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Sportsthoughts (80) – Brilliant Lions!

The third test, the decider. The Lions, pretty lucky winners of the first, Australia deserved winners of the second. The momentum, therefore, seeming to be with the Aussies. Selection bombshells delivered by Warren Gatland. Brian O’Driscoll dropped, not even on … Continue reading

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Sportsthoughts (79) – Unlucky Lions?

Second test between Australia and the British and Irish Lions. Last kick of the game. Leigh Halfpenny has a penalty to win the game for the Lions. Just like Kurtly Beale had for Aussies last week. It’s different, much harder. … Continue reading

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Sportsthoughts (78) – Lucky Lions

The British and Irish Lions rugby team played the first test in their three match series against Australia yesterday. In Brisbane, on a pitch that looked like it had taken in a fair bit of rain in recent times. This … Continue reading

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Sportsthoughts (75) – Team building, Lions style

Quote from Adam Jones, Welsh prop, definite first pick for the Lions in Australia: “I have always found beer is the best thing for these sort of things to be honest. I think people get caught up with team-building exercises … Continue reading

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