Category: Career achievements of rugby union players


List of international rugby union tries by Shane Williams

Shane Williams is a Welsh rugby union player Who Appeared 87 times for the national team Wales from 2000 to 2011. [1] Playing Exclusively as a wing for Wales, [1]Williams Scored 58 tries , The Most for Any International Wales and 18 more Than second-placed Gareth Thomas . [2] Williams also made four appearances for the British and Irish Lions , three as a wing and one as a center . [3] In those appearances, Williams scored two tries, both during the Lions’ Victory over South Africa on the 2009 tour(a match in which Williams was on the wing). [3] At his retirement, Williams’ 60 international tries placed him on the world all-time list , trai Daisuke Ohata of Japan and David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second. [4] Daisuke Ohata of Japanand David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second. [4] Daisuke Ohata of Japan and David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second. [4] Continue reading “List of international rugby union tries by Shane Williams”

List of international rugby union tries by Brian O’Driscoll

Brian O’Driscoll is an Irish international rugby union player who retired at the end of the 2013-14 season. [1] [2] He is the captain of the British and Irish Lions . O’Driscoll, who spent the majority of his career playing at center , made 133 appearances for Ireland, scoring 46 tries -an Irish record. [3] In addition to this he made eight appearances for the Lions and scored one try, which occurred during the Lions victory over Australia on the 2001 tour . [4] With a total tally of 47 international tries, O ‘ Driscoll sits eighth on the all-time record list . [5] He est aussi Currently top of the all time try scoring list for the Six Nations with 26. [6] In addition, he retired with 141 caps in all, qui At That Time Was The Most in the Sport’s history (this record Has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ). [7] S history (this record has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ). [7] S history (this record has since been surpassed by Richie McCaw of New Zealand ). [7] Continue reading “List of international rugby union tries by Brian O’Driscoll”

List of international rugby union tries by Jonah Lomu

Jonah Lomu was an international rugby union winger who played for New Zealand between 1994 and 2002. [1] He scored a total of 37 tries in 63 international appearances, which made him the sixth highest try scorer for New Zealand and the highest eighteenth on the All-time list . [2] [3] Lomu Held alone the record For the most Scored tries in the Rugby World Cup (15 in 11 matches at the 1995 and 1999 tournaments ), up to South Africa ‘s Bryan Habana equaled His tally at the 2015 tournament . [4] Continue reading “List of international rugby union tries by Jonah Lomu”

List of international rugby union tries by Bryan Habana

Bryan Habana is a South African rugby union player who plays on the wing . Habana has represented South Africa 114 times and has scored 65 tries . [1] Habana’s try to score all the time , and also makes him South Africa’s leading international try scorer. [2] [3] Habana has also scored more international tries outside his home country than any other player in history, with a total of 36 either away or at neutral venues. [4] Continue reading “List of international rugby union tries by Bryan Habana”

List of international rugby union tries by Christian Cullen

Christian Cullen is a New Zealand rugby union player who played on the wing and at Fullback . Cullen has represented New Zealand 58 times and has scored 46 tries . [1] Cullen’s try total places him joint ninth on the all-time list , but he had the best strike rate for any fullback with 0.793. Continue reading “List of international rugby union tries by Christian Cullen”