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Gatland not planning NZ return
Wales head coach Warren Gatland has dismissed reports he could leave his post and return to his native New Zealand following next year's British and Irish Lions tour. Read full article
Gatland names Lions coaching team
Warren Gatland has named Andy Farrell, Rob Howley and Steve Borthwick as his three assistants for next year's tour of NZ and left the door open for a surprise call-up for former Fiji Sevens coach Ben Ryan. Read full article
O'Connell backs Hartley for captaincy
Former British and Irish Lions captain Paul O'Connell has backed England hooker Dylan Hartley to lead the team in next year's series against world champions New Zealand. Read full article
Lions can roar against NZ - Jones
Warren Gatland can guide the British and Irish Lions to a sensational series win over world champions New Zealand next year, England coach Eddie Jones claimed on Wednesday. Read full article
Gatland eager to avoid Woodward errors
Warren Gatland is determined there will be no repeat of the mistakes made by the last British and Irish Lions team to tour New Zealand when the combined side face the All Blacks next year. Read full article
Gatland hails All Blacks scrumhalf Smith
Warren Gatland believes Aaron Smith is the best player in the world at the moment and the All Blacks would be a far less daunting prospect for next year's tourists without their scrumhalf. Read full article
Gatland confirmed to lead Lions
Warren Gatland will attempt to lead the British and Irish Lions to a first series victory over the All Blacks in 46 years next summer, after being confirmed as head coach on Wednesday. Read full article
Gatland to lead Lions again for NZ tour
Warren Gatland has been retained as coach of the British and Irish Lions for their 2017 tour of New Zealand, British media reported on Sunday. Read full article
Halfpenny available for Lions tour
Wales ful-back Leigh Halfpenny confirmed on Thursday that French Top 14 side Toulon would release him to play in next summer's British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand. Read full article
Lions coach to be named on Sept 7
The British and Irish Lions coach will be announced on September 7, the team's management revealed on Monday, with New Zealander Warren Gatland expected to continue in the role. Read full article
Jones backs Hartley as Lions captain
England coach Eddie Jones has thrown his support behind Dylan Hartley to captain the British and Irish Lions next year on their tour of New Zealand. Read full article
Gatland 'leading contender' to coach Lions
Wales head coach Warren Gatland is the "leading contender" to coach the British and Irish Lions in New Zealand next year, the team's chief executive John Feehan said. Read full article
Lions to play NZ twice at Eden Park
The British and Irish Lions will play two of their three tests against the All Blacks at Eden Park and meet all five of New Zealand's Super Rugby teams during their 2017 tour. Read full article
Davies had solid game - O'Driscoll
Brian O'Driscoll reflected on his first British & Irish Lions series win on Monday and could muster only faint praise for Jonathan Davies whose final-test selection ahead of him was so controversial. Read full article
Lions concept secure after success Down Under
If there were any doubts about the future of the British and Irish Lions, they were surely quashed by the record victory in Sydney on Saturday that gave the tourists their first series triumph in 16 years. Read full article
Pain of miss drives Halfpenny to glory
British and Irish Lions fullback Leigh Halfpenny used the pain of missing a match-winning penalty last week to drive him to a Man-of-the-Match performance in the series decider against Australia on Saturday. Read full article
Gatland's decisions vindicated by triumph
A third test win provided emphatic vindication for British and Irish Lions' coach Warren Gatland's decision to rely on muscle to overcome Australia after enduring 72 hours of vilification for his selections. Read full article
We weren't good enough - Horwill
Wallabies captain James Horwill was "devastated" at losing the deciding third test to the British and Irish Lions on Saturday, saying that the visitors handled the pressure better and dictated the game. Read full article
B&I Lions clinch the series with win
The British and Irish Lions made a blistering start, in a record 41-16 win in the third test on Saturday which ended a 16-year wait for a series triumph. Read full article
Past disappointments fuel Lions for showdown
The British and Irish Lions will be fuelled by past disappointments - some going back more than a decade - when they bid to end their quest for a first test series win since 1997 on Saturday. Read full article
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