Duncan & Duncan Rugby: John Quill's American odyssey, Munster's West Cork hub, props play darts

Duncan & Duncan Rugby: John Quill's American odyssey, Munster's West Cork hub, props play darts

A baker who chased the American dream and went to two Rugby World Cups, former Munster man John Quill joins Duncan Casey and Duncan Williams.

Plus:

Duncan plays AIL during the end of the world.

Warm-up routines you don't want to know about.

The RFU decision that will devastate so many Irish rugby players.

But Duncan C does the numbers to come up with a solution.

Hodnett's rise and Munster's growing West Cork mafia.

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