Irish Lions & Gethin Jenkins
Gethin Jenkins (born 17 November 1980) is a Wales and British Lions international rugby union player, currently playing for RC Toulon./5
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Jenkins named Cardiff Blues captain: Wales and British and Irish Lions prop Gethin Jenkins will captain Cardif...
Wales names 2014 Six Nations squad January 14, 2014 Wales Head Coach Warren Gatland has named an experienced 32-man squad to defend the RBS 6 Nations title as his side look to create history in 2014. Led by captain Sam Warburton , the back-to-back Champions will aim to become the first side to win the title outright three years in succession. The squad, which features 28 players who have been part of Championship winning squads, will meet up at the WRU National Centre of Excellence in the Vale of Glamorgan on Monday 20th January to prepare for their tournament opening clash againt Italy at the Millennium Stadium. The front-row features three British and Irish Lions in Richard Hibbard, Adam Jones and Gethin Jenkins alongside Scarlets quartet Ken Owen, Emyr Phillips, Rhodri Jones and Samson Lee. They are joined by Bath prop Paul James and Ospreys’ Ryan Bevington. The second-row includes Andrew Coombs , who made his debut in last season’s competition along with fellow Championship winners Alun Wyn Jones, ...
Got to think that if Gethin Jenkins and Sam Warburton had been available, the Lions would have started with 12 Welsh on Saturday! Never quite understood why an antipodean was chosen as coach for the BRITISH and Irish Lions. Congratulations Australia.
Lions Latest Scots miss out as Gatland unveils first Lions test team Scots Stuart Hogg, Richie Gray and Sean Maitland have all missed out on a place in the Lions side for Saturday's opening Test against Australia. Maitland is a substitute, but his Scottish colleagues are sidelined. There is a surprise at loosehead prop, where British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland revealed that Alex Corbisiero's superior scrummaging resulted in his selection ahead of Mako Vunipola. The rampaging Vunipola was expected to feature at the Suncorp Stadium after impressing during his four starts on tour, but he lost out to his England rival. Corbisiero was a late arrival Down Under, re-routing from England's tour of Argentina after Cian Healy and Gethin Jenkins were forced home through injury, and has started only one match, the 64-0 rout of the Combined Country XV. But his 94 minutes of rugby for the Lions convinced Gatland that he is a safer option to start against the Wallabies with Vunipola providing second-half firep ...
British Irish Lions Alex Corbisiero arrived in Brisbane today after a five-flight, two-day trip and declared he'd "do it all again" tomorrow so he could join the British & Irish Lions. He was called up friom the England tour in South America to take over from Cian Healy, who is returning home after injuring his ankle in Wednesday night's win over the Western Force, and will be joined by another newcomer, Scottish prop Ryan Grant, later today after he was recruited to take over from Gethin Jenkins. Jenkins, on his third tour with the Lions, pulled up in training on Friday as he prepared to make his first start of the 125th annviersary tour and has been ruled out of the rest of the trip due to his recurring calf muscle problem. He will return home with Healy. Corbisiero went from Salta in Argentina to Buenos Aires, Santiago in Chile, Auckland, Sydney and finally Brisbane where he met up with his new squad mates ahead of this evening's match against the Queensland Reds. "It was a long journey but I'm not com ...
Scotland have made a late change to the team that plays Samoa in Durban on Saturday with Alasdair Dickinson replacing Ryan Grant at loose head prop. Grant was called up by the British and Irish Lions for the tour of Australia after injuries to props Cian Healy of Ireland and Gethin Jenkins of Wales. Team: Greig Tonks, Sean Lamont, Alex Dunbar, Matt Scott, Tim Visser, Tom Heathcote, Greig Laidlaw, Johnnie Beattie, Kelly Brown(capt), Alasdair Strokosch, Alastair Kellock, Grant Gilchrist, Euan Murray, Pat MacArthur, Alasdair Dickinson Replacements: Steven Lawrie, Moray Low, Geoff Cross, Jim Hamilton, Ryan Wilson, Henry Pyrgos, Peter Horne, Duncan Taylor
Cian Healy will play no further part in the British & Irish Lions Tour of Australia after it was found that he has suffered significant ligament damage to his ankle. Gethin Jenkins has a calf strain, so Scotland's Ryan Grant will join the squad as cover.
Ryan Grant has been called up to the British and Irish Lions squad as cover for Gethin Jenkins who still struggles with injury.
Match No. 3 of the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour to Australia. The British & Irish Lions v The Queensland Reds. Saturday 8th June 2013 Kick Off - 10.30am (BST) (7.30pm (Local Time)) at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. 2013 British & Irish Lions Captain, Sam Warburton debuts (as the 800th Lions player in their long and proud history), in what will be the biggest test so for for the tourists, as they take on Ewen Mckenzie's, Queensland / Super XV outfit! Gethin Jenkins, Tom Youngs, Matt Stevens, Geoff Parling and Ben Youngs all get their first start of the tour, leaving Rob Kearney as the only member of the 2013 Lions party, not to have played as yet! Aussie Test squad cast-off, Quade Copper, will play Fly-Half for the Reds, adding a certain spice to the encounter! British & Irish Lions Team: 15. Stuart Hogg (Glasgow Warriors / Scotland) 14. Alex Cuthbert (Cardiff Blues / Wales) 13. Manusamoa Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers / England) 12. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets / Wales) 11. Tommy Bowe (Ulster / Ireland) 10. ...
Wales Team to Face Ireland Announced Wales interim head coach Rob Howley has named an experienced side to begin the defence of their RBS 6 Nations title, with 13 members of the 2012 Grand Slam winning squad starting the opening fixture against Ireland on Saturday. A sold out Millennium Stadium will witness the first match of the 2013 tournament and the starting fifteen features one uncapped player, Dragons second-row Andrew Coombs. Coombs will partner Ospreys’ Ian Evans in the second-row who returns from injury to start the fixture. The front-row sees the return of Adam Jones from injury and he links up with Matthew Rees and Gethin Jenkins to reunite the 2009 British & Irish Lions front row. In the backline Dan Biggar is the only change to the side that kicked off last season’s Six Nations with victory over Ireland in Dublin. The Ospreys fly-half will win his 12th cap at the Millennium Stadium. “As a squad we have worked hard over the past two weeks and go into Saturday excited and confident at defe ...
Wales prop Jenkins' Lions setback - Toulon may not allow Wales prop Gethin Jenkins to join the start of the 2013 British and Irish Lions
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