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The Attacking Scrum is the podcast for Welsh Rugby fans. From 6 Nations to Autumn Internationals, we give you the best reaction, opinion and banter. Every week we cover Wales rugby team, Ospreys, Scarlets, Cardiff Blues and Dragons plus all the latest welsh rugby results. If you're looking for rugby chat about Wales online, make sure you listen to The Attacking Scrum.
 
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After the fun and games of the British and Irish Lions squad announcement, it's back to the Pro 14 Rainbow Cup. But don't let that put you off. Ged has installed a new microphone to talk with Dan and Murph, it's a shame he doesn't know how to use it. Apologies for the rustling sound in the second half. This was lots of fun as we look at Glenn Delan…
 
Well, who saw that coming? Warren Gatland has named his squad for the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa. It's safe to say that no one predicted this squad. Will the boys be able to get over Josh Navidi missing out? Do they think it's a good squad? Who would make the test team if it was played tomorrow? See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
Gatland is set to name his squad for the British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa. So Ged, Dan and Murph make their predictions on the biggest positions. Who will be the highest profile casualty? Will Sexton miss out? Who will be the scrum halves, especially now Ben Youngs has ruled himself out. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Ged, Dan and Murph get together (virtually) to discuss the opening round of the Rainbow Cup. More importantly what the injury to George North means for his season and for the Lions. We look at who is in pole position for the 10 jersey and who South Africa might unearth in the second row. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With our forwards on the 'plane' to South Africa, it's time to choose the backs we'd like to see represent the British & Irish Lions this summer. Is there room for Jonathan Davies? Will George North start as centre? Should Gatland take three proper fly halves? Is Finn Russell one of them? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Time for us to assemble the selection committee for the Lions Tour to South Africa. In Part One, Ged, Dan and Murph select the forwards they'd like to see take on the Springboks. Amongst the biggest issues, is Tadhg Beirne a flanker or second row? Is there room for Tipuric? Does Big Billy get a place on the plane. Remember these are just our opinio…
 
So all four of the Welsh sides crashed out of Europe this week. Ged, Murph and Dan get together to discuss whether it's all doom and gloom, whether the WRU need to dip their hands in their pockets and we also take a stab at picking a Wales team to play this summer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
It's official, Wales win the Six Nations 2021 title. It's all a bit subdued after the loss in Paris but Ged, Murph and Dan review the tournament. Looking at the players who stood out, the potential Lions contenders and which teams played the best rugby. Elsewhere we preview the European Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup ties that take place …
 
Well, the Grand Slam was not to be. Wales lost at the last in a thrilling Six Nations clash in Paris. Ged, Dan and Murph get together to talk about but can't really face it! What next for the Welsh? Is this going to be the stepping stone to a new era or will there be lots of rebuilding to be done? Just how good a game of rugby was that? Could the W…
 
Wales ease past Italy in Rome, so things are getting very exciting. On this week's show, Ged, Murph and Dan look at how the Welsh can get the Grand Slam in Paris. They also look at potential changes for the final round of the Six Nations. And for no reason talk about boxing from the 80s! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Another busy week in Welsh rugby. Ged is joined by The Mighty Murph discuss the Cardiff renaming, although Murph doesn't want to talk about it. Elsewhere, the Dragons beat the Ospreys and Ged really wants to talk about it. Alun Wyn Jones is linked with a move to Japan. Plus we preview the Italy v Wales Six Nations clash next week. Gareth Davies fro…
 
Wales put 40 (forty) points on England in the Six Nations to win the Triple Crown. Is the Grand Slam on? Did Pascal Gauzere cost England the game or was it down to Wales' game management. How much credit does Pivac deserve for getting them to this point. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https:/…
 
Could the Jaguares be joining the Pro14? We caught up with Steff Thomas to see if this could happen. Plus after a week of pretty dismal games in the league, we discuss what could be done to make it better. We also look ahead to the Wales v England game and see what are the prospects of a Welsh Triple Crown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
Wales are two from two in this year's Six Nations. Who saw that coming? Is it time to get excited about a title or impossible to say until we play against 15 men? To debate this and the biggest issues of the week, Ged is joined by Murph, Dan and Rugby World's Alan Dymock. They look at Wales' win over Scotland, England victory over Italy and Ireland…
 
Well the Six Nations is underway and Wales got a win. But it was far from impressive, limping past a 14 man Ireland. Ged, Dan and Murph get stuck into your questions and look to find answers. As long as your answers include a strange story about Lady Di's funeral. Elsewhere Scotland blow England away at Twickenham and France get off to a flier in R…
 
The Six Nations is almost upon us and to celebrate, Ged, Dan and Murph are part of the same podcast for the very first time. Will it be like Tipuric and Warburton or more like Laurel and Hardy? The lads look at the potential winners of the Six Nations, how they rate Wales’ chances and look at bolters for the British and Irish Lions tour. If there i…
 
