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Best Green And Gold Rugby podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Green And Gold Rugby podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Podcast channel for THE Aussie Rugby Website: Green and Gold Rugby. We produce three podcasts - the Green and Gold Rugby Show, the Rugby Report Card and The Dropped Kick-Off. The Report Card takes no prisoners as they analyse the weekend's games, while the G&GR Show breaks down the burning questions in Australian rugby. The Dropped Kick-Off sits down with folks in the know, covering left-field and relevant topics around the game in Australia.
 
My name is Graeme Forbes and I run The Dead Ball Area, a website and Youtube channel dedicated to Rugby Analysis. During the global lockdown I decided to make a short series podcast discussing what changes to the game people would like to see made. The podcasts will be released Sundays and Wednesdays throughout May 2020.
 
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Head to our Twitter page if you need to consult the GAGR hotline after this episode.Where the hell to begin? Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh finally sit down to chat about the last month of Australian rugby and, no holes barred, try to pick through where our game goes from here, if anywhere.The Three Brutally Honest Questions:1. What’s been the single cra…
 
In this episode of Rugby Reimagined i speak to Reg Roberts from the Australian Rugby Site Green and Gold Rugby. We discuss reversing the advent of Professional Rugby, why Union should never have head hunted League players and a Reg poses a brilliant law change when we touch on what would happen if we changed the Penalty goal kick.…
 
In this episode of Rugby Reimagined we look at things from the POV of the man in the middle when I talk to Keith Lewis from https://www.rugbyreferee.net Keith is an active referee who has reffed at the top level of the English game and is currently working as a Premiership TMO. He set up Rugby Referee.net to help other referees develop and obtain t…
 
Yep, they’ve given us another crack.The Dropped Kick-Off is back for the first time in 2020, here to talk about all the left-field and fun topics in rugby.With the game on hiatus, we decided to kick off the year with an old-fashioned Q&A, throwing it out to the Twitter-Sphere and asking for questions, thoughts, hot-takes and opinions.For our first …
 
Our new retro series continues yet again on the Green and Gold Rugby Show. This week, Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh sit down with to talk about the famous Hong Kong Clutch, when the Wallabies finally broke their losing record in 2010 against the All Blacks with a clutch win after the siren. The lads were lucky enough to sit down with Wallaby and Brumbie…
 
Our new retro series continues on the Green and Gold Rugby Show. This week, Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh sit down with to talk about the 2000 Wallabies victory in Wellington against the All Blacks, complete with a famous kick from John Eales to win the match. The lads were lucky enough to sit down with the Wallaby prop of that game, Fletcher Dyson, and…
 
Times are tough, but when the going get's tough, the tough return with a new series of classic podcasts analysing the greatest rugby performances of the last twenty years.Stay safe and get comfortable, the Green and Gold Rugby Show is back with a vengeance, and to kick off this new series Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh start with the 2000 Tri-Nations ope…
 
The Dropped Kick-Off returns for our final episode of the year, and we've got a beauty to bring our rugby coverage to a close for 2019.This week, Nick was joined by Wallaby great Richard Tombs to discuss his rugby career, what rugby means to him, his transition out of the game, how the community got behind him after his spinal injury, and why rugby…
 
With the Springboks winning the World Cup and the 2019 season coming to a close, the Green and Gold Rugby Show returns for our final podcast of the year (pending a potential Wallaby coach announcement). Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh sit down to review the season that was, and look ahead with optimism to what lies ahead in 2020.The Five Burning Questions…
 
The Wallabies may be out, but the World Cup coverage continues on.The Green and Gold Rugby Show is back, and this week Matt, Hugh and Pfitzy sit down to dissect the semi-final games and look ahead to the big dance between the Poms and the Saffas.Warning - occasional coarse languageThe Four Burning Questions1. England vs South Africa - what are our …
 
The battle for the Toast Rack is upon us!The Dropped Kick-Off is back for another week, and it’s time to cover the grand final match of 2019 National Rugby Championship!In our final podcast covering the NRC, Nick W sits down with Brett McKay once again to talk semis, give our thoughts on the grand final clash between the Force and Vikings, and talk…
 
The wild ride is over for the Wallabies, as they crashed out 40-16 against the old enemy in the World Cup.With the Cheika era over and our World Cup dream finished for another four years, this marks what is going to be a significant episode of the Green and Gold Rugby Show. This week, Rugby Reg makes his return, and sits down with Matt and Hugh to …
 
