British and Irish Lions heroes celebrate 1974 anniversary

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Lions heroes celebrate 1974 anniversary

Players from the 1974 British and Irish Lions meet up in Belfast for the 40th anniversary of their unbeaten tour of South Africa.

A plane at Belfast City Airport was named 'The Invincibles' in honour of the team.

Lions captain Willie John McBride shares his memories of the tour, along with Welsh duo JPR Williams and Gareth Edwards.

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