Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast

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Synopsis

Get all the latest news on Welsh rugby from the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. With exclusive access to the Wales set-up, the Principality Welsh Rugby Union Podcast covers the wide world of Welsh rugby from international level down to the very grass roots; and all points in between.

Episodes

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 05, 2021.

    04/02/2021 Duration: 22min

    We look ahead to the opening Six Nations game against Ireland with Wales coach Wayne Pivac and former centre Hadleigh Parkes, while Wales U20 coach Gareth Williams talks about avoiding a lost generation because of Covid.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 04, 2021.

    28/01/2021 Duration: 24min

    We hear at length from one of the up-and-coming Welsh coaches – and his international journey – on this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Former Cardiff and Glamorgan Wanderers player Scott Sneddon is currently coaching in Hong Kong, but about to return to the UK and he has been part of the WRU’s coaching development pathway.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 03, 2021.

    21/01/2021 Duration: 23min

    Wales coach Wayne Pivac explains the thinking behind the Wales squad for the Six Nations. We also hear from returning back rower Dan Lydiate on why he thinks he’s in the best form of his life, Dai Young on his return to Cardiff Blues as interim director of rugby along with up-and-coming prop Corey Domachowski.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 02, 2021.

    14/01/2021 Duration: 21min

    We focus on Wales women, an international heading for the Ospreys next season and one of the rising stars in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to Wales Women’s captain Siwan Lillicrap after their first get-together of the year, Ospreys coach Toby Booth on the 60-cap rule and Dragons centre Aneurin Owen.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 01, 2021.

    07/01/2021 Duration: 18min

    We hear from Wales internationals at all four regions before the final round of the festive derbies on this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We speak to Jonathan Davies at the Scarlets, Aaron Wainwright at the Dragons, Sam Cross at the Ospreys and Lloyd Williams at the Blues.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast Review Of 2020.

    29/12/2020 Duration: 26min

    We find some positives to review in 2020, it provided the chance to shine a light on various areas within the WRU which don’t normally get much attention. One of those is what an interesting, varied and busy bunch the Wales rugby women are, as well as a chance to go in depth on some of the work behind the scenes in the WRU this year.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 52, 2020

    22/12/2020 Duration: 23min

    A special on the Welsh derbies in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast, looking ahead to this year’s games and back at some classics. We speak to Premier Sport pundits Tom Shanklin and Shane Willliams – who are the players to look out for, what are their most memorable derby games and much more, from style of play to style of haircuts.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 51, 2020

    17/12/2020 Duration: 23min

    A special this week, hearing at length from record-breaking referee Nigel Owens on the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast - 100 international caps as a referee, then retiring from the highest level. So how did he get into refereeing, what are the highlights of his long career – and what next?

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 50, 2020

    10/12/2020 Duration: 20min

    We talk about Covid bubbles, racism, Autumn Nations Cup reaction and a new coaching appointment on this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from Wales coach Wayne Pivac and players Tomas Francis and Gareth Davies, Dragons wing Ashton Hewitt on his anti-racism campaigning and new Wales Women’s coach intern Sophie Spence.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 49, 2020

    03/12/2020 Duration: 20min

    The end of the Autumn Nations Cup this weekend on the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Wales coach Wayne Pivac explains his thinking ahead of the game against Italy, while Wales’s Jersey Boys talk about their rise to international level.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 48, 2020

    26/11/2020 Duration: 21min

    We look ahead to Wales England at Parc y Scarlets with head coach Wayne Pivac, scrum half Lloyd Williams and flanker James Botham, as well as hearing about life in quarantine for the Dragons.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 47, 2020

    19/11/2020 Duration: 28min

    A chance to meet the new Wales Women coaching team in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Former USA Women’s Sevens assistant coach Warren Abrahams is the full-time Wales Women head coach, and 67-times capped former Wales captain and North Wales academy coach Rachel Taylor has been appointed as full-time Wales Women National Skills Coach. We also find out about some of the surprising connections in the team coach Wayne Pivac has picked to face Georgia.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 46,2020

    11/11/2020 Duration: 27min

    A chance to hear at length from new interim Group Chief Executive of the Welsh Rugby Union Steve Phillips. What are the chances of crowds being allowed into the Six Nations, how will Welsh rugby cope in the current situation – and what was it like playing with a young Shane Williams. We also hear from Wales coach Wayne Pivac, while flanker Shane Lewis-Hughes talks about what he’s learning from training with Alan Wyn Jones.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 45,2020

    05/11/2020 Duration: 19min

    In this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast we reflect on the narrow defeat to Scotland with Blues scrum half Lloyd Williams and Scarlets prop Wyn Jones. We also hear from Tyler Morgan, the 2015 Rugby World Cup star making his comeback from injury and illness at the Scarlets.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 44,2020

    29/10/2020 Duration: 24min

    The best build up to the visit of Scotland in the Six Nations this weekend, on the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear at length from Wales coach Wayne Pivac on his thinking, as well as paying tribute to 70s Wales rugby legend JJ Williams. We also hear from Gareth Davies, Owen Watkin and Sam Parry.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 43,2020

    22/10/2020 Duration: 27min

    International rugby is back – we hear from the Wales men’s and women’s camps on this week’s Welsh Rugby Union podcast. Wales coach Wayne Pivac, forwards Cory Hill and Justin Tipuric discuss the match and the different preparation. We also get the chance to hear at length from the new man in charge of Wales Women, Darren Edwards.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 42,2020

    15/10/2020 Duration: 25min

    We hear from both Wales Men and Women as they launch the new Macron team kit, in this week’s Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. Jonathan Davies describes his return from a potentially career-threatening injury, while Ross Moriarty describes life inside the Wales team bio-bubble. Wales Women’s captain Siwan Lillicrap and second row Gwen Crabb also look ahead to resuming their Six Nations campaign.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 41, 2020

    08/10/2020 Duration: 21min

    A special focus on the Wales squad for the Autumn internationals this week on the Welsh Rugby Union Podcast. We hear from coach Wayne Pivac in detail about his thinking, as well as one player included – Scarlets scrum half Kieran Hardy – and one player left out – Dragons outside half Sam Davies.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 40, 2020

    01/10/2020 Duration: 18min

    We hear from Wales internationals at all four regions, as the new Guinness Pro14 season kicks off this weekend We hear from Jake Ball at the Scarlets, Owen Watkin at the Ospreys, Josh Adams at the Blues and Rhodri Williams at the Dragons about their approaches to these games and potentially the Wales internationals following.

  • Welsh Rugby Union Podcast 39, 2020

    24/09/2020 Duration: 21min

    We hear from Wales Women’s international Alecs Donovan on a range of subjects. She is preparing for the re-arranged Six Nations game against Scotland, while also helping out in a great new partnership between the WRU and School of Hard Knocks to help members of the rugby community back into work if they have lost their job because of the Coronavirus crisis. And so much more . . .

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