Benjamin KAYSER

Benjamin Kayser - France - 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 11 October 2015

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    • POSITION
      Hooker
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Thursday, 26 July 1984
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Paris, France
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • France
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Benjamin KAYSER - France - 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Benjamin Kayser pictured during the quarter final against Ireland.

 

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FRANCE (32) v (10) ITALY. Saturday September 19th. 2015 Twickenham Stadium, London. (76,232)

Tries: Slimani 44 min, Mas 69min, Venditti 52 min. Cons: Michalak (2), Allan. Pens: Michalak (5), Allan.

 

FRANCE:

15. Scott Spedding, 14. Yoann Huget, 13. Mathieu Bastareaud, 12. Alexandre Dumoulin
11. Noa Nakaitaci, 10. Frédéric Michalak, 9. Sébastien Tillous-Borde, 8. Louis Picamoles
7. Damien Chouly, 6. Thierry Dusautoir (c), 5. Yoann Maestri , 4. Pascal Papé
3. Rabah Slimani, 2. Guilhem Guirado, 1. Eddy Ben Arous.


Replacements: 16. Benjamin Kayser (67min), 17. Vincent Debaty (61min),

18. Nicolas Mas (63 min), 19. Bernard Le Roux (66 min), 20. Alexandre Flanquart (69 min)
21. Morgan Parra (57 min), 22. Rémi Tales (76 min), 23. Gaël Fickou (55 min)

 

ITALY:

15. Luke McLean, 14. Leonardo Sarto, 13. Michele Campagnaro, 12. Andrea Masi
11. Giovanbattista Venditti, 10. Tommaso Allan, 9. Edoardo Gori, 8. Samuela Vunisa
7. Francesco Minto, 6. Alessandro Zanni, 5. Joshua Furno , 4. Quintin Geldenhuys
3. Martin Castrogiovanni, 2. Leonardo Ghiraldini (c), 1. Matías Agüero.

 

Replacements. 16.Andrea Manici (61 min), 17. Michele Rizzo (50 min), 18. Lorenzo Cittadini (50 min)
19. Valerio Bernabò (72 min), 20. Simone Favaro (61 min), 21. Guglielmo Palazzani (72 min)
22. Carlo Canna (79 min), 23. Enrico Bacchin (11 min).

Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa) 

 

 

 

FRANCE (38) v  (11) RUMANIA. Wednesday September 23rd. 2015. Olympic Stadium, London.

50,626. Tries: Guitoune 30min & 66 min, Nyanga 34 min, Fofana 69 min, Fickou 79 min,
V. Ursache 74 min. Cons:  Parra (3), Kockott (2) Vlaicu. Pens: Parra, Vlaicu (2)

FRANCE:

15. Brice Dulin, 14. Sofiane Guitoune, 13. Gaël Fickou, 12. Wesley Fofana, 11. Noa Nakaitaci
10. Rémi Tales, 9. Morgan Parra, 8. Louis Picamoles, 7. Fulgence Ouedraogo, 6. Yannick Nyanga,
5. Alexandre Flanquart, 4. Bernard Le Roux, 3. Uini Atonio, 2. Dimitri Szarzewski (c), 1. Vincent Debaty.

Replacements:
16. Benjamin Kayser (23 min), 17. Eddy Ben Arous (68 min), 18. Nicolas Mas (50 min),

20. Damien Chouly (50 min), 21. Rory Kockott (68 min).

 

RUMANIA:

15. Cătălin Fercu, 14. Mădălin Lemnaru, 13. Paula Kinikinilau, 12. Florin Vlaicu
11. Adrian Apostol, 10. Dănuț Dumbravă, 9. Florin Surugiu, 8. Mihai Macovei (c)
7. Viorel Lucaci, 6. Valentin Ursache, 5. Johannes van Heerden, 4. Valentin Popîrlan
3. Ion Paulică, 2. Otar Turashvili, 1. Mihai Lazăr.   

Replacements: 16. Andrei Rădoi (59 min), 17. Andrei Ursache (71 min), 18. Horațiu Pungea (36 min)
19. Ovidiu Tonița (68 min), 20. Stelian Burcea (72 min), 21. Valentin Calafeteanu (73min)
22. Ionuț Botezatu (72 min), 23. Csaba Gál (47 min)

Referee: Jaco Peyper (South Africa).

