South Africa vs Ireland

Date Status Team Score Team Score Venue
24/11/06 Test South Africa 15  Ireland 12  Belfast
19/12/31  Test South Africa 38  Ireland  0  Dublin
08/12/51  Test South Africa 8  Ireland 3  Dublin
17/12/60  Test South Africa 17  Ireland  5  Dublin
13/5/61 Test South Africa 24  Ireland 8  Newlands
10/04/65 Test South Africa 6  Ireland  9  Dublin
10/01/70 Test South Africa 8  Ireland  8  Dublin
30/05/81 Test South Africa 23  Ireland 15  Newlands
06/06/81 Test South Africa 12  Ireland 10  Durban
13/06/98 Test South Africa 37 Ireland 13 Bloemfontein
20/06/98 Test South Africa 33 Ireland  0  Pretoria
28/11/98 Test South Africa 27 Ireland 13  Dublin
19/11/00 Test South Africa 28 Ireland 18  Dublin
12/06/04 Test South Africa 31 Ireland 17  Bloemfontein
19/06/04 Test South Africa 26 Ireland 17  Cape Town
13/11/04 Test South Africa 12 Ireland 17  Dublin
28/11/09 Test South Africa 10 Ireland 15  Dublin
6/11/10 Test South Africa  23 Ireland 21  Dublin
10/11/12 Test South Africa 16 Ireland 12  Dublin
08/11/14 Test South Africa 15 Ireland 27 Dublin
11/06/16 Test South Africa 20 Ireland 26 Newlands
18/06/16 Test South Africa 32 Ireland 26 Ellis Park
25/06/16 Test South Africa 19 Ireland 13 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Total Points: 473 281

 

Matches South Africa Ireland Matches
Played Won Won Drawn
Overall Record  24 18 5 1
At South African Venues  10 9 1 0
At Away Venues  14 9  4 1

 

Did you know?

Ireland won their first test on South African soil when they beat the Springboks by 26-20 at Newlands, Cape Town, on the 11th June 2016. Irelands first victory against South Africa came on April 10th, 1965 in Dublin, with the home team recording a hard fought 9-6 triumph. They came close five years later at the same venue when they just failed to chalk up a second consecutive victory, tying with the Springboks 6-6. Their next victory was on the 13th November 2004, in Dublin, when they won 17-12.

Irelands first victory against South Africa came on April 10th, 1965 in Dublin, with the home team recording a hard fought 9-6 triumph. They came close five years later at the same venue when they just failed to chalk up a second consecutive victory, tying with the Springboks 6-6.

Their next victory was on the 13th November 2004, in Dublin, when they won 17-12.

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