Archive for April 2015

Dave Parkinson (@DParkyRL) is joined by supremo James Gordon in the studio. The pair chat about their good, bad and ugly of rugby league and speak candidly about the announcement of Lance Hohaia retiring at St Helens and Eorl Crabtree signing a new deal at Huddersfield.

The pair look at some of the highlights of the last couple of weeks of rugby league action in Super League, Kingstone Press Championship and League One and also look back on the Challenge Cup and look ahead to the next round.

We hear from Adrian Jackson as he chatted to Wigan boss Shaun Wane in the wake of the Warriors 30-20 defeat of Warrington ande he also caught up with Widnes youngster Matt Whitley following the Vikings 16-34 defeat at St Helens.

Our road to Wembley took us back to Wrexham where Adrian talked with North Wales Crusades boss Anthony Murray and discussed the game with Featherstone Rovers head coach Andy Hay while Dave caught up with Wakefield's James Webster and found out a little more about goings on at York City Knights from James Ford.

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Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson return with their look at Rugby League.They look back over three rounds of Super League, three rounds of Championship, two rounds of League One and the Semi-Finals of the Ipro Sports Cup. Rugby League Street returns and our pair look at the good, bad and ugly of Rugby League. 

Adrian chatted to Daryl Powell following Castleford Tigers Easter Monday win over Warrington; Steve Manning caught up with Lee Radford after Hull's win at St Helens and we hear from Tony Smith (Warrington) and James Webster (Wakefield) after the highest scoring Super League defeat of the season.
We also hear from Wigan's Ryan Sutton and Joshua Chapman chats with Paul March following Keighley's opening win of the League One season.

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On the latest Final Hooter podcast Dave (twitter: @DParkyRL) and Adrian (twitter: @adrian_jackson1) talk about their good, bad and ugly of rugby league, we hear from Keiron Cunningham post St Helens 32-24 win over Warrington and also hear from Iestyn Harris as his side hit the upper echelons of Super League with a 36-8 defeat of Widnes.

The lads look back on the Challenge Cup fourth round with special mentions for Leigh Miners Rangers and Adrian spoke with North Wales Crusaders coach Anthony Murray and try scoring winger Rob Massam. We also hear from Paul Cooke and look back over the latest couple of rounds in the Championship.

At a time of year when many of Super Leagues coaches bemoan the schedule we also hear the thoughts of Leigh's Paul Rowley ahead of the Easter period. There's also the guys usual mix of banter. 

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