Australia’s Rugby World Cup Record: P48 W39 D0 L9

1987 Fourth
1991 Champions
1995 Quarter-finals
1999 Champions
2003 Runners-up
2007 Quarter-finals
2011 Third
2015 Runners-up

 

George Smith grapples with New Zealand

George Smith became the youngest man to hit 100 Tests when starting against New Zealand aged 29 years and four days, no shock that the openside is now considered one…

David Campese scores against Ireland

With 64 tries in 101 Tests, David Campese was for years the record try-scorer among the leading nations. But mere stats can't do justice to this coruscating Australian talent

Phillipe Sella of France

French centre Phillipe Sella was the first rugby player to reach 100 Test caps. But it's what he done in those 100 Tests that makes him one of the all

George Gregan of Australia

George Gregan is viewed as a rugby god in Australia. The talismanic scrum-half bagged 139 Test caps, a feat that cements him as one of the greatest players ever.

John Eales, 2001

John Eales's influence on rugby was so profound in his ten-year Test career that the second-row is widely regarded as Australia's greatest player