The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 24 - Four Nations Pubcast 4

Dave returns from holiday to discuss the international game with Adrian. They talk Iceland, Workington, London, Scotland, New Zealand, Australia and England s the boys go on their drinks ban.

Adrian chats to Kallum Watkins in the aftermath of the Australia defeat and ahead of the Four Nations Final at Anfield Steve Manning chats with Cooper Cronk (Australia) and Jessie Bromwich (New Zealand). He also catches up with Head coaches Mal Meninga and David Kidwell.

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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 23 - Four Nations Pubcast 3

The 4 Nations reached Coventry for a double header and Adrian and Dave reached the pub to decide if it was a success! We hear from Warrington duo Chris Hill and Matty Russell as well as Wayne Bennett and Steve McCormack from the first game. From the 2nd game involving Australia and New Zealand we caught up with Jordan Rapana alongside both coaches and captains.

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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 22 - Four Nations Pubcast 2

Dave and Adrian are back at the pub enjoying another pint and a chinwag about the greatest game.

The pair discuss the international action from last weekend and there is a plethora of other voices. We hear from Steve McCormack, Ryan Brierley, Cooper Cronk, Mal Meninga, David Kidwell, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Sam Burgess whilst there is a fascinating insight into a post game press conference with Wayne Bennett.
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 21 - Four Nations Pubcast 1

To take us to the end of the season Adrian and Dave have taken the show on the road - well to a pub near you!

Here the guys discuss the end to the domestic season, introduce the forthcoming internationals.

We hear from Lachlan Coote, Steve McCormack, Ray French, Wayne Bennett,Liam Farrell, Adam Blair, Mal Meninga and Greg Inglis.

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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 20

Dave and Adrian are back with Adrian giving some dodgy facts about the 1996 season (Oldham's ground this year was Watersheddings; Bramley, Prescot Panthers, Chorley and Carlise  were all in the second division) and even this year (Leeds finished SL in 9th spot, not 12th - sorry Rhinos fans).

The pair banter and look back on what they saw were the crucial stories of the last fortnight. There is audio from Leigh Centurions boss Neil Jukes, speaking of the club's elevation to Super League, Wigan Head Coach Shaun Wane following an exciting win at Warrington while Adrian chatted with St Helens prop Alex Walmsley following a hard fought win at Widnes for his team.
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 19

With Adrian freshly back from holiday,  Dave takes the reigns and after a dodgy start it gets better!

In this edition of the Final Hooter the boys talk Wembley, we hear from Lee Radford and Tony Smith. Steve Manning chats with Warrington young gun Declan Patton, Dave joins the press pack in the aftermath of Leigh's win at Hull KR. There's audio from a happy Leigh boss Neil Jukes and the boys talk about the rest of the action from the entire Super Eights.
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 18

Dave Parkinson is joined by Dave Birch for the latest podcast. We hear from Coventry Bears boss Tom Tsang after a historic victory. There is also audio from James Webster (Hull KR) and Ian Watson (Salford) speaking after the pivotal Qualifiers game between the two sides.

We also hear from Leigh boss Neil Jukes after the Centurions latest win at Featherstone and Tony Smith after Warrington's last gasp win over Castleford. Our hosts run through the competitions and look forward to the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final between the Wolves and Warrington.
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 17

Adrian Jackson returns with Dave Parkinson to discuss the goings on in Rugby League. Our hosts banter away discussing the talking points and we get the players perspective from Joe Westerman (Warrington) and Kyle Amor (St Helens).

We also hear from Hull head coach Lee Radford, courtesy of Radio Yorkshire and Matthew Horton, while Steve Manning chats to Wigan boss Shaun Wane following the Warriors 60-12 success over Wakefield and St Helens supremo Kieron Cunningham after Saints 20-18 success at Warrington. 
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 16

Dave Parkinson hosts a jam packed Final Hooter.

He talks about the final two rounds of Super League and Championship, reflecting on just who made the Super Eights and the Qualifiers and looks at the Challenge Cup Semi Final ties.

Ian Watson speaks with Adrian Jackson after Salford's recent win over Widnes.

Dave chats to London Broncos Andrew Henderson, Leigh Centurions Neil Jukes and Micky Higham, Wakefield boss Chris Chester and new Huddersfield head coach Rick Stone at the launch of the Eights fixtures while Steve Manning caught up with St Helens Alex Walmsley after the Saints crashed into the top four at the final round. He also speaks to Hull's Lee Radford, Warrington's Tony Smith and Wigan boss Shaun Wane ahead of the Challenge Cup Semi Finals.
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The Final Hooter (2016) Episode 15

Dave and Adrian look back over the last couple of weeks in Rugby League.

In this edition:

Chris Stott chats to Leigh Centurions Martyn Ridyard after Leigh grabbed their third successive Championship Shield with victory over Halifax. (Thanks to Leigh Centurions TV).

Joe Rawson chatted to Castleford Tigers Head Coach Daryl Powell after the Tigers surprise signing of Rangi Chase. (Our thanks to Radio Yorkshire).

Steve Manning checks in with Frank-Paul Nuuausala after his arrival in the UK to take up a contract with Wigan.

Steve also spoke with Widnes Denis Betts and St Helens Kieron Cunningham for their reflections on the Round 21 clash at Langtree Park.

Adrian caught up with Hull KR assistant boss Willie Poching and young star Joe Wardill as the 12 man Robins fought back to claim a 16-all draw with Warrington in Round 20. 
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