2017 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 249 to Australia 248.

Stephen Atkins

Andrew Brady

Emma Cox

Darryn Nicholls

Mat Schiller

 

2016 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 244 to New Zealand 239.

Glen Castellaro

Dan Power

Matthew Patmore

Craig Kelly

Wayne Hawker

 

2015 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 247 to New Zealand 240.

Glen Castellaro

Charlie Sherry

Clayton Cusack

Robert Anderson

Craig Fitzgerald


2014 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 248.

Bryan Manns

Ashley Bolwell

Stephen Atkins

George Barton

Geoff Aston

 

2013 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 249 to New Zealand 244.

Terry Hearn

Glenn Kable

Phillip House

Glen Rathbone

Wayne Hawker

2012 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 247.
Darryn Nicholls, Glen Hayden, Tom Turner, Gary Hayden, Marc Crimmins

2011 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 248 to Australia 247.

Mark Brain

Darryn Nicholls

Gary Hayden

Phillip Headon

Glen Castellaro

 

2010 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 245.

Ray Collinson

Marc Crimmins

Alex Dallas

Phil Headon

Ross Walsh

 

2009 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 249 to Australia 247.

Jamie Elliot

Marc Crimmins

Stephen Atkins

Arty Del-Ben

Stephen Guest

 

2008 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 249.

 

2007 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 247.

Chris Langridge

Arthur Turner

Domingo Diaz

Lauren Duthie

Roger Duthie

 

2006 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

 

2005 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 250.

Stephen Atkins

Arthur Turner

James W Smith

Neil McWhirter

Bryan Rafferty

 

2004 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with no result.

 

2003 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 247 to New Zealand 241.

Craig Fitzgerald

Socrates Pilipasidis

Chris Brandon

Arthur Turner

Geoff Walls

 

2002 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning.

 

2001 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 249.

John Maxwell

Nick Xenos

Stafford Smith

Wayne Hawker

Adrian Cousens

 

2000 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning.

 

1999 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 248 to New Zealand 243.

Ron Smith

Max Medhurst

Robert Viney

Wayde Hawkins

Bob Rose

 

1998 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 249.

 

1997 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 247 to New Zealand 243.

Max Cubic

Arthur Turner

Bob Rose

Robert Thompson

Brett Humphrey

 

1996 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 248 to New Zealand 247.

 

1995 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 250 to New Zealand 247.

Stephen Atkins

Russell Mark

Michael Diamond

Robert Nisbet

Dino Oliviero

 

1994 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 250.

 

1993 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 113.

 

1992 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with both teams having a tie 116.

 

1991 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 117.

 

1990 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with both teams having a tie 118.

 

1989 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 118.

 

1988 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 117.

 

1987 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 337.

 

1986 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 344.

 

1985 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 345.

 

1984 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 116.

 

1983 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 119.

 

1982 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 120.

 

1981 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 119.

 

1980 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with both teams having a tie 118.

 

1979 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 117.

 

1978 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 118.

 

1977 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 118.

 

1976 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 112.

1975 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 116.

 

1974 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with both teams having a tie 116.

 

1973 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 114.

 

1972 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 118.

 

1971 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 118.

 

1970 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with New Zealand winning 116.

 

1969 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 116.

 

1968 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 118.

 

1967 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with Australia winning 115.

 

1966 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 117.

 

1965 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 117.

 

1964 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 118.

 

1963 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 118.

 

1962 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in New Zealand with Australia winning 117.

 

1961 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with New Zealand winning 117.

 

1960 Glenn Cup Team

Competed for in Australia with both teams having a tie 118.

Doug Smith

Des Kimber

A. Mace

C. Northey

R. Middleton

R. W. Moore

 

 

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