2005 Six Nations Championship

2005 Six Nations Championship

The 2005 RBS 6 Nations Championship was the sixth series of the Six Nations Championship to be held since the competition expanded in 2000 to include Italy. Including the previous incarnations as the Home Nations and Five Nations, this was the hundred-and-eleventh series of the northern hemisphere rugby union championship. Before 1910 the competition was the Home Nations Championship contested by England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The teams competing, along with their home venues, were:

*England: Twickenham, London
*France: Stade de France, Saint-Denis, Paris
*Ireland: Lansdowne Road, Dublin
*Italy: Stadio Flaminio, Rome
*Scotland: Murrayfield, Edinburgh
*Wales: Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

Unlike most rugby union competitions, the Six Nations has not adopted a bonus point system. Match winners receive two points, with one for a draw and none for a loss. The first tiebreaker is point differential.

Final table

Results

Week 1

rugbybox
date = 2005-02-05
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|FRA
score = 16 – 9
away = ru|SCO
homescore = Try: Traille 80+4' c
Con: Michalak
Pen: Delaigue 51', 57'
Drop: Delaigue 78'
awayscore = Pen: Paterson (3) 3', 40', 43'
stadium = Stade de France, Paris
attendance = 78,069
referee = Nigel Williams flagicon|WAL
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-05
17:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|WAL
score = 11 – 9
away = ru|ENG
homescore = Try: S. Williams 11' m
Pen: S. Jones 25'
Henson 77'
awayscore = Pen: Hodgson (3) 16', 50', 74'
stadium = Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
attendance = 74,500
referee = Steve Walsh flagicon|NZL
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-06
14:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 17 – 28
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Try: Castrogiovanni 80+7' m
Pen: Orquera 8'
de Marigny (3) 38', 44', 63'
awayscore = Tries: Murphy 29' m
Stringer 50' c
Hickie 80+2' c
Con: O'Gara (2)
Pen: O'Gara (3) 22', 55', 79'
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance = 24,026
referee = Paddy O'Brien flagicon|NZL

Week 2

rugbybox
date = 2005-02-12
13:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 8 – 38
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Try: Orquera 11' m
Pen: de Marigny 45'
awayscore = Tries: J. Thomas 5' c
Shanklin 22' m
M. Williams 40+4' c
Cockbain 56' c
S. Williams 60' c
Sidoli 77' m
Con: S. Jones (4)
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance = 24,800
referee = Andrew Cole flagicon|AUS
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-12
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 13 – 40
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Tries: Southwell 13' m
Petrie 60' m
Pen: Paterson 10'
awayscore = Tries: O'Kelly 25' c
O'Connell 40+2' m
Hickie 44' c
Hayes 75' m
Duffy 80+2' c
Con: O'Gara (2)
Humphreys
Pen: O'Gara (3) 19', 39', 50'
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =64,826
referee = Joël Jutge flagicon|FRA
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-13
15:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 17 – 18
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Tries: Barkley 19' c
Lewsey 36' c
Con: Hodgson (2)
Pen: Hodgson 27'
awayscore = Pen: Yachvili (6) 5', 30', 55', 61', 68', 75'
stadium = Twickenham, London
attendance =82,000
referee = Paddy O'Brien flagicon|NZL

Week 3

rugbybox
date = 2005-02-26
14:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 18 – 10
away = ru|ITA
homescore = Pen: Paterson (6) 5', 33', 51', 54', 76', 80+2'
awayscore = Try: Masi 80+6' c
Con: de Marigny
Pen: de Marigny 23'
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =63,823
referee = Stuart Dickinson flagicon|AUS
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-26
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|FRA
score = 18 – 24
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Tries: Yachvili 4' c
Rougerie 14' m
Con: Yachvili
Pen: Yachvili 28'
Drop: Michalak 65'
awayscore = Tries: M. Williams (2) 42' c, 45' m
Con: S. Jones
Pen: S. Jones (3) 26', 40+5', 68'
Drop: S. Jones 75'
stadium = Stade de France, Paris
attendance =80,000
referee = Paul Honiss flagicon|NZL
----rugbybox
date = 2005-02-27
15:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|IRE
score = 19 – 13
away = ru|ENG
homescore = Try: O'Driscoll 59' c
Con: O'Gara
Pen: O'Gara (2) 10', 13'
Drop: O'Gara (2) 4', 35'
awayscore = Try: Corry 7' c
Con: Hodgson
Pen: Hodgson 26'
Drop: Hodgson 57'
stadium = Lansdowne Road, Dublin
attendance =49,000
referee = Jonathan Kaplan flagicon|RSA

