We're back for another week of sporting action and after the weekend of Rugby we had to give Swainy top billing. Melbourne Rebels clinched their first Super Rugby AU finals appearance with a last gasp try against the brave Western Force. That was followed by a ball tearer of a contest and another last ditch try in the New Zealand North vs South Game.
In the NRL Penrith extended their winning streak to 12 with victory over the B...
Pies and The Producer are back and ready to tackle another week of sport. Pies was away all weekend so much like QLD in the AFL, BS has to the bulk of the heavy lifting this week. Pies recounts his experience at the Yak Hunters Kayak Fishing Series Round 3 at Woy Woy.
Then we're into the NRL recap and tips. Penrith continue to fire. While the Parramatta bubble has well and truly burst. Can they even beat the Warriors without Ge...
We're back after a long hiatus and have heaps of NRL to cover.
We recap the last round of NRL and tip this week's games.
And then we have a look at each team's run to the Finals. Can Penrith maintain their form? Can the Roosters stay in the Top 4? Is the Top 8 set?
Then we answer a few more pressing NRL questions.
We have a look at the Bats and Balls Cup Supercoach League with one round remaining, 10 teams can still win...
Pies is back in the studio and we're joined by Sydney's favourite Broncos fan Maybo. The man behind the famous Reed it and Weep banner.
We talk all things NRL including the Roosters impending SBW signing. The difference between Wayne Bennett and Ricky Stuart. And where the Broncos go to from here.
Plus the AFL is about to embark on wall to wall games for the next three weeks. Who will emerge on top? Does Brodie Grundy need ...
Mendy is back on the show which means heaps of variety from the sporting world. The Producer is in studio to bring you all the action.
It wouldn't be a Mendy show without some darts talk and the boys deliver in bucket loads.
There's also heaps for the rev heads this week. Moto GP, Formula 1 and Supercars.
Plus all the regulars, NRL, Rugby & AFL.
0:00:00 - NRL
0:57:00 - Supercoach
1:05:00 - Darts
1:14:00 - Moto GP
Our old mate Hunter is back from the UK to grace us with his presence. This podcast needed an injection of another footy team and Hunter's Panthers could be just the trick to balance the show out.
On this week's show we cover all the latest from the NRL including the Panthers blow out of Scomo's beloved Cronulla Sharks.
Swainy is back to talk all things Super Rugby.
In the AFL are Port Adelaide the real deal? And could ...
Colbee is filling in with The Producer for the sick Pies.
Pies is publishing this without listening to the show. Who knows what stitch ups the boys have lined up.
Apparently there's NRL talk including send off and sin bins.
Also AFL, tips at the end of the show, Rugby, English Premier League, Formula 1 and more!
0:00:00 - NRL & Tipping
0:59:00 - Supercoach
1:04:00 - AFL
1:11:00 - Rugby
1:13:00 - Soccer
1:18:00 - F1
We've got guests coming out the proverbial this week. Pies and The Producer discuss the latest round of NRL.
Then we welcome first time guests to the show Sher and Lil. They are Canadian Rugby League fans, season ticket holders at the Toronto Wolfpack and are spreading the word of Rugby League around North America.
Our old mate Swainy is back! Rugby is back! And we couldn't be happier. Super Rugby AU kicks off this weekend ...
Pies and The Producer were getting a bit too cocky so we invited Lobby from League by the Fireplace under the false pretence that he could pour cold water on the Eels start to the 2020 season. But 14 point losses don't come much better than that Roosters game. And the Raiders couldn't beat Manly with their 2 best players injured. Anything could happen this week.
In other news, the Roosters are clearly the benchmark. Penrith...
Pies is off sick so The Producer is joined in studio by the Supercoach himself Colbee. It looks like the Colbinators used an entire jar of vaseline on their knees this week as they pulverised Producers in Supercoach.
The boys catch up on all the latest NRL and AFL news. And Colbee has some information on the Eastern Creek Speedway track, a new Motorcross track near Luddenham and inside info on Camaros replacing Holden in the Superc...
