Mike Brown's great try saving tackle


Learn more about incomparable Brad Thorn


Southland sensational try after big bump


Horwill & Bismarck Du Plessis slaps


Ludovic Mercier crazy reverse pass


Female Streaker has no regrets


The Top 5 Schoolboy Prodigies


Brian O'Driscoll Breakdown Masterclass


Why you should always tackle low

Friday, June 28, 2013

A look back at the second Wallabies vs Lions Test in 2001

Highlights from the Wallabies vs British & Irish Lions second Test in Melbourne in 2001

Page: 12View All

Posted at 6:00 pm | 10 comments

Posted in British & Irish Lions 2013

Viewing 10 comments

vinnie goro June 29, 2013 12:50 am

one of my favourite test matches! Joe Roff and Matt Burke were amazing. 3rd test mash up will be ready for next weeks final test. Hope you liked it!

· Reply · Report

stroudos June 29, 2013 2:07 am

Even in that post-Lomu era, Joe Roff was a big strong bugger for a wing.

How quick was George Gregan at getting to the breakdown and getting the backline moving? WTF ever happened to quick ball??

Halcyon days...

· Reply · Report

DrG July 01, 2013 12:03 am

"WTF ever happened to quick ball??"

Remember being able to ruck the shit out of the f****r lying on the wrong side?

· Reply · Report

Canadian content June 29, 2013 3:24 am

Both 9s display how useless Phillips is, they produced super fast ball and defenses are even faster now.

· Reply · Report

FoXtroT June 29, 2013 10:38 pm

Whatever happened to teams swapping jerseys? I see the one Lions player about to do it at the end of this vid.

· Reply · Report

DrG July 01, 2013 12:05 am

In the Lions series or in general?

I might have last seen it in 2003 or 2007 RWC but not 100% sure, I guess players might want to hang onto their "winning jersey"...

· Reply · Report

FoXtroT July 01, 2013 8:00 am

In General, it just seems like its become a dying tradition.

· Reply · Report

DrG July 01, 2013 9:50 pm

Yeh true, I haven't seen it much.

I could be way off here, but do you think there could be any voices from above halting jersey swapping due to sponsors?

Either that or like I said before, people want to keep their winning jersey :/

· Reply · Report

sacricketer July 01, 2013 3:00 am

Both the Lions and Wallabies this year are given 2 jerseys per match - 1 for the 1st half, which the wearer keeps, 1 for the 2nd half which is for trading with your opposite number. Brilliant idea in my book. Doesn't leave anyone feeling awkward at the end.

· Reply · Report

Bunn July 11, 2013 9:48 pm

Richard Hill fell funny? Felled by a elbow in the head

· Reply · Report

Commenting as Guest | Register or Login

All comments are moderated and will be removed immediately if offensive.
 
Site Meter