July 25 down the years
Anti-apartheid protests end Boks game
Ronnie Dawson's Lions, pictured ahead of the first Test, lose to Canterbury on the 1959 tour of New Zealand © Getty Images
Protestors stormed the field to the anger of the fans massed to watch the game, with police eventually gaining control. Arrests were made before the game was called off amid rumours that light aircraft had been commandeered by protesters looking to add their weight to the demonstration.
We bring you our pick of the best pictures from around the world in the last seven days with the battle for Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup glory taking centre stage
"If you listen carefully you should be able to hear them mining the granite for the statue of a certain Jonny Wilkinson" Graham Jenkins reports from the Heineken Cup Final
Quade Cooper's defence is better than it was 12 months ago and Robbie Deans has erred in omitting him from the core Wallabies squad to play the Lions, Greg Growden writes
"People on the outside think unfounded thoughts on Toulon." Tom Hamilton talks to RCT lock Nick Kennedy ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Clermont