HENSOL, WALES - MAY 15: Warren Gatland,(R) the Lions head coach looks on with backs coach Andy Farrell and forwards coach Graham Rowntree (L) during the British and Irish Lions training session at the Vale of Glamorgan on May 15, 2013 in Hensol, Wales.
Like 1997 it was a terrific series but unfortunately we lost 2-1. Neil Jenkins will team up with Andy Farrell in the Lions set-up I cannot wait to get out onto the training pitch and get started I have clear ideas of what I would like to contribute and I cannot wait to get out onto the training pitch and get started.
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