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'In The Bin' Rugby Pod - Season 1, Episode 39
‘In The Bin’ Rugby Pod – Season 1, Episode 39
In the Bin Rugby Pod - May 29, 2018

In the last pod of this season, Paddy and Andy discuss both finals, with Saracens and Leinster worthy winners. Ashton also makes his point as the Baa-Baas spank England. We will also have all the usual features before predicting the outcomes of the summer tours. Cheers, from ‘In the Bin’ rugby pod



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