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It's an 'All Things Rugby' talk show broadcast every Friday evening during the Rugby Union season 6.30-7.00pm, with Alun Jones, Supporters Club Sec at Pontypridd RFC

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Alun Jones met rugby legend JJ Williams (right)  for one show.

Another programme featured JPR Williams.


The Ponty Rugby Show discusses the news, events and matches involving Pontypridd R.F.C. plus other topics from the Rugby world, occasionally even including Rugby League! Regular guests include players, coaches, administrators and people involved with rugby in Pontypridd, Wales and the World. You'll hear previews of forthcoming games and 'post mortems' of previous ones - its all on GTFM's Ponty Rugby Show!


One programme featured a Kiwi perspective on the All Blacks as Alun's special guest was 'Kiwi' radio sports broadcaster and actor, Stephen Hunter. Speaking from his Sydney home (near Bondi Beach) he gave us the lowdown on the Rugby Union scene in Australia as well as 'back home' in his native New Zealand. We are very grateful to the late Vince Geddes of the Auckland Radio Trust for originally putting us in touch.

Alun is always interested in hearing your point of view. You can contact him by calling 01443 406111 and leaving a message, or by emailing: mail@gtfm.co.uk clearly marking your message "Ponty Rugby Show"



Photo below left to right: Grant “Slim” Hubbard the Under 20’s New Zealand Team Manager, Alun Jones Ponty Rugby Show presenter and Adrian Evans, RCT Rugby Development Officer. They all took part in special editions of the programme during the IRB Junior World Cup event.in Summer 2008.



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Alun Jones with Dale MacIntosh Alun Jones with Gareth Wyatt  

Website : www.ponty.net

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