History of International Deaf Rugby Test Matches

New Zealand vs Argentina

DateMatchesResultsVenue
23 April 2016 Argentina vs New Zealand 15 - 19 La Tablada Rugby Club, Cordoba
  NEW ZEALAND: Try: Maare Tuare; Conversion: Darryl Alexander; Penalty goals: Darryl Alexander (4)
ARGENTINA: Tries: Durval Palomo, Penalty Try; Conversion: Juan Faiad; Penalty goals: Juan Faiad
30 April 2016 Argentina vs New Zealand 16 - 18 Estadio La Tablada, San Salvador of Jujuy
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Theo Waterhouse, Petaera Meihana; Conversion: Darryl Alexandera; Penalty goals: Darryl Alexander (2)
ARGENTINA: Try: Ivan Villegas; Conversion: Juan Faiad; Penalty goals: Juan Faiad (3)

New Zealand vs Australia

DateMatchesResultsVenue
14 June 2015 Australia vs New Zealand 15 - 13 Christchurch Park, Christchurch
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Herbie Agnew (1), Liam Collins (1); Penalty goal: Liam Collins (1); Conversions: 0; Drop goals: 0;
AUSTRALIA: Tries: Ross Pritchard (1), Dave Kearsey (1); Penalties: Paul Walker (1); Conversions: Paul Walker (1); Drop goals: 0;
Australia 12 - New Zealand 3 Half Time; Australia 15 - New Zealand 13 Full Time. Australia wins the Cochlear Cup.
Player of the Match: Dave Kearsey (Australia).
13 October 2013 Australia vs New Zealand 13 - 30 Viking Park, Canberra, Australia
  AUSTRALIA: Tries: K Endemann (1), D Kearsey (1); Penalties: Unknown player. Conversions: 0. Drop goals: 0.
NEW ZEALAND: Tries: E Elisara (1), T Waterhouse (1), D Ropata (1); Penalties: T Waterhouse (3); Conversions: T Waterhouse (3); Drop goals: 0;
Australia 3 - New Zealand 16 Half Time; Australia 13 - New Zealand 30 Full Time. New Zealand wins the Cochlear Cup.
27 October 2012 New Zealand vs Australia 20 - 22 North Harbour Stadium, Outer Oval, Auckland
  AUSTRALIA: Tries: P Young (1), D Hoffman (1), C Batten (1); Penalties: W Penfold (1); Conversions: W Penfold (2); Drop goals: 0;
NEW ZEALAND: Tries: M Findsen (1), M May (1), M Mitchell (1); Penalties: S Hellens (1); Conversions: S Hellens (1); Drop goals: 0;
Australia 10 - New Zealand 8 Half Time; Australia 22 - New Zealand 20 Full Time. Australia wins the Cochlear Cup.
19 August 2005 New Zealand vs Australia 10 - 8 Rugby Park, Christchurch
  NEW ZEALAND: Try: Theo Waterhouse, Conversion: Opeti Finaulangi, Penalty goal: Opeti Finaulangi.
AUSTRALIA: Try: Nick Steel Penalty goal: Paul Walker.
13 August 2005 New Zealand vs Australia 10 - 22 Cooks Gardens, Wanganui
  NEW ZEALAND: Try: Theo Waterhouse; Conversion: Theo Waterhouse; Penalty goal: Theo Waterhouse.
AUSTRALIA: Tries: Paul Erickson (2), Justin Steele, Paul Walker; Conversion: Paul Walker
18 August 2002 New Zealand vs Australia (DRWC) 23 - 13 Waitemata Park, Auckland
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Samuel Taua’a, Opeti Finaulangi; Conversions: Opeti Finaulangi (2), Penalty goals: Opeti Finaulangi (3).
AUSTRALIA: Try: Kevin Smith; Conversion: Craig Martin; Penalty goal: Craig Martin (2).
03 August 2002 Australia vs New Zealand 17 - 19 Sydney Olympic Stadium
  AUSTRALIA: Tries: David Page, Tuan Vin Chiem, Ben Brial; Conversion: Craig Martin.
NEW ZEALAND: Try: Darryl Alexander; Conversion: Opeti Finaulangi; Penalty goal: Opeti Finaulangi (4).
08 September 2001 Australia vs New Zealand 15 - 12 Waratahs Stadium, Concord
  AUSTRALIA: Tries: Chris Coulthard, Michael Conray; Conversion: Paul Welch; Penalty goal: Paul Welch.
NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Nicholas Down (2): Conversion: Steven Harvey.
01 September 2001 Australia vs New Zealand 0 - 25 T.G. Millner Field, Eastwood
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Darryl Alexander (2), Mark Siviter, Michael Waites; Conversion: Opeti Finaulangi; Penalty goal: Opeti Finaulangi.

NZ 5 win and 4 lost. NZ For 149 and Against 110.
Aust 4 win and 5 lost. Aust For 110 and Against 149.

