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In episode 140, Tom Watkins, High Performance Manager at Fiji Rugby League, joins us. Specifically Tom will be looking at: Demands of tournament rugby How to manage players arriving from various clubs In tournament gym sessions Week planning About Tom "Tom Watkins is the current High Performance Manager for the Fiji Bati National Rugby League Team. He is also the Head of Performance for one of Australia's leading athletic development facilities Athletes Authority. Through this role Tom has worked with a diverse range of international and national level athletes across a multitude of sports. Prior to this he has gained a wealth of experience working as a strength and conditioning coach within a number of professional sporting organisations such as the Sydney Roosters and Parramatta Eels." Instagram: coach_watkins FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode140 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
Pacific fisheries observers will be redeployed from next month. Niue officially confirms there's Covid-19 community transmission for the first time. And later on, we talanoa with Aivale Cole, who sung the Samoan national anthem for the Rugby League World Cup final.
In a time when Dustin and Jim wanted to talk extensively about the great Rugby League World Cup for the USA Wheelchair and both Canada and Brazil women's teams, discuss the USA v. CAN match in Tampa, and talk South American Championship, they, unfortunately, must cover the biggest news in US Rugby League. As ridiculous as it may sound, YES, there is even MORE infighting in the States. In Part 1 of what could be a 3-part series Dustin, Jim, and Lance Cavanaugh from Great American Rugby break down and discuss the shocking news that has everyone talking. Enjoy!
The boys are joined by guest Trev Smith to discuss all the fall out from Rugby League World Cup 2021, which players made a name for themselves and what is exciting for the future of international League. Then they run through team by team and give their thoughts on how each teams off season trades have come together and how they are looking for season 2023 at this very early stage of the game
In todays episode of Fergo and The Freak Andrew Ferguson and League Freak rate the 2022 Rugby League World Cup on a scale of 1-10 in many different categories. They even rate each nations performance! They also chat about the World Cup Final, and just have a lot of good footy talk! Twitter AndrewRLP and LeagueFreak Patreon Rugby League Project Patreon and the League Freak Patreon! Websites The Rugby League Project The Official Website Of The Glorious League Freak Rugby League Podcasting Network NRL Rumours NRL Breaking News FergoandTheFreak.com #RugbyLeague #NRL #RFL #SuperLeague #NSW #QLD #Sport #Rugby #IntRL #RugbyWorldCup #StateOfOrigin #Origin #RLWC #Podcast #LiveSport #GreatAustralianPodcasts #NRLPodcast #SuperLeaguePodcast #RugbyPodcast #SportPodcast #RugbyLeaguePodcast #History #RugbyHistory #InternationalRL #RLWC9s #RedV #ThunderAndLightning #NRLGrandFinal Youve found the best 2023 NRL Podcast going! The Official NRL website, For the latest NRL News, or the 2022 NRL Draw and 2023 NRL Draw,just click the links! Also if you're looking to Buy 2022 NRL Tickets you know where to go!
After four years of weekly shows it's time to close the curtain and retire the WiSP News Desk, the show that has brought you the top stories from around the world fo women's sports. And it's been a fun ride watching different sports grow and champions made. On this final episode we begin with a true champion of her sport counting 19 times as the LPGA Champion, New Zealander, Lydia Ko wins the final title of the season and $2 million check at the CME Tour Championship. In Alpine Skiing, the World Cup got underway in Levi, Finland and American Mikaela Shiffrin came out the gate as she means to continue with back to back wins in the two slalom races ahead of Anna Svenn Larsson (SWE) and Petra Vlhova (SVK) on day one and beating Switzerland's Wendy Holdener and Petra again on the second day. The Lionesses were held to a 1-1 draw against Norway in the last of their friendly games of the year. And in the WSL, Manchester United ended Arsenal's winning streak by beating them 3-2, thanks to a last minute goal by Alessia Russo. The Rugby League World Cup came to a conclusion with an exciting win again for Australia against New Zealand. Exciting news in motor racing as Formula One launches a women's academy. British Darts star Fallon Sherrock gets a place in the 2023 World Championships. And in Nordic Combined Skiing women protest in a very visual way at being denied Olympic entry when they already have a World Cup season and World Championship.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: November 21, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at email@example.com.
The Professor and Fletch were in charge of Monday's show. The boys had plenty to debrief from the weekend with the Rugby League World Cup wrapping up, of course there was Monday A-Grades and Fletch was asking for Aussie slang terms. Guests: Justin Hodges, Sportsday's Scott Sattler and Gary Belcher and Josh Jenkins from Sportsbet.
