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In the wash-up after the Wallabies exit from the World Cup, Michael Cheika has made good on his promise to quit if they didn't succeed. Georgina and Tom discuss all the details, speculate about who will be the next coach and what other changes are in store.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina and Tom dissect the loss and the fallout. Why didn’t Michael Cheika call time after the game and when is he likely to? What is his legacy? And is this the last pod from the Herald rugby scribes? We hope not!โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina and Tom have filed their match previews for Saturday’s quarter-final and chat about the atmosphere of Oita, what’s at stake for both Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones and who they think will come away victorious.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina and Tom kick back in a Japanese department store to analyse the team announcements for Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final. Michael Cheika hasn't named a conservative Wallabies squad and Matt Toomua spilt the beans on his opponents' weaknesses.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Once again Georgina and Tom are on other sides of Japan to bring you another podcast, discussing the familiar face at England training on Tuesday, why some Wallabies players took umbridge as journalists' questions at a press conference and who might start against England in a blockbuster quarter-final.…
 
Japan have qualified for their first-ever World Cup quarter-final by defeating Scotland in a stunning match that Georgina is calling the game of the tournament. As the pool stages close, the layout of the quarter-finals is locked in.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Bunkered down in different parts of Tokyo, Georgina and Tom wrap up a day of major concern in Japan, explain why the Wallabies have made their way to a new base ahead of a quarter-final and the latest on weather Kurtley Beale will face England.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina and Tom are bunkered down in Tokyo following Australia's scrappy 27-8 win over Georgia and discuss whether the Wallabies are fair dinkum World Cup contenders, how to prepare for a typhoon (noodles and Kit Kats) and what Michael Cheika said about Eddie Jones to kick-off quarter-final week with a bang.…
 
As Typhoon Hagibis approaches Japan, World Rugby have been forced to cancel two games so far. Georgina and Tom are left with many questions. How many more games will be cancelled? What options do the Wallabies have to stay safe? What exactly is a "niggle"? And how do you say "fair dinkum" in Japanese?…
 
As Typhoon Hagibis threatens to wreak havoc, World Rugby weighs up what to do to keep fans and players safe. Australia has named their team for Friday's match against Georgia and do the Wallabies need to go with the X-factor for the quarters?โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
As the World Cup nears the end of the pool stage the Wallabies have to choose their tactics for Friday's Georgia match. While the Waratahs' chief executive is off to Auckland, Aussie streaker, Oliver Stevenson is still stuck in his cell in Oita. And will this weekend's games be typhoon-affected?โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
The Wallabies' 45-10 win over Uruguay was briefly interrupted by a streaker who is now in custody facing serious consequences from Japanese authorities. The match also featured a stellar debut from Jordan Petaia and a maiden Test try for James Slipper after 94 caps.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
On the eve of the Wallabies match against Uruguay, Tom and Georgina hit the Oita fan zone to soak up the festival atmosphere. They get some idea of how the refs deal with all the scrutiny, speculate on margins and reveal Eddie Jones wants to make it to Coogee to pay respects to Jeff Sayle.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina and Tom take a cab through the picturesque city of Oita, the location for Australia's match with Uruguay. Along the way, they analyse how things are playing out in the pools, the politics of picking hosts for future World Cups and the joys of tickling a hedgehog.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Should the Aussies really have been surprised at Samu Kerevi's penalty? Georgina and Tom also contemplate who they could tackle, why is Ireland's Johnny Sexton salty and where might the World Cup be held in 2027?โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
As the Wallabies regroup after their loss to Wales, Samu Kerevi opens up about his run-in with the refs, and Tom looks at possible line-up changes for the Uruguay game and how things are shaping up around the pools.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
What went down at Michael Cheika’s eventful team naming press conference in Tokyo, the latest on Reece Hodge and why the Wallabies have made mass back line changes for Sunday’s clash with Wales.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
The tribunal has met and Reece Hodge is out for the rest of the pool stages. We dissect the tribunal's decision, look at Australia's options for the squad against Wales and manage not to mention Israel Folau!โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
From the back streets of Tokyo, Tom Decent and Georgina Robinson try to unravel what's happening between World Rugby and the referees, we get ready for Reece Hodge's hearing and learn about the special reponsibilities of the youngest member of the squad.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina Robinson and Tom Decent take a moment in the press conference room at the Sapporo Dome to assess Australia's first game performance, concerns about the match officials and whether the Pumas are a myth.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Georgina Robinson and Tom Decent explain why journos go to training, the lead up to the Fiji game and Spicemania from a cocktail bar in one of the spicier districts of Sapporo.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
Get set for the Rugby World Cup Daily podcast. Georgina Robinson and Tom Decent bring you the inside stories, unravelling all the twists and turns, and sharing their experiences on the ground at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.โดย The Age and Sydney Morning Herald
 
The panel look back on a fantastic final between the All Blacks and Australia – and reflect on the highlights and lowlights from seven sensational weeks of rugbyโดย The Guardian
 
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