12 October 2021

Episode 324 - Magnificent Sausages

St Helens fan David joins Alan & Mark to recap a close and in parts controversial Super League Grand Final. We have the help of your fan reviews, but they don't get in the way of us all disagreeing about some of the big moments from the big game. Other disagreements include Jonny Lomax's legacy, Mathieu Jussaume's facial hair and Terry O'Connor's age. We recap the Women's Super League Grand Final and the cup for a shield final, plus Toulouse and Workington's promotion earning victories. Also, we run through the news from the last week, as we may need to find a new timeslot in 2022!

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Episode running order:

Grand Final Match Reviews, from 03:45
Other Results, from 80:45
News, from 106:45
Quiz & Recommendations, from 122:15

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