Following the nerve-jangling relegation shoot-out last week, the focus shifts to the excitement of the play-off series, as five clubs battle to make the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford on October 12th.
From the Theatre of Dreams itself Dave Woods talks to the coaches of all the teams involved, plus Salford’s Jackson Hastings and George Williams of Wigan, who go head-to-head this Friday knowing they’re only two wins from that Grand Final.
Super League’s Friday the 13th
Dave Woods and Jon Wilkin are joined by the new Manchester Lions Chairman Andy Mazey to hear from London Broncos owner David Hughes and discuss Friday’s relegation dog-fight where any of the four bottom sides could suffer the drop.
Plus are big city clubs the future for the game? The team decide if an obsession with tradition is holding back progress.
Saying Goodbye to Odsal
Bradford Bulls Head Coach John Kear and the owner and publisher of the League Weekly newspaper Danny Lockwood join Dave Woods to discuss what’s next for the Bulls after they said farewell to Odsal on Sunday, waving goodbye to both the city and an ageing stadium rich in wonderful memories. From next season, Bradford will be playing in Dewsbury. And are we getting a little bit over-excited about referees? After the controversies of the Challenge Cup Final is it time for those in the middle to be more accountable for their decisions?
Dave Woods and Jon Wilkin are joined by England World Cup star and Warrington half-back Kevin Brown and Challenge Cup winning coach Brian Noble to look ahead to Saturday's 118th Challenge Cup final between St Helens and Warrington.
The Privilege of Pressure
St Helens great Paul Wellens and Jon Wilkin join Dave Woods to discuss the privilege of pressure within a top team and why flat pack furniture offers a key life-lesson.