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A Wales Six Nations squad always whets the rugby appetite, hear all the thinking in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Coach Wayne Pivac explains the reasons behind his selections, WRU group chief executive explains the importance of crowds at the home games. We also talk to two of the professional Wales Women, scrum half Ffion Lewis and centre…
 
An historic and emotional day for Wales Women with 12 players receiving professional contracts – in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from WRU performance director Nigel Walker, head coach Ioan Cunningham and captain Siwan Lillicrap. We also speak to WRU head of sevens Richie Pugh about the men’s team returning to the World Series this…
 
Difficult situations lead to interesting interviews in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Find out why both Cardiff’s Dai Young and Ospreys’ Toby Booth think this is the most difficult period of their lengthy coaching careers. We also speak to forwards James Botham at Cardiff, on his lucky escape from South African quarantine, and Will Griffith…
 
One match, four human stories in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. The two teams emerging from South African quarantine face off at the Arms Park, we hear from Cardiff rugby’s Dai Young and Josh Turnbull, as well as Dwayne Peel and Johnny McNicholl from the Scarlets.Door Welsh Rugby Union
 
A chance to hear from inside and outside the Covid quarantine situations which hit the Scarlets and Cardiff Rugby – and see how they have been coping with adversity. We hear from Dai Flanagan and Ryan Elias at the Scarlets, Seb Davies and Theo Cabango at Cardiff. Also former Wales prop Aaron Jarvis talks about his decision to retire and go into coa…
 
“We are not robots” says Wales and Lions wing Josh Adams, a chance to hear at length about the human side in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We also hear from Ellis Jenkins and Theo Cabango as Cardiff prepare to take on European Champions Toulouse in the oddest of circumstances, plus Bridgend and Newport in the Indigo Group Premiership.…
 
We round up the Autumn Series internationals with Wayne Pivac, Johnny McNicholl and Aaron Wainwright, as well as Wales Women’s coach Ioan Cunningham. We also find out more about the development of wheelchair rugby in Wales and the Indigo Premiership prospects for RGC and Cardiff RFC.Door Welsh Rugby Union
 
Wales coach Wayne Pivac discusses his options for the Australia match in the Week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Nick Tompkins describes switching to start the Fiji game minutes before kick off, Wales Women captain Siwan Lillicrap, scrum half Keira Bevan and backs coach Richard Whiffin describe their progress and we also hear about top level wheelcha…
 
We hear from the men’s and women’s Wales camps in this week’s Welsh rugby Union Podcast. Wales coach Wayne Pivac explains his thinking while we also hear from Ellis Jenkins, Kieran Hardy and Bradley Roberts. Wales women’s coach Ioan Cunningham also explains his thinking, while we hear also from Alisha Butchers, Cerys Hale, Caitlin Lewis, Jazz Joyce…
 
A momentous and historic week for the Women’s game in Wales – hear all about it in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union podcast. We speak to WRU performance director, Wales Women captain Siwan Lillicrap and coach Ioan Cunningham about the decision to offer professional contracts to the players building up to next year’s World Cup. We also hear from Wales …
 
We look ahead to Wales against the All Blacks – and back to Wales Women against the Black Ferns – in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coach Wayne Pivac as well as key forwards Wyn Jones, Tomas Francis and Adam Beard, looking ahead to this weekend’s game against New Zealand. We also hear from coach Ioan Cunningham and captain Siwa…
 
What’s it like being called up for the Lions tour, growing up in Tonga, or helping Wales Women bounce back this Autumn, we find out in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to Adam Beard about his remarkable 12 months, Sione Kalamafoni about his remarkable background, along with Siwan Lillicrap and Geraint Lewis about how Wales Women can …
 
It’s a walk down memory lane this week, 50 years after Wales launched the Golden Era of the Seventies with a Grand Slam in 1971. We speak to flanker John Taylor, one of the key players, including the comparison with this season’s Six Nations when Wales again went to Paris for the final game chasing a Grand Slam.…
 
We look forward to the climactic Third Test for the British and Irish Lions in South Africa with Wales hooker Ken Owens and Lions coach Warren Gatland. We also speak to former Ebbw Vale and Dragons full back Carl Meyer, who’s now based in New Orleans, about the development of rugby in America. The comparison between Ebbw Vale and New Orleans is wor…
 
We look forward at the second Test between Wales and Argentina in Cardiff, as well as back at the Wales U20 Six Nations campaign. We hear from Wales coach Wayne Pivac, defence coach Gethin Jenkins, front rowers Elliot Dee and Gareth Thomas, along with centre Nick Tomkins. We also speak to Wales U20 coach Ioan Cunningham, as well as players Alex Man…
 
