Rugby World Cup
Producer: Adam Williams
September 19, 2011
ESPNscrum Podcast: The North-South Divide
Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum team for the latest rugby news and opinion from the Rugby World Cup.
This week: The North-South Divide
Ireland cause the first shock of the World Cup meaning there is a potential split in the QF draw.
Plus, troublesome tweets and a look ahead to New Zealand v France.
Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum pod team.
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