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Welcome to The Thistle, the only podcast that cares about Scottish rugby. A light-hearted look at rugby union in Scotland, from three rugby fans who never quite made the grade. Expect razor sharp insight from a panel that can count amongst its achievements a Scottish Schools Cup winners medal, the captaincy of the Newcastle 2s dirt trackers, and second place at the 2016 Elie beach rugby tournament. Twitter handle: @thistlerugbypod
 
Welcome to the Rugby Coach's Corner Podcast - Sharing ideas to make the game better! #TRCCP is a fortnightly podcast where we discuss rugby coaching concepts with a variety of people involved in the game at all levels. Follow via Twitter @RugbyCoachsCnr and like on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/therugbycoachscorner Check out the website via www.therugbycoachscorner.com
 
2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
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So we're set for a tense series decider in Cape Town. Chris and Ugo are joined by Matt Dawson, Bob Skinstad and James Hook for reaction as the Lions were beaten 27-9 in the second Test. Did the pressure Rassie Erasmus put on the officials pay off? Where did it go wrong for the Lions in the second half? And what changes does Warren Gatland need to m…
 
Ahead of the second Test between the British and Irish Lions and the Springboks in Cape Town on Saturday, TRU's Joe Harvey and Chris Heal discussed all things Lions. With both team's squads, off-field shenanigans and more up for conversation, you can also visit our website for the latest Lions news. Recent Lions articles - https://www.talkingrugbyu…
 
Has Rassie Erasmus just saved the series for South Africa or will this come back to haunt him? Chris Jones, Ugo Monye and Shane Horgan do a deep dive into that hour-long video by Erasmus criticising some of the decisions in the first Test. Top referee JP Doyle joins the conversation and backs referee Ben O’Keeffe to handle the pressure this weekend…
 
In the final episode Sam Warburton speaks to his former Lions team mate Paul O'Connell, who played in three Test series and captained the Lions in 2009. Paul's first experience with the Lions was the tour of New Zealand in 2005. He reflects on where it all went wrong; from injuries, to tactics and a dodgy Alastair Campbell speech. Four years later …
 
This week, Will is joined by a player with a remarkable story: one who's gone from delivering pizzas in Dublin to show-stealing performances in the jerseys of the Scarlets, Munster, Ireland, and - now - the British & Irish Lions. Having come off the bench in Saturday's First Test victory, Beirne discusses the tour to date, and how it feels to be ju…
 
Danny and Ashy try to work out if Jaco Johan is a real person or whether it's actually Rassie Erasmus in disguise. They also chat about the Lions' victory in the first Test and speak to World Cup winner Schalk Brits for his take on how the Springboks bounce back on Saturday. And England are on the lookout for another new coach after it was announce…
 
It's advantage Lions after the first Test in Cape Town. Chris and Ugo look back at their victory over South Africa with the help of some big name guests. They get the thoughts of former Lions captain Brian O'Driscoll, World Cup winner Bobby Skinstad, former Scotland captain John Barclay and two-time tourist Adam Jones.…
 
Sam Warburton and Martin Johnson are the only players to captain the British & Irish Lions on back-to-back tours. So for this episode they sat down together to discuss their incredible achievement. They talk leadership, feeling under qualified, handling pressure and the art of a good team talk. Martin also relives the famous series win over South A…
 
In the last of the current weekly series of 'Rugby Reloaded' I catch up with journalist and fellow Hull-born leaguie Trevor Gibbons to talk about growing up league in Hull, the psycho-geography of the city's sport, the eternal battle between the red and the black, and what it all means to the city of Hull. For more on the history of rugby and the o…
 
John Manenti is the head coach of the Aussie 7s women’s team and is currently preparing them for the Tokyo Olympics. Before this role, he was the Wallaroos head coach, winning bronze at the 2010 WRWC. He also coached Eastwood to 3 Shute shield championships and one Australian Club Championship. Twitter: @john_manenti…
 