Week 4

rugbybox
date = 2005-03-12
13:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|IRE
score = 19 – 26
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Try: O'Driscoll 77' c
Con: O'Gara
Pen: O'Gara (4) 9', 21', 28', 49'
awayscore = Tries: Dominici (2) 31' m, 80+3' m
Baby 36' c
Con: Yachvili
Pen: Yachvili (2) 23', 64'
Drop: Delaigue 12'
stadium = Lansdowne Road, Dublin
attendance = 48,452
referee = Tony Spreadbury flagicon|ENG
----rugbybox
date = 2005-03-12
16:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 39 – 7
away = ru|ITA
homescore = Tries: Cueto (3) 10' c, 40+7' m, 69' m
Thompson 40+3' c
Balshaw 65' m
Hazell 80+8' c
Con: Hodgson (3)
Andy Goode
Pen: Hodgson 7'
awayscore = Try: Troncon 46' c
Con: Peens
stadium = Twickenham, London
attendance =81,736
referee = Mark Lawrence flagicon|RSA
----rugbybox
date = 2005-03-13
15:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|SCO
score = 22 – 46
away = ru|WAL
homescore = Tries: Craig 54' c
R. Lamont 71' m
Paterson 74' c
Con: Paterson (2)
Pen: Paterson 24'
awayscore = Tries: R. Jones 4' c
R. Williams (2) 10' c, 50' m
S. Williams 14' c
Morgan (2) 29' c, 40+3' c
Con: S. Jones (5)
Pen: S. Jones (2) 19', 78'
stadium = Murrayfield, Edinburgh
attendance =67,274
referee = Jonathan Kaplan flagicon|RSA

Week 5

rugbybox
date = 2005-03-19
13:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ITA
score = 13 – 56
away = ru|FRA
homescore = Try: Robertson 28' c
Con: Peens
Pen: Peens (2) 3', 43'
awayscore = Tries: Nyanga 11' c
Jauzion 18' c
Laharrague 40+2' c
Marty (2) 70' c, 80+2' m
Lamboley 75' c
Mignoni 80+4' c
Con: Yachvili (4)
Michalak (2)
Pen: Yachvili (3) 8', 52', 54'
stadium = Stadio Flaminio, Rome
attendance =23,638
referee = Donal Courtney flagicon|IRE|rugby
----rugbybox
date = 2005-03-19
15:30 GMT
home = ru-rt|WAL
score = 32 – 20
away = ru|IRE
homescore = Tries: Jenkins 17' c
Morgan 61' c
Con: S. Jones (2)
Pen: Henson 24'
S. Jones (4) 33', 43', 51', 74'
Drop: Henson 13'
awayscore = Tries: Horan 69' c
Murphy 77' c
Con: Humphreys (2)
Pen: O'Gara (2) 3', 37'
stadium = Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
attendance =74,376
referee = Chris White flagicon|ENG
----rugbybox
date = 2005-03-19
18:00 GMT
home = ru-rt|ENG
score = 43 – 22
away = ru|SCO
homescore = Tries: Noon (3) 14' c, 25' c, 78' m
Worsley 29' m
Lewsey 40+1' c
Ellis 49' c
Cueto 72' m
Con: Hodgson (4)
awayscore = Tries: S. Lamont 40+8' c
Craig 46' c
Taylor 51' m
Con: Paterson (2)
Pen: Paterson 23'
stadium = Twickenham Stadium, London
attendance =82,000
referee = Alain Rolland flagicon|IRE|rugby

External links

* [http://www.rbs6nations.com/resultsandstandings_2005.htm RBS 6 Nations]


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