COP27 still trying to reach an agreement on a compensation fund for poorer nations affected by climate change; Prime Minister Anthony Albanese optimistic about the possible end of Chinese economic sanctions; and in sport, Australia beats Samoa to win the final of the Rugby League World Cup.
Ultimate victory was not to be, but that didn't dampen the mood of Toa Samoa supporters at the fan zone in South Auckland's Otara. After being the first Pacific Island team to reach the final in the Rugby League World Cup's tournament's history, Samoa was no match for Australia, who came away at the weekend with another World Cup crown. RNZ Pacific's Susana Suisuiki has more.
Crash joined Jules to discuss the captaincy questions surrounding Josh Hazlewood and Steve Smith, Mitch Starc, Adam Zampa's chances of playing in India next year, reviving ODI cricket, the Rugby League World Cup, Cam Smith, Springfield for the AFLW Grand Final, and more.
The Bullpen Bros expand their sporting travels as the Rugby League World Cup visits the North east of England. Tickets were bought in 2020 for the 2021 event which we saw in 2022! Dave Senior is a season ticket holder at Leeds Rhinos and entertained Alan over 4 days with some class action and sport (and alcohol...) with young dave joining us in Newcastle and Middlesbrough. Rugby League is different from Rugby Union in several ways and we reckon a game our American friends would enjoy more and we are not biased. Our games were New Zealand All Blacks v Ireland at Headingley, Scotland v Fiji at Kingston Park, Tinga V Cook Islands at the Riverside finishing with Papua New Guinea and Wales in Doncaster. Rugby, travel, groundhopping, friendship and a few beers and other stuff (it was on offer...) along the way.
Chile boosts Pacific countries committed to phase out fossil fuels at COP27; Canadian ocean miner completes controversial Pacific seabed tests;Toa Samoa have a shot and writing more Rugby League World Cup history in a David vs Goliath final against the Kangaroos.
South Auckland's streets are set for a Samoan invasion this Saturday. Toa Samoa will play in its first ever Rugby League World Cup final against the mighty Kangaroos of Australia. As the historic kick off approaches the passion on the steets is palpable as our reporter Jonty Dine and cameraman Nick Monro found out. [
The Kiwi Ferns will go toe-to-toe with with the Jillaroos in the early hours of Sunday morning - after a stunning performance knocking out England in the semis. A week after the Black Ferns lifted rugby union's World Cup, glory is within reach for the 13-woman code at Old Trafford in Manchester. Commentator Honey Hireme-Smiler competed at World Cups for both the Kiwi Ferns and Black Ferns .
SportsPro's George Breare and Steve McCaskill are joined on the latest episode of the SportsPro Podcast by Christina Wootton, vice president of global partnerships, Roblox. Before Wootton joins the conversation, the hosts wrap up some of the big sports industry news stories of the last week. Talking points: The collapse of FTX and the impact of the cryptocurrency struggles (0:45) Viaplay making moves for the English Football League (EFL) story (9:28) Has the Rugby League World Cup been a success? (13:58) Christina Wootton interview: How does Roblox work? (17:40) As a metaverse, what does Roblox offer the sports industry? (22:28) The process for partners to get involved (28:44) Bringing live broadcasts into the platform (36:31) What is Fifa World? (37:44) What works in the Roblox metaverse? (43:00)
The Kiwi Ferns are hoping to regain their winning glory of two decades ago when they face two-time defending champion, Australia in the Rugby League World Cup final on Sunday. The team was dominant in the early 2000s, winning three titles in a row. Felicity Reid has this report
The Kiwi Ferns can make it a triumphant double for New Zealand women's sports teams when they play Australia's "Jillaroos" in the final of the Rugby League World Cup. A week after the Black Ferns lifted rugby union's World Cup, glory is within reach for the 13-woman code at Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday morning. Commentator Honey Hireme-Smiler competed at World Cups for both the Kiwi Ferns and Black Ferns during her illustrious career, and spoke to Māni Dunlop.
If you thought the Samoan community was out in force last weekend to support their men's team at the Rugby League World Cup, well you haven't seen anything yet. Toa Samoa are through to the final against Australia in Manchester on Sunday morning and organisers of events and parades around New Zealand are expecting flags to be flying and celebrations to hit full swing, regardless of the result. Otara in South Auckland looks poised to attract the biggest numbers, with a big screen set up to cater for hundreds of fans when the final kicks off at 5am. Samoan community leader Jerome Mika spoke to Corin Dann.
Koroi talks to Kathryn about COP27 and the frustration that some Pacific countries are feeling. A Canadian deep sea miner, the Metals Company, has announced the completion of a controversial mining trial in the Pacific ocean. And excitement is building with Toa Samoa's debut at the Rugby League World Cup finals.