We look forward at the second Test between Wales and Argentina in Cardiff, as well as back at the Wales U20 Six Nations campaign. We hear from Wales coach Wayne Pivac, defence coach Gethin Jenkins, front rowers Elliot Dee and Gareth Thomas, along with centre Nick Tomkins. We also speak to Wales U20 coach Ioan Cunningham, as well as players Alex Man…
 
Sam Warburton chats to Gavin Hastings, one of the greatest Scottish players to ever represent the British & Irish Lions. In 1989, Gavin helped the Lions to their first series win in 15 years. Despite being on the receiving end of a right hook from Australia’s Nick Farr-Jones in the second Test, Gavin scored a crucial try to level the series. He rec…
 
Ugo and Chris discuss an eventful few days for the Lions. Marcus Smith joins the tour, Alun Wyn Jones could be on the next flight out and Warren Gatland's side get ready for their toughest test against South Africa 'A'. South African journalist Brenden Nel joins the pod to explain how Covid is disrupting the Springboks preparations and predicts cap…
 
On 4 July 1914 the greatest rugby league test match of all time took place - the third and decisive game of the 1914 Ashes series. Led by Harold Wagstaff, a nine-man British Lions team overcame Australia 14-6 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. It set the template for international rugby league and became the benchmark for what was expected of players. B…
 
We reflect on the win over Canada and look forward to Argentina in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his thinking, we hear about all the players in the squad who go way back with outside half Callum Sheedy, scrum half Kieran Hardy back in the starting line-up and second row Will Rowlands on his step up in responsibil…
 
Mike Rogers coaches with the Chiefs Women’s Super Rugby and Waikato Women's Farah Palmer Cup teams. Formerly he’s had roles in the Mitre 10 Cup with the Bay of Plenty, who were winners in 2019. He’s the founder of Inside Running Academy and The Athlete Factory NZ, and has been heading up the Coaching Learning Series online. Contact: https://www.lin…
 
In the first episode of this new series, Sam Warburton speaks to Sir Gareth Edwards about his remarkable career with the British & Irish Lions. Gareth remembers his first Lions call-up in 1968 as a student and his joy at receiving a voucher for two pairs of boots. Three years later Gareth was back with the Lions and helping them secure their first …
 
Ugo Monye and Chris Jones are joined by former British & Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton to discuss this year's tour so far, which players have already staked a claim for a Test spot and whether football is really coming home. Sam is also here to announce he will be taking over the Rugby Union Weekly feed during the Lions tour to deliver four spe…
 
It's Game 4 of the Stanley Cup tonight and so this week's episode of 'Rugby Reloaded' talks to Bruce Berglund about the history of ice hockey and his new book 'The Fastest Game in the World: Hockey and the Globalization of Sport'. We talk about hockey's origins at the same time as the emergence of the football codes, how it reflected Muscular Chris…
 
David Sharkey is an Irishman who trained as an English teacher in London and has been working and coaching in the UK for the past 12 years. He currently coaches at HAC RFC and hosts a blog titled The Great White Sharkey. Blog: https://thegreatwhitesharkey.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/teachingsharks https://twitter.com/SharkTeamsAll Chats Pod: h…
 
A chance to find out more about some of the players who are Welsh rugby’s future, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his selection against Canada and we talk to prop Dillon Lewis and wing Tom Rogers. U20s forwards coach Rhys Thomas talks about their campaign and we find out more about lock James Fender and scrum ha…
 
Lions legend Sam Warburton joins Will on this week's podcast. The pair react to the 2021 squad's opening outing, including Alun Wyn Jones' injury heartbreak and Conor Murray's appointment as captain. Sam also reminisces on his time wearing the famous red jersey, including his central role in the final moments of the dramatic 2017 trip to New Zealan…
 
Before Harlequins' Premiership title celebrations enter a third day, we managed to catch up with Danny Care who tells us all about their dramatic victory over Exeter at Twickenham. Chris even interrupts his honeymoon to join the conversation. We find out Ashy is in line for his third Premiership medal and there is plenty to discuss as the Lions arr…
 
