The British & Irish Lions have launched the
official app for the 2017 Tour of New Zealand.
Sponsored by EY,
the App gives Lions fans the chance to make their picks for the
squad based on player performances across all top-tier
competitions over the last two seasons.
Data for My Lions has been drawn from all
matches started by eligible players in domestic, European and
international rugby for seasons 2015-16 and 2016-2017 while legend
Sir Ian McGeechan and Tim Horan have provided the rugby expertise.
For supporters the app provides the perfect
place to gather the all-important stats and performance analytics
to begin piecing together the perfect squad to take on friends,
colleagues and rugby names such as Sir Ian, and Lions Phil
Vickery, and Adam Jones as well Kenny Logan, Tim Horan and Maggie Alphonsi who will all be selecting their Lions.
The official app, available for download in the
Apple and Google Play Store, also offers access to Lions News,
Lions TV and Lions imagery as well as competitions. The Lions App
also allows fans to save those important
fixture dates to their calendar in a user-friendly fashion.
Future releases of the App will include key
player information for when the Lions squad is announced on 19
April, while on
Tour it will feature all the essential live stats from each of the
British & Irish Lions Chief Operating Officer
Charlie McEwen said, "The app is the latest stage in bringing the
tour and the world's best loved touring team to life for rugby
fans around the globe. The My Lions selector especially will take
our existing Lions Watch offering to a new level. Fans will be
able to join the selection debate using the most in-depth
performance data ever seen in a rugby app.”
Pictures from 2016 Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong
Pictures of Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2015,
Pictures of the Asia Rugby Sevens Olympic Games Qualifier in Hong
Pictures of Singha Thailand Sevens 2015,
Pictures from the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour in Hong Kong,
Pictures of Hong Kong Sevens 2014,
Pictures of Hong Kong Sevens 2013,
of Chartis Cup 2012 and
Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2012.
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