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Playing against the Barbarians for the British and Irish Lions at Twickenham in 1977, as part of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebration, remains one of the most…

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Playing against the Barbarians for the British and Irish Lions at Twickenham in 1977, as part of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebration, remains one of the most enjoyable experiences of my career – and, coincidentally, the one time my wife, Judy, was able to see me play live in a Lions jersey.
Having returned from a gruelling four-month tour of New Zealand and Fiji a few weeks earlier, having played 26 matches, including four Tests against the All Blacks, we were all exhausted. But we were also…

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