It was not a good day for British & Irish Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones, that it had to withdraw at 7 ‘for a blow to the left hand and now it will be necessary to corroborate the severity of the injury of the Welsh second line that you will need to study before leaving for South Africa.
They were 6 ‘of the game against Japan at the British & Irish Lions presentation at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium. Alun Wyn Jones went fishing for a ball in a ruck, but James Moore quickly appeared to clean up the mobile formation and on the move Jones had a blow to his left hand. The doctors entered but for the captain of the British & Irish lions there was no more time to continue on the court and He left his place to Courtner Lawes.
The alarms were set to know the severity of Alun Wines Jones’ hand injury but from his face when he left the field of play it was not a small blow. Warren Gatland, the Lions coach will have a tough week in South Africa as the team leaves tomorrow the land of the world champions.