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British Irish Lions tour 2021: Andy Farrell not expecting a call soon from Warren Gatland

Ireland head coach Andy Farrell does not expect to find out for some time whether he will be a coach on 2021 British and Lions to South Africa.

Farrell has been defense coach on the last two tours under Warren Gatland, who will again take charge next year. Rugby fans can book British Irish lions tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

“Things don’t get sorted out until Warren is quite sure at the end of the next Six Nations what he would want in his squad and his staff,” said Farrell.

“There’s no point second-guessing, I’ve learned that down the years with him.”

British Irish Lions tour 2021: Andy Farrell not expecting a call soon from Warren Gatland
British Irish Lions tour 2021: Andy Farrell not expecting a call soon from Warren Gatland

Who will make the coaching staff for the 2021 Lions tour?

Farrell has received plaudits for his role in the last two Lions tours and is yet to experience a series defeat after the tourists beat Australia in 2013 then drew with then-world champions New Zealand four years later.

Despite having a good relationship with Gatland, the rugby league icon is not taking anything for granted in terms of his involvement next summer.

“Warren’s a friend of mine and we speak from time to time,” added Farrell, who became Ireland head coach last year.

“I’ve enjoyed working with him and he’d be somebody that I speak to along the way anyway.

“But he always keeps his cards close to his chest.”

The coronavirus pandemic has prompted a new look for the international rugby calendar, with Ireland set to play six games in seven weeks this autumn after the 2019-20 club season is belatedly brought to a conclusion.

British Irish Lions tour 2021: Andy Farrell not expecting a call soon from Warren Gatland
British Irish Lions tour 2021: Andy Farrell not expecting a call soon from Warren Gatland

With the next 12 months set to be busy to unprecedented levels as competitions seek to make up for a lost time, Farrell anticipates the high volume of matches will see a larger pool of players come into contention for a place on the Lions tour.

“It’s a hell of a year which finishes with what I’d imagine is everyone’s dream,” he said.

“If you’ve got aspirations to play international rugby, I’m sure you aspire to be a British and Irish Lion.

“I know what Warren is like if somebody grabs the bull by the horns at the start of the season and continues that over a long old period of this season, anything can happen.”

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Warburton joins British & Irish Lions Charitable Trust

The British & Irish Lions Charitable Trust has announced a new board of trustees with former Wales and Lions captain Sam Warburton among those joining with immediate effect.

Warburton comes on board alongside former Ireland international Fergus Slattery – a Lions tourist in 1971 and 1974 – who is Chairman. Rugby fans can book British Irish lions tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

England’s 2003 World Cup winner Richard Hill and Scotland and Lions legend Gavin Hastings are also involved.

Warburton joins British & Irish Lions Charitable Trust
Warburton joins British & Irish Lions Charitable Trust

Established in 2002, the Lions Charitable Trust focuses on providing financial support for the home unions’ funds for injured players and offering assistance to Lions who may have fallen on hard times.

Warburton won the first of his 74 caps for Wales in 2009 and went on to skipper his country 49 times in a stunning nine-year international career.

At the age of 24, Warburton was made the youngest ever Lions captain for the victorious 2013 tour to Australia. He also led the Lions again four years later in New Zealand as the sides drew 1-1.

Warburton said: “I am thrilled to be joining the Lions Charitable Trust at an incredibly exciting time for the charity and help lead it on the next stage of its development.

“The work of the Trust is incredibly important in providing help to support former Lions in hardship.

“I look forward to working with the other Trustees and Lions staff to build on the excellent work that has already been carried out to date.”

Shane Whelan, Secretary of the Lions Charitable Trust, said: “We are delighted to appoint Fergus Slattery as Chairman and such an esteemed cohort of Trustees.

Warburton joins British & Irish Lions Charitable Trust

“Their knowledge and network, which spans four generations of Lions, will be an exceptional asset as we develop the Trust and ensure it is in the best possible position to support worthy causes and former Lions in times of crisis.”

Slattery added: “I am honored to have been selected to join the new Board and to take on the role of Chairman. The Trust is at an important point in its development and has a great opportunity to build its influence in the world of rugby.

“I am excited to work alongside my fellow trustees and to be supporting the organization and its vital work.”

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British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa

With the British and Irish Lions Series to South Africa less than a year away, LWOSRugby takes a look at the potential bolters for the tour. First up, it’s the Springboks.

The Forwards

Jaco Coetzee. 24. 108kg. Back Row. 0 test caps.

