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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Ged is joined by Murph to look back on another tumultuous weekend for Welsh rugby. As Wales surrender a 21 point lead to Australia, Wayne Pivac is heading for the exit door. We look at what (recent guest) Warren Gatland can expect if he returns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Ged is joined by the author of Rugby's Greatest Mavericks, Luke Upton to discuss his new book and debate what makes a maverick so special. We'll hear about some of the great characters featured in the book including Non Evans, David Campese, Ray Gravell, Waisale Serevi and of course Dai Bishop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform…
 
Ged is joined by Dan and Murph to look back over Wales win over Argentina. Is Toby Faletau the best 8 of his generation? What does this win mean for Wales' Rugby World Cup hopes? Elsewhere, another cracker in Paris as France beat South Africa. Scotland suffer another near miss against New Zealand. And Killick is in good company in hospitality behin…
 
Ged is joined by Steffan Thomas to review Wales' disappointing opener to the All Black. Is this Wayne Pivac's fault or do the problems run deeper than that? Elsewhere, are Ireland contenders for RWC 2023 or can anyone stop France? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
65% of Welsh clubs vote for an independent chairman, but this is 10% short of the 75% needed. Just how bonkers is Welsh rugby politics? Ged is joined by Steff Thomas to look at the state of the game in Wales and beyond. From concussions to player wages to the democratic mandate...or lack of it. Elsewhere, the Dragons pick up another win, whilst Car…
 
Ged and Murph get stuck into the biggest stories from Welsh rugby this week. Rhys Priestland makes the Wales squad and serves up a vintage performance for Cardiff. Fellow call up Rio Dyer shone for the Dragons in their win over the Ospreys. But what is going wrong at the Scarlets? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Ged and Dan are back together for the first time in three years to speculate on what the crisis in English club rugby could mean for the Welsh regions. We also look ahead to Wayne Pivac's squad selection, look back on the wins for Cardiff and the Scarlets and a draw for the Ospreys. Plus a quick peak to our exclusive interview with Warren Gatland (…
 
Former Ospreys' hooker Scott Otten talks openly about his mental health struggles after finishing playing rugby. Injury forced Scott to retire aged 26 and after a period where business kept him busy he hit some dark days. Thankfully Scott was in a much better place when we spoke to him but he shared his experience with us. If you feel you're strugg…
 
Ged is joined by Murph and top journalist Steffan Thomas to look back at the week in Welsh rugby. A superb win for the Ospreys, late despair for the Dragons and woe for Scarlets and Cardiff. What next for the regions though? With more financial uncertainty ahead, what is the WRU doing to fix the latest crisis? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy…
 
Just Ged this week, and it's just as well because the Dragons have only gone and beaten Munster! Despite the turmoil this week and speculation surrounding Dean Ryan, the Men of Gwent got their first home win for 400 games (sic.) Elsewhere Cardiff, Ospreys and Scarlets all lost but could two Welsh sides be joining the English Premiership? Hosted on …
 
Wales make history in Bloemfontein by beating the Springboks in their own back yard, for the first time ever! So, we've dragged Dan Killick back onto the show to look back at where the game was won. What this means for Wayne Pivac and what will happen next week. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Wales ran South Africa close in Pretoria, but came up just short in the end. Ged and Murph look back at a fascinating game of rugby and see what it means for Wales. Is Pivac now safe? What will the Sprinboks do next week. Plus our thoughts on the Dragons rebrand and remembering the great Phil Bennett. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more…
 
Ged is joined by top journalist Steffan Thomas to look back at this week's rugby. A full bloodied West Wales derby sees the Ospreys beat the Scarlets. Whilst an improved Cardiff side slide to their 5th loss on the spin. Elsewhere the Dragons shot themselves in the foot again by losing to Zebre. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform…
 
Ged and Murph are both nursing hangovers but have no shortage of stuff to talk about, both on and off the pitch. Dai Young wanted a reaction from his Cardiff players and he got one for half an hour, before the Scarlets blew them away. Elsewhere the Dragons came up just short against Gloucester and we pay tribute to Tom Smith. Hosted on Acast. See a…
 
