Sunday, June 20, 2010

England 21 - Australia 20

Ben Daley of the Wallabies makes a line break during the Cook Cup Test Match between the Australian Wallabies and England at ANZ Stadium on June 19, 2010 in Sydney, Australia.
(June 18, 2010 - All Photos by Mark Nolan/Getty Images AsiaPac)
England's young guns stun Wallabies
A resurgent England have upset the Qantas Wallabies 21-20 in Saturday's second Cook Cup Test at ANZ Stadium.

Adam Ashley-Cooper of the Wallabies is tackled
The Wallabies have received a wake-up call just a month out from the Tri Nations
The 2003 World Cup-winning hero Jonny Wilkinson returned to the scene of his greatest moment to score the winning penalty goal as England secured just their third win over the Wallabies in Australia.,8659,27292984-5016959,00.html

Ben Daley of the Wallabies breaks through the England defence
Wallabies lose as Giteau shanks goals
MATT Giteau helped England re-kindle their love affair with Sydney last night after missing a late penalty goal from straight in front that saw the Red Rose score another nail-biting win over the Wallabies at ANZ Stadium.
After scoring all of Australia's 20 points, it was a pair of missed goals by a tired Giteau in the 68th and 70th minutes that allowed England to break Aussie hearts yet again at Homebush.

Chris Ashton of England makes a break to score the second try during the Cook Cup Test
England earned their first significant victory of Martin Johnson's managerial tenure as they edged a pulsating second Test in Sydney to level the series 1-1.
The visitors led 15-13 at half-time after first Test tries for scrum-half Ben Youngs and wing Chris Ashton.
England break Aussie duck Down Under
It only took seven years, but England finally got the better of the Wallabies on Australian soil thanks to a thrilling 21-20 victory in Sydney on Saturday.
next test:
Australia v Ireland
June 26 2010