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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
 
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Three Welshmen in the British and Irish Lions coaching team, we hear from all three and head coach Warren Gatland on his first selections. Defence coach Steve Tandy tells his story of going round the world from the Ospreys to the Lions, forwards coach Robin McBryde on how his time for Wales groomed him for this role and kicking coach Neil Jenkins e…
 
Fresh from his brithday celebrations, Ugo is back on the pod alongside Chris Jones for a special episode all about the Lions. You will hear from Warren Gatland on his coaching team for 2021, what he expects from his Lions captain and how form in the Six Nations will have a big impact on selection. Gregor Townsend reveals why he's relsihing the role…
 
Ahead of the Women's Six Nations starting this weekend, Joe Harvey, Chris Heal and TRU Contributor, Elizabeth Cartwright, discussed the tournament. Also featuring exclusive conversations with Red Red Roses Head Coach, Simon Middleton, and star wing, Jess Breach, listen to this celebration of the tournament on TRU now. Follow us: Chris Heal - https:…
 
It's the age old question in Australian football, rugby union or rugby league? To help us navigate this we are joined by actor and raconteur Ben Wood whose voice will also be known to Sydney listeners as the Waratahs and Wallabies match day ground announcer. These days he's also one half of the popular podcast series Woody and Slugs Do League, abou…
 
Dave, Matt and Alan are back to preview Scotland Women's must win versus Italy, digest the appointment of Gregor Townsend and Steve Tandy as Lions coaches, and look at a potential Scottish State of Origin tournament See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Benji and Johnnie are back to discuss the French clubs' domination of European rugby, despite a couple of less than exciting all-French quarter-finals in the Champions Cup, and we're joined by Toulouse star Zack Holmes to chat about their win over Benji's Clermont, loving life in France, playing with the likes of Dupont, Ntamack, Kolbe and co, why …
 
As Warren Gatland reveals his British and Irish Lions coaching team, Foxy and Seánie join Lee to give their verdict on his four assistants. They discuss the individual merits of the coaches and explain how it’s just not the players that enjoy a night out on tour. Foxy gives us the inside track on why the Welsh regions are underperforming in Europe …
 
Chris Ashton, Danny Care and Chris Jones round-up the Champions Cup quarter-finals including Leinster's impressive victory over holders Exeter and La Rochelle reaching a first semi-final at the expense of Sale. And with no Premiership clubs in the last four, is that a cause for concern? They also discuss Warren Gatland's Lions coaches, whether a fi…
 
Cricket's County Championship began last week, so this week's episode looks at the huge role that cricket played in the birth of the football codes. In the mid-nineteenth century cricketers across Britain took up football and cricket clubs started their own football sections. The rugby and football authorities borrowed from cricket and took their l…
 
We hear from Wales Women full back Robyn Wilkins why winning her 50th cap should be less painful than her first, who painted a portrait of captain Siwan Lillicrap and what coach Warren Abrahams is looking for against Ireland this weekend.โดย Welsh Rugby Union
 
We're joined by Racing and Scotland fly half and King of Paris Finn Russell this week to talk all aspects of his French adventure from his relationship with Virimi Vakatawa and Simon Zebo to what car he's driving down the Champs Elysees, whether there's frustration at constantly being labelled a maverick and much more. Plus, of course there's a loo…
 
Scotland captain Stuart Hogg joins Lee, Jamie and Seánie to reflect on his side’s Six Nations Campaign. He also talks about life at Exeter and why he wishes he'd had made the move earlier in his career. Jamie explains how tough it was inside the England bubble for the Six Nations, and ahead of Sale’s Champions Cup quarter-final, Marland Yarde joins…
 
Chris Ashton, Danny Care and Chris Jones round up a busy weekend in Europe and the Women's Six Nations. The Champions Cup brought heartache for Wasps and Bristol but Exeter and Sale join a very French quarter-final line-up. England's Emily Scarratt joins the pod to discuss their victory over Scotland, find out where they're playing in Italy and get…
 
Thursday 8 April is the anniversary of the 1995 meeting in Wigan when British rugby league agreed with Rupert Murdoch's News Ltd to switch to a summer Super League. It was part of the biggest revolution rugby had seen since 1895. Not only was rugby league changed forever, but rugby union was forced to embrace open professionalism. This week's 'Rugb…
 
The Women's Six Nations is finally here! Chris Jones, Sara Orchard and Philippa Tuttiett look ahead to the opening weekend and are joined by two special guests. England's Shaunagh Brown discusses the new format, reveals her love for jigsaws and getting back into scrummaging. Plus, Wales hooker Kelsey Jones talks about her pre-match nail routine, th…
 
