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DHL NEW ZEALAND LIONS SERIES 2017

10 reasons why we can’t wait for the Lions series

With the DHL NZ Lions Series 2017 just a matter of months away, we take a look at ten reasons why rugby fans should be counting down the days until June.
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All Blacks podcast with Selica Winiata and Tamati Ellison

In a big double episode, Black Ferns flyer Selica Winiata and former All Blacks star Tamati Ellison join the All Blacks Podcast. 


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Lions 1993: So close to glory

Led by coach Ian McGeechan and captain Gavin Hastings, the 1993 British and Irish Lions side came within a whisker of rare Test series victory in New Zealand.
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The Lions Form XV – Round Three

In 2013 the guardian newspaper commissioned a panel of 12 experts to compile a list of the top 50 British and Irish Lions. 


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NZ Provincial Barbarians coaching combination for Lions clash unveiled

The New Zealand Provincial Barbarians management team has been announced with less than 100 days to go until the first match of the DHL NZ Lions Series 2017.


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Lions series 2005 remembered

It is best remembered for the injury to Lions skipper Brian O’Driscoll, and Dan Carter’s sublime performance in the second test, but the 2005 tour to New Zealand by the British and Irish side was much more than that.


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All Blacks need to be made to look human - O'Driscoll

Former British and Irish Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll believes the All Blacks have to be made to look human because that made them vulnerable.
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Gatland thinks fans should have say in Lions' future

Not only are the British and Irish Lions the rarest team in rugby – they play only every four years – they are also shaping as one of the most democratic to the point where fans could have a say in the team's future.
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DHL NZ Lions Series 2017 on track to deliver on and off the field

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) today confirmed that 75 percent of tickets to the DHL New Zealand Lions Series 2017 are already sold with less than four months to go until the opening match in Whangarei.


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