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January 1st, 2021
Sir Clive Woodward certainly knows his onions when it comes to the meaning of the noun ‘success’ in a sporting context. After all, he is a former Rugby World Cup winning head coach and a frequently sought after pundit. He also expresses his views on all matters rugby in a regular column for UK tabloid, the Daily Mail and in a recent edition wrote:
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December 1st, 2020
Well here we are eight months away and closing from one of the most exciting contests on offer in world rugby in the New Year. The British & Irish Lions go head-to-head with the world champion Springboks in South Africa. A not to be missed event: three colossal Tests preceded by five warm-up matches against, an Invitational South Africa side, the best of South Africa’s provincial clubs and South Africa A,  running from July 3rd to August 7th 2021. Rugby might have had to make the best of a bad job in 2020 in the thrall of the coronavirus pandemic but as 2021 approaches there’s much more to look forward to. And this edition of The British & Irish Lions Tour is quite simply special as are the people and scenery of their host nation South Africa. So don’t forget to book your Lions tickets and tour packages without delay and we’ll keep you up to date with latest news. Sleep, who needs it!
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November 30th, 2020
Lions’ fans have voted for the selection of players who they see as making up the most effective Lions touring side to take on South Africa next summer and there are only two Welshmen that make the team.
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October 31st, 2020
As former Lions captains Sam Warburton of Wales and Ireland’s Paul O'Connell back England’s lock/flanker Maro Itoje to lead the British and Irish Lions Tour to South Africa 2021, Head Coach Warren Gatland is locked in deep discussions with England’s Premiership Rugby trying to persuade them to release players for the recently arranged warm-up Test with Japan on Saturday 26th of June at BT Murrayfield in Scotland.
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October 30th, 2020
Hard to believe that we’re just nine months away from one of the great contests in world rugby. The British & Irish Lions versus the world champion Springboks on home turf. Yes indeed, three pulsating Tests plus five warm-up matches against the best of South Africa’s provincial clubs running from July 3rd to August 7th 2021. Being locked in a struggle with a seemingly endless coronavirus pandemic has seen this sporting year almost disappear in a puff of smoke. Making this edition of The British & Irish Lions Tour one of the most sought after global rugby events, so don’t forget to book your Lions tickets and tour packages  without delay. Anyway, the sports news reporter never sleeps.
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