All Blacks and Chiefs centre Quinn Tupaea chats to Jason Pine after hearing he'll be out of rugby for 9 months following his injury in the second Bledisloe test. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pat, Paul & Richard recap all the action from Bledisloe 2 and take a look at how the All Blacks and other Southern Hemisphere sides are tracking a year out from the Rugby World Cup before diving in to Round 9 of the Bunnings NPC.
This podcast is... something else. Braving through shoddy internet, shoddy mics, lightening storms and terrible Bledisloe performances, Nick W, Nick H and Natho somehow produced a Q&A podcast. Maybe it was a sign to not talk about the Wallabies performance? WARNING: Naughty words in the pod Q&A: 1. Ian Foster - lol crying face x5 2. Fox Sports Writer - When can we talk about Davie Rennie getting the sack? 3. Vuli Sunavalu - when is Vunavalu gonna get a start? 4. Nathan Williamson - I'm over to NZ to cover the Womens World Cup 5. Wick Nasiliev - but what about the NRC Michael Sheen Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fpV0OFC0vcSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 38 of the Pick & Drive Rugby Podcast! We are a family friendly, weekly podcast series; where our hosts Mitch and Ando discuss all things Australian Rugby Union! In this week's episode we are joined by Fantasy Rugby fanatic Nelson Dale from The Draft Rugby Podcast! We: Discuss the disappointing performance in Bledisloe 2 - 02:45 Look towards the Australia A and Spring tours - 33:00 Enter the Locker Room to answer our fans questions - 50:40 And much, much more! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter - Get Involved! Contribute to the pod at: https://ko-fi.com/pickanddriverugby
The Roar rugby experts Brett McKay, Jim Tucker and Harry Jones come together for the final Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup post-mortem for 2022, after the red-hot All Blacks ran in a comprehensive 40 points to 14 bonus point win over a disappointing Wallabies side, extending their winless drought at Eden Park. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this show, the For & Against team get serious - if just for a short time - to discuss head injuries, concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). And given that they can barely pronounce encepha… encephalo… CTE, they bring in Dr Alan Pearce, world-renowned neurophysiologist, to talk about how we might reduce the chances of our sporting heroes spending their later lives suffering from cognitive impairment, depression, suicide and short-term memory loss. To lighten the mood, they also talk LIV Golf (much to Roachy's chagrin), Bledisloe on a Thursday and why everyone should crush their medication and take it to the casino in a plastic baggie! Please enjoy another great show of For & AgainstSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ahead of the second Bledisloe test match, the competing All Blacks squad has been named. Captain Sam Cane has been ruled out, and Jordie Barrett and Beauden Barrett are confirmed to appear. Former All Black and rugby commentator Mils Muliainia is with us now. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Harry & Nelson preview Bledisloe 2, picking apart the team selections, and making their predictions as to who will win. Find us on the socials on all channels @draftrugby and check out our website draftrugby.com Thank you to all our amazing guests! Podcast caps: Harry 143 Caps Nelson 132 Caps Cargie 117 Caps Nabung 'The Supersub' - 12 Caps Mitch 'Rev' Evans - 5 Paul Tait - 3 Scotty 'Sumo' Stevenson, Squidge Rugby, Nick McArdle - 2 Morgan Turinui, Allan Alaalatoa, Blake 'The Weatherman', Elite Rugby Banter, Ben Darwin, Brendon Shields, Naca Cawanibuka, Shane Hussein, Michael Atkinson, Sekope Kepu & Chrissy Nabung- 1
In episode 2 of the new RTÉ Rugby podcast season, Bernard Jackman and Ian Keatley join Neil Treacy to discuss the opening round of games in the BKT United Rugby Championship, after what was a mixed weekend for the Irish provinces.
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 37 of the Pick & Drive Rugby Podcast! We are a family friendly, weekly podcast series; where our hosts Mitch and Ando discuss all things Australian Rugby Union! In this week's episode we are joined by Fantasy Rugby guru Harrison Dale from The Draft Rugby Podcast! We: Discuss the biggest and most controversial calls from Bledisloe 1- 05:15 Review the action from Argentina - 42:20 Enter the Locker Room to answer our fans questions - 50:00 And much, much more! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter - Get Involved! Contribute to the pod at: https://ko-fi.com/pickanddriverugby
All Blacks head coach Ian Foster after getting out of jail in Bledisloe- offers his thoughts on that call and time wasting in general, also has concerns around blowing a 31-13 lead. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the Breakdown Laura McGoldrick, Sir John Kirwan, Mils Muliaina and Jeff Wilson look back at the crazy end to the Bledisloe test in Melbourne. All Black coach Ian Foster zooms in to give us his thoughts on the test and how it ended. Andrew Mehrtens lets us know what his colleagues in Australia have to say! We look ahead who might replace the David Havili at 2nd Five this coming weekend and will Fozzie make any other changes to the team. And the panel give their pick who is going to take out this years Bunnings NPC This is an audio version of the Breakdown which aired on Sky Sports NZ on the 18th September 2022
Wallabies legend John Eales joins the show to discuss the Bledisloe cup and a reflection on his remarkable career. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeff Wilson is joined by Nate Rarere to mull over a test match for the ages in Melbourne. Did the ref make the right call in the end? How did the ABs blow there lead in the second half? What punishment does Darcy Swain deserve? Listen in for answers to all these questions and more. Plus Nate makes a reference to Rick Rude which is impressive!
