Posted by loverugbyleague on April 20, 2011
Dave Parkinson and Adrian Jackson return with the best Rugby League Podcast on the internet.
Like last week the pair are joined by a special guest. Rising Rugby League Match Official Warren Turley dropped in for a chat.
The lads had a look at last week in the NRL, reviewed last weekend's action in Championship and Championship One and talked at length about the past weekend in Super League.
Warren answered lots of questions and by the end of the podcast you'll know how far a rugby league official runs in a game, Warren's appointments over the Easter period, the momentum rule and lots more.
We also have your points to discuss and we look ahead to the busiest time in the RL calendar.
If you would like to have a point raised list it on the loverugbyleague.com forum, place it on our facebook wall or tweet Dave @DParkyRL on Twitter.
Most of all, enjoy the show and get involved!
Posted by loverugbyleague on April 14, 2011
Dave and Adrian are joined by special guest Steve Manning, BARLA Open-age Chair, Press Officer and Freelance Journalist in this bumper episode of Talking Points.
They look back on the NRL, Championship One, Northern Rail Cup and Super League.
Steve then answers our questions about Summer and Winter rugby with the amateur game on the cusp of history after the National Conference clubs voted 28-10 to switch seasons.
Martin Overton looks at the BARLA National Cup Semi-Final game between Sharlston Rovers and Queens and Simon Reynolds discusses the impact the big summer decision could have on open age and junior rugby.
The lads also discuss your points. Did your thoughts make it through to the show?
Would you like to get involved? Let us know your thoughts courtesy of the Love Rugby League facebook page or via Dave's Twitter feed; @DParkyRL.
Posted by loverugbyleague on April 9, 2011
Dave Parkinson and Adrian Jackson return with their look at the world of Rugby League.
The recent Super League Licence decision favoured Widnes - Adrian was on hand to get reaction while Gavin Wilson was the man on the ground in Halifax.
We look at results in the NRL, Championship One, Championship and Super League and talk about the BARLA National Cup Quarter Final between Wigan St Patricks and Leigh East.
Dave discusses the big stories of the week including a possible return to Wembley for international games, the Super League team of the month and Featherstone Rovers hopes for the future and we go through plenty of your thoughts in Fan Points.
Next week we'll be discussing the amateur game and the big debate between summer and winter rugby.
Posted by loverugbyleague on April 1, 2011
In Episode 13 Dave and Adrian discuss results on both sides of the world and several fan views, talk about media coverage of the game both locally and nationally, and chat about the workload being placed on many amateur players in the National Conference League as the season hurtles towards the finish line.