The Dropped Kick-Off is back for it’s third podcast covering the 2019 NRC.With the regular season over and Semi-Finals ahead of us, Nick W and Brett sat down to discuss the burning topics leading into the business end of the season.The NRC Podcast Agenda:1. Was that the closest regular season of NRC we’ve had?2. The NSW NRC Teams – pass or fail for…
 
It's quarter-finals time!For our second podcast of the week, Hugh sits down with JB and Tim from The Eggchasers to dissect the upcoming World Cup quarter final match between the Wallabies and England, where the game will be won and lost, and who is set to stand out from both sides.By Green And Gold Rugby
 
The Pool stages are over, and quarterfinals are upon us.The first of a few special podcasts this week, Matt and Hugh were joined by Waratah and Wallaby legend Richard Tombs to talk about the best games of the pool stages, where the Wallabies are currently placed, and what bodes ahead for the upcoming quarter final clash with England.The Five Burnin…
 
Oh, by the way, did you know that the NRC is still on?!We've got you covered for this comp too. Producer Nick W returns for the latest episode of the Dropped Kick-Off, and chats with the busiest man in Australian sport, Brett McKay, about the last fortnight of National Rugby Championship, and predict who will be left standing in the battle for the …
 
It was a heartbreaker as the Wallabies went down to Wales, and Matt, Hugh and Pfitzy had plenty to cover as they sat down to review week two of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, covering the Wallabies loss, selection headaches, and the many upsets that have already occurred.Warning - occasional coarse languageRugby World Cup Week Two Agenda:1. What single …
 
The preparation is over, the umming and ahhhing, chopping and changing, the hooting and hollaring, whatever you wanna call it, it's over... it's Rugby World Cup time.In the first of our special GAGR podcasts covering the World Cup, Matt, Hugh and podcast debutant Nick Pfitzner delve into the Wallabies victory over Fiji, what we need to do for the m…
 
It's finally here!The original team is back in Matt, Hugh and Rugby Reg to preview the 2019 Rugby World Cup. It's the best game in world's biggest tournament, there ain't much else to say.Warning - occasional coarse languageThe Five Burning Questions: 1. How will we go at the World Cup?2. Who will win it?3. Which underdog will surprise?4. Which big…
 
Get ready, there's a lot of podcasts coming your way!Kicking us off, The Dropped Kick-Off returns and will be covering all things NRC this year. For our first NRC-focussed pod, Nick W sat down with rugby encyclopedia Brett McKay to for an in depth discussion on the first three rounds of the National Rugby Championship, including rule change reviews…
 
The Dropped Kick-Off is back for another week, and this time Nick W sat down with Wallaroos coach Dwayne Nestor to talk about the Japan and NZ series, the growth of Women's Rugby, how the Super W and Uni Sevens is helping to build depth, and the long game he is playing to turn the Wallaroos into a powerhouse of Women's rugby.…
 
Squads out!The Green and Gold Rugby Show is back for another week, and with the Bledisloe II result, the Wallabies Rugby World Cup Squad announcement and the launch of the NRC, there was a lot to cover this week.Hugh takes the reins as host of the show this week to cover the squads and silverware up for grabs around all these competitions, and was …
 
Well that was awesome. The Green and Gold Rugby Show is back, as Matt, Hugh and Jamie dissect one of the greatest rugby nights in recent memory, as the Wallabies dealt a record demolition of the All Blacks. Warning: Occasional Coarse LanguageThe Five Burning Questions:1. What was our favourite moment from that win?2. Which player surprised you the …
 
Rugby Reg and Matt are back for another episode of the Green and Gold Rugby Show, and this week we were joined by one and only Sean Maloney as our third panellist to discuss the Wallabies progress in 2019 and their win over the Pumas, and what needs to happen going into their upcoming matches against the All Blacks.This pod also comes with a shout …
 
The Dropped Kick-Off is back for another week, and this time Nick W sat down with Western Sydney Two Blues coach Joel Rivers to talk about the Kolia Cup, looking after players, and some of the unique challenges he's faced this season, both on and off the field. Image Credit: OCPAA Overseas Chinese Photographers Australia Association Inc / Two Blues…
 
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