As the NFL season heats up, Scobes and Kingy preview a big NFC clash between the Cowboys and the Vikings. With both sides in contention, the boys debate if Dak Prescott and Kirk Cousins have what it takes to lead their teams to a Superbowl.The action doesn't stop there as we also take a look at the Rugby League World Cup final between Australia and Samoa. Do Samoa have what it takes to cause a massive upset over in England?And finally, roving reporter and guest Trent Beilken joins the show to discuss the final F1 race for the season and the Wallabies Spring tour issues.Stay Hungry!00:09:49 - F1 with Trent Beilken00:20:42 - Wallabies with Trent Beilken00:29:32 - Rugby League World Cup00:33:40 - NFL00:46:23 - Take it To The BankSupport the showTo access additional Sporting Feast content, please see our website www.thesportingfeast.com or see our Instagram & Facebook pages. For feedback or to contact The Sporting Feast team, please email firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you to our episode sponsors WishBet
On this episode Josh, The Producer & Erik talk about Majsport and 3 World Cups. These are the Cricket, Rugby League and Soccer World Cups Majsport and the AMG Cup is in full swing. Last round was held at Bathurst and The Producer let down Maj and Majucer putting into the wall in GP2. Maj had similar luck in GP1. Check out Majsport on the link below. Make sure you subscribe to Majsport to stay up to date. https://www.youtube.com/user/majsport Josh, The Producer and Erik then quickly touch on England's win in the Cricket World Cup, England's choke in the Rugby League World Cup and England's chances in the Soccer World Cup Preview. Join our NFL Tipping Comp and if you win you will win a prize. https://www.footytips.com.au/competitions/?ff=settings&competitionId=406234 0:00:00 – Majsport, AMG Cup 0:30:00 –Cricket World Cup 0:32:00 – Rugby League World Cup 0:37:00 – Soccer World Cup Preview Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Mendy - @BigMendy180 Darren - @Dazza_20 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 Part of the Always Up Network Always Up Network - @AlwaysUpNetwork #AUN Email - email@example.com facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/
Tanya Arnold, Dave Woods, Jon Wilkin and Steve Mascord preview the Rugby League World Cup Finals. Tanya Arnold is joined by Rugby League correspondent Dave Woods, former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord to look ahead to the weekend's Rugby League World Cup finals. Ahead of the men's final, they speak to Australia's assistant coach Michael Hagan after a tightly contested semi-final. Ali Brigginshaw from the Jillaroos speaks about how much she's been enjoying the tournament, while Nathan Collins, a try scorer from England's wheelchair team's victory over France pops by too. Plus, the tournament's CEO Jon Dutton talks about the success and legacy of this year's competition. TIMECODES: 08:38 – Michael Hagan 26:03 – Ali Brigginshaw 36:36 – Nathan Collins 46:51 – Jon Dutton
The Half-Backed Podcast links former Canberra halfback Sam Williams and journalist Tim Williams to help find you a few winners in the upcoming Rugby League World Cup final, while picking apart the thoughts of one of league's sharpest minds in the ex-Raider. This week: - Punting results - World Cup final preview - World Cup punting plays
Mike and Carbs are back in different timezones to review Rugby League World Cup semi finals, preview grand finals and talk golden boot.
LIVE in Stockport at their fantastic Central Library, we're joined by Chair of Rugby League World Cup 2021 Chris Brindley, Salford Red Devils Head Coach Paul Rowley and Aussie-based journalist George Clark to talk about the tournament so far, on and off the field, as we build-up to the final weekend, as the Wheelchair, Women's and Men's World Champions will be crowned just down the road in Manchester. How has the tournament gone for the organisers, the challenges faced getting to this point, the success of the Wheelchair and Women's tournaments being added to the event, England's defeat to Samoa in the men's semis and much more to talk about...
Crash and Gerard discussed the Glenn Maxwell injury, Beer Pong, T20 World Cup, England's huge win, Pakistan gallant in defeat, the MCG pitch, Matthew Mott's coaching, Ben Stokes, the relationship between the Australian team and the public, the Rugby League World Cup, Rugby Union, Cam Smith and LIV golf, and more.
If you live in South Auckland, or perhaps Porirua, you might have been woken by wild celebrations yesterday morning. The Samoan flag was flying high and proud after Toa Samoa stunned hosts England in the semifinals of the Rugby League World Cup, winning 27-26 to reach the final against Australia. Otara Scorpions Rugby League Club general manager Willie Maea says after the Black Ferns' victory the night before, South Auckland was already in good spirits. But Samoa's shock win pushed them over the top. Maea spoke to Māni Dunlop.
