Lions 2013: Carter’s Last Hurrah Is A Family Affair

by Paul Cook in Sydney - When the British & Irish Lions last took on the NSW Waratahs 12 years ago, in what is now an infamous game in the tourist’s folklore, Tom Carter was on the other side of the white lines, watching the feisty clash from the stands. 18-years-old and just about to kickstart his own rugby career with his first year at Sydney University and playing in the colts, Carter was there to watch older brother Ed donning the Cambridge Blue and taking on the likes of Jonny Wilkinson, Martin Johnson, Keith Wood and Brian O’Driscoll. It is a memory he savours. “I remember it vividly,” he told Rugby News this week. “I remember the Duncan McRae incident, I remember that Ed set up a try with an up’n’under that was regathered and Manny Edmonds scored off second phase and it
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