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Craig Mitchell pays for bar brawl after lions win

Exeter prop is fined after late-night scrap in Brisbane

Will Genia during Australia training yesterday

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Rob Howley, the Lions attack coach, celebrating after their victory during the First Test match against the Australian Wallabies

Rugby star Craig Mitchell ordered to pay compensation to man he punched in Australian bar

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'They now understand that it was too late for them to be getting to bed' but they're in Saturday's line-up

James Horwill’s foot was said only to have glanced Alun Wyn Jones

Australia captain James Horwill escapes a ban after claiming he was off balance

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Teenage killer is finally discovered in Australia, after 15 years on run from British police

Simon Hennessey was serving a life sentence for killing his elderly aunt when he was just 14-years-old

British and Irish Lions 2013: James O'Connor ready to spearhead Australia's attack

The first Test takes place this Saturday

George North, the standout Lion, has a hamstring injury
Manu Tuilagi was earmarked to play the role of impact substitute

British and Irish Lions 2013: Manu Tuilagi's tour in doubt with Lions limping towards first Test

Nerve problems are complicating centre's shoulder injury and adding to gloom ahead of Saturday opener

<b>1. Ryan Grant - 4/10</b><br/>
Really struggled to cope with the unexpected power in the scrum by the Brumbies pack. Failed to set the platform for the Lions which cost them dear.

ACT Brumbies v British and Irish Lions - player ratings

The Lions suffered their first defeat of the 2013 tour

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