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British Lions 2001 Limited Edition Signed Rugby Shirt

Signed British Lions Rugby Shirts- A classic signed rugby shirt produced a a limited edition celebrating the careers of legendary wingers Ieuan Evans and David Campese. They faced each other during the 2001 British Lions Tour to Australia.
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British Lions 2001 Dual Signed Shirt
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Signed Rugby Shirts- A classic signed rugby shirt produced a a limited edition celebrating the careers of legendary wingers Ieuan Evans and David Campese.
This specially prepared shirt is halved into the colours of the Lions and Wallabies. The shirt is embroidered with fantastic caricatures of the two legends and playing details Campese 101 tests- 64 tries, Ieuan Evans 72 tests , 34 tries. The framing is world class with a 3D mounting board.

A great addition for any collector of signed rugby shirts 

Ieuan Evans Bibliography;

He was born 21 March 1964 is a former rugby union footballer who played on the wing for Wales. He is regarded as one of the best Welsh wingers of all time, despite playing through a disappointing era of Welsh rugby. A top try scorer at International level, Evans is listed 19th in the world on the all-time Test try scoring list. He is the third highest try scorer for Wales behind Shane Williams and Gareth Thomas.
He was born in Pontarddulais, Wales, and started playing rugby as a pupil at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Carmarthen and for Carmarthen Quins RFC.When he was 19 he joined Llanelli, initially while a student at Salford University. He went on to play in seven cup finals for the club, of which they won five. In 1997 he left Llanelli for Bath where he was part of the team which won the Heineken Cup in 1998.
He made his first international appearance as a right-wing for Wales against France in Paris in 1987. He went on to win 72 caps for Wales, 28 of them as captain, and scored 33 tries.Amongst his most memorable moments were scoring the decisive try in the 3rd Lions Test against Australia in 1989, being captain of the Wales team when they won the Five Nations Championship in 1994 and scoring a memorable try against England in Cardiff in 1993 to secure Wales their only win of that campaign 10-9. He finally retired after his appearance against Italy in 1998.
He went on three tours with the British and Irish Lions, to Australia in 1989, New Zealand in 1993 and South Africa in 1997. His 4 tries against the All Blacks in 1993 made him the British Lions' top try scorer.
He was awarded the MBE for services to rugby in 1996, and announced his retirement from the game in 1999 to run his own PR marketing company. He is also a regular broadcaster, and contributes a regular rugby union blog on the BBC website. In 2007 he was inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame.

David Campese Bibliography;

David Ian Campese was born 21 October 1962 in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, His nickname was "Campo" and is a former Australian rugby union player. His former Australian rugby coach, Alan Jones, said of Campese, "He's probably done one or two bad things and 15 good things." His habit of making mistakes often made him the central feature of controversial moments, but his brilliance during some of Australian rugby's most vital moments have often led him to be called Australia's greatest rugby player and one of the greatest rugby wingers in the history of the game. He was often forthright and cocky, bragging about being a millionaire years before rugby union went professional. But as Nick Farr-Jones once said, "He was just one of those instinctive players that just have pure genius".
He was capped by the Wallabies 101 times, and held the world record for the most tries in test matches (64) until Daisuke Ohata scored his 65th try playing for Japan on 14 May 2006. He was voted player of the tournament at the 1991 Rugby World Cup after scoring nine tries in tests that season and six in the tournament. He is famous for his "goose-step" which left opponents stumbling to try to tackle him. He eventually retired from International rugby in 1998.In 2003 when England won the Rugby World Cup he was a good enough sport to accept the merciless heckling from the English media in the aftermath of England's victory with good grace, and agreed to walk humiliatingly the length of Oxford Street wearing a sandwich board on which the English flag was overlaid with the words "I admit, the best team won!" to make good a rash promise he'd made before the tournament. 

A great and rare piece of Rugby memorabilia.


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