Shane Williams Picks His Lions XV From Round 4 Of The Six Nations
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Welsh legend Shane Williams is back with his British & Irish Lions XV after Round 4 of the Six Nations.
The former Lions and Wales winger has gone with an interesting line-up that is dominated by Welshmen after their win over Ireland in Cardiff on Friday night.
In fact Williams has no fewer than nine of Rob Howley’s men in his side with the likes of the resurgent George North in his team, along with playmaker Dan Biggar and 2013 captain Sam Warburton.
Just one Irishman makes his side in the form of Munster winger Simon Zebo, while no Scottish players make his team after their embarrassing defeat to champions England.
Five English players make the XV including Owen Farrell and hat-trick hero Jonathan Joseph. Y0u may also have noticed that Rhys Webb is down as an Englishman. The Welsh might have something to say about that…
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