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23/05/2005 : The Lions v Argentina
23/05/2005 : The Lions v Argentina

British & Irish Lions 25-25 Argentina

Mint condition programme from this game in which Jonny Wilkinson marked his return to international rugby by snatching a 25-25 draw for the British and Irish Lions against Argentina at the Millennium Stadium.



Price: 7.00

04/06/2005 : The Lions v Bay of Plenty
04/06/2005 : The Lions v Bay of Plenty

Mint condition programme from this game in which The British and Lions beat Bay of Plenty 34-20 in Rotorua but victory was marred by a serious injury to Lawrence Dallaglio, who fractured an ankle and was later ruled out of the tour.


Price: 7.00

08/06/2005 : The Lions v Taranaki
08/06/2005 : The Lions v Taranaki

Mint condition programme from this game where The British and Irish Lions beat a determined Taranaki side 36-14 in North Plymouth with England fly half Charlie Hodgson staking his claim to a Test place with a fine all-round performance.



Price: 7.00

11/06/2005 : The Lions v NZ Maori
11/06/2005 : The Lions v NZ Maori

Mint condition programme from this game in which New Zealand Maori claimed their first-ever victory over the British and Irish Lions after a well-deserved 19-13 win in Hamilton.

In a match described as the "fourth Test" ahead of the three-match series against the New Zealand All Blacks, the Maori were inspired by a brave performance from captain Jono Gibbes and outstanding fly half Carlos Spencer.



Price: 7.50

15/06/2005 : The Lions v Wellington
15/06/2005 : The Lions v Wellington

Mint condition programme in which The British and Irish Lions got back to winning ways with a deserved 23-6 victory over Wellington at a wet and windy Westpac Stadium.


Price: 7.00

18/06/2005 : The Lions v Otago
18/06/2005 : The Lions v Otago

Mint condition programme in which The British and Irish Lions lifted their tour record to four wins out of five matches with a 30-19 victory over Otago in Dunedin.

It was the most accomplished performance by the Lions so far, and the errors highlighted in their loss to the New Zealand Maori a week previous were addressed, particularly in the ruck and maul area where they have been consistantly outplayed.


Price: 8.00

21/06/2005 : The Lions v Southland
21/06/2005 : The Lions v Southland

Mint condition programme from this game in which two tries by Gavin Henson carried the British and Irish Lions to a 26-16 win over a brave Southland.

But it was far from a commanding performance from the Lions, despite coach Sir Clive Woodward calling for a morale boosting performance ahead of the first Test against the All Blacks on Saturday.


Price: 7.00

25/06/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (1st Test)
25/06/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (1st Test)

Mint condition programme from this game in which The British and Irish Lions stumbled to a 21-3 defeat against the All Blacks in the first Test after losing captain Brian O’Driscoll to a dislocated shoulder that rules him out of the rest of the tour.

The match was played in driving rain and freezing temperatures at Jade Stadium in Christchurch and it was the All Blacks who conquered the difficult playing conditions.


Price: 9.99

28/06/2005 : The Lions v Manawatu
28/06/2005 : The Lions v Manawatu

Excellent condition programme from this game and with Test places up for grabs, left wing Shane Williams bagged five of the 17 tries scored by the British and Irish Lions in a 109-6 thrashing of Manawatu in Palmerston North.

Lions coach Sir Clive Woodward delayed naming his squad for Saturday’s second Test, to gave his midweek side every incentive to shine and was rewarded with a comprehensive display of attacking rugby.



Price: 7.50

02/07/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (2nd Test)
02/07/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (2nd Test)

Excellent condition programme from this game in which New Zealand beat the British and Irish Lions 48-18 in the second Test in Wellington to wrap up the series with a superb display of rugby orchestrated by dazzling fly half Daniel Carter.

Carter ran in two solo tries and added 23 points with the boot as the All Blacks took control in the second half after the Lions had made a bright start to the match.




Price: 9.99

05/07/2005 : The Lions v Auckland
05/07/2005 : The Lions v Auckland

Excellent condition programme from this game in which The British and Irish Lions held off a determined Auckland fightback to claim a hard-earned 17-13 victory at Eden Park.

The win leaves the Lions with a 100 percent record in midweek matches on the tour of New Zealand.



Price: 7.00

09/07/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (3rd Test)
09/07/2005 : The Lions v The All Blacks (3rd Test)

Excellent condition programme from this game where New Zealand beat the British and Irish Lions 38-19 in the third and final Test in Auckland to win the series 3-0.

The All Blacks scored five tries and also had captain Tana Umaga and loose forward Jerry Collins yellow-carded in an incident-packed encounter before a crowd of 47,500 at Eden Park



Price: 9.99

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