Posted in Championships, Super League on Aug 19th, 2015
Adrian Jackson is joined by Dave Parkinson as the boys bring their roughest cut podcast for some time. With Dave packing the paracetamols and Adrian packing his flip flops for holiday the boys got lost in nostalgia, looking back at the 1989-90 Rugby League season. They discuss also the Super 8s and touch base with the Qualifiers.
We have big match reaction from Warrington's 17-16 loss at Castleford with bosses Tony Smith and Daryl Powell while interim Salford coach Ian Watson and Leigh Head coach Paul Rowley gave their views after Salfords dominant 46-18 Qualifiers win against the Centurions.
Adrian chatted with Widnes new man from down under Charly Runciman and there is also an interesting interview with Sheffield Eagles supremo Mark Aston.
We were set to bring an interview from League One but unfortunately the recording didn't come out as expected. (My apologies for this - Dave)
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Dave Parkinson is joined in the studio by Radio General Rugby League commentator and Warrington aficionado Dave Birch for his Final Hooter debut.
With Adrian Jackson still missing, Dave P went and tracked him down in a pub following the recent Rugby League Founders walk. We hear from Nigel Wood about the thinking behind the event while Dave, Dave and Adrian give their opinions on the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Semi Finals. Reaction comes from former Leeds player Francis Cummins, former Hull KR man Chev Walker. We hear from Rovers Chris Chester and Rhinos Brian McDermott and Adrian also hunted down player reaction from "Top of the props" Adam Cuthbertson and Rovers point scoring supremo Josh Mantellato.
We also discuss the Super Eights, Qualifiers and Championship Shield as the season gets down to the business end and hear from Tim Sheens (Salford Red Devils), Richard Marshall (Halifax), Paul Rowley (Leigh Centurions) and we finish with an insightful interview with Andrew Henderson as he discusses his role and the season at London Broncos.
Dave Birch also has the final say on Warrington's new signing Chris Sandow.
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