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

11. DAN VICKERMAN (Australia) – 63

Began his rugby grounding with the Waratahs and had a spell with Northampton while studying at Cambridge University. Named in three World Cup squads from 2003-11.
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10. BRADLEY DAVIES (Wales) – 64

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9. ALLAN JACOBSEN (Scotland) – 65

Scotland prop Allan Jacobsen made his international debut against Canada in 2002, but was forced to wait 15 months for his next appearance against Ireland.

He was picked for the 2003 and 2007 Rugby World Cups, winning 65 Test caps in total without ever scoring a point.
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7=. Joe Marler (England) – 62

The England prop, who toured with the British & Irish Lions in New Zealand, is the newest member of the list after winning his 51st cap during the 2017 Six Nations. Still searching for that first try though…

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7=. PAUL JAMES (Wales) – 66

One of the old school front-rowers who loves the dark arts of scrummaging and the tight exchanges.
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6. QUINTIN GELDENHUYS (Italy) – 67 caps

Hung up his Italy jersey in November 2016. Nevertheless, he can be proud of his 67-cap career that saw him captain the Azzurri five times. 6
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5. CONSTANTIN DINU (Romania) – 69

The prop amazingly played Test rugby for close on 18 years having made his debut against West Germany in 1965 and his last international appearance was against Russia in May 1983.

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