Irish Lions & Manu Tuilagi

Manu Samoa Tuilagi (born 18 May 1991) is a Samoan born English professional rugby union player who currently plays for Aviva Premiership side Leicester Tigers. 5.0/5

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World News: Tigers glad to get Tuilagi back on track: LONDON (AFP) - Manu Tuilagi ended a tricky week making headlines for the right reasons after starring in English Premiership champions Leicester's 31-6 victory at home to Newcastle on Saturday.Tuilagi was reprimanded by Leicester after making a 'bunny ears' sign behind the back of Prime Minister David Cameron at a Downing Street reception to celebrate the British and Irish Lions' series win in Australia. ... Get Full Details From News Source
No apology necessary: David Cameron hasn’t got all bent out of shape like a pinko leader would… British Prime Minister David Cameron has told Manu Tuilagi an apology isn’t necessary for pranking him during a visit by the victorious British and Irish Lions. Tuilagi gave Cameron “bunny ears” while a photo was taken of the rugby squad and […] The post No apology necessary appeared first on Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Cameron Slater.
Manu Tuilagi has apologised after making a bunny ears gesture behind David Cameron as the British and Irish Lions squad visited Downing Street. Tuilagi apolo...
British and Irish Lions player Manu Tuilagi plays a prank on Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Downing Street on Monday.
In a turn events no one could have predicted, Former England and British and Irish Lions hooker Brian Moore has taken a break from complaining about the scrum to label Manu Tuilagi a "prat". Tuilagi seems to have caused a major stir by making the 'bunny ears' sign behind the head of Prime Minister D...
British and Irish Lions back Manu Tuilagi has apologised to British Prime Minister David Cameron after pranking him with "bunny ears" during a photo at Downing Street.
Manu Tuilagi to write apology to Prime Minister - The British & Irish Lions back Manu Tuilagi is to write a personal letter to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, apologising for mocking him in a photo shoot outside No 10 Downing Street.    
Watch out if you have your photo taken with Manu Tuilagi from the British & Irish Lions. Here's why (Picture: Harris)
The British and Irish Lions spent Monday afternoon with the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street - but prankster Manu Tuilagi gave David Cameron 'bunny ears' while posing for a photo.
Former England hooker Brian Moore has branded Manu Tuilagi a "complete and utter prat" for his prank on David Cameron when the British and Irish Lions gathered at Downing Street on Monday afternoon.
Apologise?! England centre Manu Tuilagi deserves some sort of medal giving Prime Minister David Cameron bunny ears during an official photo outside number 10 Downing St with the victorious British and Irish Lions yesterday.
Manu Tuilagi & the Prime Minister today as the victorious British & Irish Lions visit 10 Downing Street
Manu Tuilagi makes bunny ears sign at David Cameron on British and Irish Lions visit: England centre Manu Tuilagi has apologised for ...
Leicester Tigers' anger at British & Irish Lions over Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs
The criticise British & Irish Lions management over injuries to Ben Youngs and Manu Tuilagi.
MELBOURNE — Coach Robbie Deans has predicted a big future for Christian Lealiifano after he climbed off the canvas to kick the Wallabies to a series-levelling 16-15 win over the British and Irish Lions in a gripping second Test in Melbourne.
FT: Australia 16 - 15 British & Irish Lions (1-1) In what was a tense and thrilling game Adam Ashley-Cooper's second half try means we head to Sydney next week for the deciding match of the series. Leigh Halfpenny had a chance to win it with a penalty from 53metres out but it fell just short. Full match report to follow.
The Lions and Wallabies teams for the second Test of the British and Irish Lions tour of Australia have been announced. Both sides feature changes to those that played in the first game, some through injury and other's based on form.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has made five changes to his side to face the Wallabies on Saturday night.
The British and Irish Lions' second-string put last week's Canberra horror-show behind them with a commanding five-try victory over the Melbourne Rebels at a packed AAMI Stadium.