The strength and depth that South Africa boasts in the back row is frankly frightening and makes this a bold prediction. World Cup winners Siya Kolisi, Duane Vermuelen, and the best player in the world Pieter-Steph du Toit are likely to continue as the starting back row. The retirement of Francois Louw, however, has opened up a spot on the bench and Jaco Coetzee is more than a mere pretender to the throne. Rugby fans can book British Irish lions tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa
British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa

A dynamic and aggressive ball-carrying flanker in the mold of… well, every South African flanker that’s ever played the game really, Coetzee also boasts a deceptive turn of pace, strength over the ball, and is a lineout option. His versatility means he can cover six, seven, and eight and might be an ideal impact substitute as part of Rassie and Jacques’ ‘Bomb Squad’.

Choosing Jaco Coetzee ahead of players such as Marcel Coetzee, Dan, and Jean-Luc du Preez, Sikhumbuzo Notshe and Arno Botha (all of whom have Springbok experience) would certainly set the cat amongst the pigeons. However, with ferocious performances in Super Rugby and the Currie Cup over the last few seasons, Coetzee has played himself into deserved contention.

The Backs

Curwin Bosch. 23. 83kg. Fly Half. 2 caps.

Curwin Bosch has been in and around the Springbok discussion for so long now that it almost doesn’t feel right to call him a ‘bolter’. Yet, with only 2 caps to his name his international career is still very much in its infancy.

British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa

In 2020 Bosch has come of age. Backing from his coaches has allowed him to finally settle at his preferred position of fly-half and he is reaping the rewards. Arguably, already South Africa’s best tactical kicker, Bosch has added a few more strings to his bow. The defensive frailties that have hitherto stalled his progression are slowly vanishing and as his confidence has grown he has become a top quality ball-playing fly half (something of a rarity in South Africa).

Pollard and Jantjies look set to be the preferred flyhalves for the Lions series but an injury to either would bring Bosch right into the fold – probably ahead of the Damian Willemse who is currently suffering the same ‘fly-half vs full-back’ identity crisis that haunted Bosch not long ago.

The Wildcard

Aphelele Fassi. 22. 87kg. Full Back. 0 test caps.

Many in the northern hemisphere have not heard the name Aphelele Fassi. Get well acquainted – it’s a name you’ll be hearing a lot over the next decade.

British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa
British and Irish Lions series bolters South Africa

This year Fassi burst onto the Super Rugby scene with dazzling performances against the Jaguares and Highlanders. He ended the curtailed season with the second most meters gained (619) as well as eight line breaks, 22 tackle busts, and three tries to his name. So impressive has he been this year that the South African rugby zeitgeist is tipping him to be the next big thing.

Fassi’s talent may be raw, but it is undeniable. His pace is electrifying and he was to play in the Lions series he would be the fastest player on the pitch (yes… even ahead of Johnny May). Complimenting his speed is his footwork and vision – a scintillating cocktail of attributes that have made Fassi particularly adept at finding holes where none should exist. A potent kicking game, honed from a school career at fly-half, makes Fassi a more rounded player than one might predict.

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Ugo Monye – Plenty of time for prospective British Lions

Former England and British & Irish Lions wing Ugo Monye says there will be more than enough opportunities for players to prove themselves before the 2021 tour of South Africa.

Monye has personal experience of rising from the fringes as he went from playing as a reserve for the English Saxons to starting against the Springboks when the Lions last toured South Africa in 2009. Rugby fans can book Springboks vs British and lions Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Ugo Monye - Plenty of time for prospective British Lions
Ugo Monye – Plenty of time for prospective British Lions

The then 26-year-old not only scored an excellent solo try in the third Test, which the Lions won but also finished the tour as the top try-scorer – with five scores to his name.

With over half of 2020 already lost to the Covid-19 pandemic, prospective Lions players will be concerned over whether they will be left with enough time to prove their worth before the tour gets underway in July next year.

However, Monye told the Lions website that while a few names may already be penciled in for next year’s squad, there will still be plenty of time for a couple of surprise names to surface.

‘I got capped in November 2008 and ended up going on a Lions Tour with six international caps,’ Monye said. ‘There is all manner of opportunity and I think it’s a really interesting time.

‘We have seen players emerge in the Premiership and almost get capped this season – Louis Rees-Zammit is absolute lightning and I’d say he’d go well on a fast track in South Africa.

Ugo Monye – Plenty of time for prospective British Lions

‘The impact that these players can have, I wouldn’t be ruling anyone out. There will be four or five players that are not on the Lions radar now that will be spoken about regarding going on that Tour.

