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Here’s Stuart Barnes’s Lions Test XV for the first test against Australia seen in today’s Sunday Times: 15. Rob Kearney 14. George North 13. Jonathan Davies 12. Brian O’ Driscoll (c) 11. Leigh Halfpenny 10. Jonny Sexton 9. Ben Youngs … Continue reading
Wel mae’r nadolig mwy neu lai ar ein pennau ni unwaith eto. Ble mae’r flwyddyn yn mynd dwedwch? Mae hi bron yn amser am y gemau darbi; y gemau sydd yn dod a’r dŵr i’r dannedd. Y gemau traddodiadol yma … Continue reading
This is what the Lions year is all about. The competition is already brewing up, and we haven’t even started the Six Nations yet. I’m not sure what will be the outcome of this citing, but with Hartley’s past record … Continue reading
<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/50598224″>Behind the Lions: The 1974 Invincibles</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/polarispublishing”>Polaris Publishing Ltd</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p> This was the team that toured despite objections from the people of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales because of the apartheid in South Africa. They … Continue reading
History Football’s main event is the World Cup. The Olympics is the main event for Athletics, but in Rugby, the Lions Tour is the main event. The main reason for this is the fact that Rugby didn’t have a world cup until … Continue reading
Israel Folau has signed this week for the New South Wales Waratahs. The 23 year old makes the transition to Rugby Union not from Rugby League, as has become common for Rugby Union players, but from Australian Rules Football. Although … Continue reading
Jeremy Guscott, Keith Wood, Andy Nicol and Jonathan Davies (Jiffy to you and me!) have chosen their Lions team after the Autumn Internationals. Jeremy Guscott’s team: R Kearney (Ire), T Visser (Sco), B O’Driscoll (Ire), M Tuilagi (Eng), G North (Wal); … Continue reading