The British and Irish Lions warmed up for the second Test against Australia with an ultimately convincing victory over an outgunned Rebels side in Melbourne. Converted tries from Conor Murray and Sean Maitland in a patchy first half gave the tourists a 14-0 lead at the interval. The coaches said there are opportunities and places in the squad. The boys played out of their skin and have put their hands up” Sean O'Brien and Ben Youngs added further scores either side of a penalty try as the Lions pressed home their superiority. Keeping a game and committed Rebels side scoreless was a tribute to the Lions' second string in the final midweek match of the tour. Manu Tuilagi, O'Brien, Ian Evans, Richard Hibbard, captain Dan Lydiate and Toby Faletau all put in impressive shifts in a last effort to force their way into Test contention. Whether any player did enough to play their way into the starting side on Saturday is debatable, although Tuilagi proved his trademark power was intact on his return from a shoul ...
British and Irish Lions beat Melbourne Rebels 35-0 with Ben Youngs scoring a great solo try and Manu Tuilagi looking impressive at centre
Images from AAMI Park as the British & Irish Lions take on Melbourne Rebels
Manu Tuilagi desperate to take fresh British and Irish Lions chance
Tuilagi returns to face the Rebels - Manu Tuilagi will make his return from a shoulder problem at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Tuesday as the British and Irish Lions face the Rebels
British & Irish Lions O’Connell ruled out of test series with broken arm Posted on Jun 24, 2013 | 0 comments O'connell Ireland lock Paul O’Connell has been ruled out of the rest of the test series with a broken arm. It is a huge blow for the tourists, who lose a priceless source of on-field leadership. O’Connell was set to feature in his eighth straight Lions test, but instead will watch from the stands. There is no plan to call up a replacement at this stage. Geoff Parling has been stood down from the Rebels match and is likely to take O’Connell’s place in the test side – Ian Evans comes into the line-up for Tuesday, with Tom Croft onto the bench. Flanker Dan Lydiate will captain the side. British and Irish Lions (revised) vs Melbourne Rebels: 15 Rob Kearney, 14 Sean Maitland, 13 Manu Tuilagi, 12 Brad Barritt, 11 Simon Zebo, 10 Owen Farrell, 9 Conor Murray, 8 Toby Faletau, 7 Sean O’Brien, 6 Dan Lydiate (c), 5 Ian Evans, 4 Richie Gray, 3 Dan Cole, 2 Richard Hibbard, 1 Ryan Grant. Replacement ...
British and Irish Lions: Tommy Bowe and Manu Tuilagi likely to return as Australia deal with their own casualties
Arggh MANU TUILAGI from the British & Irish Lions came in to train today and I got to meet him! Ok…
EIGHT NEW TEST LIONS TO FACE AUSTRALIA The British & Irish Lions today announced the team to play the Qantas Wallabies in the 1st Test at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday. The starting XV comprises eight new Test Lions and will be captained by Sam Warburton. In the backs Leigh Halfpenny, Alex Cuthbert, George North, Jonathan Davies and Jonathan Sexton all make their Lions Test debuts, while experience is provided by Brian O’Driscoll and Mike Philips, who have nine Lions Tests between them. The forward pack contains a wealth of Lions Test experience with Jamie Heaslip, Tom Croft, Paul O’Connell, Alun Wyn Jones and Adam Jones sharing 17 Tests. Loose-head prop Alex Corbisiero, who joined the tour as a replacement, also makes his debut along with Warburton and hooker Tom Youngs. British & Irish Lions Tour Manager Andy Irvine said: "We are now at the business end of the tour. You can feel the excitement and commitment within the squad now that we are back in Brisbane and the 1st Test is just days aw ...
Brumbies coach Jake White has described their 14-12 victory over the touring British and Irish Lions as one of the highlights of his life. It was the first midweek loss by the Lions since 1997, when they lost to Northern Transvaal in South Africa.
British and Irish Lions centre Jamie Roberts is set to miss the first Test against Australia after being rated "a grave doubt" for the match. Tuilagi is still trying to get over his shoulder injury.
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Veteran Welsh winger Shane Williams will fly in from Japan to bolster the injury-hit British and Irish Lions in their final tour game before next weekend's first Test against the Wallabies.
