New Zealand Rugby says the British and Irish Lions tour will be crucial to its finances as they attempt to break even by 2020.
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The early signs suggest the bulk of the British and Irish Lions starting XV will come from England, says Sean Fitzpatrick.
Will Greenwood selects his British and Irish Lions XV if the first Test against New Zealand was tomorrow.
Joe Schmidt insists he cannot currently be considered to lead the British and Irish Lions in New Zealand in 2017 due to the constraints of his Ireland contract.
Alan Quinlan has paid tribute to former Munster and Ireland team-mate Paul O'Connell, who earned the nicknamed 'Psycho'.
Our rugby experts pick their British and Irish Lions starting XV to take on New Zealand in 2017.
England have revealed they would allow Stuart Lancaster to be British and Irish Lions head coach if chosen for the 2017 tour.
The British and Irish Lions will take on New Zealand twice in Auckland's Eden Park on a 10-match tour of New Zealand in 2017.
Jonny Wilkinson joins our team of rugby union experts and as an Ambassador for Sky Sports Living for Sport.
The RFU will not stand in Stuart Lancaster's way if the England coach is asked to coach the Lions in 2017.
Sky Sports has secured six long-term rights agreements across six different sports.
Brian O'Driscoll insists he has moved on from his spat with Warren Gatland and is now focused on the Six Nations.
Leigh Halfpenny has won the Rugby Union Writers' Club Player of the Year Award for 2013.
Sam Warburton has targeted making history with Wales in 2014 after enjoying a superb 2013.
Warren Gatland says he will forever treasure the final moments of the Lions' third Test win over Australia.
Rory Best has signed a new two-year contract with Ulster rugby that will tie him to the Province until 2016.
Warren Gatland has a gentleman's agreement to coach the British and Irish Lions again if offered the role in 2017.
Warren Gatland would relish the chance to lead the British and Irish Lions when they tour New Zealand in 2017.
Bayonne chairman Alain Afflelou has described Mike Phillips' behaviour as "treason".