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.
"The fans could not be happier with the opposition and it adds an exciting element to a game that is shaping up as a thriller." Ben Kay previews the Premiership final showdown
"If there was a cross breed of canine called an Underdogdoodle it would win best in show at Crufts." Mark Durden-Smith looks at the Aviva Premiership Final
With the Lions' tour to Australia fast-approaching, ESPN's Austin Healey and Mark Durden-Smith sat down to share their memories of the 2001 trip Down Under
Ask John answers questions on the Leopards' tour to Italy in 1974, brotherly Test sides, Pat McGrath, England's games against the Barbarians and Jacques Brunel