Lansdowne Cup

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Lansdowne Cup
Sport Rugby union
Founded 1999
No. of teams 2
Country  Australia
 Ireland
Most recent champion(s)  Australia

The Lansdowne Cup is a rugby union trophy. Established in 1999, the cup was donated to the Australian Rugby Union by the Lansdowne Club of Sydney as a perpetual trophy between Australia and Ireland. Like the Lansdowne Club, the cup is named after Dublin's famous rugby ground and was designed and made by Waterford Crystal of Ireland.

Matches[edit]

Details Played Won by Australia Won by Scotland Drawn Australia points Ireland points
In Australia
In Ireland
Overall 11 ' ' ' ' '

Results[edit]

Year Date Venue Home Score Away Match

Winner

Trophy

Winner

2014 22 November Aviva Stadium, Dublin Ireland   Australia
2013 16 November Aviva Stadium, Dublin Ireland  15 – 32  Australia  Australia Australia
2010 26 June Lang Park, Brisbane Australia  22 – 15  Ireland  Australia Australia
2009 15 November Croke Park, Dublin Ireland  20 – 20  Australia Draw Australia
2008 24 June Docklands Stadium, Melbourne Australia  18 – 12  Ireland  Australia Australia
2006 19 November Lansdowne Road, Dublin Ireland  21 – 6  Australia  Ireland IRFU flag.svg
2006 24 June Subiaco Oval, Perth Australia  37 – 15  Ireland  Australia Australia
2005 19 November Lansdowne Road, Dublin Ireland  14 – 30  Australia  Australia Australia
2003 7 June Subiaco Oval, Perth Australia  45 – 16  Ireland  Australia Australia
2002 9 November Lansdowne Road, Dublin Ireland  18 – 9  Australia  Ireland IRFU flag.svg
1999 19 June Subiaco Oval, Perth Australia  32 – 26  Ireland  Australia Australia
12 June Lang Park, Brisbane 46 – 10  Australia

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