Podcast 302 - The Season Eulogy - Green and Gold Rugby

Podcast 302 – The Season Eulogy

Podcast 302 – The Season Eulogy

We’ve got one last podcast in us for the year. After a season characterised by one disaster after another, Rugby Reg, Matt and Hugh come together to talk about the result against England, where the Wallabies go from here, and more.

Warning – occasional mild coarse language

The Five Burning Questions:

1. What the hell did we take away from that loss?
2. Is there any way the Wallabies can turn it around?
3. Is it time to blow up the whole thing and start again?
4. What are the positives from this season?
5. What is there to look forward to over the off season?

  • Nicholas Wasiliev

    On a small producer’s note, I’d like to say thank you to everyone for the continued support of the Green and Gold Rugby Show, and for putting up with some occasionally difficult sound quality (apologies, my bad). While it has been a tough year for rugby in this country, it is always great to know that you guys are so passionate about what we do, and always love discussing the ins-and-outs of rugby. Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday, and we’ll see you in the new year. Hopefully 2019 will be a lot better!

  • Juan_Time

    Great pod guys. Good to have the team back together.
    On looking for positives for 2019, on a player side, the return of AAC, Luke Jones and Campbell Magnay (and potentially Sean McMahon) in addition to the availability of Isi Naisarani and development of Jordan Petaia add to the depth chart in some key positions.
    Re assistant coaches, can someone tell me why the name Les Kiss is never raised. Former leaguie, with experience in Ireland and England – with some as defense coach. Currently head coach in English 2nd div I think.

  • Happyman

    Hi Guys thanks for the Pods over the last year. Sometimes it cannot have been easy as always I and many others appreciate your inputs.

  • Andy

    Thanks guys. I’ve really enjoyed listening to your pod on the way to work. Really good content and great hosts.

    Would be sad if you didn’t continue next year but if this is it thanks very much and all the best.


Die-hard Brumbies/Country Eagles fan now based in Sydney. Author, anthropologist, musician, second rower. Still trying to make sense of the 21st century. Dropped a debut novel last year...

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