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With Round 6 of the Aviva Premiership and the Guinness PRO12 done and dusted and the Top 14 simmering gently, here is, based on this weekends form, our composite Lions team of the week.BACKS15. Rob Kearney (Leinster)The veteran fullback has been plagued by injury in recent times, and so the news that the two-time Lions tourist completed 76 minutes of work in Leinsters win over Munster on Saturday will not have gone unnoticed by Warren Gatland and his selectors.14. Marland Yarde (Harlequins)Yarde impressed in New Zealand in 2014, not something many England wingers do, but recently he has slipped down the pecking order for his country. His display as Quins dispatched Northampton at the Stoop on Saturday reminded all those watching how good he can be.13. Sam Hill (Exeter Chiefs)The west country of England is throwing up plenty of ball-playing three quarters in recent years, and the way the 23-year-old Hill created space for his outsides in the Chiefs drawn encounter with Gloucester this weekend will have had the purists purring.?12. Matt Banahan (Bath)The big man has always been hard to ignore on the field, and his form this season, culminating in his performance in Baths trouncing of Sale on Friday night, has reignited the Banahan for England campaign.?11. Cian Kelleher (Connacht)Over 120 metres gained from 15 carries - not to mention two tries - in Connachts big win over Ulster on Friday night means this 22-year-old Dubliner waltzes into our Lions team.?10. ?Jason Tovey (Edinburgh)The 27-year-old from Newport has impressed everyone since arriving in the Scottish capital this season, and he had the ball on a string in his sides towelling of Benetton Treviso on Saturday.?9. Greig Laidlaw (Gloucester)The inspirational Scottish skipper will always be in the mix, and not just because his ability from the tee frees up the selectors in terms of goal-kicking. His Gloucester side have endured a tough beginning to the season that was typified by a draw with Exeter this weekend, but under Laidlaws leadership you get the feeling theyll turn it around.FORWARDS8. Ben Morgan (Gloucester)Another currently suffering from the Kingsholm blues, but the man with 61 England caps retains his ball-playing ability and rugby nous, and Eddie Jones will be watching closely to see how Morgan handles the cherry and whites current adversity.?7. Will Welch (Newcastle Falcons)The Falcons young skipper is acquitting himself well in a solid start to the season for Dean Richards men, and his ball-sniffing efforts were rewarded with a try in his teams win over struggling Bristol on Saturday.6. James King (Ospreys)The Welsh blindside was everywhere in Ospreys big win over Cardiff on Friday night, and is showing the kind of form that could see him add to his eight caps in the near future.?5. Graham Kitchener (Leicester)An old-school performance by the Tigers against Worcester relied heavily on men like their 121kg second-row, who grabbed himself a try for his efforts.?4. ?Maro Itoje (Saracens)It would be sheer folly to suggest anyone other than Itoje in the number four jersey in New Zealand in 2017, and his contribution to Saracens victory over Wasps on Sunday afternoon was just another extremely good day at the office for the England man.3. Kieran Brookes (Northampton)Some things may not be functioning yet this season for the Saints, but the scrum is not one of them, and their tighthead props efforts in a losing cause against Quins this weekend will have been duly noted by former front rowers like Warren Gatland and Eddie Jones.?2. Dave Heffernan (Connacht)The 25-year-old from County Mayo was a constant thorn in the side of Ulster as they lost to Connacht on Friday night, and Heffernans work-rate and mobility should see him called up for his country before too long.?1. Mako Vunipola (Saracens)The Sarries loosehead was at the centre of another suffocating tight five display by the champions against Wasps on the weekend, spearheading a dominant scrum and even nicking himself a try.?Cheap Nike Shoes Australia . Bradwell was scheduled to become a free agent Tuesday. Born and raised in Toronto, Bradwell is entering his sixth CFL season, with all six played for his hometown Argonauts. 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Darya Domracheva of Belarus was second, 34.The Mike Moroney-trained Loyalty Man has taken out the $90,000 Wodonga Cup but has had to survive a protest.Loyalty Man ($3) got home by half a length over London Fog in Fridays 1590m race with favourite Entre Nous ($2.50) another short neck away.But London Fogs jockey Daniel Moor fired in a protest alleging interference in the home straight as Loyalty Man drifted out.Stewards dismissed the objection.Jockey Patrick Moloney considered Loyalty Man an unlucky runner when fourth at Flemington at his most recent start and was happy to make amends at Wodonga to repay the faith of the horses connectionss.ddddddddddddI didnt get it right last time but I made up for it today, Moloney told Racing.com.Moloney said Loyalty Man had a lovely run in the race but added that the four-year-old was still learning.He sort of waits for them the whole way up the running, Moloney said.Hes a horse who, the way he travelled, he should have won by about five or six (lengths).But hes still learning his craft and hes got a lot of upside to him. Hopefully he can keep on going on with it. ' ' '

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