History Of Rugby Union Matches Between Australia And New Zealand
The first clash in rugby union between Australia and New Zealand took place in a test match on 15 August 1903 in Sydney, New South Wales. On that occasion, the New Zealand won by 22-3.
Since 1931, they have competed for the Bledisloe Cup, named after Lord Bledisloe, who donated the trophy.
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