‘There won’t be many but there will be some guys that enter the conversation, but there is a big difference between being part of the conversation and being on the plane – that’s for sure.

‘No one knows what this rugby world in the next year is going to look like. But if we can get a full calendar of games, Autumn Internationals in whatever capacity, Six Nations as well as the domestic leagues and European competition – there are enough games at a high level to be able to prove yourself.

‘So, for anyone who doesn’t feel they are automatic selection, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter. There are plenty of games, plenty of opportunities to make a late surge.’

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Vodafone named lead sponsor of British and Irish Lions for South Africa tour

British and Irish Lions have announced telecommunications company Vodafone as the lead sponsor for the upcoming tour of South Africa next year.

Vodafone’s logo will be displayed on the front of the Lions’ shirt and will replace Standard Investments, who led the sponsorship in 2017 during the tour of New Zealand. Rugby fans can book Springboks vs British and lions Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

The deal also extends to the provision of communications for the touring party and technical support for training and player performance.

Vodafone named lead sponsor of British and Irish Lions for South Africa tour
Vodafone named lead sponsor of British and Irish Lions for South Africa tour

According to reports, it is learned that Standard Investments paid up to £6.25m for the tour of New Zealand while HSBC had paid up to £5m for the 2013 tour of Australia for the sponsorship.

“Today’s announcement represents two iconic brands coming together. Along with supporting Warren and the team, Vodafone will also help to enhance the experience of Lions supporters through the very best technology and innovation,” said Managing Director of the British & Irish Lions Ben Calveley.

“The fans are a crucial aspect of any Lions tour and we will need to ensure they feel part of the team, to ignite their incredible support if we are to overcome the World Champions.

“In Vodafone, we have found a partner who shares our passion for connectivity, and we are delighted to have them on board to enhance the experience of the Lions fans across the world.”

British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland also welcomed Vodafone for the association with the side.

Vodafone named lead sponsor of British and Irish Lions for South Africa tour
Vodafone named lead sponsor of British and Irish Lions for South Africa tour

“I am excited to welcome aboard Vodafone as a team sponsor for the tour next summer. The key to a successful Lions Tour is about players coming together quickly and staying united behind one common goal – to win a Test series against the World Champions in South Africa.

“I cannot think of a brand that knows more about bringing people together than Vodafone. I am sure they will play an important role in supporting the team on and off the pitch, as well as ensuring the Tour is a unique experience for all Lions supporters.”

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Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row

Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber expects the coaching continuity and experience of Warren Gatland to pose a massive challenge during next year’s British & Irish Lions tour.

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Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber, speaking on the SA Rugby Podcast, said he is expecting more of the same from Gatland and his touring team when they arrive in South Africa in 2021.

Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row
Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row

It will be Nienaber’s second encounter with the British & Irish Lions after he was involved with Western Province in 2009. The tourists won a tough tussle in torrential rain 26-23 at Newlands in Cape Town.

Gatland has not lost a series since being appointed as Lions head coach in 2012. The New Zealander was involved in the 2009 Tour as a forwards coach and has since coached the invitational team to a 2-1 series win against Australia – which included a massive 41-16 victory in the final Test – as well as a 1-1 series draw against the All Blacks after the final encounter ended in a 15-15 stalemate.

‘Warren Gatland’s coaching ability and experience, and the teams he assembled on their two previous tours to Australia and New Zealand, speaks for itself,’ Nienaber said.

Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row
Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row

‘The series victory in Australia was their first in 16 years, since they beat the Boks in 1997, and we know how tough it is to get a win or a draw in New Zealand.

‘Warren and his coaching staff are very experienced in the Lions set-up, what is needed to fuse players from four teams and four different styles of play, and what buttons to press to unlock the emotions, skill sets and grunt from various countries.

‘They will certainly have all their ducks in a row and it will be a massive challenge for us.’

Gatland returned to New Zealand after finishing his 13-year tenure as Wales coach last year and is busy coaching the Chiefs in Super Rugby Aotearoa.

A concern for Nienaber is that he does not know what to expect from the Lions, but the Springbok coach says he is taking note from what Gatland is doing with the Chiefs.

‘The negative for us, is that we don’t know what type of playing style they will bring to South Africa,’ Nienaber admitted.

Nienaber: Lions will have their ducks in a row

‘We’re watching Warren with the Chiefs at the moment, to see what direction they are taking as he might bring some of that over to SA next year. There certainly is enough intrigue and story lines involved that makes for one massive clash next year.’

