The greatest Lions moments of the pro era
July 12, 2013
Brian O'Driscoll's disappointment at missing out on the series deciding clash with Australia may be tempered by the fact he has been voted your greatest Lion of the pro era © PA Photos
To coincide with the British & Irish Lions' tour of Australia, and in association with Dove Men+Care, we asked you to vote on our short-list of greatest Lions moments of the professional era - and the results are now in.
Here's how you voted - but we anticipate a call for a re-count after the most recent tour served up a host of thrilling scores, performances and controversies:
Best Lions Test try: - Where would George North's first Test try against the Wallabies rank?
Best Test try against the Lions: - Where would Israel Folau's first try in the opening Test rank?
Greatest controversy: - Where would the alleged stamp by Wallabies captain James Horwill rank?
Greatest Test: - Where would the Lions' third Test rout of the Wallabies rank?
Greatest Lion: - Would Leigh Halfpenny make this list now?
Greatest tour: - The Lions' victory over South Africa in 1997 stands the test of time
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