Injuries mounting up for the Lions!!! Jamie Roberts became the latest British & Irish Lions threequarter to pick up an injury when he hobbled out of the 47-17 win over the HSBC Waratahs in Sydney. The 2009 Test Lion had to leave the field with six minutes left to play after damaging his right leg. He will have the injury scanned today. "We will get Jamie scanned on Sunday. The medics thought it might have been a hamstring, but he said he has never pulled a hamstring before, so he is not kind of sure. It is fingers crossed it might not be that," said head coach Warren Gatland. The Lions have already had injury concerns in the past week over centres Brian O'Driscoll and Manu Tuilagi, while George North has been nursing a hamstring tweak - not what the coach needs or wants a week out from the first Test. "Manu trained on Friday and his shoulder is still a bit sore. George's hamstring is still a bit tight and so we are still progressing with them with the medics," said Gatland. "Our hope is that both of them ...
RUGBY: Ireland wing Simon Zebo will make his British and Irish Lions debut against New South Wales Waratahs on Saturday. Zebo joined the squad as cover on Tuesday and goes straight into a strong side containing up to a dozen likely Test contenders. With the first Test against Australia on 22 June, George North (hamstring), Brian O'Driscoll (groin) and Manu Tuilagi (shoulder) are all not risked. But fly-half Jonny Sexton has been passed fit to start. The Irishman will line up alongside likely Test half-back partner Mike Phillips
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has confirmed playmaker Quade Cooper will not be one of the six additional players added to his squad to play the British and Irish Lions but Kurtley Beale will be.
Queensland Reds v British and Irish Lions: Preview and Prediction Posted on Jun 7, 2013 Two games in and the Lions have two wins under their belt. Yet to truly be tested, however, this weekend’s fixture against the Queensland Reds provides a much stiffer challenge for the tourists. The Reds are second on the Australian log in Super Rugby, and aside from their seven players currently on Wallaby duty they have named as strong a team as they possibly can. It is set to be the toughest game for the Lions to date. British and Irish Lions Gatland continues to rotate his squad, and as a result we will see some new combos taking shape. The most intriguing is probably, once again, in the centres, where Manu Tuilagi plays his second game in four days alongside Jonathan Davies, who showed some nice touches in Hong Kong. Davies is at 12 and Tuilagi at 13, which intriguingly means Roberts, Tuilagi and Davies will all have started at inside centre after Saturday – is Gatland looking at who is the best man to partner ...
The British and Irish Lions will line up for their first warm-up match on Australian soil on Wednesday morning and face a Western Force squad that includes seven players who have never even played Super Rugby before.
Queensland Reds have announced their side for Saturday's match, the British & Irish Lions team will be announced later this morning (UK & Ireland time).
Western Force v British and Irish Lions: Lions player ratings Posted on Jun 5, 2013 15. Leigh Halfpenny: 8.5 No more needs be said about his kicking – 100% from all corners of the pitch speaks for itself. Will never have the explosiveness that Hogg does, but did show some lovely touches in attack when joining the line. 14. Tommy Bowe: 7.5 Grabbed a try and looked menacing every time he got the ball. Great to see him threatening again like that, given his lack of game time over the past year. 13: Brian O’Driscoll: 8 Can anyone still claiming he is past his best stop now please? Scored two tries, the first involving a beautiful exchange of hands with George North and the second needing intelligent and well-timed support play to follow Tuilagi through a hole. 12. Manu Tuilagi: 7.5 Was kept reasonably quiet, but look how much space that opened up for the men around him. His partnership with O’Driscoll, if given time to gel, could become one of the most devastating ever seen. Beautifully soft hands after ...
Lions 2013: Brian O'Driscoll relishes Manu Tuilagi link-up: British and Irish Lions legend Brian O'Driscoll is...
The British and Irish Lions will unleash an all-new starting line-up for Wednesday night's rugby clash with the Western Force in Perth.
Brian O'Driscoll will captain the British and Irish Lions against Western Force on Wednesday, and Manu Tuilagi also starts.
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The British and Irish Lions have splashed into action in Hong Kong soon after touching down in the Far East. The team hit the pool at the luxurious Grand Hyatt hotel for a recovery session.
British and Irish Lions tour 2013: Manu Tuilagi happy to play anywhere as team hit the pool in Hong Kong: The ...
waiting eargerly for the british and irish lions tour 2013,Glad Dan carter is starting for the 2013 all blacks,my man Manu Tuilagi is a Lion too,Leigh Halfpenny on the same field with the Legend Brian O`Driscoll.Cant wait to see ALL BLACKS take y`all down.
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