“We got this wrong and we failed you.” via Wales http://ift.tt/2usEaNh
The importance of the British and Irish Lions to the rugby landscape has been graphically reinforced in the last five weeks. They will return from New Zealand with a share of the test series and a credible five win, three loss, two draw tour record. After narrowly winning their first game against a scratch Barbarians […]
Nobody happy with the outcome, but Warren Gatland and his players deserve massive credit for holding the world champions via Wales http://ift.tt/2tXOOdR https://showcavesuk.wordpress.com/2017/07/09/the-major-lions-talking-points-as-a-welsh-hero-is-voted-player-of-the-series-by-team-mates/
This is the first drawn series but surely playing away and in fortress Eden Park, the Luons can take the moral victory.
Lions Captain Sam Wharburton has now captained two tours in a row without losing a test series, after winning against Australia and drawing against New Zealand.
We have taken an exhaustive look at the record books to look at just why Eden Park is such a fortress as the Lions seek to crack it in deciding Test via Wales http://ift.tt/2sxU8AZ
Our refereeing expert runs the rule over key decisions in Lions’ second Test win over New Zealand via Wales http://ift.tt/2txrG5I
The Lions tour has been judged a success by New Zealand rugby bosses via Wales http://ift.tt/2tPRH0Z
They’ve taken a hammering but the Lions have the chance to make the Kiwi media eat their words via Wales http://ift.tt/2tDA3NL
Why Warren Gatland didn’t unload the bench and the big decisions facing the Kiwi for the second Test against the All Blacks via Wales http://ift.tt/2sd9Rtc
The tourists were well beaten in Test series opener but finished their midweek progamme with an entertaining draw against the Hurricanes via Wales http://ift.tt/2sWsRtb