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Who saw that coming? The experts predicted a New Zealand series win, the romantics hoped for a British & Irish Lions win and… well nobody actually, predicted a series draw.A pulsating Third and final Test in Auckland finished 15 points apiece bringing an end to the biggest and most talked about Lions Tour in its 129 year history. The All Blacks began the game in dominant fashion; pulling the Lions from pillar to post, and but for some uncharacteristic handling errors, could have scored much earlier than they did.A welcomed first foray into New Zealand territory for the Lions came to a sudden halt after Ngani Laumape intercepted Owen Farrell’s searching pass to sprint 70 metres in the opposite direction. But for some brilliant defensive work from Welsh pair Jonathan Davies and Liam Williams the home team would have celebrated their first try. The All Blacks, though, didn’t have to wait much longer to score thanks to Beauden Barrett’s cross field kick which found his brother Jordie, wh
Highlights: New Zealand 15-15 The British & Irish Lions | Lions NZ 2017
Immortality beckons for the British & Irish Lions. Head Coach Warren has selected an unchanged 23-man squad for tomorrow’s decider against New Zealand. The series is level at 1-1 as we return to Eden Park for what has been described as one of the Lions’ biggest games in their illustrious 129 year history. Alun Wyn Jones will win cap number nine for the British & Irish Lions, more than any other player in the professional era, as he once more partners the prolific Maro Itoje. Mako Vunipola has survived calls for his pla
An animal is at its most dangerous when cornered. Hunted, wounded but not yet defeated, the Lion waits to strike. With a swing of Owen Farrell’s boot, the British & Irish Lions delivered a killer blow to the All Blacks’ hopes of claiming a series win in Wellington. In a game packed with drama and controversy, the Lions levelled the three-game series 1-1 setting up a decider in Auckland next Saturday. The biggest talking point from the Second Test was the red card shown to New Zealand centre, Sonny Bill Williams for a c
The results are in. After five days of scrutinous debate and predictions, British & Irish Lions Head Coach, Warren Gatland has selected his 23 man squad for the Second Test in Wellington on Saturday. Tour captain, Sam Warburton returns to the starting line-up on the blind-side in place of Peter O’Mahony, who assumed leadership in the defeat to the All Blacks in Auckland. Ireland’s Johnny Sexton is promoted to the starting XV, with Owen Farrell sidestepping to centre in place of international teammate Ben
They say it’s the hope that kills you. Two minutes into the British & Irish Lions First Test against New Zealand, Lions fans both in Auckland and back home were overcome with elation when winger Elliott Daly went over in the corner. Within seconds elation had turned to hope as referee Jaco Peyper called for video technology to determine if the ball had been grounded or not. No try. Once elation, unwillingly hope, regrettably disappointment. An emotion players and fans alike would experience for much of t
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We gave 30 lucky 7-11 year olds the chance to train with Official Lions Rugby this week .Here are some of their highlights. We are committed to grassroots rugby, there are definitely a few young Lions in this bunch.
A closer look at the Official Lions Rugby 2017 Elite Jersey #CommittedToTheGame #LionsNZ2017 The “Re-mastered classic”: The British & Irish Lions 2017 Elite Jersey Wingtip Collar The classic drill collar re-mastered; the Wingtip pays homage to the rich heritage that The Lions hold. Power Loop Traditional yet innovative, the re-enforced loop with hi-stretch insert is built to withstand the physicality of the game. Gold Striding Guardian The embroidered, high definition Heraldic Lion stands at the rear o
Ospreys to wear Canterbury from 2017/18 Canterbury and Ospreys Rugby have joined forces to announce an exciting new partnership which will see Wales’ most successful region wearing Canterbury for the next four years. The partnership is a perfect fit for the two brands steeped in rugby history with Canterbury’s combination of tradition and innovation and Ospreys desire to push the boundaries on and off the pitch set to take the iconic ‘black mask’ to a new level for the upcoming season. The new agr
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