Alun Wyn Jones May Make Gorgeous Lions Comeback

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CAPE Town, South Africa (AP) - Injured lock Alun Wyn Jones is trying to make a gorgeous comeback to rejoin the British and Irish Lions in South Africa. Jones dislocated his left shoulder just over two weeks in the past, only minutes into the Lions´ tour warmup in opposition to Japan in Edinburgh. Jones, the tour captain and rugby's most capped international, needed to be dropped the day earlier than the group flew out of Britain. Dislocations usually take a minimal of six weeks to get better from, which coincided with the length of the tour, so Jones wasn't anticipated to be seen once more while he rehabbed the shoulder again home in Wales. However he is been coaching with the Wales squad, Lions coach Warren Gatland stated on Monday in Cape City. Gatland added he probably has to decide on Jones´ return on Tuesday to make sure he'd be available and prepared for the test sequence. A number of weeks in the past we didn't suppose it was an option. The first check towards the Springboks is in 12 days.