Ross Moriarty says that "nobody will be holding anything back" as the British and Irish Lions' New Zealand tour countdown continues.Read the full story ›
It could even include a head-to-head contest with his cousin, England star Billy Vunipola, for the Lions' Test number eight shirt.Read the full story ›
Wales captain Jamie Roberts has admitted he was "as disappointed as any player" to miss out on selection for the Lions squad.Read the full story ›
George North has highlighted Warren Gatland's "second to none" preparation work ahead of the British and Irish Lions' New Zealand tour.Read the full story ›
All Blacks fear his "world-class" impact of Taulupe Faletau for the British and Irish Lions, according to Shane Williams.Read the full story ›
Sam Warburton has described his Lions colleague Ross Moriarty as Wales' "stand-out player" since the 2015 Rugby World Cup.Read the full story ›
Lions coach Rob Howley says Sam Warburton's qualities are "comparable" to ex-skipper Martin Johnson following his appointment as captain.Read the full story ›
Wales back row Sam Warburton found out he was Lions captain in a supermarket car park.Read the full story ›
Twelve Welsh players have been named in Warren Gatland's British and Irish Lions squad for their tour of New Zealand in the summer.Read the full story ›
World Rugby CEO Brett Gosper has tweeted that Wales back row Sam Warburton will captain the British and Irish Lions on the tour of New Zealand this summer.
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The 28-year-old captained the Lions' victory in Australia four years ago.
He becomes only the second player after England World Cup winner Martin Johnson as a two-time Lions captain.
Head coach Warren Gatland will confirm his 40 man squad at midday.
The Lions kick off their 10-match trip against the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei on June 3, with the Blues, Crusaders, Highlanders, Maori All Blacks and Chiefs all on their agenda before the first Test three weeks later.