran mainly to form. A disappointing South Africa limped through the pool, eventually capitulating to England to relegate them to a difficult quarter final against New Zealand England 111 – 13 Uruguay Tries: Moody, Lewsey(5), Balshaw(2), Catt(2), Gomarsall(2), Luger, Abbott, Robinson(2), Greenwood Con: Grayson(11), Catt(2) Tries: Lemoine Con: Menchaca Pen: Menchaca(2) Game 4
  48. 48. Quarter Final Home England 28 – 17 Wales Try: Greenwood Con: Wilkinson Pen: Wilkinson(6) Drop: Wilkinson Tries: S.Jones, Charvis, M.Williams Con: Harris
  49. 49. Semi Final The boot of Jonny Wilkinson was the difference between the two sides, with England coming out victors. Home Click Video to start… France 7 – 24 England Try: Besten Con: Michalak Pen: Wilkinson(5) Drop: Wilkinson(3)
  50. 50. Final Home Next Australia 17 – 20 England Try: Tuqiri Pen: Flatley(4) Try: Robinson Pen: Wilkinson(4) Drop: Wilkinson
  51. 51. Back The final between Australia and England was played at Sydney's Telstra Stadium in front of a crowd of 82,957. Australia opened the scoring after they decided to run a penalty instead of kicking for touch. Lote Tuquiri beat England's right wing, Jason Robinson, to a high cross-field kick and went over for the first try, but Elton Flatley was not able to add the conversion. England dominated the rest of the half, opening up a 9-5 lead after Australian indiscipline gave away several penalties, but were unable to capitalise on their dominance. They nearly crossed the line on one occasion, when the Australian defence was stretched after a mistake and Ben Kay was given a potential try-scoring pass. He fumbled the ball over the line. Television replays showed Kay's reaction in four-letter words. Towards the end of the first half, England stretched their lead further. Lawrence Dallaglio made a break and popped the ball inside to Jonny Wilkinson, who drew the defence before putting Robinson away in the corner for a try. The conversion was missed, but England went in at half time leading by 14-5. In the second half Australia tightened their discipline, and solid play forced mistakes from England. The game swung from end to end, with both sides having try-scoring opportunities, but neither able to take them. Australia managed to get points on the board and Elton Flatley scored two penalties to make the score 14-11 to England. In the 79th minute, Australia were putting pressure on England in their half. England had a scrum and just needed to keep hold of the ball until time elapsed. Several scrums were reset after the front rows failed to engage properly and finally, the referee, , gave a controversial penalty to Australia, despite England's scrum dominating the rest of the game. Flatley converted it with the last kick of normal time to tie the score 14-14 and take it to 20 minutes' extra time. England opened the scoring in extra time with another Wilkinson penalty, but with two and a half minutes of extra time remaining Australia were awarded another penalty, which Flatley kicked successfully. With 21 seconds left before sudden death, Wilkinson scored a drop goal to win the match and with it the world championship. Final Next Previous
  52. 52. The Final in Video Please click image for game highlights… Please click image for game highlights… Back Previous
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