1999 Heineken Cup Final

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1999 Heineken Cup Final
Event 1998–99 Heineken Cup
Date 30 January 1999
Venue Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Man of the Match Jonny Bell (Ulster)
Referee Clayton Thomas (Wales)
Attendance 49,000
1998
2000

The 1999 Heineken Cup Final was the final match of the 1998–99 Heineken Cup, the fourth season of Europe's top club rugby union competition. The match was played on 30 January 1999 at Lansdowne Road in Dublin. The match was contested by Ulster of Ireland and Colomiers of France. Ulster won the match 21–6.

Colomiers opened the scoring through a Laurent Labit penalty, Ulster fullback Simon Mason responded with four of his own before half-time. After the break, captain and fly-half David Humphreys added a drop goal, before Colomiers recorded another penalty from substitute Mickaël Carré, but Mason was able to kick two more for Ulster to put the match out of Colomiers' reach. Ulster centre Jonny Bell was named as man of the match.[1][2]

Match details[edit]

30 January 1999
14:45 GMT
Ulster Ireland 21–6 France Colomiers
Pen: Mason (6)
Drop: Humphreys
Report Pen: Labit
Carré
Lansdowne Road, Dublin
Attendance: 49,000
Referee: Clayton Thomas (Wales)
FB 15 Ireland Simon Mason
RW 14 Ireland Sheldon Coulter
OC 13 Ireland Jan Cunningham Substituted off 44'
IC 12 Ireland Jonny Bell
LW 11 Ireland Andy Park
FH 10 Ireland David Humphreys (c)
SH 9 Ireland Andy Matchett
N8 8 Ireland Tony McWhirter Substituted off 75'
OF 7 Ireland Andy Ward
BF 6 Ireland Stephen McKinty
RL 5 Ireland Gary Longwell
LL 4 Ireland Mark Blair
TP 3 Ireland Rab Irwin Substituted off 73'
HK 2 Ireland Allen Clarke
LP 1 Ireland Justin Fitzpatrick
Substitutions:
CE 16 Ireland Stan McDowell Substituted in 44'
PR 17 Ireland Gary Leslie Substituted in 73'
FL 18 Ireland Derek Topping Substituted in 75'
FB 19 Ireland Bryn Cunningham
SH 20 Ireland Stephen Bell
LK 21 Ireland Stewart Duncan
HK 22 Ireland Ritchie Weir
Coach:
Ireland Harry Williams
FB 15 France Jean-Luc Sadourny (c)
RW 14 France Marc Biboulet
OC 13 France Sébastien Roque
IC 12 France Jérome Sieurac
LW 11 France Benjamin Lhande Substituted off 20'
FH 10 France Laurent Labit Substituted off 53'
SH 9 France Fabien Galthié
N8 8 France Stephane Peysson Substituted off 67'
OF 7 France Patrick Tabacco
BF 6 France Bernard de Giusti
RL 5 France Jean-Marc Lorenzi
LL 4 France Gildas Moro
TP 3 France Stephane Graou
HK 2 France Marc Dal Maso
LP 1 France Stéphane Delpuech
Substitutions:
CE 16 France David Skrela Substituted in 20'
FH 17 France Mickaël Carre Substituted in 53'
FL 18 France Philippe Pueyo Substituted in 67'
SH 19 France Serge Milhas
HK 20 France Remi Tremoulet
N8 21 France Romain Rysman
PR 22 France Richard Nones
Coach:
France Jacques Brunel

Man of the Match:
Ireland Jonny Bell

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Fourth Heineken Cup Final". epcrugby.com. European Rugby Cup. 30 January 1999. Retrieved 15 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "Rugby Union: European Cup final - Ulster take a red-carpet ride". The Independent. 31 January 1999. Retrieved 22 April 2018.