The MacRobertson International Trophy (commonly known as the MacRobertson Shield) is competed for by Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia, and the USA. It is held every 3 or 4 years and was last held in the New Zealand in January 2014. The next competition is due in the United States in April 2017.
The shield was donated in 1925 by Sir MacPherson Robertson for competition between Australia and England. In 1930 New Zealand were admitted and the competition became a triangular one. The USA were admitted in 1993.
The shield is actually inscribed with 'MacRobertson International Trophy'
John Prince has played in the most MacRobertson series (9). One player have played in eight series: Robert Fulford and three players, Paul Skinley, Stephen Mulliner and David Maugham have played in seven series.
Robert Fulford is the only player to have played in seven MacRobertson winning teams.
David Maugham and Chris Clarke have played in six MacRobertson winning teams.