New Zealand vs Wales

DateMatchesResultsVenue
24 August 2002 Wales vs New Zealand (DRWC Final) 28 - 14 Eden Park, Auckland
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Rodney Cole, Awhi Phillips; Conversions: Opeti Finaulangi (2).
WALES: Tries: Ioan Jones, Nigel Francis, Paul Watts; Conversions: Richard Evans (2); Penalty goals: Richard Evans; Dropped goals: Paul Watts, Mark Withey.
10 August 2002 New Zealand vs Wales (DRWC) 5 - 11 Eden Park, Auckland
  NEW ZEALAND: Try: Darryl Alexander.
WALES: Try: Mark Withey; Penalty goals: Richard Evans (2)
28 November 1998 Wales vs New Zealand 5 - 57 Stradey Park, Llanelli
  WALES: Try; Christopher Williams.
NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Kelly Hohaia (2), Awhi Phillips, Kevin Carroll, Hayden Teesdale, Henry Rogers, Kahu Broughton, Oliver Ferguson, Ben Robertson; Conversions: Hayden Teesdale (6).
22 November 1998 Wales vs New Zealand 3 - 55 The Gnoll, Neath
  WALES: Penalty goal: Jeff Richards.
NEW ZEALAND: Malcolm Matthewson (2), Kelly Hohaia (2), Ben Robertson, Tony Kuklinski, Henry Rogers, Mark Siviter, Penalty try; Conversions: Hayden Teesdale (5).
15 November 1998 Wales vs New Zealand 10 - 35 Rodney Parade, Newport
  WALES: Try: Anthony Lewis; Conversion: Paul Lewis; Penalty goal: Paul Lewis.
NEW ZEALAND: Tries: Kevin Carroll (2), Ben Robertson, Rodney Roberts, Campbell Morrison; Conversions: Hayden Teesdale (2); Penalty goals: Hayden Teesdale (2).

New Zealand vs South Africa

DateMatchesResultsVenue
04 August 1995 New Zealand vs South Africa 0 - 46 Onewa Domain, Takapuna, Auckland
  SOUTH AFRICA: Tries: Bennie Both (3), Johan van Zyl, Rudi van Eeden, Latie Bredenkamp, Barend van der Merwe, Andries Kotze; Conversions: Deon Bouwer (3).
NEW ZEALAND: Nil
29 July 1995 New Zealand vs South Africa 17 - 8 The Showground, Palmerston North
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: George Hiri, Penalty try; Conversions: Hayden Teesdale (2); Penalty goal: Hayden Teesdale.
SOUTH AFRICA: Try: Jaco van der Heever; Penalty goal: Deon Bouwer.
22 July 1995 New Zealand vs South Africa 15 - 22 Rugby Park, Christchurch
  NEW ZEALAND: Tries: George Hiri, Rodney Roberts; Conversion: Craig Haworth; Penalty goal: Craig Haworth.
SOUTH AFRICA: Tries: Jan Booyens, Rudi van Eeden, Jaco van der Heever, Raymond Jonkers; Conversion: Deon Bouwer.

International Deaf Test Overall Statistics

Nation Deaf vs Nation Deaf Test matches only

TeamPLWDLPFPAPDTCPGDGYCRC
Wales 33 27 0 6 1013 373 640 145 75 34 2 5 3
New Zealand 19 11 0 8 397 289 108 53 20 24 0 3 2
Australia 15 8 0 7 295 178 117 42 24 9 0 2 0
England 23 6 1 16 380 558 -178 51 28 23 0 5 2
South Africa 5 2 0 3 87 145 -58 14 4 3 0 1 1
France 6 2 0 4 58 113 -55 6 2 8 0 0 1
Scotland 7 1 1 5 74 232 -158 13 3 1 0 0 0
Samoa 1 1 0 0 20 19 1 2 2 2 0 0 0
Argentina 2 0 0 2 31 37 -6 3 2 4 0 2 0
Japan 6 0 0 6 24 239 -215 2 1 4 0 1 0
Italy 1 0 0 1 0 131 -131 0 0 0 0 0 0

Legend: Played (PL), Won (W), Drawn (D), Lost (L), Points for (PF), Points against (PA), Points Difference (PD), Tries (T), Conversions (C), Penalty goals (PG), Drop goals (DG), Yellow cards (YC), Red card (RC).

 

Ranks

  1. Wales
  2. New Zealand
  3. Australia
  4. England
  5. South Africa
  6. France
  7. Scotland
  8. Samoa
  9. Argentina
  10. Japan
  11. Italy

History of International Deaf Rugby team played against Club, Province or Regional

DateMatchesResultsVenue
27 April 2016 Deaf/Sordos Barbarians vs Suri RC 9 - 14 San Salvador of Jujuy
23 November 2008 Wales vs Eng/Ire/Scot Deaf XV 6 - 0 Pontypridd
16 August 2005 Australia vs Southern Deaf  6 - 0 Christchurch
09 August 2005 Australia vs Northern Deaf 12 - 0 Auckland
18 August 2002 Wales vs NZ Maori & Pacific Island 41 - 10 Auckland
17 August 2002 Japan vs NZ Maori & Pacific Island 20 - 17 Auckland
04 September 2001 New Zealand vs Invitation XV 27 - 12 Sydney
25 November 1998 New Zealand vs Swansea Deaf 30 - 3 Swansea
18 November 1998 New Zealand vs Pill Harriers Deaf 33 - 7 Newport
11 November 1998 New Zealand vs Laugharne RFC 28 - 42 Laugharne
09 August 1995 South Africa vs Sydney Deaf 30 - 0 Sydney
01 August 1995 South Africa vs Northern Deaf 43 - 0 Rotorua
26 July 1995 South Africa vs Central Deaf 54 - 0 Wellington
19 July 1995 South Africa vs Southern Deaf call off Christchurch

History of International Deaf Rugby played against National Rugby Representative (hearing)

DateMatchesResultsVenue
08 June 2013 Estonia A vs Wales Deaf 5 - 39 Tallinn
09 June 2012 Estonia A vs Wales Deaf 10 - 74 Tallinn
28 February 2009 England Deaf vs Estonia A 26 - 21 Folkestone

Information updated on 5th May 2016