In this week's show we discuss the 29-0 victory against Bath in the Premiership Cup. Harry Thacker helped himself to a hat trick as an experienced Bristol team overwhelmed Bath at the Rec.We also look forward to the next league game away at Northampton Saints and give our thoughts on selections and score predictions.In a busy week off the pitch we discuss the news that Kyle Sinckler has extended his Bristol contract, our surprise about Dan Thomas's hastily arranged loan to Scarlets and the signing of Will Porter from Wasps as scrum half cover.All this and more with Tony, Lee, Miles and Pete.
A nice short, sharp pod this week as Ed and Snowy discuss the upcoming Gloucester fixtures against Bath, Bristol, Exeter and London Irish. We also chat through the Open Day and Premiership Cup victory over Bath. Ed Price James Eastwood (Snowy)
01:57 - Introducing Jonathan02:55 - Jonathan's step-up to coaching03:40 - How things are going at London Irish05:00 - London Irish's Identity08:20 - London Irish's attacking potential10:30 - Growth going forward for London Irish' squad 14:04 - Does lack of relegation help the clubs in the Premiership?16:20 - London Irish' Academy20:00 - Jonathan's coaching journey.23:50 - Differences between coaching academy players and first teamers27:00 - Premiership Cup and London Irish30:00 - Where should London Irish be aiming this season?34:00 - Possible changes needed to the Premiership Model39:25 - Show Wrap Up
Matt, Barry and Sam are on cloud nine this week after a thumping victory over Leicester and some outstanding performances across the whole squad. They still find ways to pick holes in the performance (well, Matt does) but what a weekend!Elsewhere, the team discuss the ongoing sad situation at Worcester, paper rumours, the Premiership Cup, and upcoming fixtures.
There are four grumpy Bears on this podcast after Bristol's hugely disappointing defeat away at bottom club Newcastle Falcons in the league. A catalogue of errors and lapses in discipline let the Falcons swoop for their first win of the season. Hear our post mortem on the game and the players' performances.We also discuss the midweek defeat at home to Exeter in the Premiership Cup. Two young sides locked horns with the Chiefs coming out on top. Find out which of the young players stood out for TC on the night.We also discuss Andy Uren's new three-year contract and the rumours that max Malins may return to Bristol next season.All this and more on this week's show, with TC, Miles, Pete and Lee.
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2nd most recent Geelong Premiership Captain Cameron Ling, 2011 Premiership Defender Tom Lonergan and Herald Sun journalist Scott Gullan are joined by The Premiership Cup in this special Premiership Winning Edition of To the Final Bell. Tune in to hear the boys' first-hand accounts of the big day, their thoughts on the team's performance and we celebrate the Skipper after his crowning moment. All this and much more on To the Final Bell, the official podcast of the Geelong Cats.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A week is a long time so it appears. Our original pod which was supposed to be a relaxed chat about the past weekends action got swept aside and required an emergency follow-up pod just to cover the events of the last two days! Ed and Jim discuss the controversial decisions and actions during the Australia - New Zealand match before moving on to Gloucester's Premiership Cup victory over Worcester. But the main part of the pod this week is about the largest crisis to hit English Rugby in over 20 years as both Worcester and Wasps are now fighting to survive as going concerns. Ed Price Jim Harley
2022 premiership cup ambassador and three-time Richmond premiership player Bachar Houli joined Garry and Tim in the studio to talk about his lack of involvement with football since he retired, how he prepared to play in grand finals, what he's up to now, and more.
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On the show today: 1. Geelong's Cam Guthrie 2. Midday Madness - AFL Preliminary final wash-up, Cripps wins the Brownlow and more 3. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 4. SEN Chief Reporter Sam Edmund 5. Who should present the 2022 Premiership Cup to Geelong or Sydney? 6. Lost in the wash 7. Brett Phillips talking tennis
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With Elliot on the road for 50% of the pod, Mike is joined by former England fullback Vicky Macqueen to talk about the Leicester Tigers womens' set up, the sight of the Red Roses running out at Welford Road and, depressingly, a brutal reality check in the Premiership Cup against London Irish. Elliot then returns for a preview of the Bristol game, with the help of Pete from the Bears Beyond the Gate Podcast.
Elliot and Mike go against the grain of the London "meejah" to take a more holistic view of Tigers' narrow defeat to Quins at the Stoop, deliver a sack-load of good off-field news and look ahead to a daunting challenge as a young XV faces off against an experienced London Irish side in the Premiership Cup. Plus, things get spicy in the Import XV as the big names roll into town.
