Chappell-Hadlee Trophy

Chappell-Hadlee Trophy

The Chappell–Hadlee Trophy in cricket is a One Day International cricket series between Australia and New Zealand. It is named after legendary cricketing families from the two countries, the Chappell brothers (Ian, Gregory, and Trevor) of Australia and Walter Hadlee and his three sons, (Barry, Dayle and Sir Richard), of New Zealand.

The trophy is currently held by Australia, who defeated New Zealand in the one-match 2010–11 series. Australia has held the trophy continuously since its series win in 2007–08. Australia has recorded four series wins to New Zealand's one.

The trophy was contested annually from 2004–05 until 2009–10 as a three- or five-match series, and as a one-match series during the World Cup in 2010–11. However, the tournament is no longer an annual event, as under the ICC's future tour's programme, the two sides are not scheduled to meet in a one-day series until the 2016–17 season.

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