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Hillary Shield

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hillary Shield
SportRugby union
Instituted2008
Number of teams2
Country England
 New Zealand
Holders New Zealand (2018)
Most titles New Zealand (7 titles)

The Hillary Shield is contested between England and New Zealand at rugby union and the first match was played on 29 November 2008 at Twickenham Stadium, London.

The trophy is named in memory of the New Zealand mountaineer and explorer, Sir Edmund Hillary. The shield was announced on 23 October 2008 by Jock Hobbs, the Chairman of the New Zealand Rugby Union.[1] It was made by silversmiths Thomas Lyte.[2][3]

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Matches

Details P  England  New Zealand D England points New Zealand points
England England 7 1 6 0 124 168
New Zealand New Zealand 3 0 3 0 55 84
Overall 10 1 9 0 179 252

Results

Year Date Venue Home Score Away Trophy
Winner
2018 10 November Twickenham, London England  15–16  New Zealand New Zealand
2014 8 November Twickenham, London England  21–24  New Zealand New Zealand
2014 21 June Waikato Stadium, Hamilton New Zealand  36–13  England New Zealand
14 June Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin 28–27
7 June Eden Park, Auckland 20–15
2013 16 November Twickenham, London England  22–30  New Zealand New Zealand
2012 1 December Twickenham, London England  38–21  New Zealand England
2010 6 November Twickenham, London England  16–26  New Zealand New Zealand
2009 21 November Twickenham, London England  6–19  New Zealand New Zealand
2008 29 November Twickenham, London England  6–32  New Zealand New Zealand

See also

References

This page was last edited on 10 November 2018, at 23:32
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