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South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 18, 2009:  "If they win the first Test anything is possible - if they lose it they are looking into the abyss." John Taylor writes
South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 18, 2009:  The eyes of the rugby world will focus on Durban this weekend as the British & Irish Lions and South Africa kick off their three-Test series at Kings Park
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Jun 18, 2009:  "That crowd saw a match worthy of its number. It has a good claim to be regarded as the greatest in Lions history." Huw Richards writes
South Africa v British & Irish Lions
Jun 17, 2009:  The wait is almost over. The 2009 British & Irish Lions' tour of South Africa reaches the business end this weekend with the opening exchange in the three-Test series with the Springboks
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Jun 17, 2009:  With the first Test against South Africa looming, we take a look back at some inspirational Lions performances in our latest Scrum Seven
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Jun 11, 2009:  "There is no point in the Lions being billed as the last great international touring side if the tour itself does not live up to that billing." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Jun 10, 2009:  Every winning Lions tour has a hero - just as the losing ones have their villains. We take a look back at some of the Lions' great tormentors in a Scrum Seven
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Jun 8, 2009:  Jamie Heaslip believes there are no 'untouchables' within the Lions squad and not even captain Paul O'Connell is guaranteed a place in the Test team
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Jun 8, 2009:  "The Boks could find themselves up the creek without a paddle if they do not pick kickers for the Lions series." Stephen Nell writes
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Jun 4, 2009:  "One of the outstanding features was the number of half-breaks that resulted in an off-load to a supporting player." John Taylor writes
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Jun 1, 2009:  Brian O'Driscoll will make a long-awaited return to the famous red jersey of the Lions on Wednesday night when he leads them out against the Golden Lions
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May 29, 2009:  "Rustenburg impinges on the consciousness of British rugby for the first time in 14 years this weekend." Huw Richards writes
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May 26, 2009:  "Don't be too surprised if Hook claims the place that his talent demands and plays a serious role in the Test series." Huw Richards writes
Ask John
May 25, 2009:  Players capped as a back and a forward, drop goal specialists in the Super 12/14, Lions tour openers and FA Cup Final connections. John Griffiths answers your questions
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May 24, 2009:  Jamie Heaslip's feet have hardly touched the ground since Leinster's Heineken Cup victory and he hopes that feel-good factor will continue as the British & Irish Lions head to South Africa
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May 22, 2009:  "Andy Powell is to be asked to stop getting fake tans for the next month and to donate money saved to tour funds." James Stafford writes
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May 20, 2009:  "This is the best of weeks and the worst of weeks for the Lions. They will meet their new team-mates but be full of trepidation." John Taylor writes
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May 19, 2009:  Head coach Ian McGeechan insists half the battle during this summer's tour of South Africa will be waged off the field as he tries to conjure a winning team spirit
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May 18, 2009:  Leigh Halfpenny is ready to embark on the latest stage of his rugby education with the British & Irish Lions
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May 11, 2009:  Ollie Waldron, returning Lions internationals, Super 14 and Heineken Cup winners and penalty shootouts, John Griffiths answers your questions
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