In Episode 19 Willie Mason and Iain Byrne review the Jillaroo’s historic #RLWC victory, take a look at the pros and cons on the signings of Mitchell Pearce and Jarryd Hayne by the Knights and the Eels and Willie calls bullsh*t on the NSW Government’s decision to plough the wrecking ball through Allianz and ANZ Stadiums.
Willie Mason and Iain Byrne review the titanic battle between Australia and England in the Rugby League World Cup Grand Final and discuss James Graham’s decision to not apologise for the comments he made to Cameron Smith.
Willie Mason defends his tweet to sack Matt Cecchin and Reni Maitua illuminates the difference between the rules in the NRL and English Super League, explaining that if the Fifita carry was sent to the video referee in the Super League a try would have been awarded.
Willie Mason, Reni Maitua and Iain Byrne preview the #RLWC2017 Grand Final between Australia v England, with Reni Maitua declaring ‘England’s massive forward pack means they’re a real chance.’
Willie Mason, Reni Maitua and Iain Byrne discuss the controversial decision by Matt Cecchin not to refer Tonga’s try in the Rugby League semi-final to the video referee, preview the #RLWC2017 Grand Final and discuss the Aussie’s form midway through the first test of the Ashes.
Reni Maitua and Willie Mason share their thoughts with Iain Byrne on the reasons behind Samoa’s unacceptable #RLWC17 performance before discussing whether NRL legends Nigel Vagana, Tony Puletua and Ruben Wiki are the people who should be steering Samoa into the next World Cup
Willie Mason, Reni Maitua and Iain Byrne debate where Mitchell Pearce will call home in 2018 and lock horns over whether or not he would have become a better player if he played with Cooper Cronk.
It’s final times in the #RLWC2017 and in this episode Willie Mason, Reni Maitua and Iain Byrne preview this weekends clashes and share their tips on who the dark horses are as we approach the business end of the #RLWC.
Willie Mason, Reni Maitua and Iain Byrne review the results from Week 2 of the RLWC before preview the Week 3 mates, which features the juggernaut between New Zealand and Tonga.
Reni Maitu reviews his trip to Kavieng, PNG with Corey Hughes, Daniel Holdsworth, Jarrad Hickey, Steve Pike and Paul Heptonstall to help complete the construction of a school building on Enuk Island.