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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jason Nightingale. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jason Nightingale, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jason Nightingale. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jason Nightingale, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep 147: Jason Nightingale

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NRL legend Jason Nightingale joins me on the podcast. Jason is a former professional rugby league player for the St George Illawarra Dragons playing 266 first grade games scoring 110 trys. He won a premiership with the Dragons in 2010 and represented New Zealand in 33 tests and 1 game for the NRL All Stars. Away from the game, his an Ambassador at the Dragons, Co-founder of the Elite Athlete Business School and owner of Flow Espresso.
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Sep 01 2019 · 1hr 12mins
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Jason Nightingale- Footy, Business and Coffee

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The St George Dragons PEOPLES CHAMP Jason “Gypsy” Nightingale is in the building...

- Had the privilege of having Jason Nightingale on the podcast today..

- Jas is a great mate of mine and I’m extremely fortunate to get to train with him and be given the opportunity to complete his course at called EABS...

- We talked about his NRL Career and the highlights that came with it...

- Post Footy Jas hasn’t mucked around and already has a few businesses up and running, one of them being Flow Espresso Where the king James Segeyaro Did his barista “apprenticeship...

- Also big Gypsy gave us his 3 tips for starting your OWN Business...

NOTE: I set my mic up wrong so it’s a little echoey... my apologies. Something I have to learn from

Jul 18 2019 · 58mins
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Hour 2: Jason Nightingale joins us, What can be expected from the round ahead and what's happening in the round ball game?

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1. Jason Nightingale joins us from O'Canada

  • We get his comments on Wayne Bennett, The Dragons and Life after Football

2. What else is there to lookforward to this round?

3. Whats happening in the Round ball game - Leeds, Sydney FC and Wanderers

4. What did I miss?

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May 04 2019 · 16mins
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Former Kiwi international Jason Nightingale to retire at end of the NRL season

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St George Illawarra winger Jason Nightingale has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
The former Kiwi international will hang up the boots after an illustrious 12-year career that has included 265 NRL games to date, 33 tests for New Zealand, the 2012 NRL All Stars as well as the Dragons' 2011 World Club Challenge win.
The 31-year-old is also the last remaining player from the Dragons' 2010 grand final victory over the Sydney Roosters – where he scored two second half tries.
Nightingale's longevity at the Dragons and in the NRL will also see him challenge for equal billing as the most-capped Dragon, Steeler or St George Illawarra player ever in the coming weeks, alongside fellow club legend Ben Hornby (273 games).
The local Renown United junior was just 15 when he first donned the Dragons jumper, playing in the Harold Matthews and SG Ball competitions in 2002-04. The man affectionately known as 'Gypsy' made his NRL debut in Round 8, 2007 against the Penrith Panthers at Jubilee Oval, Kogarah.
Scoring a try in the 28-16 win, Nightingale has since added a further 109 tries to his NRL career tally to sit equal-sixth for most tries in the history of the Dragons, Steelers and St George Illawarra.
"It's a very proud and solemn day for me to be announcing the end of the career," said Nightingale.
"I am extremely grateful for everything that the Dragons and the game has done for myself, and what I've been able to achieve.
"There are so many people to thank for what's been a special journey. From Renown United through to the junior reps to now, through the highs and lows and great successes I've had, I'm just so thankful for this incredible journey."
Nightingale has remarkably won every single accolade awarded at the Dragons' end-of-year presentation.
Winning the prestigious Dragons Medal for player of the year in 2011, Nightingale also won the Immortals Trophy (2011), the Geoff Selby Memorial Trophy (2010, 2016), the Community Involvement Award (2012) and the Red V Members Player of the Year (2011, 2013).
Nightingale also won the Mark Coyne Trophy for career development in 2014, which has been reflected in his establishment of the Elite Athlete Business School.
"There have been so many great seasons personally," he said.
"To be recognised for so many different reasons that are celebrated at the Dragons, they all still sit on my mantelpiece very nicely.
"The 2010 grand final win was the highlight for me and my family. There are so many fond memories from that day and the season as a whole. Although now is great time to reflect, there are still plenty of memories to be made this season yet.
"However I'm also look forward to more family time with my second child on the way. My wife Bianka has sacrificed a lot for my career. She's been selfless by supporting me throughout my career, while also building one of her own.
"It'll be good to rearrange my priorities now and put her career first as well as continue to build the Elite Athlete Business School and help fulfil its potential alongside my business partner and the EABS family."
Dragons CEO Peter Doust congratulated the one-club player on his stellar career.
"Jason has always represented himself, his family and the Dragons with distinction and has always been committed to supporting the club's visions both off and on the field," said Doust.
"He is an outstanding role model who typifies the club's values and we have been privileged that he has remained loyal to the Dragons for so long. He signed eight contracts to remain at the Dragons.
"We are a development club who have always invested and provided opportunities for players in the local area and he epitomises everything we stand for. We couldn't be prouder of what Jason has achieved throughout his career."
Dragons coach Paul McGregor paid tribute to Nightingale's contribution and commitment to the club.
"It's hard to beat a person who...
Aug 09 2018 · 8mins
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Guest Speaker - Jason Nightingale

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Recites the Book of 1 John from memory
Feb 07 2010 · 1hr
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Guest Preacher - Jason Nightingale – Hearing The Word Of The Lord - Revelation

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Guest Preacher - Jason Nightingale – Hearing The Word Of The Lord - Revelation
Nov 04 2007 · 58mins