Lynagh


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Lynagh

(ˈlaɪnə)
n
(Biography) Michael. born 1963, Australian Rugby Union player; won 72 caps (1984–95) and scored 911 points (an Australian record)
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After promising to not have sex for a year on the first of 2013 for charity, Pete Lynagh has become a changed man.
Bookies stopped taking bets on flanker Warburton last week, and former Australia fly-half Michael Lynagh thinks that's good news for the Wallabies.
"I guess the favourite is Warburton, but for me it has to be Paul O'Connell," said Lynagh, speaking at the launch of Specsavers' sponsorship of match officials for the Lions tour to Australia.
RUGBY UNION: Australia great Michael Lynagh views Paul O'Connell as the best man to lead the Lions this summer, but predicts that Warren Gatland will opt for Sam Warburton.
Karen Lynagh, of Hartlepool, had a wardrobe full of clothes that no longer fitted her after shedding more than two stone within a year of joining a slimming club.
n le In 1994, O'Brien was embroiled in claims of a cover-up over pervert priest Desmond Lynagh.
TIM HORAN has urged rugby fans to pray for his friend Michael Lynagh.
Former Australia captain Michael Lynagh rates the New Zealand All Blacks as favourites for this year's World Cup - with the Wallabies a close second.
David Lynagh and Simon Mason swapped a brace of penalties each in the opening quarter, before Terenure stole away on the run-up to half-time.
They were within a drop-kick of the double and matching that feat of dominance is going to be a huge test for a side stripped of the experience of Michael Lynagh and Philippe Sella.
MICHAEL Lynagh gave Saracens the perfect goodbye present by helping the club lift the Tetley's Bitter Cup with a 48-18 victory over Wasps at Twickenham.
James Lynagh was riding along Culduthel Road in Inverness when the accident happened at around 3.10am on Saturday.