Warburton defends Sincker arrest on Lions tour.
Lions captain Sam Warburton has defended teammate Kyle Sinckler who was arrested in Auckland during a team night out.
Sinckler did nothing wrong - Warburton
British & Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton has defended Kyle Sinckler following his arrest by New Zealand police by stating the England prop did "absolutely nothing wrong".
Warburton: A fourth 'Test' virtually impossible.
Lions captain Sam Warburton believes it is unlikely that New Zealand against the Barbarians could become a deciding fourth Test.
Poite's decision rewrites 100 years of history
Craig Dowd was taught there was no point arguing with referees, but now there is doubt and now it's worth captains reading up their law books and questioning every decision if it doesn't go in their favour.
Adam Jones: Lions secured their future
As the dust settles on the 2017 British & Irish Lions tour there has been a lot of talk about where the tourists fit into the new global calendar.
Lions tours by the numbers
As the dust settles, we run the numbers to look at where the 1-1 draw against the All Blacks sits in Lions heritage.
England rule out releasing players for BaaBaas
England have ruled out the possibility of releasing players for the Barbarians' fixture against New Zealand on Nov. 4.
Breathtaking series reaffirms Lions' standing
Do the British & Irish Lions have a future in the global calendar? Ask those involved over the last six weeks and you'll get a resolute "yes."
Lions 'might not have drawn' under another coach
Warren Gatland believes he might be the only coach who could have guided the British & Irish Lions to their Test series draw with New Zealand.
Warburton expected extra time to settle series
British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton has revealed he was "ready for 20 minutes of extra time" at the dramatic third Test conclusion against world champions New Zealand.
ESPN's 2017 Lions tour awards
Ten matches, 12 flights, 12 different hotels, innumerable glasses of pinot noir and a series which ended up as draw. Here are ESPN's Lions tour awards.
Drawn series has 'saved' Lions - McBride
Willie John McBride believes the British & Irish Lions may have been saved from extinction by the performance of this year's side in New Zealand.
Lions may shun England stars in future
John Spencer has warned that future British and Irish Lions tours could happen without any England players if Premiership clubs do not help solve scheduling problems.
Referee 'overthought' late All Blacks call
All Blacks boss Steve Hansen believes referee Romain Poite overthought his controversial late call to revoke a kickable penalty in their third-Test draw with the British & Irish Lions.
Davies awarded Lions player of series
Jonathan Davies admitted he was "chuffed to bits" to be named the British and Irish Lions players' player of the tour for 2017.
WATCH - Reaction to controversial reversal.
Sam Warburton, Steve Hansen and Warren Gatland gave differing opinions on the referee's controversial decision reversal in the last minute of the match.
Read: It's a hollow feeling.
Despite winning his 100th cap, All Blacks captain Kieran Read admitted he'd have swapped them all for a series win over the British and Irish Lions.
Hansen: We have to take the good with the bad.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen remained diplomatic regarding the controversial last-minute incident when referee Romain Poite reversed his offside decision.
Warburton: It's worth asking the question.
Lions captain Sam Warburton reflects on the controversial last-minute incident against the All Blacks when referee Romain Poite reversed his offside decision.
VOTE: Are you satisfied with a drawn series?
The 15-15 final score and subsequent drawn Test series between the British & Irish Lions and All Blacks has left a strange feeling for both sides.
Hansen: Drawing with the Lions like 'kissing your sister.'
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen compares drawing his side's three-match Test series with the British and Irish Lions, with kissing his sister.
Gatland: I thought it was a penalty to us.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland gives his opinion on the late contentious decision by the referee to reverse his on-field call for offside.
WATCH: Gatland the 'clown.'
After receiving negative press throughout the Lions' tour of New Zealand, coach Warren Gatland wore a red nose to his final press conference after drawing the series against the All Blacks.
Gatland has last laugh on Kiwi critics
British & Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland walked into his press conference wearing a clown's nose as he hailed his side's character.
Hansen calls for 'simpler' rule book
All Blacks boss Steve Hansen believes rugby should make its rules clearer after his side were awarded a late penalty against the Lions, only to see that decision downgraded as they with the tourists.
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