Wales coach Wayne Pivac and captain Alun Wyn Jones on their Six Nations success, Wales Women’s captain Siwan Lillicrap on their Six Nations campaign. And the chance to hear at length from two of the top men in charge of Welsh rugby, WRU chief executive Steve Phillips and chairman Rob Butcher.โดย Welsh Rugby Union
 
Former Lions captain Sam Warburton joins Lee and Seánie to reflect on the Six Nations and picks his Lions starting XV for the first Test against South Africa. He also explains why he left the Wales coaching set up, what he misses about rugby and that the rumours he can’t handle his drink are true. Also, Marlie Packer joins the pod from the Red Rose…
 
Danny Care, Ugo Monye and Chris Jones look back at a thrilling Six Nations and are joined by Scotland captain Stuart Hogg after their brilliant victory in Paris. Hogg talks about the new-found belief in the team after two big away wins this year, the art of the spiral kick and his hair going viral. Danny, Chris and Ugo discuss your Lions selection …
 
Johnnie and Benji are back to dissect France's failings and a famous win for Scotland in Paris, as well as discuss how a fresh waffle-related drama inspired Stuart Hogg and co to victory. Johnnie gives us the lowdown from inside the Stade de France and tells us of plans to buy a Parisian nightclub with Finn Russell, Benji analyses France's tourname…
 
29 March 2021 is the 25th anniversary of the very first game in Super League, so part one of a special double episode steps back in time to examine the events that led up to the summer rugby league revolution. We trace Super League's roots back to the problems that British rugby league faced from the 1970s, which escalated in the 1980s. Wage inflat…
 
Dave, Matt and Alan are joined by their man in Paris, former Scotland no.8 Johnnie Beattie to Preview the Six Nations finale. You can listen to Johnnie every week on his own podcast, Le French Rugby Podcast here:https://shows.acast.com/le-french-rugby-podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Reflections on Paris from Alun Wyn Jones and Josh Navidi, as well as WRU chairman Rob Butcher and chief executive Steve Phillips. We also hear about the Wales Women’s Six Nations squad from coach Warren Abrahams and captain Siwan Lillicrap. Finally we look at the end of the Pro14 season.โดย Welsh Rugby Union
 
As the Six Nations draws to a close, Joe Harvey and Chris Heal are back with a TRU Podcast where they discuss the Six Nations, British & Irish Lions and the start of the Championship season. Of course, it is not just the pair as they are joined by TRU columnist and Ampthill lock Charlie Beckett, as well as TRU contributor, Callum Wood, to talk some…
 
Wales fly-half Dan Biggar joins Lee, Seanie and Foxy to talk through the emotions of that last-minute defeat to France in Paris. They discuss whether the integrity of the 6 Nations should be questioned with France’s rearranged match taking place against a weakened Scotland. Also, the guys break down why England came up short and react to the news t…
 
Wales might have missed out on the Grand Slam, but they can still become Six Nations champions on Friday. Fly-half Callum Sheedy joins Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Jones to discuss that dramatic night in Paris and what it was like in the dressing room after the game. France can still snatch the title from Wales, but have they gained an unfair ad…
 
France's title dream lives on after a crazy last 10 minutes in Paris and Johnnie fills us in on what it was like pitchside at the Stade de France, while Benji gives us the lowdown on the refereeing and TMO decisions after chatting to Romain Poite and Mathieu Raynal. We discuss Fabien Galthie's comments on Paul Willemse and the Welsh players special…
 
Barely six months after Super League pulled out of Toronto, the US-based XFL is in talks with the Canadian Football League about a potential merger. This week's 'Rugby Reloaded' talks to football scholar Spencer Kassimir about the history of the XFL and the CFL, the background to the talks, and what lessons can be learned by other football codes. F…
 
With Wales on the cusp of another Grand Slam, we decided to get a Welshman on the pod who knows all about winning Slams. James Hook joins Ugo Monye and Chris Jones to look ahead to the big game in Paris. Will Wales' experience see them over the line or will Shaun Edwards spoil their party? Chris speaks to Eddie Jones who has plenty to say about the…
 
Wales go for the Grand Slam in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coaches Wayne Pivac and Jonathan Humphries along with players Adam Beard, Wyn Jones and Callum Sheedy. So what has been behind the change in results for Wales from 2020 to 2021 – and how would Sheedy feel about a last minute kick to clinch a Grand Slam.…
 
One of Australian rugby's best journalists going around, Geoff Parkes is a weekly contributor for the The Roar sports website and author of "A World in Conflict: The Global Battle for Rugby Supremacy", in which he details the complicated and at times controversial business of rugby union. We dig into Geoff's deep knowledge of the game, both on and …
 