Firstly we pay tribute to Lions, Scotland and former Northampton prop, Tom Smith who sadly passed away at the age of 50 following a brave battle with Cancer. After an enforced and unexpected break last week due to Worcester cancelling at the last minute, we have a packed pod with the team discussing Gloucester's disappointing defeat to Wasps, why ticket sales are so poor and whether it is Covid or the price that is the problem. We also chat about the debacle of Worcester Warriors cancellation, the importance of being awarded the full 5 points and the impact on the wider community and club from a lost home game. Finally we ask whether the Premiership Cup is something to target, praise the club for sensible ticket pricing and look forward to this weekends Tiktok Womens Six Nations clash between England and Wales at a (hopefully) Sold out Kingsholm. Ed Price Lawrence Landray (Loz) James Eastwood (Snowy) Russ Brookes
Not a great week for the Bears with disappointing loss against Gloucester in the Premiership Cup quickly followed by a league defeat away at Northampton. Hear our thoughts on the player performances, tactics and where it all went wrong... again.To make a bad week on the field worse, news broke of Bristolian Dave Attwood's departure at the end of the season to join Bath. Then the Daily Telegraph's revelation that a contract mess up means six players who were due to leave the club have been given one year extensions, due to a missed deadline, leaving a reported £400k gap in our salary budget for next season.We discuss the how the gap may be filled and what big names might be on their way out to balance the books. Plus our preview of the European game away at Sale with our friends from The Shark Tank podcast. All this and more on this week's show.
Elliott and Mike speak from opposite corners of the planet with a backdrop of Australian wildlife and noisy children as they take a look at the promising shoots in a defeat in the Premiership Cup against Newcastle, before looking forward to welcoming the big guns back for a key fixture against Exeter at Sandy Park.
Happy New Year! The lads are all back to discuss the three Gloucester games over the Christmas period. Starting with the superb record away victory over Bath at The Wreck, the guys wonder if it is a really good sign to be slightly underwhelmed. Snowy and Ed talk about the atmosphere (or lack of) at Worcester and the young guns putting up a fight to grab a late losing bonus point. Finally we all run the rule over the defeat to Quins and why we can see far more positives than negatives. Ed Price Lawrence Landray (Loz) Russ Brookes Jim Harley James Eastwood (Snowy)
A well earned bonus point win for Gloucester over Wasps, somewhat overshadowed by a heart attack inducing last 10 minutes. The guys chat about the game, the big positives and some of those negatives! We also cover off the win over Exeter in the Premiership Cup, the final round of International matches, our deep admiration for Nigel Starmer-Smith and finish with some general rugby chit-chat. Ed Price James Eastwood (Snowy) Lawrence Landray (Loz) Russ Brookes
On the back of the sad news that Demons great Ron Barassi will not be able to present Melbourne the Premiership cup after testing positive to covid, the boys discussed who could jump into his place
In this week's show we talk about the disappointing 68-13 defeat at Sixways in the Premiership Cup. We take a look at the performance and ask how important is this cup competition and should we restructure it for next season.We also chat to Graham McKechnie, Sports Editor at BBC Northampton, about the next league fixture at home to the Saints. Get Graham's take on Northampton's season so far and his thoughts on their prospects for the trip to Ashton Gate.All this and more on this week's show with Tony, Lee and Pete.
The highs of victory are balanced by the lows of a frustrating draw against London Irish. But to mull the games over and give us all a boost, Jez and Matt were joined by the refreshingly honest Andy Christie! The promising back rower joined the show and talked about the start to the season, the upcoming Premiership Cup, and his development at Saracens so far.Also on the show... some more Eddie ranting!
Elliot and Mike 'spout' off about the win over a battling Bath, try to cheerlead for the Premiership Cup, chew through some gnarly opensides in cult corner and lead a scathing first term review after the first 8 rounds of Premiership action.
In this week's show we celebrate back-to-back bonus-point wins after Bristol beat Worcester 27-5 at Ashton Gate. We give our thoughts on theme, tactics and player performances. Have we turned the tide this season or is it a false dawn?We also look ahead to the start of the Premiership Rugby Cup campaign with a trip down the M5 to Sandy Park. We discuss how Pat will approach the competition - a chance to keep building momentum with the first team or a chance to bring through some of the fringe and academy players.Where is Brizzley? Our furry friend has been missing from mascot duties for a while now. Is he safe? Did he pick up a knock in training? Or as he been quietly retired from the match-day experience. We want to know #whereisbrizzleyAll this and more with Lee, Miles, Pete and Tony.
