The Bledisloe Cup is associated with the sport of rugby.
The Bledisloe Cup is contested by the Australias rugby union team and New Zealands rugby union team.
The Bledisloe Cup was donated in 1931 by the Governor-General of New Zealand, Lord Bledisloe. Competitions for the Cup have varied from one to three matches, sometimes with three-or four-year gaps between series, but since 1982 both countries have agreed to play at least one game for the Cup annually. The Tri-Nations ensures that the nations play each other at least two times a year.
New Zealand. The All black's one point victory over the Wallabies on 22nd August ensured that they would hold the Bledisloe cup for the 2009 season.
Australia and New Zealand
The Bledisloe Cup
37 (as of 2009)
Yes, 12 times to the All Black's 40.
australia and new zealand
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