Tom CURRY

Tom CURRY - England - 2019 Rugby World Cup games.

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Date: 24 August 2019

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    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Tuesday, 16 June 1998
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Hounslow, England.
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Tom CURRY - England - 2019 Rugby World Cup games.

 

2019 Rugby World Cup Japan.

England's matches.


Pool C.


England (35) v (3) Tonga. (Tries: Tuilagi 2, George 1, Cowan-Dickie 1, Pen: Farrell 3/3

Con. Farrel 3/4).  Sapporo Dome. Sunday September 22nd. 2019.  Attendance 35.923.

England:

15. Elliot Daly, 14. Anthony Watson, 13. Manu Tuilagi, 12. Owen Farrell (c), 11. Jonny May (22. Henry Slade 52min),

10. George Ford (23. Jonathan Joseph 68 min), 9. Ben Youngs (21. Willi Heinz 56 min), 8. Billy Vunipola,

 7. Sam Underhill (20. Lewis Ludlam 55 min), 6. Tom Curry, 5. Maro Itoje,  4. Courtney Lawes (19. George Kruis 56 min),

 3. Kyle Sinckler (18. Dan Cole 58 min), 2. Jamie George (16. Luke Cowan-Dickie 58 min),

 1. Joe Marler  (17.  Ellis Genge 50 min).

Tonga:

15. David Halaifonua, 14. Atieli Pakalani (23. Nafi Tuitavake 40 min), 13. Siale Piutau (c), 12. Cooper Vuna, 11. Viliami Lolohea,

10. Kurt Morath (18. Maʻafu Fia 50 min), 9. Sonatane Takulua (21. Leon Fukofuka 61min), 8. Maama Vaipulu (20. Nasi Manu 58 min),

 7. Zane Kapeli, 6. Sione Kalamafoni. 5. Leva Fifita (19. Daniel Faleafa 72 min), 4. Sam Lousi, 3. Ben Tameifuna (22. James Faiva 50 min),

 2. Sosefo Sakalia (6. Siua Maile 61min), 1. Siegfried Fisiihoi (17. Latu Talakai 63 min).

 


England (45) v (7) United States.  (Tries: Ford 6m, Billy Vunipola 25m, Luke Cowan-Dickie 33m, Joe Cokanasiga 48m & 76m,

McConnochie 58m, Ludlam 67m.  Con: George Ford (7m, 26m, 60m, 69m & 77m). Try: Campbell (81m+1m) Con: AJ MacGinty (81+2m).

Thursday September 26th. 2019. Kobe Misaki Stadium. Attendance 27,194.

England:

15. Elliot Daly, 14. Ruaridh McConnochie (23. Anthony Watson 61 min), 13. Jonathan Joseph, 12. Piers Francis (22. Owen Farrell 50 min),

11. Joe Cokanasiga, 10. George Ford (C),  9. Willi Heinz (21. Ben Youngs 50 min), 1. Joe Marler (18. Kyle Sinckler 40 min),

 2. Luke Cowan-Dickie (16. Jack Singleton 69 min), 3. Dan Cole (17. Ellis Genge 40 min), 4. Joe Launchbury (19. Courtney Lawes 50 min),

 5. George Kruis, 6. Tom Curry, 7. Lewis Ludlam, 8. Billy Vunipola (20. Mark Wilson 40 min).

U.S.A.:

15. Will Hooley (19. Greg Peterson 49 min), 14. Blaine Scully (C), 13. Marcel Brache, 12. Paul Lasike (22. Bryce Campbell 60 min),

11. Martin Iosefo, 10. AJ MacGinty,  9. Shaun Davies (21. Ruben de Haas 49 min), 1. David Ainuu (17. Olive Kilifi 2 min),

 2. Joe Taufete'e (16. Dylan Fawsitt 59 min), 3. Titi Lamositele (18. Paul Mullen 42 min), 4. Ben Landry, 5. Nick Civetta, 

 6. Tony Lamborn (20. Hanco Germishuys, 60 min), 7. John Quill (RC 69min), 8. Cam Dolan.

 

 

Quarter-final.


