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Introducing our new podcast, Heineken Rugby Weekly on The42

Murray Kinsella and Andy Dunne got stuck in with Ryan Bailey as the rugby season hots up.

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YOU ASKED AND, in the end, we delivered.

We like to think The42 is known for its engaging coverage of rugby, in-depth match analysis and interviews with the game’s biggest names and most interesting characters. 

Now, at last, we’re bringing that to a weekly podcast, supported by Heineken. 

Each week, presenter Gavan Casey will be joined by our own Murray Kinsella as well as former Leinster and Connacht out-half Andy Dunne to answer three key questions and dissect the week’s top talking points.

We’ll also have a feature interview with the players and coaches and define the modern game and would love to hear from you.  

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This week — with Gavan gallivanting around Vegas ahead of the McGregor fight – Ryan Bailey quizzes Murray and Andy on:

  • how Munster can survive these big weeks without Conor Murray
  • how Connacht can get closer to the yardstick of what makes a champion side 
  • how Leinster are going about getting even better than last season.  

And Ireland and Leinster star Rob Kearney sits down with Murray for the first of our one-on-one conversations.

Note: it’s currently under review by the boffins at Apple and should drop into your podcast app… any time now. 


Source: Heineken Rugby Weekly on The42/SoundCloud

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