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May 23, 2001:  Wallaby centre Stirling Mortlock is to miss the test series against the touring British and Irish Lions in June and July because of a shoulder injury which requires reconstructive surgery
May 22, 2001:  New Zealand wing Jonah Lomu will make his first appearance of the Barbarians' short UK tour against Scotland at Murrayfield on Thursday
May 20, 2001:  South African fly-half Braam van Straaten snathched victory from the jaws of defeat when he converted a Friedrich Lombard try with the last kick of the game to end a brave second half fightback from Wales
May 20, 2001:  Cork Constitution coach Brian Hickey has backed Ronan O'Gara's Lions credentials following his side's 18-10 victory over Young Munster in their All Ireland League play-off semi-final
May 18, 2001:  Surprise packet Galwegians are hoping that full-back Willie Ruane will be fit for Saturday's AIB All Ireland League play-off semi-final at home to Dungannon
May 18, 2001:  The Australian Rugby Union has announced that a minimum of 6,000 additional temporary seats will be made available at Stadium Australia for the British Lions Test on July 14 and Bledisloe Cup on September 1
May 16, 2001:  John Connolly, a selector for the 1991 World Cup winning Australian side, predicted Tuesday that the Lions stood a chance in their forthcoming test series with Australia if the Wallabies suffered injuries to key players
May 15, 2001:  Ireland announced a 28-man training squad on Tuesday for next month's match against Romania, the first Irish fixture since their Six Nations campaign was suspended in April due to the foot-and-mouth crisis
May 14, 2001:  Australian coach Rod Macqueen has revealed has as good as picked his Test team to tackle the British Lions in June
May 12, 2001:  Lawrence Dallaglio's chances of making this summer's trip to Australia still appear to be in the balance despite reports that a scan on his injured knee has revealed cruciate ligament damage
May 11, 2001:  Tickets for the Lions 1st Test against Australia on June 30 are expected to sell out within an hour of going on sale in Australia on Saturday
May 11, 2001:  Tickets for the Wallabies' First Test against the Lions at the Gabba in Brisbane are expected to sell in one hour when they go on sale on Saturday morning
May 10, 2001:  London Irish and Reading Football Club announced today (10th May) that they have signed a contract whereby London Irish will play all its home games at the Madejski Stadium for the next seven years
May 10, 2001:  Australian rugby fans are the big losers in Stadium Australia's decision to restrict tickets to the Test against the Lions on July 14 to just 69,000
May 9, 2001:  USA Rugby's Collegiate All-American team has a new schedule for 2001 and a new staff
May 8, 2001:  Building a new national stadium, it seems, is something that is not just beyond the English, now plans for a new stadium in Ireland have hit trouble
May 8, 2001:  Harlequins enjoyed a double dose of good news today, beating Cornwall 74-5 and then revealing that Irish internationals hooker Keith Wood and fly-half Paul Burke will be fit for the European Shield final showdown against Narbonne
May 3, 2001:  London Irish captain Conor O'Shea will be out for at least five more months after suffering during his recovery from an ankle injury
May 1, 2001:  Supporter's Club Quiz Night at The Reading Irish Centre, Chatham Street, Reading On Thursday 3rd May 2001 Can the players redeem their reputation after walking off with the wooden spoon in February
May 1, 2001:  Rosslyn Park London Floodlit Sevens Wednesday 2nd May 2001 London Irish are putting forward a team to take part in this year's Floodlit Sevens at Rosslyn Park and have confimed the following players will be involved: Richard Bates Kevin Brennan James
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