The Boks Office Podcast is back with Host Hanyani Shimange, Jean De Villiers & Schalk Burger giving their expert views, fun loving perspectives and sharing their greatest told and untold rugby stories. They will also be joined by the biggest names in world rugby each episode to uncover their incredible tales from on and off the pitch. Sit back, relax and enjoy the fun.
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Today we're delighted to be joined by ex Saracens, Stormers & Barbarians hooker Schalk Brits to get his take on all the action from an enthralling weekend of rugby. Plus, with merely 100 days to go until the World Cup kicks off, Schalk takes us through his predictions for how the tournament will play out, including his controversial take on how the Irish will fare. Also, we're treated to many a great Barbarians tale from Hong Kong to Brazil and Schalk shares his Ultimate XV. Enjoy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
31 May Finished
Today we're joined by great friend of the show Jack Nowell, as we dissect the 2 incredible European finals we were treated to over the weekend, whilst also finding out first hand from both Jack Nowell and a passing Luke Cowan-Dickie the inside story on their personal situations which have made headlines recently. The lads discuss why Leinster have becoming the biggest team of chokers in modern rugby, what effect that will have on Irelands chances in the world cup and why Ryan was pissed off with Cheslin Kolbe after Glasgow's defeat to Toulon in their respective final in Friday night. With Jack and Ryan on the way out of their clubs, this is no holds barred entertainment, full of wonderful stories and hilarious insights - so sit back, relax and enjoy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
23 May Finished
What a joy it is to be joined by the second highest try scorer in Premiership rugby history in the legendary Ex England winger Tom Varndell, to hear some incredibly entertaining stories from his wonderful career both domestically and internationally and also garner his thoughts on all the incredible domestic action in the Prem & URC from the weekend. Tom lifts the lid on his career with some hilarious stories such as; Tuilagi' being arrested on a night out in Leicester, getting beaten up by Julian White, Martin Corry and Martin Johnson as part of his initiation, the day Shaun Edwards nearly knocked him out, partying with Danny Cipriani and Kelly Brook, Paul Sackeys refusal to ever train, the infamous Wasps social which led to one of Toms teammates being hospitalised with a burnt stomach, his failed move to France which he describes as a 'living hell' before he ripped up his contract, his dream move to play in Hong Kong and also the tragic news about his client Levi Davis - plus much more. So sit back and enjoy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17 May Finished
Today we're in studio and delighted to be joined by England, Blues & Quins centre Joe Marchant just before he packs his bags to head to France for both the World Cup and then to move to his new home in Paris where he'll be playing for Stade Francais. He takes us through why he's made the decision to leave english rugby, his real thoughts on Eddie Jones, how much nicer the England camp is under Borthwick, why his experience playing for The Blues in Super Rugby was so incredible, relives his and Quins epic journey to lift the Premiership title a couple of years ago, reveals his Ultimate XV and gives us the dirt on his incredibly loose experience last year playing for The Barbarians against the All Blacks - plus much much more. So sit back and enjoy and in studio episode of the Rugby Pass Offload. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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11 May Finished
Today we're honoured to be joined by Wales, Cardiff & Lions star Josh Navidi, as we celebrate his incredible his career that was all triggered thanks to a chance encounter with Jonah Lomu. We hear about how he's been tragically forced into early retirement through his chronic neck injury, his dads epic escape from Iran during the 1979 revolution, his school boy days playing rugby in NZ, an epic bust up with Bakkies Botha and why Kyle Sinkler was such good fun on the Lions tour to SA. Plus the lads unpack all the action from an epic weekend of European rugby and discuss whether London Irish, Newcastle & Sale, like the Welsh regions, are on the brink of collapse and what can be done to save rugby! So sit back, relax and enjoy another jam packed full episode of the Offload! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
4 May Finished