'Rugby League is dying' has been a refrain that has dogged the sport throughout its history. But rugby league hasn't died, and in fact has survived numerous attempts to kill it off. So why does this 'meme' continue? The latest 'Rugby Reloaded' looks at its history, asks why it has re-emerged recently, and argues that the sport is no closer to death…
 
We're back to discuss the Lions' second game on tour in 2009 against the aptly named Lions, dubbed the Golden Lions for one day. We talk at length about Earl Rose, Tiger Woods and crisps. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, remixed in expert fashion by our very own Will Owen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Will has the Springboks coaching duo for you in the shape of Assistant Coach Felix Jones and Head Coach Jacques Nienaber. Felix describes his early retirement and route to the South Africa camp via Munster. Jacques chats about his equally interesting journey to the top of the coaching tree and the dynamic of working under Rassie Erasmus.…
 
A Welsh Olympian, rugby at the heart of the community and the Under 20s player who was man of the match after 790 days without a game, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union podcast.We speak to Jaz Joyce, heading to her second Olympics in the Rugby Sevens, hear about a community rugby scheme in Cardiff and also focus on the Wales U20s, including flanker …
 
Danny speaks to Ugo and Chris all about Harlequins' dramatic semi-final victory over Bristol. He tells them what was said in the dressing room at half-time, why Joe Marler arrived by helicopter and his thoughts on facing Exeter in the final. They discuss the Lions' first warm-up match this weekend and what they would like to see from Warren Gatland…
 
We open our coverage of the 2009 Lions tour with their opening match against an invitational side, the Royal XV. Three Red Kings' Tom Savage joins us to talk at length about coffee, Jungle Joe, Paul O'Connell's influence and a mystery king. We also occasionally talk about rugby. Thanks to Tom (@ThreeRedKings on Twitter, or @MajorTomSavage) for join…
 
Joseph Platt was the man who organised the historic meeting at the George Hotel in August 1895, and he remained secretary of the Northern Union for 25 years. He steered the NU through the split, rule changes, international expansion, and World War One - yet his attempts to expand the game were hamstrung by the self-interest of the founder clubs. Th…
 
A complete Six Nations tournament in Cardiff kicks off this weekend, with Wales hosting the Under 20s Championships. We hear all about the Wales squad and from the two players who chose rugby over football. Ahead of the Wales summer internationals we hear why versatility helped Cardiff centre Ben Thomas gain his first senior Wales call-up.…
 
Alan is joined by Scotland Lions legend Scott Hastings to discuss the upcoming tour of South Africa as well as Scott's two tours in 1989 and 1993. *** This is your Everest, the inside story of the 1997 Lions tour to South Africa, available from Polaris Publishing here: http://www.polarispublishing.com/book/this-is-your-everest See acast.com/privacy…
 
Lions centre Robbie Henshaw joins Danny, Ashy and Chris on the pod this week. He talks about the team's training camp in Jersey, his hopes for the tour and wanting to start a Lions band this summer. They also discuss Saracens' return to the Premiership and whether they're coming back stronger than before. There's a look at both Premiership semi-fin…
 
Psychotherapist and former Huddersfield Giant Jon Bell joins us on the podcast this week to talk about his work on vulnerability, mental health and rugby league. Over the past decade, mental health has become an increasingly important issue in the game, and is linked to issues such as masculinity, de-industrialisation and the changing nature of pro…
 
We bring down the final curtain on the 2011 Rugby World Cup. We pick our favourite tries and games from the tournament, teams of the tournament, a dick-of-the-day XV. We also crown the player of the tournament, as well as the dick of the tournament. We then talk about what's next for the pod! Will's top tries playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
We've made it to the final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup! We talk a bit about Stephen Donald, Spanish soap operas and the French Haka response. We also chat to P Money again! Thanks for listening, and thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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