Let’s remember all the players who managed to beat the Australians in the final of the fifth Webb Ellis trophy as part of the England team.

Of course, any Rugby fan remembers that the victory of the “Scarlet Roses” in that match was brought by Jonny Wilkinson with his drop goal, and one of the first from that team the name of captain Martin Johnson POPs up in memory.

The confrontation with the Wallabies ended with a score of 20: 17, and 23 players took part in the game.

Josh Lewsey

The fullback, who is remembered for a powerful tackle on Mat Rogers, became head of the Welsh Rugby Union in 2015 and held the position for two years. Lewsey finished his sports career in 2011. At 37, Josh conquered Everest.

Jason Robinson

The player changed from Rugby League to Rugby Union and scored a try in the world Cup final. Now, Robinson has returned to his roots and become the Manager of the Jamaican national team that qualified for the 2021 Rugby League world Cup.

Jason finished his career in 2007 and took up a coaching position with the sale sharks. After working with the sharks for just a year, the Rugby player put on his boots again and in 2010 played for the Flyd in the second division of the National League.

Mike Tindall

Tyndall was the last of the Golden line-up to hang his boots on a nail. Mike made 75 appearances for the national team, playing eight years for bath and nine for Gloucester.

In 2011, the Rugby player married Queen Elizabeth’s eldest granddaughter Zara Phillips and became an active participant in charity events.

Will Greenwood

The former British and Irish lions, Leicester and Harlequins player has become a sports expert for Sky Sports and writes an author’s column for the Daily Telegraph. Greenwood became the team’s top scorer, scoring five tries on the way to the world Cup final.

Ben Cohen

Second in number of attempts after Greenwood, Cohen became the founder of the anti-bullying Foundation in the UK. The ex-Rugby player also took part in many reality shows and even won one of them. He finished his Rugby career in 2011 after playing for sale sharks, Northampton and Brive.

Jonny Wilkinson

The England record holder for the number of points scored, finished his career after a Golden double with Toulon in 2014, which won the TOP 14 League title and the Champions Cup that season.

Johnny joined the Toulon coaching staff as a skills specialist, and is also a regular TV pundit.

Matt Dawson

Dawson finished his career in 2006, recording 77 appearances for the national team, 246 for Northampton and 44 for the Wasps. Matt is now an expert at the BBC

Trevor Woodman

The left-hander was forced to end his career at just 29 years old due to a back injury. Now 43-year-old Trevor works as a forwards coach at Gloucester, for which he played between 1996 and 2004.

Steve Thompson

After finishing his career in 2011, Thompson moved to Dubai, where he works as an Ambassador for the Christina noble Children’s Foundation. Steve managed to play for Northampton and French Brive, but a neck injury prevented the forward from performing further.

Phil Vickery

Right post successfully runs a sportswear company, Raging Bull, which is named after his Rugby nickname. Injuries forced nick to hang up his boots in 2010 after playing for Gloucester and Wasps, before the Rugby player took up a coaching role at Worcester. At 44, Phil Vickery won the cooking TV show Masterchef.

Martin Johnson

After finishing his career, the captain of the England national team moved to a coaching position in the national team. After working in the staff of the “Red Roses” in the period from 2008 to 2011, he tried to re-qualify as a sports Manager, but did not achieve success in this field. After finishing his coaching career, Johnson started working in the media.

Ben Kay

The second-placed Leicester international scored another try in the 2003 world Cup final. After leaving the lawn, Kay became a Rugby analyst on British television.

Richard Hill

The” silent killer ” who works in the shadows, as the English still call him, helped Clive Woodward’s squad beat France in the semi-finals and performed wonderfully in defence throughout the tournament.

After finishing his career in 2008, hill became a coach at the Saracens Academy and worked there for five years. In 2016, Richard joined the England coaching staff under Eddie Jones.

Neil Back

In 2005, after fifteen years of playing for Leicester, the Flanker joined the tigers ‘ coaching team. In addition to Leicester, Back has worked in various coaching positions at Leeds, Rugby lions and Edinburgh.

Lawrence Dillagio

The former USPS player heads a personal Foundation that helps young sports talents, as well as helping organizations to fight cancer in children. Often, Lawrence’s voice can be heard in the commentary of Rugby matches on ITV.

Dorian West

The ex-Leicester hooker ended his career immediately after the 2003 world Cup, after which he took charge of the England U21 team. since 2007, West worked as a forwards coach at Northampton, and last season moved to the same position at sale sharks.

Jason Leonard

The versatile forward played 114 games for the national team over 14 years, ending his career immediately after the 2003 world Cup. In 2014, Leonard created a Foundation that helps children find themselves in Rugby.

Martin Corry

Number eight Leicester in 2005 became the captain of the England national team and led the “Scarlet Roses”on the lawn until the matches IN 2007. Since 2009, Corrie has been working as a motivational speaker and coach.

Lewis Moody

Moody ended his career in 2012 after playing fourteen years at Leicester and two at bath. Outside of Rugby, Lewis became involved in community activities, creating a Foundation to help young people fight social inequality.

Kieran Bracken

After retiring from Rugby in 2006, the Saracens and Bristol scrum-half became a Director of a construction company. In 2007, Bracken scored a victory in the reality show “Dancing on ice”.

Mike Catt

The South African native became a coach and joined the staff of Stuart Lancaster, who led the England team. Today, Catt works as an assistant to the head coach of the Irish national team, Andy Farrell.

Ian Balshaw

A knee injury ended his Rugby career in 2014. Balshaw has spent the past five years playing for Biarritz, Gloucester, Leeds and bath.

Coach: Sir Clive Woodward

After the triumph, Woodward went through a couple of bad years. Only third place in the 2004 Six Nations Cup, a lost tour of the British and Irish lions in 2005 and a failed attempt to transfer to the coaching staff of Southampton football. In 2006, he was recruited to track and field as a sports Manager, and later became the sports Director of the great Britain Olympic team, a position he held until the 2012 London Games. Today Clive Woodward writes a column in the Daily main sport of South Africa Rugby Union.