Irish Lions & Jonny Wilkinson
Jonathan Peter Jonny Wilkinson OBE (born 25 May 1979 in Frimley, Surrey) is an English Rugby Union player and former member of the England national team. /5
"Jonny Wilkinson tells the British and Irish Lions to keep attacking New Zealand"
WATCH: Jonny Wilkinson discusses who could captain the British and Irish Lions this summer in New Zealand:
And so we say goodbye to Brian O'Driscoll! After more than 15 years, he has finely hanged up his boots and retired from professional rugby. He'll be remembered by those who saw him as one of the very greatest to play the game of rugby and 1 of the best athletes of his generation. He first drew people's attention when he scored hat-trick of tries against France in the 2000 6 Nations (at the age of only 21) helping his team win the game. It was Ireland's first win against the French since 1983 and there 1st win in Paris since 1972. People could tell he was something special. O'Driscoll announced himself on the world stage as a player of unique ability when he scored a terrific try in the 1st test of the British and Irish Lions series against Australia in 2001. Though the Lions eventually lost the series, 2-1, O'Driscoll returned home with an enhanced reputation. O'Driscoll's career would bring some low points but so many terrific moments: 4 Rabo12 titles and 3 Heineken Cups with Leinster; 4 Triple Crowns, a ...
Toulon-Racing last night showed the British and Irish Lions did have a better option at 10. Jonny Wilkinson schooled Sexton
Jonny Wilkinson has confirmed he turned down a place in the British and Irish Lions squad because his...
Jonny Wilkinson has confirmed he's prepared to discuss the possibility of joining up with the British & Irish Lions -
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has ruled out making another offer to Jonny Wilkinson to join the forthcoming tour to Australia.
Jonny Wilkinson, Chris Robshaw and Rory Best left out of British and Irish Lions squad to tour Australia
- Poll: should Jonny Wilkinson be selected for the British and Irish Lions' ...
- Warren Gatland has to put Jonny Wilkinson in his British and Irish Lions s...
England's Jonny Wilkinson is ‘dead-cert’ for Warren Gatland’s British and Irish Lions tour part...
Wilkinson hint at Lions return: British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has said Jonny Wilkinson...
Jonny Wilkinson has been given fresh hope of touring with the British & Irish Lions for a third time next summer.
Lions 2013: Jonny Wilkinson still in frame, says Warren Gatland: British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland sa...
Jonny Wilkinson would relish the chance to end his international career playing for the British and Irish Lions next summer.
2013 British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has revealed that Toulon fly-half Jonny Wilkinson is available for the tour of Australia.
Jonny Wilkinson may earn a surprise place on the British and Irish Lions's tour to Australia next year, says coach Warren Gatland.
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