 

FRANCE (41) v (18) CANADA. 1st. October 2015. Stadium:MK, Milton Keynes, England. 28,145.
Tries: Fofana 4 min, Guirado 28 min, Slimani 38 min, Papé 67 min, Grosso 74 min: Van der Merwe 31 min,
Carpenter 34 min. Cons: Michalak (4), Parra, Pens: Michalak (2), Hirayama (2).

 
FRANCE: 15. Scott Spedding, 14. Rémy Grosso, 13. Mathieu Bastareaud, 12. Wesley Fofana,
11. Brice Dulin, 10. Frédéric Michalak, 9. Sébastien Tillous-Borde, 8. Damien Chouly, 7. Bernard Le Roux,
6. Thierry Dusautoir (c), 5. Yoann Maestri, 4. Pascal Papé,
3. Rabah Slimani, 2. Guilhem Guirado, 1. Eddy Ben Arous.
Replacements: 16. Benjamin Kayser (59 min), 17. Vincent Debaty (59 min), 18. Nicolas Mas (63 min),
19. Yannick Nyanga (68 min), 20. Fulgence Ouedraogo (73 min), 21. Morgan Parra (59 min)
22. Rémi Tales (68 min), 23. Alexandre Dumoulin (70 min).
 
CANADA: 15. Matt Evans, 14. Phil Mackenzie, 13. Ciaran Hearn, 12. Nick Blevins, 11. D.T H. van der Merwe
10. Nathan Hirayama, 9. Phil Mack, 8. Tyler Ardron (c) (19 min), 7. Richard Thorpe (48 min), 6. Kyle Gilmour,
5. Jamie Cudmore, 4. Brett Beukeboom, 3. Doug Wooldridge, 2. Aaron Carpenter, 1. Hubert Buydens.
Replacements: 16. Ray Barkwill (48 min), 17. Djustice Sears-Duru (48 min), 18. Andrew Tiedemann (68 min),
19. Evan Olmstead (62 min), 20. Nanyak Dala (72 min), 21. Gordon McRorie (66 min), 22. Harry Jones  (64 min),
23. Conor Trainor (64 min).

Referee: George Clancy (Ireland).

 

 

FRANCE (9) v (24) IRELAND. Sunday 11th. October 2015. Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales. (72,163).

Tries: R Kearney (50 min), Murray (72 min). Cons: Madigan. Pens: Sexton (2), Madigan (2), Spedding (2), Parra.

 

FRANCE:

15. Scott Spedding, 14. Noa Nakaitaci, 13. Mathieu Bastareaud, 12. Wesley Fofana, 11. Brice Dulin,
10. Frédéric Michalak, 9. Sébastien Tillous-Borde, 8. Louis Picamoles, 7. Damien Chouly, 6. Thierry Dusautoir (c),
5. Yoann Maestri, 4. Pascal Papé, 3. Rabah Slimani, 2. Guilhem Guirado, 1. Eddy Ben Arous.

Replacements: 16. Benjamin Kayser for Guiardo (58 min), 17. Vincent Debaty for Ben Arous (43 min), 18. Nicolas Mas for Slimani (63 min),

19. Alexandre Flanquart for Pape (73 min), 20. Bernard Le Roux for Chouly (55 min), 21. Morgan Parra for Tillous-Borde (55 min),

22. Remi Tales for Michalak (55 min), 19. Alexandre Dumoulin for Bastareaud (62 min).

 

IRELAND:

15. Rob Kearney, 14. Tommy Bowe, 13. Keith Earls, 12. Robbie Henshaw, 11. Dave Kearney, 10. Jonathan Sexton,
9. Conor Murray, 8. Jamie Heaslip, 7. Seán O'Brien, 6. Peter O'Mahony, 5. Paul O'Connell (c), 4. Devin Toner,
3. Mike Ross, 2. Rory Best, 1. Cian Healy.

Replacements: 16. Richardt Strauss for Best (73 min), 17. Jack McGrath for Healy (57 min), 18. Nathan White for Ross (65 min

19. Iain Henderson for O'Connell (40 min), 20. Chris Henry for O'Mahony (55 min), 21. Eoin Reddan for Murray (76 min),

22. Ian Madigan for Sexton (25 min), 23. Luke Fitzgerald for Earls (62 min).

Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales).