Competition: Watch the Lions in New Zealand

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The Lions rugby union team's Test series in New Zealand this summer promises to be one of the highlights of the sporting year. Answer correctly today's three questions and three which appeared yesterday and you could win a trip for two to watch five Lions matches, including two Tests.

Our competition is organised in association with Bell's Scotch Whisky - 'The Spirit of the Game'. With a full spicy flavour and nutty aroma, Bell's is a blend of more than 35 different single malts and grain whiskies from the Scottish Highlands, Islands and Lowlands.

The two winners of our competition will fly to New Zealand on 16 June and return on 4 July. The prize includes match tickets for the Tests in Wellington and Auckland and for the games against Auckland, Hawkes Bay and Waikato, plus tickets for pre-match and post-match functions and an end-of-tour banquet.

The prize also includes excursions to the Rotorua thermal reserve, the Wairakei Geothermal Park and Lake Taupo for a half-day fishing trip, and tickets for a traditional Maori concert and 'Hangi' meal. All flights and accommodation are included, as well as pounds 800 spending money.


1 Who captained the Lions during their 1983 series in New Zealand?

2 When did the Lions last win a Test series in New Zealand?

3 Where is Athletic Park, the venue of one of this summer's Test matches in New Zealand?

4 Who will be the Lions' manager in New Zealand this summer?

5 Who will be the Lions' senior coach in New Zealand?

6 Who was the last Englishman to captain the Lions in a Test series?

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Send your entry to Bell's Lions Competition, Sports Desk, The Independent, 40 City Road, London EC1Y 4DB. Entries must be received by Friday 19 February. The winner will be the sender of the first correct entry drawn out of a hat after that date. The result will be announced on Tuesday 23 February. Usual competition rules apply. The Sports Editor's decision is final and no correspondence can be entered into.