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Podcast: Siobhan Cattigan

On this weeks special episode, John is joined by Nicks from The Progressive Rugby, as well as regulars Craig and Iain to discuss the harrowing interview given in The Times by Siobhan Cattigan’s parents and the response from the SRU management at the latest AGM

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1 Response

  1. Wow, two really hefty issues in a row. Bet you guys can’t wait to get back to Zander slander and the Toonsday clock!

    Really interesting listening to this and the trans one back to back. Feel like our sport is on the horns of multiple dilemmas around what #rugbyvalues need to mean in the modern world. Get them wrong, and it’s an existential crisis for rugby. And the powers that be seem determined to butcher each one worse than Scotland with an overlap in the 22.

    Genuinely, great to see you taking these issues on and shedding light on them. Top notch stuff.

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