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30th anniversary of Australia’s Rugby World Cup victory

Michael McLaren

Nick Farr-Jones AM, Former Australian rugby union great / rugby commentator / Wallaby & World Rugby Hall of Famer, joins Michael with his recollections of captaining Australia’s Rugby World Cup victory against England in 1991 where he was presented the William Webb Ellis cup by her majesty the Queen.

 

The semi-finals produced two tight matches: England overcame Scotland 9–6, a late drop goal deciding a tryless match in a torrential downpour at Murrayfield Stadium, and Australia defeated the defending champions New Zealand 16–6 at Lansdowne Road.

 

The final was played at Twickenham Stadium in London, and saw Australia triumph 12–6 against England, with a first-half try from prop Tony Daly.

 

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