Ep. 10: Embarrassin’ Saracens and Unbelievable Ulster

The one week we took off from the pod happened to be full to the brim of controversy, drama and – easily forgotten in the midst of it all – some really high-quality rugby!

As always, we break it down for you, this week looking at Ulster’s brilliant showing in Edinburgh, how Wasps broke down Exeter in Devon, and how good Gloucester look with Cipriani at the helm.

But, most excitingly of all, we look ahead to the weekend’s Heineken Cup fixtures, which prove to be a pair of crackers.

Enjoy!

Ep. 9: Dropped Balls, Diving, and Dangerous Tackles – A Heineken Cup Bonanza

In this week’s podcast, Paddy, Connor, James, and Chris pick apart the weekend’s bonanza of Heineken Cup rugby! We bring you in-depth tactical reviews of each match, discussion of Tadhg Beirne’s bad behaviour, That Dropped Ball from Jacob Stockdale, Owen Farrell’s Saracens absence and much, much more!

Analysis: Joey Carbery’s Play Shows the Benefits of a Creative Full-Back

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In the wake of Ireland’s disappointing defeat to Wales midway through the recent Six Nations championship, much was written about Ireland’s over-reliance on Johnny Sexton as the side’s sole playmaker. When Sexton was on the field, the opinion pieces went, they were too reliant upon him; when he was off it, the side looked lost for ideas.

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