‘In the Bin’ rugby pod has plenty of news again, to keep you up-to-date with all the results and happenings from the Northern Hemisphere.
The Pro14 regular season is now ‘In the Bin’ and the Premiership is only a round away. Paddy and Andy are here to discuss the latest news, games and play off permutations.
Big Story Roundup
Plenty of news again this week!
The Pro 14 sign a brand new, ‘Premier’ television deal with a significant increase in revenue.
Connacht are ‘Keane’ on a new head coach, while Ulster announce the appointment of Dan McFarland from a not so far away land.
In transfer news, Scarlets sign Hidalgo-Clyne to shine at 9 and Gloucester seal their Kriel deal.
In the Premiership, ‘In the Bin’ favourites Newcastle pulled off a sensational away win at Leicester. This secured a top 4 finish, with old favourite Goneva doing the main damage.
Bath stunned Gloucester with a derby victory as Gloucester did more Gloucestering
Wasps back line thrilled us all in a win over Saints. Elliot did what he does ‘Daly’ and Christian scored 2 more tries as he ‘Wade’ into the top try scorer battle.
In the last round of Pro 14 games, you may have thought you were seeing double in the 1872 Cup game with Van Der Merwe on both sides! But it was Edinburgh who did the double over their rivals.
Elsewhere, Connacht gave their departing captain a proper send off, but it was all Mul’doon’ and gloom for Leinster. Munster played out a thrilling draw with Ulster and Zebre won agin to make it 3 in a row!
And, oh yes, money! money! money! Pro14 mega TV deal has pros and cons.
We are delighted to announce that Premier Sports have secured the rights to @PRO14Official for the next 3 years beginning the 2018-2019 season! 🏉
— Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) April 30, 2018
‘In the Bin’ rugby pod regular features
‘In the Bin’ rugby pod then indulge in our regular features: try of the week, hit of the week and Bin Juice. We will also predict the final round of Premiership games and the start of the Pro 14 playoffs.
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