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Four Key Head-To-Head Battles In The Lions Vs Highlanders Clash

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 07: The Lions players observe a minutes silence in remembrance to the the victims of the London Bridge terror attack prior to kickoff during the 2017 British & Irish Lions tour match between the Blues and the British & Irish Lions at Eden Park on June 7, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

The Lions clash with the Highlanders in the indoor Forsyth Barr stadium will be a fast-paced, high octane affair. With the Highlanders threatening to run the Lions off their feet, which head-to-head match ups will be key to the contest? Jonathan Joseph vs Malakai Fekitoa Jonathan Joseph had better have his side-step finely tuned. Malakai Fekitoa is, according to reports, …

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Five New Zealand Rugby Stars Whose Stock Rose in Super Rugby Round 2

‘The Hurricanes look fat, slow and unfit.’ These scathing words of ex-Wallaby turned commentator Phil Kearns a year ago certainly could not be applied to the 2017 Hurricanes, who stormed to the top of the Super 18 leaderboard after racking up consecutive 70+ point thrashings. The four other New Zealand teams were involved in high-impact, high skill local derbies. So …

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Watch: All Black Waisake Naholo Drops Awesome 50-metre Drop Goal

All Black Waisake Naholo has shown there is more to his game than just raw pace and power as he recently dropped a stunning drop goal from 50 metres out – executing the kick in his bare feet! The Fijian-born star conjured up his piece of magic at Ellis Park in Johannesburg before his team, the Highlanders, were beated by the Lions in …

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Is This The Most Talented Barbarians Squad Ever?

Featuring a combined 23 Players from New Zealand, Australia and South Africa this Barbarians side – coached by Michael Cheika later this month against Argentina, is simply outstanding and could rate right up there with the very best. Imagine a back three of Nehe Milner Skudder, Nemani Nadalo and Waisaki Nahalo. That is probably the most exciting backfield contingent seen …

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