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Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021

According to Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber, next year’s tour of the British and Irish Lions to South Africa will pose a massive challenge to his team.

Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber has offered effusive praise for the British and Irish Lions and their coach Warren Gatland. Rugby fans can book Springboks vs British and lions Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021
Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021

Gatland will coach the Lions for the third time when they tour South Africa in 2021, completing the traditional set having already taken the team to Australia and his native New Zealand.

Formerly the coach of Wales, Gatland has taken up a position with the Chiefs who will grant him leave to mentor the Lions. His time in Waikato has made a rough start with the team failing to win a match in Super Rugby Aotearoa to date.

BRITISH AND IRISH LIONS WILL BE READY TO FACE SPRINGBOKS

Nienaber expects Gatland’s Lions to be a different prospect though and is relishing testing himself against the veteran coach.

“Warren Gatland’s coaching ability and experience, and the teams he assembled on their two previous tours to Australia and New Zealand, speaks for itself,” said Nienaber.

“The series victory in Australia was their first in 16 years since they beat the Boks in 1997, and we know how tough it is to get a win or a draw in New Zealand.

Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021

“Warren and his coaching staff are very experienced in the Lions set-up, what is needed to fuse players from four teams and four different styles of play, and what buttons to press to unlock the emotions, skill sets and grunt from various countries.

“They will certainly have all their ducks in a row and it will be a massive challenge for us.”

ONE EYE ON THE CHIEFS

Nienaber said that he and his technical team had one eye on what Gatland was doing at the Chiefs to perhaps glean some insights.

“The negative for us, is that we don’t know what type of playing style they will bring to South Africa,” said Nienaber.

“We’re watching Warren with the Chiefs at the moment, to see what direction they are taking as he might bring some of that over to SA next year. There certainly is enough intrigue and storylines involved that makes for one massive clash next year.”

Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021
Springboks expect to meet well-drilled British and Irish Lions in 2021

The British and Irish Lions are set to play eight matches in all in South Africa with five tour games augmenting the three Tests.

The first Test in the three-match series is slated to take place on Saturday 24 July 2021 at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. A week later they will face the Springboks again at Newlands before the series wraps up back in Johannesburg at Ellis Park.

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South Africa: British, Irish Lions Tour of SA Goes Ahead

THE British and Irish Lions’ tour of South Africa will go ahead in July next year, defying fears that it would be halted by the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The eight-game tour kicks off on July 3 at the Cape Town Stadium with a fixture between the visitors and DHL Stormers.

It concludes on August 7 when the Springboks host British and Irish Lions at the Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg, Gauteng. Rugby fans can book British lions rugby Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

South Africa: British, Irish Lions Tour of SA Goes Ahead
South Africa: British, Irish Lions Tour of SA Goes Ahead

Jurie Roux, Chief Executive Officer of South Africa Rugby, confirmed the tour dates have remained unchanged.

“The whole of South Africa is looking forward to welcoming the Lions,” he told CAJ News Africa in Cape Town.

“We continue progressing our plans to provide our local supporters, as well as fans travelling from abroad, with a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Roux said.

This will be the British and Irish Lions’ third tour since the game turned professional.

They won the 1997 tour while South Africa clinched the 2009 edition.

“On every occasion, the Springboks took the field as reigning Rugby World Cup champions and the 2021 tour is already shaping up to be one for the ages,” Roux said.

South Africa: British, Irish Lions Tour of SA Goes Ahead

Ben Calveley, British and Irish Lions Managing Director, lamented that COVID-19 pandemic had caused massive disruption to the sporting calendar but also confirmed the tour will proceed as initially arranged.

He was speaking from England.

“I am particularly pleased that we are able to provide some clarity for all those Lions supporters eager to travel to South Africa next summer,” Calveley stated.

The British and Irish Lions have toured South Africa on 13 previous occasions since the first one in 1891.

The Springboks have an upper hand, winning 23 of the ties to the tourists’ 17.

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British and Irish Lions tour decision sparks fresh concern for player welfare

The British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa will still place next summer despite concerns over player welfare with the Premiership season delayed

The British and Irish Lions have been given the go-ahead to tour South Africa next summer – sparking fresh concern for player welfare. Rugby fans can book British lions rugby Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Weeks of uncertainty ended when organisers confirmed that the eight-match trip, culminating in three Tests against the world champion Springboks, will take place as originally scheduled.

