Sports & Recreation
Kyran Bracken: Alex Goode deserves another chance with England, but he won't get it
Another season of European rugby is in the history books and it's congratulations to Saracens and Clermont who won the Champions and Challenge Cup respectively. Former Spirngbok Thinus Delport is alongside Brian Moore to reflect on two entertaining matches in St James Park.
Saracens had to came from 10 points down to beat defending champions Leinster and in turn pick up their third Champions Cup trophy. Former Sarries and England scrum half Kyran Bracken took a break from celebrating to give his thoughts on their win and also why newly crowned Eurpean rugby player of the year Alex Goode cannot get a look in with Eddie Jones for England.
A record crowd of 28,438 turned out for the all French Challenge Cup final between Clermont and La Rochelle in Newcastle's St James Park on Friday night, ECPR chairman Simon Halliday tells Brian and Thinus that they've learned from previous mistakes organising finals and how they plan to grow both competitions.
Warren Gatland is set to lead the Lions (again) in South Africa 2021, former Wales hooker and 2013 tourist Richard Hibbard explains how the Wales coach operates differently in both roles.
And with the final play off spot up for grabs in the Gallagher Premiership, Northampton Director of Rugby Chris Boyd joins the show to chat about transitioning from Super 15's to Gallagher Premiership, his Northampton side travel to table toppers Exeter hoping to secure the fourth and final play off spot.
And Thinus gives us the latest on the South Afrcan preparations ahead of this years World Cup.
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