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Rugby - Prince William Cup

Inaugurated in 2007 to mark 100 years of South Africa-Wales matches, this trophy has provoked controversy in the Principality. Many feel that the son of the Prince of Wales and patron of the Welsh Rugby Union is an inappropriate person to have the bauble named after, due to his patronage of the (English) Football Association and open support for the England rugby team.
Before its creation, the Springboks had won 17 of the 19 clashes, with Wales boasting just one victory and one drawn. 

YEAR
VENUE
SCORE
 HOLDERS
2007
Cardiff
S 34-12
RSA
2008
Bloemfontein
S 43-17
RSA
2008
Pretoria
S 37-21
RSA
2008
Cardiff
S 20-15
RSA
2010
Cardiff
S 34-31
RSA
2010
Cardiff
S 29-25
RSA
2013 Cardiff S 24-15 RSA
2014 Durban  S 38-16  RSA
2014 Nelspruit S 31-30 RSA
2014 Cardiff W 12-6 WAL
2015* Twickenham S 23-19 -
2016  Cardiff W 27-13 WAL
2017 Cardiff W 24-22 WAL
2018 Cardiff W 20-11 WAL

 

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