New Zealand Rugby World Cup Team 2015

2015 New Zealand Fixtures & Results at Rugby World Cup

20-Sep-15 New Zealand 26–16 Argentina Wembley Stadium, London
24-Sep-15 New Zealand 58-14 Namibia Olympic Stadium, London
2-Oct-15 New Zealand 43-10 Georgia Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
9-Oct-15 New Zealand 47-9 Tonga St. James' Park, Newcastle

Points Table

Team Pld W D L TF PF PA +/− BP Pts
New Zealand 2 2 0 0 11 84 30 +54 1 9

2015 Squad

Player Position Date of Birth Caps Franchise / Province
Dane Coles Hooker 10 December 1986 30 Hurricanes / Wellington
Keven Mealamu Hooker 20 March 1979 126 Blues / Auckland
Codie Taylor Hooker 31 March 1991 3 Crusaders / Canterbury
Wyatt Crockett Prop 24 January 1983 40 Crusaders / Canterbury
Charlie Faumuina Prop 24 December 1986 27 Blues / Auckland
Ben Franks Prop 27 March 1984 43 Hurricanes / Hawke's Bay
Owen Franks Prop 23 December 1987 72 Crusaders / Canterbury
Tony Woodcock Prop 27 January 1981 115 Blues / North Harbour
Brodie Retallick Lock 31 May 1991 41 Chiefs / Bay of Plenty
Luke Romano Lock 16 February 1986 20 Crusaders / Canterbury
Sam Whitelock Lock 12 October 1988 66 Crusaders / Canterbury
Sam Cane Flanker 13 January 1992 24 Chiefs / Bay of Plenty
Jerome Kaino Flanker 6 April 1983 60 Blues / Auckland
Richie McCaw (c) Flanker 31 December 1980 142 Crusaders / Canterbury
Liam Messam Flanker 25 March 1984 42 Chiefs / Waikato
Kieran Read Number 8 26 October 1985 77 Crusaders / Canterbury
Victor Vito Number 8 27 March 1987 28 Hurricanes / Wellington
Tawera Kerr-Barlow Half-back 15 August 1990 15 Chiefs / Waikato
TJ Perenara Half-back 23 January 1992 15 Hurricanes / Wellington
Aaron Smith Half-back 21 November 1988 41 Highlanders / Manawatu
Beauden Barrett First five-eighth 27 May 1991 30 Hurricanes / Taranaki
Dan Carter First five-eighth 5 March 1982 106 Crusaders / Canterbury
Colin Slade First five-eighth 10 October 1987 20 Crusaders / Canterbury
Malakai Fekitoa Centre 10 May 1992 11 Highlanders / Auckland
Ma'a Nonu Centre 21 May 1982 97 Hurricanes / Wellington
Conrad Smith Centre 12 October 1981 88 Hurricanes / Wellington
Sonny Bill Williams Centre 3 August 1985 26 Chiefs / Counties Manukau
Nehe Milner-Skudder Wing 15 December 1990 2 Hurricanes / Manawatu
Waisake Naholo Wing 8 May 1991 1 Highlanders / Taranaki
Julian Savea Wing 7 August 1990 35 Hurricanes / Wellington
Ben Smith Fullback 1 June 1986 41 Highlanders / Otago

Facts

Union New Zealand Rugby Union
Nickname(s) All Blacks
Emblem(s) Silver fern
Coach(es) Steve Hansen
Captain(s) Richie McCaw
Most caps Richie McCaw (142)
Top scorer Daniel Carter (1516)
Most tries Doug Howlett (49)

 

First international
Australia 3–22 New Zealand (15 August 1903)
Largest win
New Zealand 145–17 Japan (4 June 1995)
Largest defeat
Australia 28–7 New Zealand (28 August 1999)
World Cup
Appearances 7 (First in 1987)
Best result Champions, 1987, 2011
Official website
www.allblacks.com

New Zealand at Rugby World Cup 2011

Fixtures & Results

Date - Time Team Vs Team Venue - Location
09/09 - 20:30 New Zealand - Tonga Eden Park - Auckland
16/09 - 20:00 New Zealand  -  Japan Hamilton - Waikato Stadium
24/09 - 20:30 New Zealand  -  France Eden Park - Auckland
02/10 - 15:30 New Zealand  -  Canada Wellington - Wellington Regional Stadium

Squad

Player Position Caps Club/province
Hikawera Elliot Hooker 3 Hawke's Bay
Andrew Hore Hooker 50 Taranaki
Keven Mealamu Hookerv 83 Auckland
John Afoa Prop 30 Auckland
Owen Franks Prop 22 Canterbury
Neemia Tialata Prop 44 Wellington
Tony Woodcock Prop 74 North Harbour
Anthony Boric Lock 20 North Harbour
Tom Donnelly Lock 15 Otago
Brad Thorn Lock 51 Canterbury
Sam Whitelock Lock 13 Canterbury
Daniel Braid Flanker 6 Auckland
Jerome Kaino Flanker 37 Auckland
Richie McCaw(c) Flanker 94 Canterbury
Liam Messam Number 8 6 Waikato
Kieran Read Number 8 31 Canterbury
Jimmy Cowan Scrum-half 46 Southland
Andy Ellis Scrum-half 18 Canterbury
Alby Mathewson Scrum-half 4 Auckland
Dan Carter Fly-half 79 Canterbury
Stephen Donald Fly-half 22 Waikato
Ma'a Nonu Centre 57 Wellington
Conrad Smith Centre 45 Wellington
Sonny Bill Williams Centre 4 Canterbury
Hosea Gear Wing 7 Wellington
Cory Jane Wing 24 Wellington
Joe Rokocoko Wing 69 Auckland
Isaia Toeava Wing 31 Auckland
Mils Muliaina Fullback 94 Waikato

New Zealand Rugby World Cup 2011 Team Coaches

Name Years
Alex McDonald 1949
Tom Morrison 1950, 5, 55–56
Len Clode 1951
Arthur Marslin 1953–1954
Dick Everest 1957
Jack Sullivan 1958–1960
Neil McPhail 1961–1965
Ron Bush 1962
Fred Allen 1966–1968
Ivan Vodanovich 1969–1971
Bob Duff 1972–1973
John Stewart 1974–1976
Jack Gleeson 1977–1978
Eric Watson 1979–1980
Peter Burke 1981–1982
Bryce Rope 1983–1984
Sir Brian Lochore 1985–1987
Alex Wyllie 1988–1991
Laurie Mains 1992–1995
John Hart 1996–1999
Wayne Smith 2000–2001
John Mitchell 2002–2003
Graham Henry 2004–