Top 20: The highest-capped internationals who never scored a try

15. PHILL ORR (Ireland) – 59 caps

After making his debut against France in 1976, Orr was part of two Triple Crown winning seasons in 1982 and ‘85 and was at one time the world’s most capped prop when making his 58th Test appearance.
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14. MIKE ROSS (Ireland) – 61 caps

The Leinster man was credited with giving some badly needed solidity to the Irish scrum after making his Test bow against Canada in 2009. Ross took over the mantle from John Hayes, who own try-scoring record was two touchdowns in 107 games.
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13. JEAN CONDOM (France) – 61 caps

The 6ft 6in Biarritz lock made his debut against Romania in 1982 and five years later was part of the French squad who made it all the way to the final of the 1987 World Cup only to lose to France.
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12. LUKE GROSS (USA) – 62 caps

he former lock had a spell at Stradey Park in 2001-03 among his travels that took in Harlequins, Rovigo, Roma, Rotherham, Newcastle and Doncaster. Now head coach of Sacramento rugby side in his homeland