TITLE

... And what we are least likely to see

AUTHOR(S)
Joe Callaghan
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;6/10/2013, p56
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
T-BOWE TOUGH breaks are as synonymous with Lions tours as red shirts. But Tommy Bowe has had enough tough breaks to last a lifetime this past year. That's why Saturday morning's dispatch from Brisbane that the winger had suffered what looked to be a Tour-ending hand injury caused us to lament his luck that little bit more us than, say, Cian Healy's or Gethins Jenkins'. Bowe (left) is one of the good guys, but he's also a damn good winger and the perfect storm of physicality and incision will be sorely missed by the tourists if he isn't to recover in time from his operation. It's been that kind of week, though. With three tour matches left before the first Test, there are sure to be more hard-luck stories.
ACCESSION #
88036760

 

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