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2003: Jonny Wilkinson''s extra-time drop-goal gave England a dramatic 20-17 win over Australia in the rugby union World Cup final.
2 Just the one try in the nail biting 2011 Rugby Union World Cup semi-final between France and Wales.
The same seems to now apply to this rugby union World Cup, where acquaintances of mine who I regard as much more committed followers of the 15-a-side code than I are just willing the whole horrible juggernaut to come to a grinding halt.
Italy's South African coach Nick Mallett is aiming to guide the country to their first ever rugby union World Cup quarter-final next year in New Zealand.
Back in 1995 when South Africa won the Rugby Union World Cup on home soil, the nation was briefly united in victory.
CAPTION(S): Former Waterloo player and rugby union world cup winner Will Greenwood scores in the 2003 tournament
Also on the new 'A' list of events are The Open golf championship, the entire Wimbledon tennis tournament and the rugby union World Cup.
In the 2015 rugby union World Cup - which England has won the right to host - St James's Park will be on the 12-strong list of stadia to stage pool matches.