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The Sport Collective Podcast 18: Six Nations

The Sport Collective Podcast 18: Six Nations

Jan. 27 | The TSC team and special expert guests will be discussing major sporting events in 2012 with a measure of intelligence, a sprinkling of wit and a hefty dose of nostalgia so please stay tuned throughout the year. Episode Eighteen Description Nick Metcalfe,...

Help for Heroes

Help for Heroes

Dec. 1 | Quinlan enjoyed European success with Munster Irish duo itching to help Twickenham cause Pat McLoughlin @pjmcloughlin A northern hemisphere select side faces their southern counterparts at Twickenham on Saturday in a charity game which is sure to whet...

The Sport Collective Podcast 12

The Sport Collective Podcast 12

Sep. 27 | Every fortnight or so the team will attempt to discuss past and present sporting events, players and coaches from around the world with a measure of intelligence, a sprinkling of wit and a hefty dose of nostalgia. Episode Twelve Description Chris Harris,...

Pacific Storm

Pacific Storm

Sep. 15 | Tuilagi wreaks havoc for Samoa Improving Islanders challenge rugby’s old guard Charles Whitting @CharlesWhit With the Rugby World Cup now upon us, the eyes of the world are turning to the Land of the Long White Cloud. Pubs and clubs have been...

The Sport Collective Podcast 11

The Sport Collective Podcast 11

Sep. 6 | Every fortnight or so the team will attempt to discuss past and present sporting events, players and coaches from around the world with a measure of intelligence, a sprinkling of wit and a hefty dose of nostalgia. Episode Eleven Description Chris Harris,...

Mark of Respect

Mark of Respect

Jul. 20 | Cueto focused on World Cup (Joseph Troth) Sale stalwart eyes World Cup triumph Matt Ogborn @mattogborn Mark Cueto is running out of time. Sale Sharks know that, Martin Johnson knows that and, more importantly, Mark Cueto knows that. Time waits for...

Thursday Night Frights

Thursday Night Frights

May. 12 | Will Maxi and Kenny be all smiles on Sunday? Poisoned chalice awaits Liverpool or Spurs Sean Held seanheld@yahoo.co.uk Whisper it in Portugal, but the Europa League is all but dead. The competition is flat lining, killed off by its elder, wealthier...