Monday 20 November 2017

The Left Wing: Peter O'Mahony looks back on his memorable Lions tour and talks Munster changes

24 June 2017; Peter O'Mahony of the British & Irish Lions faces the haka during the First Test match between New Zealand All Blacks and the British & Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
24 June 2017; Peter O'Mahony of the British & Irish Lions faces the haka during the First Test match between New Zealand All Blacks and the British & Irish Lions at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
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On the latest episode of The Left Wing, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery are joined by Munster captain Peter O'Mahony.

The back row looks back on his eventful summer with the Lions that saw him captain the side in the first test, as reveals the low-key manner with which Warren Gatland delivered the big news.

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There was also disappointment for O'Mahony, with the Ireland star explaining how he bounced back from being dropped for the second and third tests.

And with Munster currently looking for a replacement for Rassie Erasmus, O'Mahony talks about the state of his team after a strong start to the season, and what the recently retired Felix Jones brings to the set-up as a coach.

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