Lee, Seánie and Bomb are joined by two special guests this week who for different reasons are dealing with the consequences of rugby’s brutality. Former Wales flanker Alix Popham, who was diagnosed with early onset dementia last year at the age of 40, explains how he is now trying to raise awareness of the impact rugby head injuries can cause. And …
 
Chris Ashton, Danny Care and Chris Jones look ahead to Wales' Grand Slam match in Paris. Danny and Ashy share their memories of playing for England in Grand Slam deciders. They look back at a memorable encounter between England and France at Twickenham. Jamie Heaslip is back on the pod to discuss Ireland's win at Murrayfield and pick his number 8 f…
 
Johnnie and Benji break down all the goings on in one of the great games of recent years at Twickenham, talk tactics and Galthie being outcoached by Jones and the Grand Slam may have slipped away for France but the title is still in their sights so we build up to an epic encounter against Wales this weekend, as well as rounding up all of the rest o…
 
Manchester City and United are currently dominating the English Premier League - but until the 20th century Manchester was seen as a hotbed of rugby, not soccer. So how did the city lose its status as one of rugby's most important centres? The new 'Rugby Reloaded' explores the rise and decline of Manchester as a rugby city, and examines how a serie…
 
Ahead of Le Crunch, World Cup winner Matt Dawson and former French hooker Benjamin Kayser joinSonja McLaughlan and Chris Jones to preview what's set to be an eye-catching game at Twickenham. With Max Malins making his first start after being named at full-back, Matt, Ben and Chris look at what makes him one of England's most exciting players.France…
 
Wales head to Italy as Triple Crown champions and looking to defend their 100 per cent record in the Six Nations so far. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his team selection, we hear from Jonathan Davies on the challenges at 12, Gareth Davies on returning to the starting line-up and Tomas Francis on the task of maintaining his perfect record against Italy…
 
The one and only Joe Marler joins us this week to look ahead to England v France and talk about everything from his view of this current France side to the ones he's played against in years gone by to cigarettes in the changing rooms, learning French from his son and much more. Plus, we look at what's happened in the wake of Fabien's trip out and w…
 
Nick Cummins, aka The Honey Badger joins Lee, Goodie and Seánie for an amusing chat about life during and after rugby. The former Wallaby star turned TV presenter wasn’t short of a few stories, giving us an insight into his busy life. Also, Red Roses scrum-half Mo Hunt joins the guys to discuss the postponed World Cup and whether enough is being do…
 
There are more revelations about Shenkin the Goat on this week's pod for Ugo Monye and Chris Jones to discuss. You will hear from Eddie Jones on Owen Farrell's captaincy and his concerns about the depth in English rugby. Ugo and Chris chat to Cornish Pirates hooker Dan Frost after they stunned Saracens on the opening weekend of the Championship. Th…
 
To mark International Women's Day 2021, this episode talks to Julia Lee, one of the true pioneers of British rugby league. Julia was the first women ever to referee a men's professional rugby match of any code anywhere in the world. She's also been a trailblazer in the administration of the sport, has had a play written about her career, and is now…
 
Rugby union is a game for all and in Australia the rise of the women's game stands out as one of the few positive narratives in recent years. We talk to Wallaroos captain Grace Hamilton about how women's rugby is on the rise and the current challenges faced by the Wallaroos to deal with the pandemic related pause to international rugby with the New…
 
Wales backs coach Stephen Jones on completing the Triple Crown against England, while prop Rhodri Jones reveals it’s his first ever victory against the men in White. And a trip down memory lane, but also a chance to find out what you could do with any rugby memorabilia, whether it’s in your attic or your clubhouse wall.…
 
Benji and Johnnie are back to discuss what sanctions Fabien Galthie should face for breaching France's bubble, whether the French sports minister might intervene, the rearranged date for the Scotland game and the standard of French refereeing in the Six Nations. Plus, we catch up with Mr Greig Laidlaw in Japan, who gives us an insight into what the…
 
Lee, Foxy and Seánie are joined by George North after he became the youngest player to earn 100 caps for his country when Wales beat England at the weekend. Following the controversial awarding of two tries in that game, international referee JP Doyle joins the pod to discuss how difficult it is being a ref and shares some of his worst blunders. An…
 
Wales fly-half Callum Sheedy is on the pod this week to talk about Wales winning the Triple Crown, sharing a hot tub with Alun Wyn Jones and learn about Shenkin the goat. Ugo Monye, Danny Care and Chris Jones also debate what's next for England after their second defeat in the championship. They also discuss social media abuse and what's been happe…
 
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