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Attacking Scrum - Wales Rugby Podcast for Welsh Rugby fans
Attacking Scrum
Wales Rugby Podcast for Welsh Rugby fans
The Attacking Scrum is the podcast for Welsh Rugby fans. From 6 Nations to Autumn Internationals, we give you the best reaction, opinion and banter. Every week we cover Wales rugby team, Ospreys, Scarlets, Cardiff Blues and Dragons plus all the latest welsh rugby results. If you're looking for rugby chat about Wales online, make sure you listen to The Attacking Scrum.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 123 ratings
@AttackingScrum John Hartson did not go to Ystalyfera. He went to Gwyr. Ystalyfera have produced more players than just Tavis Knoyle. Both Brew brothers, Lyn Jones, Derwyn Jones and Kristian Phillips. RMW and Kieran Williams both Yst products. Poor research/knowledge.
Dai F via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/04/21
Absolutely superb listen and still, in my humble opinion, the best rugby podcast. Makes me miss sitting in my local club chatting endlessly about rugby over a pint. Keep up the good work guys! Diolch 👍🏼
Longdog78 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/26/21
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Personally, best rugby pod out there!
Welsh_Italian via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/16/21
Recent Episodes
We've been off for two weeks but they've been busy in the world of Welsh rugby! Ged is joined by Dan and Murph to preview the British & Irish Lions game against Japan. The lads also look at the restructure of the Pro14 to become the United Rugby Championship. Why is no one talking more about...
Published 06/24/21
It's been another odd week as we edge closer to the Lions tour but Ged and Murph find plenty of fun from this week's world of Welsh Rugby. And baseball for that matter. We look at the final stages of the Pro 14 Rainbow Cup. Talk about the nonsense that is the captain's challenge. And crucially...
Published 06/07/21
Ged is channelling his inner Cilla and reuniting Murph with Iestyn. Along the way there's plenty of drinking, reminiscing, a bit of swearing and even some rugby chat.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 06/01/21
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