HAPHAZARD CAPTAINCY CALL PUTS THE HEAT ON PETER O'MAHONY

Haphazard captaincy call puts the heat on Peter O'Mahony news
MARTIN SAMUEL IN Auckland: The task facing the British and Irish Lions in Auckland this week is as good as encapsulated in the tale of two captains.

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