Lynagh


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Lynagh

Michael. born 1963, Australian Rugby Union football player; captain of Australia 1987, 1992--95
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Mr Lynagh said his outlook on life and relationships have changed.
Triple England Grand Slam winner Brian Moore, in that victorious '89 Lions squad, backs Lynagh's judgement.
Lynagh subscribes to the view that for the first time a 'tour captain', who would not be guaranteed his place in the Test XV, should be chosen.
The site has proved to be such a success that Lynagh has now opened Trading Treasures fashion store at Hartlepool Enterprise Centre, selling all manner of high quality clothes brought in by members of the public.
hile d Lynagh targeted boys while they studied for the priesthood at the former Blairs College in Aberdeen - where O'Brien was once rector - in the mid-70s.
Horan, who played alongside Lynagh for the 1991 World Cup-winning Wallabies, initially said his pal was "up and walking".
Three months ahead of the tournament Lynagh says South Africa are not organised enough to defend their title.
Lynagh converted to give his side a 13-6 advantage.
Alain Penaud has been brought in to attempt the impossible by replacing Lynagh as stand-off.
"Michael Lynagh can go home now and I never want to see him again on the field against my team!
Mum Rosie McCann and sister Kerry Lynagh said the 33-year-old had always been passionate about motorbikes, and that he lived his life to the full.
| AUSTRALIA great Michael Lynagh admits he is growing 'a little bit worried' over the Wallabies' prospects in the forthcoming series against the Lions.