Sam Bruce and Christy Doran try to make sense of the wild finish to Bledisloe I, analysing Matthieu Raynal's call and what it means for rugby in general, before they laud Bernard Foley's performance and a spirited Wallabies comeback, and ponder how All Blacks fans are feeling on Friday morning.
Nine tries - including a winner after the siren - four yellow cards and a spate of injuries... but one refereeing call is the talking point from the All Blacks' 39-37 win over Wallabies to retain the Bledisloe Cup. French ref Mathieu Raynal pinged Australian first-five Bernard Foley for time-wasting as he was poised to kick for touch with his side leading 37-34 and a minute on the clock. Former Wallaby Peter FitzSimons joined Simon Barnett and James Daniels on the show.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Footy news, Roger Federer retires, Bledisloe controversy, Daisy Thomas previews both massive Prelims, Friday Brag Artist, JB has a warning for Sam Pang, Sydney Swans CEO Tom Harley, Billy Bakes the Bledisloe Ref!, Rosie's Social Media Feedback, Billy's Idiot File, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the Bledisloe test match set to kick off in a couple hours, sports contributor D'arcy Waldegrave is here with us to talk us though it. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The first Bledisloe test kicks off at 9:45 tonight. The All Blacks have arrived in Melbourne off the back of a 50 point win over Argentina, redeeming what's been quite an interesting season. NZME's rugby writer Liam Napier is joining us now from Melbourne. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sportsday QLD Full Show (15/09/22) with Badge & Satts with special guests rugby commentator Sean Maloney ahead of the Bledisloe, the latest NRL news, Chris Nelson with tips for Racing Queensland and Tristan Merlehan has the odds for TopSport.
Today on The Panel, Wallace and panellists Allan Blackman and Leonie Freeman discuss the high stakes for the Bledisloe cup. They also speak to a construction expert about the risks of the building boom. Plus, they discuss the prickly issue of free speech and anti-monarch protesters.
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Gallen gets the win in the Origin Rumble Wallabies robbed at the death by ref in Bledisloe Aussie women's cricket in search of a new leader Roger Federer retires from tennis See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We catch up with former Kalamunda Bull, Matt Durrant, the man behind 'Gold Digger - The search for Australian rugby', which airs on Fox Doccos straight after the Bledisloe, which we also talk about. Plus we wrap the Rugby WA grand final and dive into the mailbag. (This is one of those episodes where, the moment you finish, you think of all the things you forgot to talk about.)
The Bombers suffer amnesia and interview James Hird for coaching job Qatar World Cup Stadium runs out of water at test event Will Pucovski's bright start to summer of cricket Can the Wallabies end 20 year Bledisloe drought? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The All Blacks take on the Wallabies in the opening Bledisloe Cup in Melbourne on Thursday night, with the hosts desperate to win and give themselves a chance of ending nearly two decades of New Zealand dominance in the trans-Tasman series. With just two Bledisloe tests this season, the All Blacks too will be determined to win and lock away the trophy for a 20th straight year. RNZ Rugby reporter Joe Porter reports.
Running Rugby Podcast - Episode 169 On the Running Rugby Podcast this week, Archie is joined by Toby and Leo as they gauge their level of depression following a poor Wallabies effort against the Springboks. The boys briefly review the week that was in TRC and then dive into a full preview of the round 5 fixtures as the Bledisloe kicks off for another year. Finally, they wrap up by touching on some of the important rugby news from around the world. As always, you can listen through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and Stitcher. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @runningrugbypodcast and on Twitter @runningrugbypod for more premium rugby content.
On this episode of the Breakdown Kirstie Stanway, Sir John Kirwan, Mils Muliaina and Jeff Wilson look at the selection dilemmas Ian Foster has this weekend for the first Bledisloe. What line up will the ABs need for the Wallabies and how will it differ for what they needed for the Pumas and Boks. Anna Richards, Tyla Nathan-Wong and Taylah Johnson join Kirstie to go over the FPC finals weekend. We talk about the golden generation of the Black Ferns 7s led by Sarah Hirini who just brought up her 50th tournament and look ahead to the Womens World Cup next month. This is an audio version of the Breakdown which aired on Sky Sports NZ on the 11th September 2022
20 years on from Australia's last Bledisloe Cup, are the Wallabies ready to win another one? Sure Australia has been patchy of late, but so have the All Blacks. We dare to dream with rugby caller Sean Maloney. PLUS, an upset at the US Open, a Postecoglou pearler and the AFL settles on broadcast partners. Featured: Rugby commentator, Sean Maloney. Subscribe to the ABC Sport Newsletter