Bledisloe Cup: It’s Here But Can the Wallabies Keep It In Australia?

by Paul Cook - The cup that drives Australian rugby passion and desire beyond perhaps even that of the William Webb Ellis trophy, has landed  in the Great Southern Land ahead of the first battle for it's ownership in 2013 between the Wallabies and the All Blacks. It's been 11 long years since it was in Australian hands, George Gregan the last captain to hold the famous piece of silverware aloft after a drawn series meant the Wallabies retained possession having won it outright the year before. It's place in the ARU's trophy cabinet is long overdue. These days, it is competed for over three - sometimes
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