Despite two tries from Scotland’s Tommy Seymour, the British & Irish Lions drew in Welligton after letting a late 31-17 lead slip to the Hurricanes. The result was dispiriting 31-31 draw after succumbing to a final-quarter fightback by the Super Rugby outfit.
SCOTLAND’S summer tour to the southern hemisphere saw good wins over Italy in Singapore and a famous toppling of Australia in Sydney but ended in disappointment with defeat in Fiji. Here we look at what has been learned from the three-Test trip. After a miserably barren decade and a half, the improvement in the fortunes of Scotland’s rugby team has been pounced on like a thirsty desert wanderer happening upon a glorious oasis.
NEW British and Irish Lion Allan Dell has been handed a new two-year contract by Edinburgh. The Scotland loosehead was a surprise late call-up to Warren Gatland’s squad last week and made his tour debut in the Lions’ midweek win over the Chiefs. It has been a metoric rise for the loosehead, who has grasped the opportunity of Al Dickinson’s injury problems to establish himself with Edinburgh and amass ten Scotland caps before becoming a Lion.
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