In this bulletin, Cybersecurity Minister Claire O'Neil vows to 'punch back' against cyber criminals; flood warnings for New South Wales and Victoria as a cold front rolls through; and in sport, Samoa through to the Rugby League World Cup final after intense golden point win over Great Britain.
Welcome to Episode 255 of the Rugby League Republic Podcast, with your hosts Tish and Dr T.In this Episode, we review the Quarter Finals in the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, preview the Semi Finals and much more. Join us as we build a rugby league community for all… the Rugby League Republic Podcast starts right now…..
Dana Johannsen talks to Kathryn about tomorrow's Black Ferns final and whether they can trump England. We're also into the crunch point in the tournament for the Rugby League World Cup, and the Kiwis have drawn the Kangaroos in this weekend's semifinal.
On this episode Josh and The Producer catch up on sport for the past 3 weeks Majsport and the AMG Cup is in full swing. We go through the last 3 weekends of racing. Check out Majsport on the link below. Make sure you subscribe to Majsport to stay up to date. https://www.youtube.com/user/majsport Josh and The Producer catch up on Running, Motorsport (F1 and Supercars), Horse Racing, MLB, NFL, EPL, Cricket World Cup and Rugby League World Cup. Join our NFL Tipping Comp and if you win you will win a prize. https://www.footytips.com.au/competitions/?ff=settings&competitionId=406234 0:00:00 – Majsport, AMG Cup 0:33:00 –Running 0:43:00 – Sport Catch Up Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Mendy - @BigMendy180 Darren - @Dazza_20 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 Part of the Always Up Network Always Up Network - @AlwaysUpNetwork #AUN Email - firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/
On today's show, the boys rambled about chip shortages, New Zealand's pre-emptive flight home from the Rugby League World Cup, had Jonathon Batty, Carl Smith, Trent Copeland and Rory Thompson, Questions Without Notice, your calls, and more.
Recapping everything from the big wedding. Bloke in a Bar beer: check out their store locator here: https://blokeinabar.com/pages/store-locator Neds. Whatever you bet on, Take it to the Neds Level. Visit: https://www.neds.com.au/ Kayo Sports: Enjoy no ads during play, sign up today: https://kayosports.com.au/ Pilot, level up your health, visit: https://pilot.com.au/podcast/hellosport 00:00 - Eddy's Wedding 1:04:03 - Melbourne Cup 1:18:43 - Cricket 1:29:24 - Rugby League World Cup
The Kiwis are pulling no punches when it comes to what their captain is calling a "disrespectful" move by organisers at the Rugby League World Cup. The Sydney Morning Herald has revealed the world number one ranked New Zealand side have been booked on a flight out of England within 24 hours of Saturday's semifinal showdown against Australia. Sports reporter Clay Wilson has the latest.
England's Rugby League Women's team play their next World Cup match against Papua New Guinea tonight. Joining Emma to talk about how to get more women involved in the game are the official Women's Ambassador for the Rugby League World Cup Jodie Cunningham and the Captain Emily Rudge. Jodie is also an Ambassador for the RLWC's Social Impact Programme which champions inclusive volunteering. We hear from volunteer Jenny Robinson, who is a wheelchair user and has learning disabilities, who says it's changed her life. Whether you choose to watch or not, you won't have escaped the news that reality show I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! is back on TV and that Matt Hancock, the former Health Secretary during the pandemic, who had to resign over breaking his own rules when an affair with an aide was exposed by the newspapers - is due to make his first appearance in the jungle camp in Australia tonight. Christine Hamilton, media personality and author, married to former Conservative MP Neil Hamilton - came third in the first series of I'm a Celebrity 20 years ago - back in 2002. She gives her view to Emma, as does Dr Cathy Gardner, who brought a judicial review on the government's discharge policy of hospitals to care homes at the beginning of the pandemic against Matt Hancock, the NHS and Public Health England – and won. Results are being declared in the US midterm elections. The Republicans currently have the most seats in the House of Representatives but it is still unclear which party could gain control of the Senate. Abortion has played a role in these elections, with the first batch of exit polls showing that for 3 in 10 Americans, abortion was the most important issue. The Democrats ran campaigns that focussed on abortion rights and poll as the most trusted party with this issue, but has the importance of abortion rights been overplayed? Emma speaks to Amanda Taub, writer for The New York Times. Over the last few weeks we've been talking about the power and the pain of female friendship. A Woman's Hour Listener we are calling Nina contacted us - she was listening to one of the episodes exploring whether friendships can be repaired - and it really chimed with her. Our reporter Jo Morris met Nina at her home to hear her story.
