British and Irish Lions 2013: Re-live the series with our A-Z guide of the tour of Australia
What made this year's tour so special? We bring you the A-Z of the 2013 Lions tour to Australia
Thursday 11 July 2013
The British and Irish Lions 2013 tour to Australia once again showed the sides ability to capture the imagination of everyone in the British Isles, uniting four countries that spend a similar number of years trying to beat each other to join forces and head south on tours that make legends.
Here, we look at what made this year's tour so special as we recap all the way back to June 1 with an A-Z guide of the Lions tour to Australia.
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