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When British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland revealed his 41-man squad for the tour of New Zealand back in April, plenty of supporters were quietly confident ahead of the three match series this summer. On paper, the Lions are blessed with an abundance of talent in almost every area on the field but something isn’t quite right.
You might have enjoyed watching the Olympic trampoline competition at the Olympics recently, but did you know that this sport wasn’t even a part of the Olympics until the year 2000? The trampoline was first invented by George Nissen and gymnastics coach Larry Griswold at the University of Iowa in 1936. In spite of this relatively long history, it took nearly two-thirds of a century for the sport to be considered for the Olympics.
Simply put, England were superb in 2016; going on a 13-match unbeaten run throughout the calendar year. Eddie Jones has managed to single-handedly turn England’s form around after their dismal effort in last year’s home World Cup and they are yet to lose under their Australian head coach. If nothing else, a Six Nations Grand Slam success and whitewash tour triumph in Australia in 2016 have helped to remind us just how strong this England side is.
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This bet is all the more impressive as it was placed in-play with 20 minutes to go. By backing teams that were loosing to turn it round and a number of unlikely draws he constructed a longshot 6542/1 accumulator. The punter confidently placed £100 on his in-play, eight fold. A late goal from Charlton earning themselves a draw and a two goals turn around at West Ham set up a nervy finish with two minutes to go and still two teams to come in. An 88th minute penalty at Fulham followed by a 91st minute equaliser from Coventry confirmed the greatest ever accumulator.