Douglas Horn Trophy

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Douglas Horn Trophy
SportRugby union
Instituted2008
Number of teams2
Country Canada
 Scotland
Holders Scotland (2018)
Most titles Scotland (3 titles)

The Douglas Horn Trophy - also called the Douglas JL Horn Memorial Cup[1] - was established as a perpetual rugby union trophy between Canada and Scotland in 2008.

Douglas Horn is the father of Alan Horn, a board member of Rugby Canada, while the trophy is essentially to recognise the long-standing relationship between Canada and Scotland in both the rugby world and international relations.

Scotland are the current holders winning 48 –10 in Edmonton in June 2018.[1][2]

Scotland have held the cup for the entirety of its existence.

Matches[edit]

Details P  Canada win  Scotland win D Canada points Scotland points
Canada In Canada 2 0 2 0 27 67
Scotland In Scotland 1 0 1 0 0 41
Overall 3 0 3 0 27 108

Results[edit]

Year Date Venue Home Score Away Trophy
Winner
2018 9 June Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton Canada  10–48  Scotland Scotland
2014 14 June BMO Field, Toronto Canada  17–19  Scotland Scotland
2008 21 November Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Scotland  41–0  Canada Scotland

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Canada vs Scotland, Sat, 09/06/2018 - 19:00 - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  2. ^ "Scotland tour: Turner hat-trick the highlight of seven-try win". 10 June 2018.