This week, We've got a lot of Sounds of Silence as we hit the true darkest timeline - Bungard's team beat one of Mitch and Dale's teams, whilst the other also lost terribly. On top of that, we discuss this week's news, which involves a LOT of Cam Smith (thank you Cam for announcing on a Tuesday) as well as the reduction of interchanges from 8 to 6. That, and all your questions, for one of the longer episodes of season 2018.
This week, the NRL conspiracies hit another level, as Gerard Sutton is simultaneously biased for the Broncos and against the Bulldogs, the Dragons flog the Storm in an absolute bludger and Parramatta still suck again. That, this week's news and all of your fan questions as always.
This week, The Broncos continued their dominant streak over Souths since the podcast's inception (6-0), The Storm laid down the performance of the season for Cam's milestone game, and The Dragons embarrassed the Roosters on ANZAC Day. All that, some Dally M heat, this week's news and your fan questions as per usual as the boys return from a 1 week sabbatical.
This week, Dale graduates and skips the pod as Mitch and Bungard do the first two man Boom Rookies in a long time, and, to celebrate the occasion, Mitch doesn't say mean things about Souths for a week. That, Wayne Bennett re-claiming his aura and way too much fast food chat mixed in with all the usual gear in this round's episode.
This week, there's no Bungard, so we get the Real Campo, Nick Campton (@campo37) is back for his much awaited first appearance of 2018. And what better week for Campo to come back than on the back of a Raiders win? As you all know, the Broncos lost to the Knights, however Mitch is amidst an existential crisis - does he even hate Penrith anymore? All of this, and your usual fan questions.
This week, the Titans ended the Broncos season, The Dragons won the premiership and Souths destroyed Good Friday... Oh and Cam Smith got sin-binned. The lads discuss all of that, some of the week's news, get a little too salty and ranty about a few topics and of course, answer all of your fan questions. Mostly the food ones. You know, the good ones.
This week, more regional areas than ever as the NRL considers taking a team to regional areas after the Dragons and Titans played in a regional area on Sunday. As always, Souths are back, the Broncos are the villains and Dale seems somewhat uncomfortable with the Dragons being good. So, all that, game reviews, NRL news including the new Women's NRL, etc., and finally, all your fan questions in a jam packed round 3/4 Boom Rookies.
This week, Tevita Pangai Junior declared he wanted to be a broken for life. Oh and Jason Taumalolo declared Pangai could surpass him. Wayne Bennett detailed his special relationship with TPJ. Tevita Pangai finished off the Cowboys in JT's last game at Suncorp, assisting the goal post in the year's greatest try saver. Oh and other things happened in Rugby League too.
All of that, this week's news and we answer all of your questions.
This week, the Broncos got the spoon, Mitch Pearce proved himself better than Cooper Cronk and NRL players play too many video games. None of this, and more on this week's episode of Boom Rookies as we review round 1 of the NRL season, back in the weird world where only Dale's team is good, talk this week's NRL news and as always answer your fan questions.
Season 2018 is here, and finally, so are we.
It's been a long off-season for the podcast, but the boys are back in your ear holes with their 2018 season predictions, featuring the long awaited return of Matthew Bungard to the public eye, amongst terrible ladder predictions, bests and worsts signings and all the usual pre-season jazz. Of course, we also picked this weekend's games and answer all of your fan questions. We even answered a few questions not about Bungard's cowardly run from Twitter, I swear.