Episode 51

RWC2023 Week 1 - Wallabies World Cup Win - with Wallaroo Emily Chancellor

Welcome to Season 4 Episode 51 of the Pick & Drive Rugby Podcast!

We are the People’s Podcast, providing a platform for rugby lovers to come together and support the game that’s played in heaven.

It's been a long time coming, but the Rugby World Cup is finally here and the Wallabies have won a game! These near miraculous events are covered in detail in this pod, joined by Waratah, Wallaroo and all-round wonder-woman, Emily Chancellor.

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About the Podcast

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About your hosts

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Mitchell Foster

Mitch is rugby obsessed! If he's not watching the game they play in heaven, he's reffing it or analysing it for a future episode!

Mitch is a product of Sydney's north shore, having played rugby for a number of prominent junior and senior clubs over the years. His highlight to this day was packing down against both Michael and Allan Alaalatoa in colts for the mighty Gordon Highlanders (Up the Stags!).

Outside of rugby Mitch is a Disability Support Manager and enjoys readings books, watching movies and playing video games.
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Mark Anderson

I'm a regular guy who wanted an Australian rugby podcast that was both insightful AND family friendly. It turns out this is harder to find than you'd think. I called my mate Mitch, asked him if he wanted to chat rugby on a weekly basis. He said YES!

That's how Pick and Drive Rugby was born.

About me: I'm a 30-something guy married with two rowdy boys. I teach History and spend my time reliving the glory days of the Waratahs 2014 Super Rugby triumph.