Lord Bledisloe, Governor General of New Zealand from 1930 to 1935, bequeathed a trophy to the New Zealand Rugby Union with his name on it for perpetual competition between the All Blacks and Wallabies. The two countries have been playing for the Bledisloe Cup since 1931 and it is the symbol of trans-Tasman supremacy in rugby union.
In recent years, it's largely been a one-sided affair, with the All Blacks overwhelmingly and regularly beating the Wallabies. To date, the ledger is heavily in the ABs' favour. However, the All Blacks relish the trans-Tasman rivalry and take very seriously every Bledisloe Cup encounter, as do the Wallabies. It is a much followed and valued part of the annual All Blacks playing calendar.
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