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Mulls & John from The Sporting Rumble and Jimmy Marshall from What a Lad have joined forces to bring you the the perfect poddy to get fizzed up for Super Rugby Pacific. more
When I think of genuine superstars of Australian rugby, I think James O’Connor. He is the youngest ever player to play Super Rugby at just 17years old. He burst on to the rugby scene with his boy band looks and his incredible talent. At 18 he was pla... more
Not many thought I would be able to rope in the humble All Black legend Joe Moody on to What a Lad but here he is. In his first ever podcast, the great loose head prop (and a bit of tight head) shares his journey through his raw and honest nature tha... more
This is one of my favourite poddies. The banter and humour is off the charts. more
Really rate the interview style James brings. Never been into fantasy footy, But have really got into this World Cup and enjoy the breakdown of games and talking about the players. Keep it up James!!!
Great podcast - what a journey for that man. Top bloke.
Always a great listen, love your hosting and hope you can continue this year. You should get Mike Coman to fill in on the odd week of you can’t with your coaching commitments.
Outstanding podcast jimmy. Be awesome if you could get some old school players - they must of been serious lads in the day.. Marc Ellis, Buck etc
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What a Lad launched 4 years ago and published 232 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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