Wales ran France close but should we be taking the positives or bemoaning the lack of chances? Elsewhere, England lost a man after 80 seconds and Ireland ran out winners in a thriller at Twickenham. Where does this leave Eddie Jones ahead of a clash with France. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Wales take on France in Cardiff and the boys preview the game and pick their side. Elsewhere Cardiff were brushed aside in Belfast, the Scarlets clicked against Glasgow, Ospreys beat Zebre and we look at the Dragons' new signings. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Wales run England close despite being 17 points down but are we getting better or did they just take their foot off the gas. Ged and Dan get together to talk about the fallout from the Six Nations loss, and Murph gets stuck into the referee. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
It's England v Wales week and tensions are running high, so Ged, Iestyn and Murph decide to do a quiz to take their minds off the match. Who better to host it than Matthew Jones, author of the Six Nations Rugby Quiz book. Matthew also stays with us to preview the big match. Who do Wales pick in the centres? Does Toby Faletau come straight back in? …
 
Wales bounce back from their first round defeat to Ireland with a win over Scotland. Ged, Dan and Murph look at whether it is papering over the cracks or can we go to Twickenham and beat England? We also round up the other games from the Six Nations and see who should be Wales' long term hooker. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor…
 
Wales took a hiding from Ireland but have the deep rooted problems in Welsh rugby finally shown themselves. Ged, Dan and Murph look back at the defeat in the Six Nations opener and decide if things are really that bad or we're just blowing things out of context. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Time for the Six Nations preview issues. Ged and Dan choose their winners and losers for the tournament. Can Wales realistically mount a challenge or will they surrender their crown. Elsewhere we review and epic with for Cardiff over Leinster and a gutsy victory for Ospreys against Edinburgh. Plus the shocking tackle on Scarlets' Tom Rogers and the…
 
After getting a tweet about how negative we were on last week's show, Ged and Dan make a promise to try and find the positives. After the Welsh teams were dumped out of Europe, they might have chosen a tough week to do it! We look back on Scarlets v Bristol, Sale v Ospreys as well as reviewing the Wales squad for the upcoming Six Nations. Hosted on…
 
A bumper show this week! The boys look back at four loses from four for the Welsh regions but it wasn't all bad. Ged previews Scarlets v Bristol with Pete from Bears Beyond the Gate Podcast. And they lads select their Wales squad of the upcoming Six Nations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Ged and Murph are back together to look at a hideous weekend for Cardiff and Ospreys. Also to discuss the rumours that Rhys Patchell may be heading to Bath and look at what the future holds for Toby Faletau ahead of the Six Nations. And will Wales end up playing their home games in England? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informatio…
 
All the Welsh sides in action lost this weekend but Ged, Murph and Iestyn find themselves in surprisingly good spirits. The Cardiff game just seemed to reignite a spark in all of us. So how do we make sure it isn't a one-off and the Welsh teams can get rugby fans back through the doors for good. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor…
 
With COVID19 once again dominating the rugby news, Ged, Murph and Dan have a look at what it will mean for the rest of the season. The lads also look for some light relief in the most unlikely of places, the Rothmans Rugby Yearbook 1995-96. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
After the highs of the Autumn Nations Series, it's back to earth with a bump. Ged and Murph take a sideways look at this week's news from the world of Welsh rugby. Including eligibility law changes, the postponement of the Cardiff and Scarlets games and asking why do storms have names? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Welsh rugby hero Jamie Roberts and top broadcaster Ross Harries join Ged to talk about Jamie's career, Warren Gatland's man-management style, the 60-Cap rule and the Stone Roses second album. Centre Stage by Jamie Roberts and Ross Harries is out now. The Attacking Scrum is sponsored by So Coffee Trades, get yours at www.socoffeetrades.co.uk Hosted …
 
As Wales conclude their Autumn Nations Series with a win over Australia, Ged and Murph try to find out just how good Wales are. Are they building in the right direction ahead of Rugby World Cup 2023 or can they only beat 14 men? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Wales get another win against a 14 man side but not before Fiji give them an almighty scare. But next week's opponents Australia didn't impress either. So where can the Welsh get the edge over the Wallabies? And where are Wayne Pivac's men, two years out from the Rugby World Cup. The Attacking Scrum is sponsored by So Coffee Trades. Get great quali…
 
After Wales come close against South Africa, Ged, Dan and Iestyn look back at the performance. What went wrong at the scrum, the improvement at the lineout and the heroics of Ellis Jenkins. They also pick their side to face Fiji next week in the Autumn Nations Series. The Attacking Scrum is sponsored by So Coffee Trades, get your awesome coffee at …
 
Wales were comfortably beaten by the All Blacks in Cardiff, so Ged, Dan and Murph get together to have a moan about selection, refereeing and to see if they can do better next week in the Autumn Internationals fixture against South Africa. The Attacking Scrum is sponsored by So Coffee Trades, get great quality coffee now at www.socoffeetrades.co.uk…
 
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