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  • C’mon England!
    On this week’s podcast, Dave Woods meets members of England’s World Cup squad at their training base in Wigan. Old hands Ryan Hall and Tommy Makinson join newer faces Matty Lees, Marc Sneyd, Andy Ackers and the ‘Australian Yorkshireman’ Victor Radley to look ahead to the tournament. They discuss the pride they felt when Shaun Wane called to inform them they were in the squad and their excitement as they look ahead to the potentially pivotal clash against a very impressive Samoan side which kicks things off on Saturday 15th October. Timecodes: 01:00 Journalist Steve Mascord and former Wigan scribe Phil Wilkinson discuss England’s chances. 05:50 Phil says he’s excited to see Shaun Wane in charge of an international team. 07:10 St Helens duo Tommy Makinson and Matty Lees say they’ve enjoyed their Grand Final success, but now they’re purely focused on England. 10:30 They discuss facing Samoa in their first game and potentially the chance to play a Samoan-filled Penrith Panthers in the World Club Challenge in 2023. 12:00 Record England try-scorer Ryan Hall says he’s really proud to be a part of another international squad. 14:30 He reflects on how close England were to winning the World Cup in 2017. 16:25 Salford’s Marc Sneyd and Andy Ackers admit they were both very surprised and emotional when they heard they’d been selected. 19:10 They discuss the very nervous speeches they both had to give in front of their new international team mates. 22:00 Victor Radley explains his decision to pledge his allegiance to England rather than Australia. 23:10 He talks about his Yorkshire roots and how his dad, a Sheffield Wednesday fan is looking forward to watching England play at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane! 27:10 Finally, England team manager Colin Maskell reveals his role and how a 40-year friendship with Shaun Wane got him the job.
  • The World Cup and beyond
    On this week’s podcast Dave Woods speaks to Sam Tomkins, the England Men’s captain, following the announcement that all 61 matches at this year’s World Cup will be broadcast live on the BBC. Plus, following IMG’s presentation to the clubs and the media of their ‘reimagining rugby league’ strategy, we hear from Matt Dwyer vice-president of sports management at IMG, the chairman of the RFL Simon Johnson and journalist Steve Mascord on the proposals to change the game from next season and beyond.
  • The Grand Finale
    On this week’s podcast Alistair Bruce-Ball, Dave Woods and Kyle Amor, and a whole host of guests, preview the 25th Super League Grand Final. We hear from St Helens’ flying winger Tommy Makinson, Leeds’ prop forward Mikolaj Oledzki, Rhinos assistant Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Courtney Winfield-Hill, who was part of the successful Leeds Women team who won their Grand Final last week and Jason Robinson, who played and won with Wigan in the first Super League Grand Final back in 1998. 02:40 Kyle explains what ‘Grand Final week’ is like. 05:30 Jamie Jones-Buchanan talks about Leeds’ revival under Rohan Smith. 10:00 And how he tried and failed to replicate the spirit of the ‘golden generation’. 15:55 Tommy Makinson praises the impact of Saints departing head coach Kristian Woolf. 18:25 And how they’re not talking about winning four titles in a row, but just playing this game. 24:55 Mikolaj Oledzki says Leeds’ success is down to getting the enjoyment back. 27:10 He talks about his upbringing in Poland and his route in to professional rugby league. 35:05 Leeds’ Women won their Grand Final last week and Courtney Winfield-Hill discusses their success. 38:40 She explains how her cricketing career helps her game and looks forward to representing England in the World Cup. 45:40 Jason Robinson reminisces about the first Super League Grand Final in 1998. 49:00 And his excitement around the upcoming World Cup. 51:00 Finally, Dave and Kyle describe their favourite Grand Final moments.
  • We’re 80 minutes away!
    Dave Woods is joined on this week’s podcast by former England stand-off Kevin Brown and Salford Red Devils head coach Paul Rowley, whose side are one game away from the Super League Grand Final. They reflect on last week’s exciting elimination play-offs and this weeks mouth-watering semi-finals. Plus, there’s the departure of Wakefield’s Willie Poching, the appointment of Tony Smith at Hull FC and the impeccable respect shown by the sport following the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Sam Burgess Special
    On this week’s podcast Dave Woods is joined by a legend of both the English and Australian game, Sam Burgess, who, following his retirement, is now a rugby league coach in Australia. He talks about his own upcoming Grand Final and his interest in coaching in Super League and with England. Sam reflects on the disappointment he suffered in both the 2013 and 2017 World Cups and looks ahead to England’s chances this time around. In Australia, he’s a huge star and he discusses the difficulties which have come with that and his legendary appearance on SAS: Who Dares Wins. TIMECODES: 02:00 Sam is now coaching in Australia and has guided his team to a Grand Final in his first year. 06:30 He suggests he’d be really interested in taking up a coaching opportunity in Super League. 07:25 After a more than a decade down under, Sam hates the fact he’s now got something of an Aussie accent. 09:20 Sam talks about the challenge that England face in the World Cup, but feels they can be successful. 11:10 He reminisces about his two World Cup campaigns in 2013 and 2017. 18:00 Due to injury, retirement came early, so how has he reconciled that? 20:40 In Australia, Sam is a huge star, and he talks of the difficulties which come with that. 23:00 Sam took part in Australia’s version of SAS: Who Dares Wins and was the only contestant to escape. 27:00 However, reality TV is not something he wants take part in going forward. 31:30 Ahead of the World Cup, Sam is returning to the UK to go on a speaking tour with Jamie Peacock and Adrian Morley. 33:00 He says Morley was the trailblazer down under for him and others to follow. 36:45 He suggests the Australian public are excited about the World Cup and promos are all over TV. 39:00 Ahead of his own Grand Final he says he’s proud of his achievement over the last 12 months.

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