Posted by loverugbyleague on March 29, 2017
Dave Parkinson is joined by Loverugbyleague.com supremo James Gordon for the show. The pair discuss the last couple of rounds of Super League and look at the results in the Championship.
Our guest list this episode includes Toronto boss Paul Rowley after his sides 48-21 success over Keighley Cougars, Salford boss Ian Watson and fullback Gareth O'Brien after their Widnes success, St Helens scrum half Matty Smith who made a successful return from injury against Warrington and from the previous round of Super League we hear from Leigh Centurions skipper Micky Higham.
Thanks go to Steve Manning and Adrian Jackson for their work on the interviews.
Posted by loverugbyleague on March 15, 2017
Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson are back talking about the Greatest Game. We start the show by previewing Round Four of the Challenge Cup and chat to Haydock captain Jordan Gibson who tells us about how cup fever has gripped the club and his hopes for the cup game against Oldham.
The pair look over the opening couple of rounds in League One and talk about the Kingstone Press Championship. Focus then switches to Super League and we hear from Castleford scrum-half Luke Gale and Wigan stand-off George Williams. We also hear from Leigh boss Neil Jukes, Wigan's Shaun Wane courtesy of Steve Manning and there are the thoughts of Tiger boss Daryl Powell after the latest Castleford success.
Posted by loverugbyleague on March 1, 2017
Hosts Adrian Jackson and Dave Parkinson return for their third show of the new season.
It's a varied show this one with audio across the RFL spectrum.
Our main focus in this edition is League One. We hear from James Coyle (Hunslet), Harry Tyson-Wilson (York City Knights, new Keighley Cougars boss Craig Lingard, Lee Greenwood (Gloucestershire All Golds), Paul Crarey (Barrow Raiders) and Mike Grady (North Wales Crusaders).
Dave also chatted to Dewsbury boss Glenn Morrison about the Rams start to the season and we hear from Keiron Cunningham (St Helens), Neil Jukes (Leigh) and Daryl Powell (Castleford).
Adrian and Dave also look ahead to the next round of the Challenge Cup.