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In this week's show we cover the Bears opening games of the 2022-23 season.First up the rescheduled opener against Bath, which saw the return of the Ellis 'Baby Rhino' Genge to Bristol. We assess the narrow victory that came 24 hours later than expected following the sad passing of HM Queen Elizabeth. We then analyse this week's resolute away win against Wasps. Our first victory at their place for 22 years as the Bears put on a defensive masterclass. Hear our thoughts on the game and player performances. We also look ahead to the next game against London Irish, Worcester's fight for survival and reflect on a big week for the women's game in Bristol. All this and more with Lee, Miles, Pete and Tony.
After getting bagged to the beyond about boring rugby, the Tigers turned it on in an imperfect but entertaining win against Falcons, which we pick apart before looking forward to the first East Midlands Derby of the year. Plus, we're joined by legend Leon Lloyd to chat about his iconic Tigers' career, where he sees the current crop and life after rugby.
Welcome to The Bye Round Podcast with James Graham! If you love a punt on horse racing, NRL and much much more sign up to PlayUp Today: https://record.affiliates.playup.com/_4UtbVEYPYwphg6WO2I1rgWNd7ZgqdRLk/1/ This week James Graham sits down with the most successful dual international of all time Wendell Sailor. Wendell talks us through his recent mental health struggles, why he seems himself as a scallywag, plus we talk his time with the Broncos & his cocaine suspension in Rugby Union. 00:00 Finals Week 2 Review 06:00 Wendell SailorSee 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.
Welcome to Episode 39 of the Sheffield Vulcans Podcast. In this episode Charlie, Innes and Nathan turn their focus away from Rugby Union to sit down and have a chat with Jay and Rosie from the Leicester Diamonds, an inclusive rugby club for ALL women and non-binary individuals. Here's a bit about the club's history: Leicester Diamonds was founded in 2021 by two friends who shared a love of baseball. Wanting to create something more than a sports team, Abi (Batts) Battisto and Ally (Sal) Clark created something more than a sports team. They created a safe space to bring together people from all backgrounds regardless of their age, size or expereince. We're excited to share this episode with you so please sit back and tune in to hear Jay and Rosie talk about baseball, inclusion in sport and the importance of having a safe space to have fun, meet likeminded people and having a good time! As always, our show is available to listen to on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean and Spotify. So, sit back and listen as we talk IGR, Rugby Union, Baseball, and everything in-between. Follow us on social media: Instagram: @sheffvulcanspod Twitter: @sheffvulcanspod Follow the Sheffield Vulcans: Facebook: /sheffvulcans Instagram: @sheffvulcans Twitter: @sheffvulcans Follow the Leicester Diamonds: Facebook: /leicesterdiamonds Instagram: @leicesterdiamonds Twitter: @leicsdiamonds Website: https://www.leicesterdiamonds.co.uk/ If you would like to check for your nearest baseball team click here.
Daniel Pettigrew joins you every morning from 5am to give you all the latest in Sport. This morning we looked back at the finish to the Bledisloe Cup last night and we looked back at the great career of Roger Federer after he announced his retirement overnight. Plus, we got stuck into our Weekend Forecast with Charlie Goodsir previewing the NRL and AFL Finals and Jon Gallo looked ahead to another big round of the English Premier League and continued our Road To The World Cup series.
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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.
Happy birthday Slapsy!, Triple M MVP Award Winner, Billy's All Sports Report including AFL and boxing, JB and Billy have had busy days today, what destroyed your house unusual?, Wallabies legend Tim Horan, get around Chemist Warehouse, the time David Campese crapped himself when confronted by Jonah Lomu, more footy and cricket news, JB's history-making Brownlow Medal night, Emma Freedman, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - the pressure on Geelong, James Hird's tilt for the Essendon coaching job and more 2. Geelong CEO Steve Hocking 3. Greatest Preliminary Finals of the last 40 years 4. Sports update 5. Channel Seven Perth's Ryan Daniels on Rory Lobb, Luke Jackson and Junior Rioli 6. Lost in the wash 7. Melbourne Rebels CEO Baden Stephenson
Vossy and Brandy are back for the Friday edition of the show and looked back at the bizarre finish to the Rugby Union last night with the All Blacks winning in the last minute. Plus, the build up to the Second week of the NRL Finals continued with the countdown almost over to the two big matches coming up this weekend and we looked back at the career of Roger Federer after he announced his retirement overnight.
