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Home Internationals

[<<] [>>] by Chris Williams at Southport
17th June 2000 (International)

England won the final Home Internationals of the Twentieth Century when they regained the title from Ireland at Southport. England comfortably beat Ireland 4-1 in the final match after both England and Ireland had easily beaten Scotland and Wales.

Wales won the wooden spoon for the second year in a row when they lost to Scotland 3-2.

Ireland beat Wales 3.5 - 1.5
AE Cunningham beat AJ Mrozinski +25, +5
RN McInerney lost to IJ Burridge -25, -26
MJ McInerney beat WdeB Prichard +24, +17
S Williams beat CN Williams +18tp, +8
R Rogerson drew LJ Palmer +22, -7

England beat Scotland 4-0
DB Maugham beat ID Bond +26, +16
CD Clarke beat DJ Magee +16, +16
CJ Irwin beat MJ O'Connell +16, +23tp
P Cordingley beat J Surgenor +13, +15
DL Gaunt unf CG Hopewell -3

Ireland beat Scotland 5-0
AE Cunningham beat ID Bond +14, +4
RN McInerney beat DJ Magee -7, +14, +16
MJ McInerney beat MJ O'Connell +6, +12
S Williams beat J Surgenor +12, +25qp
R Rogerson beat CG Hopewell +21tp, +10

England beat Wales 4.5 - 0.5
DB Maugham beat AJ Mrozinski +26tp, +26tp
CD Clarke beat IJ Burridge +25, +26tp
CJ Irwin drew WdeB Prichard +16, -3
P Cordingley beat CN Williams +22, +26tp
DL Gaunt beat LJ Palmer +6, +23

England beat Ireland 4-1
DB Maugham beat AE Cunningham +1, +21
CD Clarke beat RN McInerney +26tp, +11
CJ Irwin beat MJ McInerney +22, +23
P Cordingley lost to S Williams +6tp, -15, -2
DL Gaunt beat R Rogerson +, -, +

Scotland beat Wales 3-2
ID Bond beat WdeB Prichard -4, +16, +21
DJ Magee beat IJ Burridge +3, +24
MJ O'Connell beat AJ Mrozinski -24, +12, +5
J Surgenor lost to CN Williams -19, -12
CG Hopewell lost to LJ Palmer +12, -22, -3

1 England 3 wins
2 Ireland 2 wins
3 Scotland 1 win
4 Wales 0 wins



 

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