Rhys CARRE

Rhys CARRE - Wales - 2019 Rugby World Cup games.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 31 August 2019

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    • POSITION
      Prop
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 08 February 1998
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Cardiff, Wales.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Wales
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Rhys CARRE - Wales - 2019 Rugby World Cup games.

2019 Rugby World Cup. Japan.


Group D.

 

Wales (29) v (17) Fiji.   Wednesday  9th. October.   (Oita)

Wales:

Liam Williams,  George North, Jonathan Davies (Owen Watkin 63 min), Hadleigh Parkes, Josh Adams (Tomos Williams 71 min),

Dan Biggar (Rhys Patchell 56 min), Gareth Davies; Wyn Jones (Rhys Carre 71 min), Ken Owens (Elliot Dee 67 min),

Tomas Francis (Dillon Lewis 71 min), Jake Ball (Aaron Shingler 71 min), Alun Wyn Jones (captain), Josh Navidi,

James Davies (Elliot Dee 12-18 min, Aaron Wainwright 68 min), Ross Moriarty.

 

Tries: Adams 18, 31, 61, L Williams 70. Cons: Biggar 2, Patchell. Pen: Patchell.

 

Fiji:

Kini Murimurivalu, Josua Tuisova, Waisea Nayacalevu, Levani Botia (Jale Vatubua 32 min), Semi Radradra; Ben Volavola,

Frank Lomani (Nikola Matawalu 67 min),  Campese Ma’afu (Eroni Mawi h-t), Samuel Matavesi (Mesulame Dolokoto 71 min),

Manasa Saulo (Peni Ravai 52 min), Tevita Cavubati (Api Ratuniyarawa 64 min), Leone Nakarawa,

Dominiko Waqaniburotu (captain), Semi Kunatani, Viliame Mata (Peceli Yato 62 min).

 

Tries: Tuisova 4m, Murimurivalu 9m, pen 54.

 

 

Wales (35) v (13) Uruguay.  Sunday 13th.  October.  (Kumamoto)

Wales:

Leigh Halfpenny, Josh Adams (Gareth Davies 69 min), Owen Watkin, Hadleigh Parkes, Hallam Amos; Rhys Patchell,

Aled Davies (Tomos Williams 60 min); Nicky Smith (Rhys Carre 52 min), Ryan Elias (Elliot Dee 52 min),

Dillon Lewis (Wyn Jones 64 min), Bradley Davies, Adam Beard, Aaron Shingler,

Justin Tipuric (captain) (James Davies 60 min), Aaron Wainwright (Ross Moriarty 60 min).

 

Tries: Smith 17m, Adams 49m, penalty 66m, Williams 74m, G Davies 84m. Cons: Halfpenny 4.

 

Uruguay:

Gaston Mieres (Rodrigo Silva 64 min),  Leandro Leivas, Juan Manuel Cat (Tomas Inciarte 73 min),

Andres Vilaseca (Juan Echeverria 78 min), Nicolas Freitas, Felipe Berchesi, Santiago Arata (Agustin Ormaechea 58 min),

Mateo Sanguinetti, German Kessler (Guillermo Pujadas 76 min), Diego Arbelo (Juan Pedro Rombys 52 min),

Ignacio Dotti (Diego Magno 58 min), Manuel Leindekar, Juan Manuel Gaminara (captain),

Santiago Civetta, Alejandro Nieto (Manuel Diana 58 min).

 

Try: Kessler 71m. Con: Berchesi. Pens: Berchesi 2.

 

 

Quarter-Final.


Wales (20) v (19) France.  Sunday  20th. October.  (Oita)

Wales:

Liam Williams, George North, Owen Watkin, Hadleigh Parkes, Josh Adams; Dan Biggar. Gareth Davies (Tomos Williams 54 min),

Wyn Jones (Rhys Carre 63 min), Ken Owens (Elliot Dee 76 min), Tom Francis (Dillon Lewis 63 min), Jake Ball (Adam Beard 63 min),

Alun Wyn Jones (captain), Aaron Wainwright, Justin Tipuric, Josh Navidi (Ross Moriarty 28 min).

