The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 19

On the latest Final Hooter podcast Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson take us through the RL world.

We hear from:

  • Warrington boss Tony Smith after victory over Leigh
  • Peta Hiku talks about cutting his Super League experience short
  • We have views from both sides of the Hull KR v Widnes game, including Tim Sheens, James Greenwood and Denis Betts
  • Justin Holbrook talks about St Helens win at Wakefield
  • New Swinton chairman Andy Mazey has our last word with an in depth interview with Dave

We'd like to thank Johnny Lawless, Steve Manning, Angela Powers and Sky Sports for assistance with our audio on this show. 

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 18

Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson return with The Final Hooter.

The pair look back on Wembley and add their heady mix of banter to the show.

In this episode Steve Manning speaks with Wigan boss Shaun Wane, Hull Head Coach Lee Radford and Lance Todd Trophy winner Marc Sneyd.

We welcome Batley Bulldogs chairman Kevin Nicholas to the show and he talks about the recent charity walk he and a hardy bunch of Batley fans took from Headingley to Wembley in addition to the Bulldogs' season.

Dave caught up with Oldham boss Scott Naylor after the Roughyeds first win since the start of July.

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 17

Adrian Jackson returns to the Final Hooter with Dave Parkinson.

The two banter and discuss last week's results.

Steve Manning chats to St Helens Zeb Taia.

There is post game reaction from Denis Betts after Widnes Qualifiers win at Halifax and from Tony Smith after Warrington's 52-24 success over Catalans.

Adrian catches up with Lloyd White and Dave chats with Hull KR skipper Shaun Lunt.

We also hear from Sheffield Eagles boss Mark Aston after his side defeated Swinton in the Championship Shield.

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Love Rugby League Weekly Audio - 11th August 2017

Dave Parkinson hosts Love Rugby League Weekly alongside James Gordon. Our Facebook Live show now has a podcast version for those people that would like to listen to us on the go.

In this episode Dave and James talk through some of the current stories in RL, review Wakefield's win over Leeds and mull over all the weekend fixtures.

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 16

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He is joined in the studio by Radio General Sports Presenter David Birch.

In this episode we hear from Steve Manning talking to Ian Watson of the Salford Red Devils and Shaun Wane of Wigan Warriors following their Challenge Cup Semi-Final tie.

Our presenters talk at length about both Semi-Finals, look back on all the action from the Kingstone Press League One Super Eights and Shield, talk stats, game promotion and Swinton Lions.

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 15

The Loverugbyleague.com podcast returns.

Dave Parkinson hosts the show and looks back over the results from Super League, Championship and League One.

He comments on some of the stories in the media in addition to interviews this week with:

  • Warrington Wolves skipper Chris Hill.
  • Returning second row star Ben Currie.
  • Widnes Vikings second row Tom Olbison.
  • Wakefield Trinity powerhouse David Fifita.
  • London Broncos boss Andrew Henderson.
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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 14

Dave Parkinson hosts, going through all the talking points from last weekend in his round-up.

Steve Manning chats to St Helens head coach Justin Holbrook, Warrington Wolves boss Tony Smith and Wigan's 400 game man Sean O'Loughlin.

Adrian Jackson catches up with Rangi Chase after the half-back agreed a new two year deal with Widnes Vikings.

Dave talks about the career of Danny McGuire and the current plight of Swinton in a packed show.

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 13

Dave returns with this latest episode of The Final Hooter podcast.

Included in this show:

We chat at length to Andrew Henderson of the London Broncos.

Dave speaks to Steve Tyrer of Halifax about reserve rugby league and his career after the centre reached 2000 points last Sunday.

Phil Fearnley was in Perpignan to speak to Catalans Dragons new boss Steve McNamara after the Dragons thrilling win over Leigh Centurions.

Steve Manning catches up with Wigan boss Shaun Wane and Warrington Wolves Kurt Gidley.

After tragedy at Culcheth Eagles, Dave speaks to Leigh Easts Simon Reynolds about Adam Cooper.

 

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 12

The lads are back with their look at what's going on in Rugby League.

Dave chats to Neil Kelly and Gareth Moore of Dewsbury after their win at Oldham. He also caught up with Kyle Amor following Saints comeback win against Salford and chatted to Mike Grady after North Wales Crusaders beat South Wales Ironmen in the Welsh derby.

Adrian caught up with Widnes Vikings Chris Houston following the success against Leigh Centurions.

There is the usual banter from the pair as Adrian asks about the use of a big word and talks computer games and Bradford Bulls.

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The Final Hooter (2017) - Episode 11

The Loverugbyleague podcast returns.

This time out Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson look at the Kingstone Press Championship with special focus on the games between Oldham v Hull Kingston Rovers and Swinton Lions v Batley Bulldogs. 

We hear from Tim Sheens and Shaun Lunt from Hull KR and Dave chats to Batley boss Matt Diskin and second row Brad Day.

Adrian also caught up with new Huddersfield recruit Jordan Turner to talk about returning to the UK, victory over Warrington nd his Australian experience.

The pair also look at League One before then turn to Super League and chat about who is likely to finish in the bottom four and who has already secured their spot in Super League for next year.

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