This is The Knock On, KCLR, and Scoreline.ie's weekly rugby podcast.In this episode, Stephen Byrne is joined by Tom Crotty from Carlow Rugby Club, James Blanchfield from Kilkenny Rugby Club, and Johnny Tobin from Tullow Rugby Club.The lads discuss lots including…. We look back at the Carlow and Kilkenny derby games in J1 & J2 last weekend, a win for each side Tullow got the better of Wexford Wanderers, we hear about the game and how the team is shaping up We preview the local games this weekend Sean O'Brien's application to play junior rugby with Tullow has been denied, we discuss that The lads chat about the Emerging Ireland Squad that has been named and if it's a good idea in general And lots more......Don't forget to visit scoreline.ie for more on rugby, and of course, if you're into your GAA, we have the clash act and lots more.
00:10 Intro01:19 Dan Lyle Intro01:40 Fiji RWC 7'S Win04:00 Australia Women's RWC 7'S Win07:00 Landscape of USA Rugby16:00: AJ MacGinty35:00: MacGinty reflects on Eagles 15's RWC Path to Qualification44:00 Outro
On the show TODAY with Matty...The Game Plan with Anthony SeiboldStarting petitions to save your NRL clubTommy's Tribune - NRL Finals week two predictions Wallabies lock Jed HollowayAdam Peacock on the Socceroos 31-man squad Greyhounds Racing NSW CEO Wayne Billett
Finally, the documentary we've been waiting to share with Australian audiences will get a local release this Thursday the 15th September 2022 on the day of the Bledisloe Test Match in Melbourne. The film will be screened on Fox Docos via Foxtel and Binge.Director Matt Durrant and cinematographer and co-producer Majdi Slaibi from Thiqa Media share a few stories of how the film started almost 3 years ago and the journey of getting it from concept to broadcast. A battler story of two guys with an idea and plenty of enthusiasm who jumped in and navigated the Australian rugby sphere to chase the story despite the limits of being self funded, having a skeleton crew and managing to overcome the challenges of a pandemic that momentarily shut down production .A few anecdotes, some favourite interview moments and a call out for listeners to tell us what they want to hear after the film is out. Dig in!
What a wonderful dialogue with our guest today, CEO of Gazing Performance Systems, Martin Fairn. Martin has a wealth of experience as a former elite ruby athlete himself and working in the corporate world before co-founding Gazing. Martin and his team work with athletes, teams, and corporates helping train mental skills in order to perform under pressure. They specialize in riding the gap between truth to talent. Check out the pearls of wisdom from this episode at the following time stamps; Worst coaching moment: telling and convincing "versus" this is about a dialogue, not a monologue 2.00 Best coaching moments: when people"playback" what they have heard with meaning, intent and in their own language 3.04 When the golf ball leaves your club, it is in the can't control circle 3.55 Peer coaching: "SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE" 5.41 Sliding Doors 7.46 What makes a great coach? "Truth to talent." 9.57 How do you close the gap? 15.27 If the aspiration is the summit, you have to start somewhere and place your attention on getting to base camp first 17.23 If you want the "win" so bad, this is often someone's greatest motivator and their biggest inhibitor (Mindset is a mental SKILL that can be trained) 18.37 How did Martin handle pressure as a Ruby athlete himself? 21.18 What is the story behind your company's name: 'Gazing' 22.40 And from the website: Our name is derived from the Gazing Principle®, practised and developed by the Japanese swordsman and philosopher Musashi. Musashi's success was based on a ‘double gaze' – one eye on the immediate situation (the opponent) and the other on the bigger picture (the wider battlefield), and the ability to switch constantly between the two. Gazing's approach centres on the human ability to perform under pressure using practical concepts that you can apply immediately. What are the control circles? 24.56 Performing "WITH" pressure 30.31 1) Acknowledge the mindset plays a role (train the mindset skill) 2) Accept that we are all human and vulnerable to pressure and impact performance 3) So, what can you do about it? Build your skills and your resiliency. What skills do I need to add to my toolkit? What is RED to BLUE? It's a framework 33.28 Where our attention goes our energy will follow 34.10 How do you teach presence? 36.55 What are the Red to Blue skills? 38.45 1) Self-awareness 2) Acceptance 3) Selection of attention (energy) What impact has GAZING had on the ALL BLACKS (New Zealand Ruby team?) 43.00 What makes a great CEO? 45.46 Peperbell (www.paperbell.com/podcast) proudly supports this episode of the Coaching Podcast. Martin Fairn is the Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer at Gazing Performance Systems. Martin has been with Gazing from the beginning, and as a co-founder has combined his knowledge gained from many different corporate roles, to develop Gazing's unique framework of equipping individuals to perform well under pressure. Martin leads the development and implementation of Gazing's strategy both in the UK and globally, and ranges from engaging with key customers and overseeing the development of the global partner business, to ensure the constant innovation of the Gazing approach. Martin's role centres around facilitating individual and executive coaching, and team and senior leadership development programmes with the explicit purpose of helping leaders develop the capability to create and sustain an organisation capable of performing under the highest levels of pressure and stress. His work also encompasses delivering at small seminars as well as being a keynote speaker