 

Tries: Wainwright 12m, Moriarty 74m. Cons: Biggar 2. Pens: Biggar 2.

 

France:

Maxime Medard (Vincent Rattez 78 min),  Damian Penaud, Virimi Vakatawa, Gael Fickou, Yoann Huget,

Romain Ntamack (Camille Lopez h-t), Antoine Dupont (Baptiste Serin 73 min),  Jefferson Poirot (Cyril Baille 68 min),

Guilhem Guirado (captain) (Camille Chat 50 min), Rabah Slimani (Emerick Setiano 73) min, Bernard Le Roux (Louis Picamoles 66) min,

Sebastien Vahaamahina (RC 49 min), Wenceslas Lauret, Charles Ollivon, Gregorie Alldritt (Paul Gabrillagues 54 min).

 

Tries: Vahaamahina 5m, Ollivon 8m, Vakatawa 31m. Cons: Ntamack 2.

 

   

Semi-Final.

 

Wales (16) v (19) South Africa. (Tries: De Allende 57m, Adams 65m. Cons: Halfpenny, Pollard. Pens: Pollard 4, Biggar 3.)

Saturday 26th. October 2019. Yokohama, Japan. Attendance: 67,750

Wales:

Leigh Halfpenny,  George North (Owen Watkin 40 min), Jonathan Davies, Hadleigh Parkes, Josh Adams,

Dan Biggar (Rhys Patchell 58 min), Gareth Davies (Tomos Williams 48 min), Wyn Jones (Rhys Carre 55 min),

Ken Owens (Elliot Dee 73 min), Tomas Francis (Dillon Lewis 36 min), Jake Ball (Adam Beard 60 min), Alun Wyn Jones (C),

Aaron Wainwright (Aaron Shingler 68 min), Justin Tipuric, Ross Moriarty.

South Africa:

Willie le Roux (Frans Steyn 69 min), S’Busiso Nkosi, Lukhanyo Am, Damian De Allende, Makazole Mapimpi, Handre Pollard, Faf de Klerk,

Tendai Mtawarira (Steven Kitshoff 47 min), Mbongeni Mbonambi (Malcolm Marx 47 min), Frans Malherbe (Vincent Koch 47 min),

Eben Etzebeth (RG Snyman 53 min), Lood de Jager (Franco Mostert 58 min), Siya Kolisi (C) Francois Louw 69 min), Pieter-Steph Du Toit,

Duane Vermeulen.

 

 

Bronze Final.

 

Wales (17) v (40) New Zealand.  (Tries: Moody 5m, Barrett 13m, Amos 20m, B. Smith 32m, Crotty 42m, Adams 59m,

Mo'unga 76m. Con: Mo'unga 6m, 14m, 33m & 43m, Patchell 21m, Biggar 61m, Pens: Patchell 27m).

Friday 1st. November 2019. Tokyo Stadium, Chofu, Japan. Attendance 48,842

Wales:

Hallam Amos,  Owen Lane, Jonathan Davies, Owen Watkin (Hadleigh Parkes 60 min), Josh Adams, Rhys Patchell (Dan Biggar 46 min),

Tomos Williams (Gareth Davies 46 min), Nicky Smith (Rhys Carre 44 min), Ken Owens (Elliot Dee 44 min), Dillon Lewis (Wyn Jones 77 min),

Adam Beard, Alun Wyn Jones (C), (Jake Ball 56 min), Justin Tipuric, James Davies, Ross Moriarty (Aaron Shingler 46 min).

New Zealand:

Beauden Barrett, Ben Smith, Ryan Crotty (Jordie Barrett 56 min), Sonny Bill Williams (Anton Lienert-Brown 56 min), Rieko Ioane,

Richie Mo’unga, Aaron Smith (Brad Webber 56 min), Joe Moody (Atu Moli 56) min, Dane Coles (Liam Coltman 24 min),

Nepo Laulala (Angus Ta’avao 56 min), Brodie Retallick, Scott Barrett (Patrick Tuipulotu 60 min), Shannon Frizzell (Matt Todd 60),

Sam Cane, Kieran Read (C).