TUESDAY: AFL CEO Gillon McLachlanAFL Grand Final umpires Jacob Mollison, Matt Stevic and Brett RoseburyWestern Bulldogs champion and assistant Rohan SmithMelbourne Demons legend Todd VineySouth Fremantle ruckman Brock HigginsTyson Beattie with Star Spangled Banter
Chris Grant speaks to Dwayne about his role as cup presenter to the Bulldogs if they win the Grand Final, the preparation from a club perspective and more.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 14th of September, with Gerard Whateley and Jonathan Brown. Garry Lyons joins the show after being nominated to be Melbourne's Premiership Cup Presenter. Western Bulldogs' Adam Treloar joins the show as he heads into another Grand Final. The boys also discuss whether the Cats can still contend in the 2022 season. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Glenn Jakovich the 2x Eagles Premiership star will lead the tour of the Premiership Cup around WA as we get closer to the AFL Grand Final. Western Australia will get right behind the most coveted trophy in Australian sport!
Today on the Take on Board podcast, Helga talks with Henriette Rothschild about bushfires, climate change, emergencies and the impact that this has in the boardroom.Helga was in Adelaide during the Christmas period. During that time, the Adelaide Hills experienced devastating fires. Two people died and others were injured. More than 80 homes were lost, as well as about 500 outbuildings, hundreds of vehicles and extensive losses of livestock, pets and massive crop damage and vineyard damage.In particular, about 1100 hectares of the Adelaide Hills vineyards are believed to have been destroyed or badly damaged due to the fires. This is around one third of the area's grape production.Helga immediately thought of speaking with Henriette about the impact of this sort of devastation and bushfires on the wine industry, as she is on the board of Brown Family Wine Group (Brown Brothers Winery). She’s also on the Board of Richmond Football Club (so she’s held the Premiership Cup!) and a former Advisory Board member of CircleSource and Victoria Police.Helga met Henriette when they did Company Directors Course together at the Australian Institute of Company Directors and she immediately impressed me as one of the smartest people in the room. She has more than a decade of success in challenging executive leadership roles across Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Korea, and has a background in sales, commercial marketing, consulting and HR. She's passionate about working with great people to ensure organisations transform and perform.Contact Henriette or find out more about her:https://www.linkedin.com/in/henriette-rothschild-43b37b2/Resources from this episode:Brown Family Group Wines: https://www.brownbrothers.com.au/Supporting the Australian Wine Industry after the fires: https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2020/01/how-you-can-support-the-australian-wine-industry-after-the-fires/Adelaide Hills Bushfire affected wineries who need your support: https://glamadelaide.com.au/heres-the-bushfire-affected-wineries-who-need-your-support/FOR MORE INFORMATION:Join the Take on Board community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TakeOnBoard/Follow along on Twitter: @TakeOnBoardHelga’s Board Kickstarter and Board Accelerator programs: https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/eventsFor more information about Helga Svendsen: https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/Interested in working with Helga? https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/workwithmeTo contact Helga: email@example.com
The boys discuss the away defeat at Exeter and the performances that caught their eye. There’s news about a night out with a Pitbull. We look forward to the big league game against Bath and pick our starting 15. There’s also our World Cup round up and a certain commentator ‘gets our goat’ this week. This is a Bristol Bears podcast made by fans for fans. You can follow us on Twitter @BearsBeyondGate or email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this podcast Tony, Lee and Pete discuss the Bristol Bears home win over London Irish, we get fans' reactions to Tiff Eden's performance and hear from a player's Mum. We look ahead to the game against the Chiefs in Exeter and do our Bristol round-up from the World Cup. Pete explains why he was on the big screen at halftime last Sunday and we finish off with our 'Gets My Goat' section.Bears Beyond The Gate is made by fans for fans.
