Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 June, 2005, 09:26 GMT 10:26 UK
How did the Lions players perform against Manawatu?
Geordan Murphy: A few weeks ago he was in contention for a Test place but has gone off the boil since. A second simmering performance in a row.
Jason Robinson: Showed more hunger and potency in the opening few minutes than in the whole of the first Test and scored a first try since 2 January.
Ollie Smith: Shane Williams may take the plaudits but the Englishman was on hand to gift him key try-scoring passes before getting one himself.
Gordon D'Arcy: Has struggled to find his form but showed glimpses of it against the weakest tour opponents and joined the try-fest after the break.
Shane Williams: Was everywhere. The selection door is open and after some twinkle-toed side-steps he danced his way through it with five tries.
Charlie Hodgson: Took a few late hits but kept his head - literally - to maintain cool control from 10 and collect a deserved try before being withdrawn.
Chris Cusiter: Was only given 40 minutes. Great awareness of support runners and space to attack left by limited opposition. Kept Lions ticking over.
Andy Sheridan: When it was still competitive a powerful break led to the second try. A route one rugby player always getting over the gain line.
Gordon Bulloch: The Scot was on the button with his line-out throwing and was taken off as a "precaution" after a knock. A precaution for what?
John Hayes: Not the archetypal modern-day prop and this was not his sort of game but kept the moves going when he was up with play.
Simon Shaw: There must be places up for grabs in the Test team at lock and the Englishman was in imperious form in the tight and the loose.
Donncha O'Callaghan: The Irishman may pip Shaw to a Test spot after playing for just 40 minutes. Influential and one of the key talkers.
Martin Corry: Out to prove a point and was full of running all around the park. Outstanding in the first 30 minutes but took his foot off the gas thereafter.
Martyn Williams: The fourth man to make way for others at the break. Typically harrying presence but found himself isolated in attack on occasions.
Michael Owen: Came on the tour with a burgeoning reputation but despite the open nature of the game and his obvious footballing skills, still struggled.
Andy Titterrell (Replaced Bulloch - 39 mins):
Came on just before the break when the game was already well and truly over. A scavenging presence.
Brent Cockbain (Replaced O'Callaghan - 40 mins): Was on holiday in Cairns a few days ago and his second-half run-out was probably less taxing.
Neil Back (Replaced Williams - 40 mins):
Went over from a few yards after Shaw had run half the length of the pitch but also did the basics well.
Gareth Cooper (Replaced Cusiter - 40 mins):
Has had a torrid tour but made the most of the second-half space to belatedly show off his skills.
Ronan O'Gara (Replaced Hodgson - 50 mins):
Seamless transition with Hodgson. Typically tidy and chipped in with a couple of tries and 20 points.
Mark Cueto (Replaced Robinson - 51 mins):
The try poacher extraordinaire was not going to miss out on a night like this and duly scored two tries.
Matt Stevens (Replaced Hayes - 60 mins):
Piano tuners relish coming on in an open game. The shifters do not. Was carded for a late infringement.
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