We reflect on the win over Canada and look forward to Argentina in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his thinking, we hear about all the players in the squad who go way back with outside half Callum Sheedy, scrum half Kieran Hardy back in the starting line-up and second row Will Rowlands on his step up in responsibil…
 
A chance to find out more about some of the players who are Welsh rugby’s future, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his selection against Canada and we talk to prop Dillon Lewis and wing Tom Rogers. U20s forwards coach Rhys Thomas talks about their campaign and we find out more about lock James Fender and scrum ha…
 
A Welsh Olympian, rugby at the heart of the community and the Under 20s player who was man of the match after 790 days without a game, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union podcast.We speak to Jaz Joyce, heading to her second Olympics in the Rugby Sevens, hear about a community rugby scheme in Cardiff and also focus on the Wales U20s, including flanker …
 
A complete Six Nations tournament in Cardiff kicks off this weekend, with Wales hosting the Under 20s Championships. We hear all about the Wales squad and from the two players who chose rugby over football. Ahead of the Wales summer internationals we hear why versatility helped Cardiff centre Ben Thomas gain his first senior Wales call-up.…
 
The sounds of people back at rugby clubs, training, having fun, looking forward in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We visit Llantwit Fardre RFC to hear about the whole range of rugby being played there. We also talk to two Welsh referees heading off to the Olympics, Adam Jones and Craig Evans.…
 
A focus on Mental Health Awareness Week and one of the rising stars of Welsh rugby, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear about the mental health contribution Welshpool RFC are making to their community and also the latest developments for former Wales U20 lock Jac Price.Door Welsh Rugby Union
 
WRU Chief Executive Steve Phillips on Friday night Six Nations, plans for Wales Women, the relationship with the regions and more in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We’ll also hear from Wales Women at the end of their Six Nations campaign, including second row Teleri Wyn Davies on the inspiration she got from her father – and she now hopes t…
 
As the Six Nations draws to a close, a special focus on the Women’s game in Wales this week on the Welsh Rugby Union podcast.It’s an anniversary this week of the sad accident that first paralysed Bryan ‘Yogi’ Davies in what was due to be his retirement game for Bala in 2007. Six years later it cost him his life, but he remains an inspiration at the…
 
Three Welshmen in the British and Irish Lions coaching team, we hear from all three and head coach Warren Gatland on his first selections. Defence coach Steve Tandy tells his story of going round the world from the Ospreys to the Lions, forwards coach Robin McBryde on how his time for Wales groomed him for this role and kicking coach Neil Jenkins e…
 
Wales coach Wayne Pivac and captain Alun Wyn Jones on their Six Nations success, Wales Women’s captain Siwan Lillicrap on their Six Nations campaign. And the chance to hear at length from two of the top men in charge of Welsh rugby, WRU chief executive Steve Phillips and chairman Rob Butcher.Door Welsh Rugby Union
 
Reflections on Paris from Alun Wyn Jones and Josh Navidi, as well as WRU chairman Rob Butcher and chief executive Steve Phillips. We also hear about the Wales Women’s Six Nations squad from coach Warren Abrahams and captain Siwan Lillicrap. Finally we look at the end of the Pro14 season.Door Welsh Rugby Union
 
Wales go for the Grand Slam in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coaches Wayne Pivac and Jonathan Humphries along with players Adam Beard, Wyn Jones and Callum Sheedy. So what has been behind the change in results for Wales from 2020 to 2021 – and how would Sheedy feel about a last minute kick to clinch a Grand Slam.…
 
Wales head to Italy as Triple Crown champions and looking to defend their 100 per cent record in the Six Nations so far. Coach Wayne Pivac explains his team selection, we hear from Jonathan Davies on the challenges at 12, Gareth Davies on returning to the starting line-up and Tomas Francis on the task of maintaining his perfect record against Italy…
 
Wales backs coach Stephen Jones on completing the Triple Crown against England, while prop Rhodri Jones reveals it’s his first ever victory against the men in White. And a trip down memory lane, but also a chance to find out what you could do with any rugby memorabilia, whether it’s in your attic or your clubhouse wall.…
 
Wales coach Wayne Pivac explains the selection to face England for the Triple Crown. George North becomes the youngest player to reach 100 international caps, so has he had a chance to reflect this week? Forwards coach Jonathan Humphries on improvements up front and flanker Justin Tipuric on who’s hardest to tackle.…
 
Wales attack coach Stephen Jones discusses the state of the squad as they prepare to face England for the Triple Crown. Also centre Owen Watkin reveals how the squad are keeping themselves entertained in lockdown, as well as talking about ‘that’ tackle. While Wales Women scrum half Jade Knight reveals the sacrifices she’s had to make in the last ye…
 
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