Join Caroline Wilson, Corrie Perkin and special guest Julia Wilson (Caro's Mum) for a post Grand Final debrief, a discussion about growing up with a beautiful mother and more inspiration from Caro's favourite 70's dinner party book. Julia's 'Crush of the Week' is Maureen Hafey who presented the Premiership Cup at the Grand Final. In BSF - Corrie's raving about the new novel from one of her favourite local authors Favel Parrett There Was Still Love (available HERE) and also recommends Favel's Past the Shallows. Everyone's recommending the documentary Green Light by Ned Donohoe which investigates the growing calls to legalise medicinal cannabis. For screening dates and more info head to www.greenlightmovie.com Caro's recipe recommendation is a 70s classic Country Terrine (see recipe below). Corrie's Grumpy about the shopping habits of men and in '6 Quick Questions' we compare Richmond champions, pets, Dame Julie Andrews, Spring fashion and more. Thanks to our show sponsor VitalSmarts. Let’s face it, we’ve all been in a situation where our emotions have controlled the conversation. We say something we don’t truly mean or what we do say lands badly. By learning real speak up skills you will be able control the tough conversations and have them go well. Visit Vitalsmarts.com.au/dstm to find out more. To listen and subscribe to The Outer Sanctum podcast click HERE. For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram @DontShootPod. Like our Facebook page and hit 'Sign Up' to receive weekly updates HERE. Email the show via email@example.com Follow us on Twitter via @dontshootpod 'Don't Shoot The Messenger' is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Crocmedia. COUNTRY TERRINE 1 kg of pork and veal mince 2 large onions finely chopped 2 cloves of crushed garlic 2 slices of white bread, crusts removed, bread 'crumbed' 1 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram 2 teaspoons of salt ground black pepper 3 tablespoons chopped parsley 2 eggs 1 tablespoon Grand Marnier 2 tablespoons white wine 4 bacon rashers to line the terrine 125g pistachio nuts (optional). Fry onion and garlic slowly in butter until soft. Mix all ingredients and pour into greased terrine lined with bacon. Put bay leaves on to. Cover and cook in a bain marie (inch of water in a baking dish) about one to one and a half hours. To test insert a skewer. When cooked, juices will run clear. Leave to cool and serve with crusty bread. This makes enough for 8-10 people. (NB - You can use 1 dessertspoon of mixed fresh herbs in place of the dried thyme and marjoram).
Tony (TC), Lee, Miles and Pete talk about Bristol's narrow home win in the Premiership Cup against Gloucester - including Nathan Hughes debut - and look forward to the next game in the competition against London Irish. There's chat about the Bristol connections at the Rugby World Cup and our thoughts on this season's home and away kits. We finish with our regular feature 'Gets On My Goat' and Miles airs his opinions about Dance Cam. Bears Beyond The Gate is a weekly podcast about all things Bristol Bears. Made by fans for fans.
In this second episode Tony, Pete and Lee discuss the Bears first competitive game of the season away at Harlequins in the Premiership Cup. What did we learn and how important is this competition? We also look ahead to the next cup game against Gloucester at Ashton gate on Friday 27 September. We also talk about the Bristol connections in England's first game at the Rugby World Cup against Tonga. In our 'Gets My Goat' section Pete talks about one of his pet hates at Ashton Gate.Bears Beyond The Gate is a podcast made by fans, for fans.
It's our first ever episode! We get talking about the Autumn Internationals and Premiership Cup action from the weekend, discuss marquee signings and the upcoming games this weekend and even find time for a bit of a Rugby 08 love-in. There's only one Heff in town.
The boys are back to review a disappointing Premiership Cup campaign and look forward to a crucial stretch of Gallagher Premiership matches. In this bumper edition, Gabriel Tom and Charlie also take on a quiz and another version of Bath Rugby 'Who Am I?' COYB
We’re back!!! And apparently some sort of football game happened over the weekend?!Nat came in with her scarf on and her voice a tad croaky after heading over the Melbourne for the game - and watching the mighty West Coast take home the Premiership Cup!Brooke Satchwell understood Nat’s loss of voice – she told us about the time she lost her voice at a Bon Jovi concert! She’s also pretty pumped about her new TV show Mr Inbetween.Shaun smacked his face into the door over the break– but instead told everyone his surfboard smacked him cause it sounded cooler. We heard other stories about when you didn’t say what actually happened... including an accident with a shovel and a clothesline.And back to the footy once more…Nat stayed with her friend in Melbourne for the Grand Final – who just happens to live in the suburb of Collingwood, right behind enemy lines! We heard other stories about being in enemy territory... listen out for Stephanie’s story about a football game in Ireland, it’s a cracker.Up the mighty West Coast Eagles! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1. Hello & Welcome 2. the Crows made a Statement (Calls) 3. Neil 'Knuckles' Kerley (Capt. / Coach of West Adl. Team of the Century) 4. At Home with the Legends 5. Should the Premiership Cup be Named? (Calls) 6. Rory Atkins (AFC Utility) 7. Cricket Australia Coaching / Captaincy Updates 8. Matty Nicks (PAFC Senior Assistant Coach) 9. DSL Q&A See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At the Guinness Premiership Final between Leicester Tigers and Saracens were over 500 children who were the regional winners of the twelve Land Rover Premiership Cup Rugby Festivals. They had their photos taken on the famous turf, enjoyed the attractions of the Twickenham village, then received their due acclaim in the half-time 'Parade of Champions'. Representing Sale Sharks were the Macclesfield Under-11 team, winners at the Sale Sharks' Community Tournament held at Preston Grasshoppers.