Four Men's teams remain at the Rugby League World Cup, and the Women's and Wheelchair have a round to go. Mike and Carbs are back to discuss it all.
Tanya Arnold is joined once again by former England international Jon Wilkin and Australian journalist Steve Mascord for their weekly take on all things Rugby League World Cup. Lee Radford is part of the Samoan coaching staff and he explains how England's semi-final opponents have been getting better and better. England wheelchair player Seb Bechara discusses playing the trumpet and what exactly constitutes good bread. And Jillaroos co-skipper Sammy Bremner joins the pod to talk through a few language issues and returning to the game after having a baby. Oh – and don't forget to find out what Steve has lost this week. TIMECODES 6.00 - Lee Radford joins the team to discuss the England men's team's upcoming semi-final against Samoa. The Castleford Tigers head coach is currently working as an assistant coach for Samoa, and hoping to plot the downfall of his home nation. 16.25 England wheelchair star Seb Bechara discusses their great start to the event, and life as a professional trumpet player in the South of France. 32.14 Australian Jillaroos co-captain Sammy Bremner makes some early observations about life in the UK and how she's hoping her World Cup performances will be an inspiration to others.
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Australian Rugby League Head Coach Mal Meninga joins us live from London at the Rugby League World Cup. Is Jess' hot new manny just another scam waiting to catch her out? And we hear your stories of when you had to fire a family member. Plus, winners of the Block 22 liken their experience after the show to facing your football rivals off the field. Triple M Breakfast With MG, Jess & PageySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Kiwis are ready to move on from a big scare in the quarterfinals at the Rugby League World Cup in England. New Zealand edged Fiji out 24-18 in Hull yesterday to set-up a semifinal against perennial tournament favourites Australia. But a repeat of Fiji's upset win over the Kiwis at the same stage of the 2017 World Cup seemed a possibility for a large part of the match. Kiwis head coach Michael Maguire spoke to Corin Dann.
In the last guest of our short series, inspired by the Rugby League World Cup, we're joined by the humble, hard-working and high-performing Sam Tomkins, the captain and talisman of England's men's team who are aiming to win the coveted trophy later this month. In Sam Walker's brilliant book, Captain Class, he identified that the best teams have great captains, those who play on the edge, make others better and step up at crucial moments. Sam is certainly a leader who does this and much more but, as he explained to us, this has not come easily. He was never identified as a great talent, having to pay to play at Wigan Warriors whilst holding down a full-time job as a green-keeper at a local golf course. Whilst he was there, he refused to compromise and kept his dream of representing his boyhood team alive. His willingness to do the work in the shadows, the hard, relentless grind in the toughest of sports distinguished him and prepared him for the moment when luck met opportunity and he got his shot. Sam was a central figure in Wigan's renaissance, winning Grand Finals and Challenge Cups before deciding to stretch his horizons and test himself in New Zealand. He returned to Wigan and led them to further glory before once again, being stepping outside his comfort zone by moving to France with Catalan Dragons. Sam's story is packed with incredible lessons, inspiring messages and insightful observations from his climb to the summit of world sport. (HP Plus subscribers can enjoy a special extended version on this episode) Listen back to the other episodes in the series;Sam Burgess: https://apple.co/3sG3g7vLindsey Burrow: https://apple.co/3TPl6RwJamie Peacock: https://apple.co/3WKhphZ- - - - -OUT NOW! The High Performance Daily Journal - 365 ways to become your best! smarturl.it/HPJournalWe're back on Tour in 2023! Sign up to the Circle and get early-access - all details: https://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/live2023 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Carbs recently featured on The Sideline Story. The boys chat Rugby League World Cup, the story of Chasing Kangaroos and some ask Carbs.
In the third of our series to celebrate the Rugby League World Cup, we are delighted to welcome Jamie Peacock, a man who has burnished his legendary status within the sport, by consistently doing “the things that require no talent” at the very moments when the pressure is at its greatest, the margins are at their narrowest and the competition is at its fiercest. In turn, he has acquired a medal haul which would fill a museum. He shares with us the transferrable lessons learnt along the way and which can be adopted into your own life. Jamie was a leader through his example and helped shaped high performance cultures at Bradford, Leeds and England. The foundation stone on which these were built were accountability. “Tell people what you are going to do, then do it” is his succinct message. “This is how trust is created, nurtured and maintained.” This is a powerful, profound and incredibly practical interview which will leave you ready to create your own high performance culture. Listen back to the other episodes in the series;Sam Burgess: https://apple.co/3sG3g7vLindsey Burrow: https://apple.co/3TPl6Rw Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.