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Lote Tuqiri - Australia - 2007 Rugby Union World Cup Finals.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 06 October 2007

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    • POSITION
      Winger
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Sunday, 23 September 1979
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Namatakula, Fiji
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Australia
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Lote TUQIRI - Australia - 2007 Rugby Union World Cup Finals.

Lote Tuqori pictured playing for Australia against England in Marseille.

 

Australia 37 Canada 6
Chaban Delmas Stadium, Bordeaux (29.09)

Australia: 15 Chris Latham; 14
Cameron Shepherd, 13 Lote Tuqiri, 12
Adam Ashley-Cooper, 11 Drew Mitchell;
10 Julian Huxley, 9 Sam Cordingley; 8
David Lyons, 7 George Smith (c), 6
Hugh McMeniman, 5 Mark Chisholm,
4 Nathan Sharpe, 3 Al Baxter,
2 Adam Freier, 1 Greg Holmes

Replacements: 20 Stephen Hoiles
for Lyons (46), 16 Sean Hardman
for Freier (60), 19 Phil Waugh for
Sharpe (72), 21 George Gregan for
Cordingley (74)

Tries: Baxter, Freier, Smith,
Mitchell (2), Latham
Conversions: Shepherd (2)
Penalty Goals: Huxley

Referee: Chris White (England)

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Australia 10 England 12
Stade Velodrome, Marseille (06.10)

Australia: 15 Chris Latham; 14 Adam
Ashley-Cooper, 13 Stirling Mortlock (c),
12 Matt Giteau, 11 Lote Tuqiri; 10
Berrick Barnes, 9 George Gregan; 8
Wycliff Palu, 7 George Smith, 6 Rocky
Elsom, 5 Dan Vickerman, 4 Nathan
Sharpe, 3 Guy Shepherdson, 2 Stephen
Moore, 1 Matt Dunning

Replacements: 17 Al Baxter for
Shepherdson (64), 18 Hugh McMeniman
for Elsom (64), 20 Phil Waugh for Smith
(64), 22 Drew Mitchell for Ashley-Cooper
(64), 16 Adam Freier for Moore (73),
19 Stephen Hoiles for Palu (76)

Tries: Tuqiri
Conversions: Mortlock
Penalty Goals: Mortlock

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Referee: Alain Rolland (Ireland)

 

 

 

Lote Tuqiri is pictured above during the match against Wales at the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

Australia won the game 32 - 20. Photo George Herringshaw.  ©

 

Australia 91 Japan 3
Stade Gerland, Lyon (08.09)

Australia: 15 Chris Latham; 14 Adam Ashley-
Cooper, 13 Stirling Mortlock (c), 12 Matt Giteau
11 Lote Tuqiri; 10 Stephen Larkham, 9 George
Gregan; 8 Wycliff Palu, 7 George Smith, 6 Rocky
Elsom, 5 Dan Vickerman, 4 Nathan Sharpe, 3 Al
Baxter, 2 Stephen Moore, 1 Matt Dunning

Replacements: 18 Hugh McMeniman for Sharpe
(51), 17 Guy Shepherdson for Baxter (51-68) &
for Dunning (68), 20 Berrick Barnes for Larkham
(55), 21 Drew Mitchell for Ashley-Cooper (59), 19
Stephen Hoiles for Palu (68), 16 Adam Freier for
Moore (68), 22 Mark Gerrard for Mortlock (69-71)

Tries: Sharpe, Elsom (3), Ashley-Cooper,
Latham (2), Barnes (2), Mitchell (2), Smith, Freier
Conversions: Mortlock (7), Giteau (3)
Penalty Goals: Mortlock (2)

Referee: Alan Lewis (Ireland)

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Australia 32 Wales 20
Millenium Stadium, Cardiff (15.09)

Australia: 15 Chris Latham; 14 Drew Mitchell,
13 Stirling Mortlock (c), 12 Matt Giteau, 11 Lote
Tuqiri
; 10 Berrick Barnes, 9 George Gregan;
8 Wycliff Palu, 7 George Smith, 6 Rocky Elsom,
5 Dan Vickerman, 4 Nathan Sharpe, 3 Guy
Shepherdson, 2 Stephen Moore, 1 Matt Dunning

Replacements: 21 Scott Staniforth for Mortlock
(h-t), 20 Phil Waugh for Smith (64), 19 Stephen
Hoiles for Palu (67), 16 Adam Freier for Moore
(71), 17 Al Baxter for Shepherdson (75), 18 Mark
Chisholm for Elsom (78), 22 Julian Huxley for
Barnes (80)

Tries: Giteau, Mortlock, Latham (2)
Conversions: Mortlock (2), Giteau
Penalty Goals: Mortlock
Drop Goals: Barnes

Referee: Steve Walsh (New Zealand)

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Australia 55 Fiji 12
Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier (23.09)

Australia: 15 Chris Latham; 14 Drew Mitchell,
13 Adam Ashley-Cooper, 12 Matt Giteau, 11 Lote
Tuqiri
; 10 Berrick Barnes, 9 George Gregan (c);
8 Wycliff Palu, 7 Phil Waugh, 6 Rocky Elsom,
5 Dan Vickerman, 4 Mark Chisholm, 3 Guy
Shepherdson, 2 Stephen Moore, 1 Matt Dunning

Replacements: 16 Adam Freier for Moore (58),
17 Greg Holmes for Dunning (58), 18 Hugh
McMeniman for Elsom (58), 20 Sam Cordingley
for Gregan (58), 21 Scott Staniforth for
Barnes (62), 19 Stephen Hoiles for Palu (66),
22 Julian Huxley for Staniforth (68)

Tries: Giteau (2), Mitchell (3), Ashley-Cooper,
Hoiles
Conversions: Giteau (4)
Penalty Goals: Giteau (3)
Drop Goals: Barnes

Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)