England and Lions star back to his roots to extol the virtues of volunteering.
Mark Smith explains why Warren Gatland's Welsh-heavy Lions selection puts Australia in the driving seat for Saturday's series decider
Alan Tait believes Israel Folau has proven wrong the doubters who said the rugby league convert could not hack it in union
Immortalised as a key spoke in the 1997 British and Irish Lions’ wheel, ex-Newcastle Falcons star Alan Tait tells Mark Smith why the class of 2013 are set to go right down to the wire
The British and Irish Lions have been left under no illusions that Australia could well get one over them in their first Test
The British and Irish Lions’ tour is really now under way as the Lions managed to come through against Queensland Reds
Tom Voyce returns to representative rugby for the first time in a year today determined to rekindle an England career brought to a sudden halt last summer.
The Lions are limping into Saturday's Test series finale against New Zealand at Eden Park.
The Lions' midweek team made it five wins from five games today with a hard-fought victory over Auckland.
Lions coach Ian McGeechan last night hailed his players for "lifting a dark cloud" following the demolition of Manawatu.
Lions chief Sir Clive Woodward has backed Jonny Wilkinson to prosper in the pressure-cooker atmosphere of today's first Test showdown with the All Blacks.
Veteran New Zealand scrum-half Justin Marshall is bracing himself for an emotional and winning farewell to his beloved Christchurch fans when he plays his last game at Jade Stadium today against the Lions.
Jonny Wilkinson believes the Lions have taken a leaf out of the All Blacks' book by naming him at centre for the first Test on Saturday.
Wellington coach John Plumtree last night put the Lions' latest tour victory into perspective by claiming: "I think the All Blacks would have scored 60 points against us."
The Lions returned to winning ways by defeating Wellington at Westpac Stadium today - but it should have been a far more convincing victory.
Injury has forced flanker Lewis Moody out of the British and Irish Lions squad for tomorrow's clash against Wellington - and handed his England colleague Richard Hill a place on the bench.
Jonny Wilkinson has been singled out as a weak link in the British and Irish Lions side.
Brian O'Driscoll yesterday described winning the captaincy of the Lions as a "tremendous honour".
Test centurion Jason Leonard has warned New Zealand and Australia to beware of England's wounded lions during this month's tour and predicted they could be on the receiving end of a Six Nations backlash.