at conferences extending up to 500 attendees, which introduces the concept of “performing under pressure” in a highly practical way that is built on a straightforward understanding of how humans react under pressure. Martin's commercial experience was gained at Xerox in a range of roles ranging from Commercial Sales and Key Account Management to going on to become the General Manager at Xerox in Canada. Alongside his professional roles, Martin has enjoyed a successful Rugby Union career playing for Coventry and he was also selected for England's student team. Twitter: @gazingtraining LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/gazing-performance-systems Instagram: @gazingtraining Facebook: Gazing Performance Systems Website: https://www.gazing.com Please note, that Emma Doyle's new book, What Makes a Great Coach? is out now: US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B9QPW4GH AUS https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0B9QPW4GH UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0B9QPW4GH
Sky Sports Rugby Analyst Taylah Johnson joins Mornings with Ian Smith to talk Black Ferns squad for the Women's Rugby World Cup now less than a month away from kick off, expectations of the tournament, teams to watch & more
On this matter of the Rugby Union losing $280,000 because they don't have enough women on the board. If you haven't caught up on it, news came through yesterday that Sport NZ has ordered all the sports governing bodies to have at least 40% women on their boards and if they don't, they'll lose funding. NZR is the only organization out of 65 not to have enough women. It has 9 spots on the board, three are women. If they have one more they'll be sweet, but they don't yet. So they've lost money. This is a stupid policy, let me tell you why. Number one- that money was meant for community rugby initiatives including funding women's rugby. So Sport NZ has decided having one more woman sitting at the board table is more important than funding women's rugby. So worst case scenario would be a bunch of female rugby players out there going without whatever it is they need. Because Sport NZ is more worried about getting a nice middle class lady a board position than it is about them. Funny priorities for an organization that exists to fund sports. Not board appointments. Secondly- why does NZR actually need more women on the board? The argument you'll get, which is what we got from the Sports Minister Grant Roberston last night, is that more women equal better quality decisions. Really? Farah Palmer was appointed in 2016, and Dame Patsy Reddy and Rowena Davenport were appointed in April. Have the NZR decisions got better since then? No. That board still makes shocking decisions even with women on the board. They prematurely appointed Ian foster at the end of last year when they shouldn't have. Then they allowed all that drama to play out where NZR refused to publicly back Foster. Then they endorsed him through to the World Cup just before he lost to Argentina massively. And by the way, there are real question marks over whether there is any actual evidence for this received wisdom that more women equals better decision making. Economist Eric Crampton's pointed out that when you actually read the academic studies on this, there is no real evidence. Withholding money from a sports body like this is wrong. And let's understand exactly what Sport NZ wants NZR to do. They want NZR to sack a male board member so a woman can replace him, and if NZR won't, they're publicly blackmailed. What a cool idea. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elliott and Mike react to an opening day defeat against the Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park, engaging the helpful services of Captain Hindsight in the process. Plus, we look ahead to a fixture against Newcastle which takes on extra significance and announce Leicester's best homegrown hooker (for legal reasons, we have to specify this refers to the number 2 shirt on a rugby team).
Heals gets his "Gloves Off" on the NRL concussion system & believes players should cop a larger suspension similar to rugby union after the first week of finals had plenty of head knocks.
SENZ Afternoons host Mark Stafford joined us this morning for another chat across the ditch...Recapping week one of the NRL finalsAustralia's 3-0 series win against the Black CapsLook ahead to the Bledisloe Cup this Thursday
In one of our biggest episodes of the year, we cover no less than 7 major sports with AFL finals front and centre. Can the Brisbane Lions "exorcise their demons" and make a push for that elusive flag?We were also joined by special guest Sam Miller from Wishbet to discuss the first week of the NRL finals and the start of the Spring Carnival with the Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington on Saturday.Stay Hungry!Support the show
The Dropped Kick-Off is back to review the Wallabies loss to the Boks in Sydney and chat the upcoming Bledisloe Cup. This week, Nick and Natho are joined by Super Rugby and Women's Rugby World Cup referee Graham Cooper to discuss what's going on in the world of rugby officiating, how refs are approaching the game, and more! The Hot Topics Wallabies-Springboks recap Referee/Laws discussion with Graham Cooper Bledisloe preview and squad announcement Wallaroos World Cup Preview Sevens World Cup Preview See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elliot and Mike are joined by the Voice of Rugby, Mr Nick Mullins, to chat about the intricacies of narrating the sport's greatest moments and to have a look at how the rest of the league is shaping up ahead of the Premiership season. Plus, we announce the winner of the 1 shirt for the Homegrown Heroes feature and preview the opening fixture against Exeter at Sandy Park.
