‘In the Bin’ Rugby Pod – Season 1, Episode 18

Limerick , Ireland - 26 December 2017; Jordan Larmour of Leinster in action against Andrew Conway of Munster during the Guinness PRO14 Round 11 match between Munster and Leinster at Thomond Park in Limerick. (Photo By Brendan Moran/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

We’ve treated ourselves to a festive week off, but due to popular demand (and the fact we have nothing better to do), we are back with the first ‘In the Bin’ rugby pod of 2018!

There were two rounds played in our absence – including a rugby-classic at Kingsholm – as we hit the halfway point of the season. We’re ready to dive into the action ‘like a prop at an all you can eat buffet’.

Big Story Roundup

We’ll chat about England’s training squad meet/holiday in Brighton, as Eddie hones his squad ahead of the 6 nations.

The team warm up during the England training session at Brighton College on January 2, 2018 in Brighton, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Premiership and Pro14 – mid-season reports

Then on to the moment the rugby world has been waiting for; our mid-season report cards.

  • So much glorious rugby action has occurred since the season started, but who has over and under achieved?
  • We will discuss who has been ‘as high as an Australian rugby player’ and who has been as poor ‘as James Haskell’s banter’.
  • Andy and Paddy breakdown team-by-team their performance, strengths and weaknesses

‘In the Bin’ Rugby Pod regular features

Count on hearing our usual features, with our favourite festive try, Christmassy hit and ever popular (and rather tasty at this time of year) Bin Juice.

Paddy returned to winning ways in the last predictions round, and looks to repeat the trick for the upcoming weekend’s action.


Listen to last week’s show here.

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