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2003 Rugby World Cup Qualifier, 2003 / Most consecutive matches scoring a try

Team Mat Start Date Opposition Ground End Date Opposition Ground
Tonga 8* 7 Jun 2002 v Fiji Nuku A'lofa 22 Mar 2003 v Korea Nuku A'lofa
Canada 6* 29 Jun 2002 v USA Markham 31 Aug 2002 v Chile Santiago
PNG 6* 2 Jun 2001 v Solomon Is Port Moresby 7 Dec 2002 v Tonga Nuku A'lofa
Hungary 5* 30 Sep 2000 v Bosnia & Her Zenica 25 May 2001 v Bulgaria Budapest
Uruguay 5* 10 Aug 2002 v Canada Edmonton 7 Sep 2002 v Chile Montevideo
Switzerland 4 7 Oct 2000 v Bosnia & Her Geneva 12 May 2001 v Hungary Basel
Sweden 4 21 Oct 2000 v Austria Vienna 19 May 2001 v Israel Vaxjo
Andorra 4* 28 Oct 2000 v Hungary Szazhalombatta 25 May 2001 v Bosnia & Her Andorra la Vella
Trinidad & T 4 20 Nov 2001 v Jamaica Grand Caymans 22 Dec 2001 v Brazil Arima
Germany 4* 21 Oct 2001 v Sweden Malmo 6 Apr 2002 v Poland Gdynia
Samoa 4* 1 Jun 2002 v Fiji Apia 28 Jun 2002 v Tonga Apia
Fiji 4* 1 Jun 2002 v Samoa Apia 6 Jul 2002 v Tonga Nadi
Japan 4* 16 Jun 2002 v Korea Tokyo 21 Jul 2002 v C Taipai Tainan
Chile 4 13 Apr 2002 v Brazil Sao Paulo 10 Aug 2002 v USA Salt Lake City
USA 4 13 Jul 2002 v Canada Chicago 24 Aug 2002 v Chile Santiago
Namibia 4* 15 Jun 2002 v Madagascar Windhoek 12 Oct 2002 v Tunisia Tunis
Cook Islands 4* 2 Jun 2001 v Tahiti Raratonga 26 Oct 2002 v PNG Raratonga
Tunisia 4* 25 May 2002 v Ivory Coast Abidjan 15 Mar 2003 v Spain Valence d'Agen
Spain 4* 24 Nov 2002 v Russia Krasnodar 27 Apr 2003 v USA Fort Lauderdale
Belgium 3 28 Oct 2000 v Slovenia Brussels 3 Mar 2001 v Monaco Saint-Laurent-du-Var
Sweden 3* 7 Oct 2001 v Latvia Trelleborg 27 Oct 2001 v Denmark Copenhagen
Chile 3* 24 Aug 2002 v USA Santiago 7 Sep 2002 v Uruguay Montevideo
Luxembourg 2 23 Sep 2000 v Norway Stavanger 28 Oct 2000 v Latvia Riga
Latvia 2 28 Oct 2000 v Luxembourg Riga 11 Nov 2000 v Austria Riga
Lithuania 2 21 Apr 2001 v Malta Marsa 5 May 2001 v Belgium Laakdal
Malta 2* 21 Apr 2001 v Lithuania Marsa 12 May 2001 v Slovenia Ljubliana
Israel 2 5 May 2001 v Norway Tel Aviv 19 May 2001 v Sweden Vaxjo
Bulgaria 2* 12 May 2001 v Andorra Andorra la Vella 25 May 2001 v Hungary Budapest
Austria 2 12 May 2001 v Luxembourg Vienna 2 Jun 2001 v Israel Vienna
Czech Rep 2 22 Sep 2001 v Belgium Prague 6 Oct 2001 v Switzerland Lausanne
Latvia 2 22 Sep 2001 v Poland Riga 7 Oct 2001 v Sweden Trelleborg
Venezuela 2 6 Oct 2001 v Colombia Caracas 13 Oct 2001 v Peru Caracas
Barbados 2 20 Nov 2001 v Bahamas Grand Caymans 22 Nov 2001 v Bermuda Grand Caymans
Cayman Is 2 20 Nov 2001 v Guyana Grand Caymans 22 Nov 2001 v Trinidad & T Grand Caymans
Bermuda 2* 22 Nov 2001 v Barbados Grand Caymans 24 Nov 2001 v Trinidad & T Grand Caymans
Kenya 2* 13 Oct 2001 v Madagascar Antananarive 24 Nov 2001 v Cameroon Nairobi
Denmark 2* 10 Nov 2001 v Germany Heidelburg 6 Apr 2002 v Latvia Riga
China 2 7 Apr 2002 v Sri Lanka Colombo 14 Apr 2002 v Kazakhstan Shanghai
Hong Kong 2 12 Apr 2002 v Thailand Bangkok 20 Apr 2002 v Arabian Gulf Hong Kong
Kazakhstan 2* 14 Apr 2002 v China Shanghai 21 Apr 2002 v Sri Lanka Taraz
Paraguay 2* 20 Apr 2002 v Brazil Asuncion 28 Apr 2002 v Chile Santiago
Poland 2 6 Apr 2002 v Germany Gdynia 4 May 2002 v Spain Gdynia
Ivory Coast 2* 25 May 2002 v Tunisia Abidjan 1 Jun 2002 v Morocco Casablanca
Russia 2 5 May 2002 v Czech Rep Prague 1 Jun 2002 v Netherlands Moscow
Spain 2 4 May 2002 v Poland Gdynia 2 Jun 2002 v Portugal Madrid
Ireland 2* 21 Sep 2002 v Russia Krasnoyarsk 28 Sep 2002 v Georgia Lansdowne Road
Italy 2* 22 Sep 2002 v Spain Valladolid 28 Sep 2002 v Romania Parma
Romania 2* 28 Sep 2002 v Italy Parma 5 Oct 2002 v Spain Iasi
Georgia 2* 28 Sep 2002 v Ireland Lansdowne Road 13 Oct 2002 v Russia Tbilisi
USA 2* 12 Apr 2003 v Spain Madrid 27 Apr 2003 v Spain Fort Lauderdale

* indicates that the sequence is ongoing

Records include the following current or recent matches:
United States of America v Spain at Fort Lauderdale, 2003 Rugby World Cup Qualifier 2nd Leg, Apr 27, 2003 [58-13 FT]
Spain v United States of America at Madrid, 2003 Rugby World Cup Qualifier 1st Leg, Apr 12, 2003 [13-62 FT]
Tonga v Korea at Nuku A'lofa, 2003 Rugby World Cup Qualifier 2nd Leg, Mar 22, 2003 [119-0 FT]