The British Isles Rugby touring team, 'The Lions', had their most convincing win to date by beating Australia 24 points to 3 in the second Test at Sydney June 13.
LS Kick-off England on left - white shorts, Australia on right - black shorts.
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Lineout, ruck forms, Australia wins ball.
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Donald's successful kick
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Lineout, Lions throwing in, Lions attacking
Jackson with ball, passes back to Price who scores
Hewitt converts try.
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Lions attacking, Jeeps passes to Risman - general play.
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Lineout - won by Lions - general play
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Continuation of play.
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Scrum, Lions win
Players walk off field - half time
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Background: The British Isles Rugby touring team, 'The Lions', had their most convincing win to date by beating Australia 24 points to 3 in the second Test at Sydney June 13.
Their tour record now stand at five wins, including both Tests, in the first six matches, with 174 point and 70 against them.
Price claimed two tries for the British Isles, Risman, Dawson and O'Reilly one each, Hewitt converted two tries, and Scotland converted one try and kicked a penalty goal.
Donald kicked the sole Australian penalty goal.
Lenehan; Morton; Kay; Diett; Donald; Summons; Connor; Ellis; Johnson; Dunn; Miller, Carroll; Fenwicke (Capt); Dutterbridge and Thornett.
Scotland; Jackson; Price; Hewitt; O'Reilly; Rismand; Jeeps; McLeod; Dawson (Captain); Miller; Williams; Evans; Smith Marques and Murphy.