Adrian Jackson (Twitter: adrian_jackson1) and Dave Parkinson (Twitter: dparkyrl) are back for more fun and frolics in their latest Final Hooter Show.
The boys look back over the last two rounds of Super League and Kingstone Press Championship and we hear from Wigan boss Shaun Wane and Widnes assistant coach Mick Cassidy as they spoke with Steve Manning.
Also included is a look at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup where Widnes West Bank Bears proud charge came to an end at the hands of North Wales Crusaders. Adrian had a chat with Crusaders boss Anthony Murray, while Leigh Miners Rangers became the amateur games only North West representative remaining in the cup following an exciting win over West Hull. Dave caught up with Miners Rangers joint coach Paul Whitworth.
The pair also discuss the good, bad and ugly of rugby league, look at the Ipro Sports Cup and we hear from Leigh Centurions boss Paul Rowley as Leigh extended their winning run in the Championship with a big win against Featherstone; and Kieran, Rob, Drew and Chris discuss Rugby League down South.
Read Full Post »
Posted in Championships, Super League on Mar 4th, 2015
Adrian and Dave return for Episode 3 of the Final Hooter for
discusses the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Rugby League and reveals his pastry
needs; while our hosts talk World Club Series, First Utility Super League,
Kingstone Press Championship and IPro Sports Cup.
We hear the thoughts of Rugby League Street about the World Club
series and Kieran, Chris, Drew and Rob caught up with Gareth Hock after the
forward was unveiled by Leigh Centurions.
We also hear from Shaun Wane in aftermath of Wigan’s World Club loss to Brisbane, Keiron Cunningham
after his side bounced back from their mauling at the hands of the South Sydney
Rabbitohs to defeat Castleford Tigers. Adrian
chatted to St George Illawarra prop George Rose who revealed his love for the
English game and Dave caught up with Halifax
boss Richard Marshall following their narrow Round Two loss at home to Leigh.
Read Full Post »