I loved this chat, what a top bloke Luther is. It was fascinating to chat about the recent press coverage, his experiences of Racism in Rugby, Rugby in general. and having a laugh with Eddie Jones. We laughed a lot in this episode and spoke in depth about some serious issues too. Top player, better bloke. Thanks always Tiny Rebel Brewery, Whitson Prestige, and use code FLAP15 for 15% off at FourFive.com
Special guest Mike Swenson joins Scobes on the Feast to discuss the upcoming NFL season. With diehard Buffalo Bills and Patriots fans behind the mic, the AFC East takes centre stage as the lads discuss who may end up holding the Lombardy Trophy.Still hungry? NRL finals are just a few days away. Can anyone knock over defending premiers and deserved favourites the Penrith Panthers?And finally, Mike and Scobes discuss The Rugby Championship and the local Brisbane competition as they enter the final two weeks of the season.Thank you to our episode sponsor Wishbet.Stay Hungry!00:04:42 - Rugby Union00:14:57 - NRL00:22:28 - NFL00:44:39 - Pubs FullSupport the show
In the second Father's Day special of Real STUFF, Hunter Johnson sits down with retired Rugby Union legend Dean Mumm. Dean's professional sports career included over 100 appearances for the NSW Waratahs, 3 years in the UK playing for Exeter and 56 caps for the Australian Wallabies. Outside of his inspiring sports career and transition into business, Dean opens up about his journey to fatherhood. Dean and his wife Sarah have given birth to six children, four of whom were lost due to preterm birth. Dean provides insight into the strength and resilience required to get through this experience, as well as the joys of fatherhood with his two sons, and his and Sarah's mission to raise funds for research into reducing the prevalence and impact of preterm birth through their charity BorneHMRI. Read more about and support BorneHMRI: https://hmri.org.au/bornehmri
Presented by Palmerbet In this episode of the Fergo and The Freak Rugby League podcast Andrew Ferguson and League Freak talk about reports that came out overnight that the Australian Rugby Union was looking to spend tens of millions of dollars on NRL players with borrowed money. We break it all down, looking at the sporting side of things, as well as the financial side of things. Its hilarious that the morons that run rugby union in Australia think this is how they will stop their game from drying. Go here: https://tipping.nrl.com Click on the “Tipping” link on the left hand side. If you need to register a free account, do it. When youre all set up join out competition by entering our competition code which is: W33TMDE5 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!
1:08 - Dan Lyle Head of AEG Rugby talks the success of the LA 7's through hardships5:25 - USA 7's Captain Abby Gustaitis discusses the Sevens Series Landscape and the future of USA Rugby10:32 - USA 7's Coach Mike Friday relfects on USA Rugby's performance14:34 - Australia 7's Billy Meakes on Australia 7's teams priorities for the Weekend and moving forward16:36 - Ireland 7's Harry McNulty reflects on his experience with 7's rugby18:50 - NFL/USA Rugby player Nate Ebner comments on the importance of the LA 7's and his rugby future22:30 - Maurice Longbottom at LA 7's final
Elliot and Mike return for the long-awaited second season of the Leicester Tigers' Fans' Podcast with the second album curse at the forefront of their minds. We chat over summer club news (signings, contracts, rumours and some, shall we say, unwelcome sponsorships), look at the shape of the Tigers squad and predict our heroes for this year. Also, we introduce the new Homegrown Heroes feature as we look to select the best Tigers XV produced on these fair isles.
Which NRL star could sign with a Rugby Union club for $10million dollars? What's happening with public transport in Sydney? And what was Johnathan Thurston's best Paul Green story from his funeral. Triple M Breakfast Headlines: A look at the front and back page with everything happening in Sydney.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Dropped Kick-Off returns to talk the latest news from the Wallabies, Wallaroos, Sevens and more. With the Boks looming this weekend, Nick, Nick and Natho talk squads, memes, marketing and the cattle. The Hot Topics What happened in Argentina? What are our thoughts on the Boks fixture? What's going on with the Wallaroos? Aussie Sevens: what are we most excited for? Predictions for the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.