11 episodes

Wallabies great Matt Burke talks to legends of the game who know a thing or two about how to win on the world stage.


Fun, light hearted and entertaining, but with some solid serious Rugby discussion as well.


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Wallabies great Matt Burke talks to legends of the game who know a thing or two about how to win on the world stage.


Fun, light hearted and entertaining, but with some solid serious Rugby discussion as well.


A 10 Sport podcast for 10 Speaks

    Gordon Bray

    Gordon Bray

    Matt sits down with 10 Rugby co-commentator and broadcasting stalwart Gordon Bray. Gordon has been on the air since 1969 and is an icon in the industry. He is also a talented author, M.C. and a Member of the Order of Australia recipient. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 38 min
    John Eales

    John Eales

    This episode we have a multi-World Cup winner! John Eales is the most successful Wallabies captain ever and he joins Matt to discuss his thoughts on the game. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 34 min
    Nick Phipps

    Nick Phipps

    Matt is joined this week by Wallaby scrum half Nick Phipps to get his perspective on the World Cup. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 43 min
    Adam Ashley Cooper

    Adam Ashley Cooper

    This week our guest is a Wallabies veteran having played 121 test matches in the green and Gold.
    He is Australia’s third highest try scorer in Wallabies history and has scored tries at this year’s Rugby World Cup.
    Matt Burke chats with the silver fox, the man known to his team mates as swoop, we are talking Rugby with Adam Ashley Cooper. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 min
    James O'Connor

    James O'Connor

    Our Wallabies guest this week is one of the most controversial figures the rugby field, but a man blessed with amazing natural ability on it . He became the youngest ever Super Rugby debutant at the age of 17, and the second youngest Wallaby in Australian rugby history at the age of 18 years and 126 days . He is a versatile 'utility back' that has made one of the greatest Rugby come backs in the modern game. 2019 marks his 2nd appearance at the Rugby World Cup, his first being back in 2011. This week we talk with James O’Connor. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 27 min
    Nathan Grey

    Nathan Grey

    This week on Talking Rugby with Matt Burke, the 1999 world cup winning wallaby has a chat with his former team mate and current Wallabies defensive coach Nathan Grey.


    It’s a fantastic chat as he discuss the differences in the game and how much it has evolved since they played. They also talk about one of the biggest games at this year’s world cup, Australia verses Wales, the controversies, the mood in the camp and how the Wallabies plan on creating their own World Cup history.


    It’s a fantastic insightful chat, make sure you don’t miss this Podcast. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

Bazatsea ,

Baz

Just loving these chats, listening to Nic & Burkey and hearing there stories really give you a feel of having a chat at the bar with the boys. Love it

Ebuggy26 ,

World Cup insight

Great to get insight into the players and their mindset during the World Cup. Need to work on sound quality though - people chatting in background of James OConnor were distracting.

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