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The Welsh Rugby Podcast
Join the Wales Online team every week as they preview the big international games, plus action from the Guinness PRO14 with one eye on the rest of the sport around the world.With current and former players making an appearance too, it'll be the must listen podcast for the 15-man game.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 181 ratings
This podcast has lost it’s way
Hugely disappointing podacast which hardly suggests that it has its finger on the pulse of Welsh rugby. This pod begins with a rebroadcast of an interview with Hadleigh Parkes. Not only was it a repeat but the topic was the Six Nations of two seasons ago! Then there was an interview with Callum...Read full review »
Malŵ via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/07/21
Encore! Gem of a podcast
There aren’t enough Wales-focused rugby podcasts, so this one is rare gem. Too many rugby podcasts try hard to be funny and don’t get into enough detail about the actual rugby. This podcast gets into loads of detail and lifts the lid on the game in Wales.
James Thomas Llundain via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/12/21
An entertaining and insightful podcast. If you want the lowdown on Welsh rugby, would highly recommend
DougtTh via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/02/21
Recent Episodes
Ben James is joined by Simon Thomas to discuss the latest crisis talks in Welsh rugby, the first three rounds of the Rainbow Cup, the regions' business for next season and any potential new faces Wayne Pivac could look at for this summer's tour.
Published 05/25/21
Ben James is joined by Alex Spink and Megan Wellens of the Daily Mirror, Michael Scully of the Irish Mirror and Gordon Parks of the Daily Record to react to the announcement of Warren Gatland's 37-man British and Irish Lions squad to tour South Africa this summer
Published 05/06/21
Ben James is joined by Wales stars Hadleigh Parkes and Callum Sheedy for a special look at how Wales went from a terrible 2020 to 2021 Six Nations champions, with insight to what it was like in camp and how the new coaching staff have gone.
Published 04/06/21
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