Last Updated: Saturday, 11 June, 2005, 11:02 GMT 12:02 UK
How did the Lions rate in their defeat to NZ Maori?
Josh Lewsey: Another big game in defence and solid under the high ball. A try-saving tackle on Rico Gear but little chance to impress going forward.
Tom Shanklin: Produced little of note save a glimpse of a counter attack early on. Defensively firm though rounded too easily by superior pace.
Brian O'Driscoll: Scored a late try but otherwise subdued and squandered possession with wayward kicking. Midfield defence solid, barring one Maori break early on, though he was impeded.
Strong in defence with O'Driscoll but another one with little chance to stake a Test claim. Indiscipline cost two penalties.
Dancing feet often took him past the first tackler but much effort for little reward. Spilled a couple of balls as he looked for work.
Missed one kick at goal but otherwise solid. Made one half break but under sustained Maori pressure. Defence laudable.
Matt Dawson: Impudent break early on sparked Lions' first penalty. Eager and dynamic but needs to use experience to full effect.
Took on probable All Blacks prop Carl Hayman admirably before a sin-binning for a punch. Linked well with fellow tight five.
Steve Thompson: Impressive physically but throwing again suspect, though not helped by inspired display from NZ Maori lock Sean Hohneck.
Strong scrummaging, though penalised for angling in on his opposite number early on. Moments of note in the loose.
Simon Shaw: Prominent in open play and plenty of tackles under his belt. Handling suspect occasionally but still in the reckoning.
Mixed day in the line-out - some good steals but often out-jumped. Aggressive and a nuisance going forward.
Richard Hill: A quiet game from the England star. Got through his work without inspiring those around him, particularly at the breakdown.
Martyn Williams: Out-gunned by opposite number Marty Holah. Ineffectual at the breakdown and penalised too often to help his side's cause.
Michael Owen: Made great strides towards a Test berth against Taranaki but failed to impress against a fired-up Maori back-row.
Gethin Jenkins (Replaced Sheridan on 58 mins): Brought on after Sheridan's sin-binning but not quite as much grunt as the England man.
Shane Byrne (Replaced Thompson on 72 mins): More reliable then Thompson at the line-out but lacks his presence.
Ronan O'Gara (Blood replacement for Jones):
No mistakes in brief appearance after standing in for Jones, who collided with a Maori shoulder.
Shane Horgan (Blood replacement for D'Arcy):
Little time to impress or ruin chances.