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Newly named 2 time Lions Courtney Lawes and Dan Biggar join us to celebrate Warren Gatland's Squad for South Africa 2021. What do we make of the 37 names? What does it tells about how we think the Lions will play? Who can feel most aggrieved to have missed out? PLUS news of our first Post Covid, Lions related Live Show. LTBP. See acast.com/privacy …
 
Josh Bayliss is a professional rugby player for Bath Rugby. Josh broke into the first team at the Rec a couple of years ago and has gone from strength to strength since. He is now one of Bath's leading players, particularly in a season so fragmented with international call ups. His efforts are not only appreciated by his club but also by Gregor Tow…
 
Lawton started his career at the Western Daily Press in 1993 before joining the Daily Express and then The Daily Telegraph. He moved to the Daily Mail in 2002 and was chief football correspondent and executive sport editor before becoming chief sports reporter. In September 2019 he joined The Times. Lawton was named Sports News Reporter of the Year…
 
Ojo was born in Tottenham, London. His father, Akin Ojo, a thoracic surgeon, and his mother Bola Ojo (née Ibidapo-Obe) are from south-west Nigeria,[2] where Temitope is a common Yoruba name. Topsy Ojo started to play rugby unionat Dartford Grammar School at the age of eleven, as well as going on to captain the 1st XV. He also represented Kent and L…
 
Toby joined London Irish in 2002 as assistant academy manager where he helped recruit the first players for the academy - many of whom are now playing for the Exiles' and Bath's first teams. Toby was appointed head coach at London Irish in 2008 after the previous coach, Brian Smith, became an England coach. Booth's team reached the final of the Gui…
 
In April 2011 Scott joined Edinburgh as an elite development player. He made his competitive début on 2 September 2011 against Cardiff Blues. His first try came against 2010–11 Celtic League winners Munster. Since then he has become a familiar feature for Edinburgh, combining his upbringing as a stand-off with his strength in the tackle to great ef…
 
Cheshire based Para-Athlete and Project Leader, A former soldier who was wounded in Afghanistan and discharged on medical grounds following 6 years+ service. Since leaving the military Craig has used his physical and mental injuries to help tackle social isolation, mental health and develop young people via sport. As a member of Team UK and Rugby U…
 
Barry was part of Bristol academy system where he enjoyed a loan spell at Clifton near Bristol. Barry made his senior debut when they beat Cornish Pirates 60-15 at Camborne in May 2010 and made his 50th appearance for Bristol winning against the Pirates won 50-22 in the British and Irish Cup at the Mennaye Field in September 2011. In July 2012, Bar…
 
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