After a week without rugby Ged and Murph are back to look at the big stories coming out of Wales. Cardiff Blues made it back to back wins over Scarlets on Friday night in Llanelli. But should Arhip have seen red? Elsewhere, the Ospreys fine performances continue with an impressive win in Galway against Connacht. Rhys Webb was man of the match, shou…
 
There may have been no rugby in Wales this weekend but no shortage of things to talk about. Ged is joined by The Mighty Murph to chat about the Six Nations, the prospect of the Lions tour taking place over here and some of the latest transfer rumours from within Welsh rugby. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your han…
 
A very special episode for you this week as we’re joined by Scarlets chairman Simon Muderack to talk about managing a region through COVID19, recruiting the best talent and whether there should be a loan system in Welsh rugby. Ged is also joined by Steff Thomas to look back at an exciting weekend of rugby as Ospreys beat the Dragons in Newport and …
 
Did the festive derbies not satisfy your rugby urges? Step this way for some strong opinions and forthright analysis of Wales’ rugby regions. New year but same old problems for Welsh rugby. Boring games, lack of intensity and a massive absence of the international stars. Will the new Rainbow Cup inject some excitement? Will the Lions tour go ahead?…
 
Ospreys and Worcester played out a cracker at Sixways with the Welsh side getting the victory. Ged is joined by an overjoyed Iestyn to take a look at what it means for their season. Meanwhile the Dragons were on the end of a heavy defeat in Bordeaux. Scarlets and Cardiff Blues were handed victories due to COVID19 postponements. The Attacking Scrum …
 
Ged is joined by Iestyn George to look back at an eventful week in rugby. From the huge news of the lawsuits that former players will be pursuing to the opening weekend of action in the Heineken Cup. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https://socoffeetrades.co.uk/ See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
Wales get a much needed win against Italy but it wasn't without its scares. Ged and Dan take your questions and try to find out if we're any closer to knowing who should play 9 and 10. Which players from outside the squad should get a look in? Who is likely to line up in the Welsh jersey when the Six Nations arrives. The Attacking Scrum podcast is …
 
It's never fun when Wales lose to England but we're here to help you through it! What now for Wales? Are there reasons to be optimistic? Are we any clearer on who should play at 9? Are there more questions than answers? The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https://socoffeetrades.co.uk/ See acast.co…
 
It might not have been pretty but a much needed win for Wales against Georgia in the Autumn Nations Cup. But what did we learn ahead of the stiffer test against England which will follow in Llanelli. Once again, Ged and Dan hand the show over to the listeners and dedicate the entire episode to their questions. Do we know our best 9? Could Ollie Gri…
 
Things go from bad to worse for Wales fans. A heavy defeat to Ireland in their opening Autumn Nations Cup game has put more and more pressure on head coach Wayne Pivac. Ged and Dan hand the show over to the listeners, to try and find some answers. Will Wales really lose to Georgia? What happens if England beat the Welsh heavily? Is it time to drop …
 
You can always rely on Welsh rugby to throw some shock announcements at you. This week Ged and Dan dissect the breaking news that Byron Hayward will no longer be Wales' defence coach. Just days before the Autumn Nations Cup begins with a trip to Dublin as Wales take on Ireland. What does this mean for Wayne Pivac? Is time running out already? Can G…
 
A shocker of a performance from Wales as they lose a dire game in Llanelli against Scotland in the last round of the Six Nations. Ged and Dan try to figure out where it's all gone wrong. Does the blame lie with Wayne Pivac? Will making changes have any impact. What does this mean for the Autumn Nations Cup. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored …
 
After Wales lose to France, Ged and Dan look at where it all went wrong. Should Wayne Pivac ring the changes for the game against Scotland? Are the coaches up to it? Are we being too impatient? We also take a quick round up of the Pro14 weekend including wins for the Ospreys in Swansea, the Scarlets in Italy and another battering for the Dragons aw…
 
Loads of rugby news to talk about this week. Wales head to Paris to take on France, so Ged and Dan select their side. Elsewhere, there's debate over the call ups of James Davies and some early chat about who could play 10 for the British and Irish Lions. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https:/…
 
Ged is joined by Dan to chat through another eventful week of Welsh rugby news. We've had plenty of action in the Pro 14 with wins for the Dragons and Cardiff Blues and disappointments for Scarlets and Ospreys. We also look at Wayne Pivac's Wales squad for the Six Nations finale and Autumn Nations Cup. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO…
 
Ged is joined by Steff Thomas to look back at an intriguing opening weekend of Pro 14. Encouraging signs for Ospreys fans but can they cope when the internationals are away? Scarlets let a lead slip but Halfpenny excels even by his standards. Cardiff Blues overcome a clear red card to win but Dragons can't get close to Leinster in Dublin. Elsewhere…
 
Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to preview the European quarters featuring the Dragons away to Bristol and the Scarlets trip to Toulon. We also look at the decision to move Wales' games off free-to-air television for this autumn, as the Autumn Nations Cup is confirmed to be broadcast on Amazon Prime. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO C…
 
Just how good is Louis Rees-Zammit? Is it definitely a bad thing that Amazon Prime could be showing the rugby? Can anyone explain to us how next season's Heineken Champions Cup is going to work? All these questions answered, or at least rambled about on this week's podcast with Ged and Iestyn. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
Dan returns to join Ged and discuss the Welsh derbies. Which players stood out? What can we expect from Dragons and Scarlets in the European Challenge Cup quarter finals? Does Steff Evans deserve a recall for Wales and what next for the Springboks and South African rugby? The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands …
 
Pro 14 rugby returns to our screens, so Ged and Iestyn are here to give you their take on the Welsh derbies. How much can we read into these games? Should Dragons fans be excited or frustrated? What about Steff Evans' hair! Plus all the other news from elsewhere in Welsh rugby. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your …
 
Time for some rugby. It may be weird resuming a rugby season in the middle of August, but we've got some Welsh derbies to preview! Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to look ahead to Scarlets v Cardiff Blues and Ospreys v Dragons. As well as looking at the games, we'll be assessing the squads, gauging their strengths and weaknesses as well as examinin…
 
As professional rugby in Wales gets closer to a return, Ged is joined to chat all things Welsh rugby by Iestyn. We look at the signing of Jamie Roberts, are the fans of other regions right to be upset? We also look back at Nick Williams' fine career and speculate about what might be next. Plus we start to preview the Pro 14 games that are around th…
 
Dan Killick makes a welcome return to chat rugby this week. We cover the Welsh Rugby Union's current predicament, the Six Nations rescheduling and some of the reasons the regions could have to be cheerful amidst all this chaos. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https://socoffeetrades.co.uk/ See …
 
Dragons winger Ashton Hewitt joins the show to talk about his fight against racism and speaking up about injustice on social media. From the abuse he's received on Twitter to helping educate people on race. We also get a chance to talk rugby and he explains why he's so excited about getting to pull on the Dragons jersey again and his ambition to pl…
 
There may have been no rugby in Wales but it's been an eventful week nonetheless. Ged is joined by Iestyn George to talk about the prospect of the Lions touring South Africa and making a new documentary to accompany it. Elsewhere, could Jamie Roberts be joining the Dragons? Also, can we expect Six Nations rugby to stay free to air, can't we sacrifi…
 
Ged is joined by The Guardian's Paul Rees to see what rugby in a post-COVID19 world might look like. Will a global calendar get off the ground? Could a British & Irish League happen? Will we even see any crowds at rugby this year? Paul helps us look at all of this and much more too. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get …
 
In the final series of Dream XV, Ben Ryan joins Ged to pick his team. From playing with Nottingham and getting beaten up on the bus, to coaching Fiji to Olympic gold in 2016, Ben selects his sides on some of the great characters he's played with, coached and been on the receiving end of. Thanks to everyone who took part in the series, the podcast w…
 
Is it ever too early to start talking about the Lions? This week Ged is joined by rugby writer Craig Muncey to chat about his British & Irish themed Dream XV. Picked from the players he's seen in his lifetime, spanning the tours of 1983 to 2017. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https://socoffee…
 
This week Ged is joined by rugby commentator and writer Sam Roberts. Despite growing up in England, Sam is a big Welsh rugby fan and has seen many greats of the sport either from the commentary booth, the press box or the terraces at Goldington Road. He takes a trawl down rugby memory lane as he picks his Dream XV. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sp…
 
This time it's the turn of former Wales and Llanelli scrum half Rupert Moon to choose his Dream XV. He talks us through some of the talents and cult heroes that he shared a pitch with as part of a Scarlets side that enjoyed great success on the rugby field in the 1990s. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on…
 
This week former Wales and Llanelli lock Phil Davies joins Ged to pick his Dream XV. With experience ranging from Namibia to Cardiff Blues, Leeds to Scarlets, Phil decided to choose only rugby players he'd played with or coached. An interesting line up and some great stories from the good old days. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Top rugby writer Charlie Morgan joins get to pick his Dream XV. A mixture of cult heroes, hipster picks and out and out superstars! Charlie is a great student of rugby and as well as being a journalist he is still a massive rugby fan. The Attacking Scrum podcast is sponsored by SO Coffee Trades, get your hands on some at https://socoffeetrades.co.u…
 
This week we welcome an absolute Welsh rugby legend to The Attacking Scrum. Former Wales, British Lions, Gloucester and Ospreys fly half James Hook joined us to pick his Dream XV. There's no room for any Welshman but there's lots and lots of fun and Hooky picks his favourite rugby players to form a side. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
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