2003 Six Nations Championship


2003 Six Nations Championship

The 2003 Six Nations Championship was the fourth series of the Six Nations Championship. Including the previous incarnations as the Home Nations and Five Nations, this was the hundred-and-ninth series of the northern hemisphere rugby union championship. The annual tournament was won by England, who completed a tournament grand slam, and went on to win the 2003 Rugby World Cup later the same year.

Table

Results

Week 1

rugbybox
date = 2003-02-15
13:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 30 – 22
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Tries: De Carli
Festuccia
Phillips
Con: Dominguez (3)
Pen: Dominguez (2)
Drop: Dominguez
awayscore = Tries: Shanklin
S. Williams
Peel
Con: Harris (2)
Pen: Harris
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance = 20,000
referee = Joel Jutge flagicon|FRA
----rugbybox
date = 2003-02-15
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 25 – 17
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Try: Robinson
Con: Wilkinson Pen: Wilkinson (5)
Drop: Wilkinson
awayscore = Tries: Magne
Poitrenaud
Traille
Con: Merceron
stadium = Twickenham, London
attendance =
referee = Paul Honiss flagicon|NZL
----rugbybox
date = 2003-02-16
15:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 6 – 36
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Pen: Ross (2)
awayscore = Tries: Hickie
Murphy
Humphreys
Con: Humphreys (3)
Pen: Humphreys (5)
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =
referee = Andrew Cole flagicon|AUS

Week 2

rugbybox
date = 2003-02-22
14:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 13 – 37
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Try: Dallan
Pen: Dominguez
Pez
awayscore = Tries: Stringer
O'Driscoll
Kelly
Humphreys
Murphy
Con: Humphreys (3)
Pen: Humphreys (2)
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance =
referee = Tony Spreadbury flagicon|ENG
----rugbybox
date = 2003-02-22
17:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|WAL
score = 9 – 26
away = ru|ENG
homescore = Pen: Ceri Sweeney (3)
awayscore = Tries: Greenwood
Worsley
Con: Wilkinson (2)
Pen: Wilkinson (2)
Drop: Wilkinson (2)
stadium = Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
attendance =
referee = Steve Walsh flagicon|NZL
----rugbybox
date = 2003-02-23
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|FRA
score = 38 – 3
away = ru|SCO
homescore = Tries: Pelous
Poitrenaud
Traille
Rougerie
Con: Gelez (3)
Pen: Gelez (4)
awayscore = Pen: Paterson
stadium = Stade de France, Paris
attendance =
referee = Peter Marshall flagicon|AUS

Week 3

rugbybox
date = 2003-03-08
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|IRE
score = 15 – 12
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Pen: Humphreys (4)
Drop: Murphy
awayscore = Pen: Gelez (4)
stadium = Lansdowne Road, Dublin
attendance =
referee = Andre Watson flagicon|RSA
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-08
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 30 – 22
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Tries: Douglas
Taylor
Paterson
Con: Paterson (3)
Pen: Paterson (3)
awayscore = Tries: Cooper
Taylor
R. Williams
Con: S. Jones (2)
Pen: S. Jones
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =
referee = Pablo Deluca flagicon|ARG
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-09
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 40 – 5
away = ru|ITA
homescore = Tries: Lewsey (2)
Thompson
Simpson-Daniel
Tindall
Luger
Con: Wilkinson (4)
Dawson
awayscore = Try: Mi. Bergamasco
stadium = Twickenham, London
attendance =
referee = Alain Rolland flagicon|IRE|rugby

Week 4

rugbybox
date = 2003-03-22
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|WAL
score = 24 – 25
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Tries: S. Jones
M. Williams
Thomas
Con: S. Jones (3)
Drop: S. Jones
awayscore = Tries: Gleeson (2)
Pen:
Humphreys (4)
Drop: O'Gara
stadium = Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
attendance =
referee = Steve Lander flagicon|ENG
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-22
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 40 – 9
away = ru|SCO
homescore = Tries: Robinson (2)
Cohen
Lewsey
Con: Wilkinson (3)
Paul Grayson
Pen: Wilkinson (4)
awayscore = Pen: Paterson (3)
stadium = Twickenham, London
attendance =
referee = Alan Lewis flagicon|IRE|rugby
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-23
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 27 – 53
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Tries: Pez
Mi. Bergamasco
Persico
Phillips
Con: Pez (2)
Pen: Pez
awayscore = Tries: Traille (2)
Rougerie (2)
Betsen
Michalak
Castaignède
Con: Yachvili (6)
Pen: Yachvili (2)
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance =
referee = Nigel Williams flagicon|WAL

Week 5

rugbybox
date = 2003-03-29
13:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|FRA
score = 33 – 5
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Tries: Castaginède
Clerc
Michalak
Con: Yachvili (3)
Pen: Yachvili (4)
awayscore = Try: Gareth Thomas
stadium = Stade de France, Paris
attendance =
referee = Paddy O'Brien flagicon|NZL
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-29
15:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 33 – 25
away = ru|ITA
homescore = Tries: White
McLaren
Logan
Paterson
Con: Paterson (2)
Pen: Paterson (3)
awayscore = Tries: Mi. Bergamasco
Pez
Palmer
Con: Pez (2)
Pen: Pez (2)
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =
referee =
----rugbybox
date = 2003-03-30
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|IRE
score = 6 – 42
away = ru|ENG
homescore = Pen: Humphreys (2)
awayscore = Tries: Greenwood (2)
Dallaglio
Tindall
Luger
Con: Wilkinson (3)
Grayson
Pen: Wilkinson
Drop: Wilkinson (2)
stadium = Lansdowne Road, Dublin
attendance =
referee =

External links

* [http://www.rbs6nations.com/splash.htm Six Nations] - Official website


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