The Producer and Pies in studio with Erik on the phone are back for another episode of Bats and Balls.
In the NRL the Roosters put the cleaners through the Broncos, the Knights and Panthers franked the form of their draw and the Eels may or may not have gotten away with one over Manly.
Refereeing gets a small once over, but on the whole they've been pretty good after two rounds back from the enforced layoff.
BS is up to 7th ove...
Pies, Erik and The Producer are back to recap the return of the NRL. The Eels and Sea Eagles look good and have very few injuries. The Raiders look like premiership favourites after a third straight win in Melbourne. And the Red V goes from bad to worse with a shutout against the Warriors.
Pies Supercoach team The Lone Rangers is flying topping the league this week with 1212 points.
While in the Tipping Comp, you might as well give...
Pies is back in studio for the first time in months. Erik is still on the line via mobile telephone.
The NRL is back and the rest of the sporting world are looking on in wonder at the magnificent leader of men Peter V'Landys and what he has accomplished in such a short time. Alternatively, Australia is doing so well, anyone would have had Rugby League back by now.
Pies is locked in on Parramatta premiership glory, meanwhile The...
The Producer chose 1983 and it was a huge year for Australian sport. Locally and abroad.
It all came to a head in September when in the space of three days newly appointed Prime Minister Bob Hawke attended the VFL Grand Final at the MCG, NSWRL Grand Final at the SCG and the America's Cup in Fremantle.
Parramatta were way too good in the NSWRL Grand Final despite the marketing from Tooheys in 1984.
In the VFL Grand Final Hawthor...
We brought out the big guns this week. It was Pies' choice to remember the year 2000.
Before we get into the year in review we kick off by taking a look at the current state of play.
The NRL title was taken out by the Broncos. Lote Tuqiri and Wendell Sailor were the wingers and Luke Phillips played a blinder in a losing GF side.
Essendon were one of the best sides to ever play AFL. They won 21 of 22 during the home and away sea...
It was Erik's choice this week and not surprisingly he chose 2005.
In the NRL Parramatta won the minor premiership, but Wests Tigers won the title and Benji Marshall became the most replayed player in NRL history.
In the AFL Sydney Swans beat West Coast in the first of two epic Grand Finals. But it took some Nick Davis magic two weeks earlier for the Swans to even make the big one.
England regained The Ashes and consigned Austr...
Erik, The Producer and Pies are back with a slightly different show this week. We tackle the NRL from a current perspective of getting the games back on. And then we come up with some solutions to problems that exist or otherwise.
COVID-19 has Australia and the various states in virtual lockdown. Since Coronavirus first hit our shores, there's been no sport played around the country. We examine Peter V'Landys' timeframe...
Pies, Erik and The Producer are back to review 1996.
Manly beat St George in the ARL Grand Final after one of the bigger blunders in GF history. Dragons fans will tell you it was the turning point. But did they really look like threatening Manly coming from 7th against the minor premiers?
Sydney Swans gathered huge momentum in the AFL. Tony Lockett won the Coleman medal and the Swans made the Grand Final, ultimately losing to North...
Now that sport is on hold globally, we have decided to review years in sport. First year on the block is 2003.
Resident historian Erik Nielsen is back with The Producer and Pies to rediscover some of the gems from 2003.
Penrith Panthers won the 2003 NRL Premiership defeating the Sydney Roosters in the Grand Final.
Brisbane Lions defeated Collingwood Magpies in the AFL Grand Final to complete their Back to Back to Back.
And Ricky Po...
The coronavirus has shut down all major sports. Pies and The Producer are in isolation. But thanks to the wonders of the NBN, we're still pumping out shows.
We recap the first two weeks of the NRL. Celebrate the Eels being on top for at least the next two months and probably longer.
The AFL only managed to play one round in front of no fans before shutting down. Richmond and the Giants looked good. Port Adelaide lead on percent...