British and Irish Lions tour decision sparks fresh concern for player welfare
British and Irish Lions tour decision sparks fresh concern for player welfare

Both parties had been prepared to push the tour back into the autumn if it freed up a summer slot for global rugby to at least make a start on repairing its parlous financial situation.

But with club and country unable to agree on a route out of Covid crisis, the Lions have chosen to go ahead as planned, starting in Cape Town on July 3 and running through to August 7, when the final Test is staged at Ellis Park.

The fortnight-long series clashes directly with the Olympics but of greater concern to players will be that it leaves next to time for rest from the moment the English Premiership resumes next month.

Just this week former England star Freddie Burns launched a scathing attack on rugby bosses in these pages over the ‘brutal’ Premiership demands being imposed on the country’s stars.

He condemned as “madness” the revised schedule, which sees clubs play seven times in 28 days in order to finish this campaign in time to start the next one less than a month later.

“Player welfare is a term we hear a lot about,” said the Japan-bound fly-half. “But I don’t think it’s quite backed up by anyone in the game.”

Elite players in England are limited to 30 full games – or 35 match ‘involvements’ of 20 minutes or more – under the agreement between clubs, country and players’ union.

Yet the top players face the prospect of up to five Tests in the autumn and a Six Nations Championship in the spring.

Add to that two European Cups and one and a half domestic league campaigns before the Lions even set off on safari and there are difficult conversations looming.

British and Irish Lions tour decision sparks fresh concern for player welfare

Days after Premiership Rugby boss Darren Childs claimed “every single club is absolutely on board and totally supportive” with the schedule, Damian Hopley revealed that the players’ union he leads are still discussing the small print.

Whatever the state of the Lions when they finally assemble, South Africa has vowed to lay on a “once-in-a-lifetime” experience for their fans – while challenging home supporters to “ensure the army of red does not dwarf our sea of green and gold”.

Seven players and two non-playing staff, from a pool of 856, have tested positive in Premiership Rugby’s second round of Covid testing.

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SA Rugby plans joint tour documentary with British and Irish Lions

A ground-breaking partnership between SA Rugby and the British and Irish Lions includes plans of a tour documentary.

The British and Irish Lions 2021 tour to South Africa will spawn another documentary, this time in a joint venture between the two rugby giants.

In previous tours, both teams have given fans access to behind the scenes content via 1997’s Living with the Lions, which documented the visitors’ expedition, as well as a similar look into the 2009 tour. Rugby fans can book British lions rugby Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

SA Rugby plans joint tour documentary with British and Irish Lions
SA Rugby plans joint tour documentary with British and Irish Lions

BRITISH AND IRISH LIONS TOUR TO SA DOCUMENTARY IN THE WORKS

In an all-encompassing venture between SA Rugby and the Lions, fans will gain access through both camps.

In a joint statement issued out on Friday, Lions managing director Ben Calvery said this was the first time in the team’s long history that a tour has been approached in this manner.

“A Lions Tour is a global sporting event and its continued commercial growth over the last decade has made it clear that a more collaborative, efficient, and optimized structure was needed,” he said.

“Together with SA Rugby, this new approach will ensure that the 2021 Tour will reach new heights and avoid some of the inefficiencies we have experienced on previous tours. While the competition on the field of play is great, off the field we should aspire to work collaboratively to create a whole greater than the sum of the parts.” 

SA Rugby chief executive, Jurie Roux said the venture was a good example of co-operation in the north and southern hemisphere.

“I am confident that this new more collaborative approach will help unlock new and increased revenues for South African rugby and the British & Irish Lions, which gets reinvested into the game, and look forward to working in close partnership between now and the Tour next year.”

The Lions are expected to land in South Africa in June, ahead of five tour matches – the first of which kicks off on 3 July – and three Tests against the Springboks.

SA Rugby plans joint tour documentary with British and Irish Lions

§  FULL TOUR SCHEDULE 

  • Saturday 3 July: British & Irish Lions v DHL Stormers – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town
  • Wednesday 7 July: British & Irish Lions v South Africa’ Invitational’ – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
  • Saturday 10 July: British & Irish Lions v Cell C Sharks – Jonsson Kings Park, Durban
  • Wednesday 14 July: British & Irish Lions v South Africa ‘A’ Team – Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit
  • Saturday 17 July: British & Irish Lions v Vodacom Bulls – Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
  • Saturday 24 July (first Test): Springboks v British & Irish Lions – FNB Stadium, Johannesburg
  • Saturday 31 July (second Test): Springboks v British & Irish Lions – Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town
  • Saturday 7 August (third Test): Springboks v British & Irish Lions – Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg

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