England (40) v (16) Australia  (Tries: May 18m & 21m, Koroibete 43m, Sinckler 46m, Watson 76m. Cons: Farrell 4, Lealiifano 1,

Pens: Farrell 4. Lealiifano 3.   Oita Stadium, Saturday October 19th. 2019

England:

Elliot Daly, Anthony Watson, Henry Slade (George Ford 61 min), Manu Tuilagi (Jonathan Joseph 73 min), Jonny May; Owen Farrell (captain),

Ben Youngs (Willi Heinz 73 min), Mako Vunipola (Joe Marler 69 min), Jamie George (Luke Cowan-Dickie 69 min), Kyle Sinckler (Dan Cole 64 min),

Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes (George Kruis 64 min), Tom Curry, Sam Underhill (Lewis Ludlam 69 min), Billy Vunipola.

Australia:

Kurtley Beale, Reece Hodge, Jordan Petaia (James O’Connor 73) min, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Christian Lealiifano (Matt Toomua 53 min),

Will Genia (Nic White 61 min); Scott Sio (James Slipper 70 min), Tolu Latu (Jordan Uelese 66 min), Allan Alaalatoa (Taniela Tupou 61 min),

Izack Rodda, Rory Arnold (Adam Coleman 66 min), David Pocock, Michael Hooper (captain), Isi Naisarani (Lukhan Salakaia-Loto 69 min).

 

 

Semi-final.


England (19) v (7) New Zealand. (Tries: Tuilagi 2m, Savea 57m, Cons: Farrell, Mo'unga.  Pens: Ford  40m, 49m, 63m, 69m)

Saturday 26th. October 2019. Yokohama, Japan.

England:

Elliot Daly, Anthony Watson, Manu Tuilagi (Jonathan Joseph 74 min), Owen Farrell (C), Jonny May (Henry Slade 44 min), George Ford,

Ben Youngs (Willi Heinz 63 min); Mako Vunipola (Joe Marler 70 min), Jamie George (Luke Cowan-Dickie 70 min), Kyle Sinckler (Dan Cole 46 min),

Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes (George Kruis 55 min), Tom Curry, Sam Underhill (Mark Wilson 70) min, Billy Vunipola.

New Zealand:

Beauden Barrett, Sevu Reece, Jack Goodhue (Sonny Bill Williams 55 min), Anton Lienert-Brown, George Bridge (Jordie Barrett 50 min),

Richie Mo’unga, Aaron Smith (TJ Perenara 55 min), Joe Moody (Ofa Tuungafasi 63 min), Codie Taylor (Dane Coles 50 min),

Nepo Laulala (Angus Ta’avao 53 min), Brodie Retallick, Sam Whitelock (Patrick Tuipulotu 67 min), Scott Barrett (Sam Cane 40 min),

Ardie Savea, Kieran Read (C).

 

 

2019 Rugby World Cup Final.

 

South Africa (32) v (12) England.  (Tries: Mapimpi 66m, Kolbe 74m, Cons: Pollard 2 and 6 pens. Farrell 4 pens.)

Saturday 2nd. November 2019. Yokohama, Japan.

 

South Africa:

Willie le Roux (Frans Steyn 67 min), Cheslin Kolbe, Lukhanyo Am, Damian De Allende, Makazole Mapimpi,

Handre Pollard, Faf de Klerk (Herschel Jantjies 77 min),  Tendai Mtawarira (Steven Kitshoff 44 min),

Mbongeni Mbonambi (Malcolm Marx 22 min), Frans Malherbe (Vincent Koch 44 min), Eben Etzebeth (RG Snyman 60 min)

Lood de Jager (Franco Mostert 22 min), Siya Kolisi (C) (Francois Louw 64 min), Pieter-Steph Du Toit, Duane Vermeulen.

 

England:

Elliot Daly, Anthony Watson, Manu Tuilagi, Owen Farrell (C)), Jonny May (Jonathan Joseph 70 min),

George Ford (Henry Slade 50 min), Ben Youngs (Ben Spencer 75 min), Mako Vunipola (Joe Marler 46 min),

Jamie George (Luke Cowan-Dickie 60 min), Kyle Sinckler (Dan Cole 3 min), Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes (George Kruis h-t),

Tom Curry, Sam Underhill (Mark Wilson 60 min), Billy Vunipola.

 

South Africa win the World Cup for a third time, 1995, 2007 & 2019, equaling New Zealand's

three victories of 1987, 2011 & 2015. England, winners in 2003, finished runners-up for a third

time: 1991, 2007 and 2019.