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The Red V Podcast

Jack Clifton

The Red V podcast is a fan-run, St George Illawarra podcast. Each week we will preview/review Dragons results, chat to current and former players, hear from fans and share our obsession with the greatest Rugby League team the world has ever see, the St George Illawarra Dragons!


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Latest Episodes

Jammed pack podcast episode as the boys talk everything Dragons. more

3 days ago

Huge episode of the podcast as we gear up for the Charity Shield! more

10 days ago

With less than two weeks until we see Dragons football, the Red V Podcast is heating up. more

17 days ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 54 ratings
  • King Jack of Kogarah

    Best podcast going for dragons supporters. Jacks a champion host

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia9 months ago
  • The Professional Dragons Podcast

    Professional podcast from a fans perspective that streets the competition when it comes to NRL podcasts

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 years ago
  • Incredible podcast

    Every Dragons fan in Australia needs to be listening to this podcast. An absolute must to keep up on the latest Dragons news!

    Apple Podcasts
    T. Buecher
    Australia2 years ago
  • Balanced

    I look forward to listening each Tuesday evening. Thoughtful, balanced, honest & informative. Thankyou

    Apple Podcasts
    Neesy Belle
    Australia3 years ago
  • Mundine Interview

    Sorry Jake was looking forward to this interview but unfortunately the quality of his voice is terrible, can’t understand him more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia3 years ago

Chart Rankings

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#68 United States/Sports/Rugby
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#45 Canada/Sports/Rugby
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#15 Australia/Sports/Rugby
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#199 Australia/Sports
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#11 Israel/Sports/Rugby
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#16 United Arab Emirates/Sports/Rugby

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