Schalk Brits – Springbok drug accusations & punching Owen Farrell | RugbyPass Offload | EP 46

Schalk brits - springbok drug accusations & punching owen farrell | rugbypass offload | ep 46

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RugbyPass Offload is a weekly show hosted by Marc Edwards with a stellar cast of current and former professional players, including former Scotland’s Ryan Wilson and Bristol’s Max Lahiff as well as regular guests like Nigel Owens, Simon Zebo, Jamie Roberts and Jack Nowell. Each week the panel will be rounding up all the latest action from the rugby world and giving unrivalled insight into our game in a relaxed and lighthearted format. They will also be sharing stories from their careers at the very top of the sport and interviewing high profile guests each week. #RugbyPassOffload #S3 #EP46

0:23 Ryan’s trip to New York

6:25 Max’s away win with Bristol

8:00 Schalk’s current life situation

11:38 Australia vs New Zealand controversy

15:13 Do the All Blacks get favoured by referee’s

17:04 Do referees judge off reputation

18:50 Springbok recreational drugs scandal

23:20 Chalk’s career as a small hooker

29:24 Schalk’s Springbok debut

32:34 Saracens revolution

35:58 Best Saracens trips

43:39 2018 World Cup call up from Rassie Erasmus

47:23 Punching Owen Farrell

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