Nashy catches up on all things rugby with Bernard Jackman. A popular keynote & after dinner speaker Bernard has many a story to tell following a successful professional career with Leinster, Sale Sharks and Ireland. Away from rugby he is passionate about elite leadership traits & high performing teams and the conversations dives into mindset and life after rugby.Nashy and Bernard discuss Ireland under Andy Farrell, Finn Russell and Scotland along with next years World Cup and selling beef in Japan!This Podcast is brought to you by ACE Property - Management and Sales - Edinburgh.Contact Nashy for Podcast Sponsorship opportunities and get you brand / business in the ears of thousands of listeners.Follow Nashy...Insta - @the_getafterit_familyInsta - @getafterit_nashyYouTube - GET AFTER IT with NashyTwitter - @GetAfterItNashyFacebook - GET AFTER IT with NashyFacebook - Dads and Dudes - Private group
Bernard Jackman - Lessons Learned Playing, Analysing & Coaching at The Top Level
The Off-Field Rugby Pod
Download Your FREE Visualisation Guide ⬇️ https://stan.store/offfieldrugbyLink to join The 1st XV Patreon & get extra podcastshttps://www.patreon.com/offfieldrugbyWe chat about;What Alex Ferguson taught himWhy he is impressed by Pat Lam and Rob Baxter at Bristol Bears and Exeter ChiefsCoach education and mentorshipHow he recruit playersJoe Schmidt mental skills sessions with IrelandThe coaching roles he has now at Bective Rangers and Pres BrayDifferent challenges coaching the Dragons and GrenobleIrish rugby IRFU initiatives to grow the gamePlaying with Leinster rugby and how he felt he wouldn’t get the same treatment as Johnny SextonImportance of GPS data and player training loadHow Warren Gatland monitored Welsh playersPlayer development plansWhat helped Taine Basham is developmentDeclan kidneys advice to Irish rugby playersWhat he learned playing with sale SharksImportance of psychological safetyEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgMy instagram is https://www.instagram.com/offfieldrugby/ Get the bonus Podcasts on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Will Kelleher and Stuart Barnes bring you the final Ruck of the season! They discuss the conclusion of the summer tours with Ireland and England returning victorious but Wales and Scotland on the end of defeats. Former Ireland hooker Bernard Jackman joins them to assess Ireland's historic series victory over the All Blacks and they name a God or Goddess of the Week. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SUNDAY PAPER REVIEW | Ireland vs Scotland reaction | Sportswashing | Bernard Jackman & Tommy Conlon
OTB's Sunday Paper Review
Joe Molloy is joined by former Ireland international Bernard Jackman & The Irish Independent’s Tommy Conlon for this week’s edition of The Sunday Paper Review, as we look back on a big weekend of sport.
With the semi-finals of both the Champions and Challenge cups all wrapped up, we review all the weekend's games and look ahead to the finals in a couple of weeks time. Jim and Goodey are joined by former Leinster and Ireland hooker Bernard Jackman to discuss why Leinster are such a dominant force in European rugby. After the final two English teams crashed out of Europe, the lads discuss how they seem unable to compete at this level with the current Premiership salary cap. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From the archives of Buckshot Podcast this episode was recorded in Jan '19 and I chat with former Ireland Leinster rugby player, Bernard Jackman. We talk Hugh Jackman's beauty, wine-drinking French children and of course a bit of rugby.
The Mike Quirke Podcast | Ep.3 | Bernard Jackman - Lessons learned from amateur to professional
The Mike Quirke Podcast
Former international rugby player Bernard Jackman joins Mike this week. From playing in the amateur era, to being one of Ireland's first professional player, Bernard takes us through the lessons he learned along the way and how he is now putting them into practice as a coach himself.Donate to Temple Street Children's Hospital HERE!
This week we white-knuckle through a 24hr French roller-coaster ride with former Ireland rugby player, the tremendous Bernard Jackman. Bernard's 'Worst Gig Ever' is from his time as coach of Top 14 side Grenoble and a day that will be etched in his (and now ours) mind for eternity.Don't forget to 5★ and leave a comment (best comment at the end of the season wins a prize...of sorts)
Aled and Richie spend this podcast with the one and only Bernard Jackman. AKA Birch. Bernard Jackman was persuaded by Warren Gatland to turn professional and subsequently had two spells playing for Connacht. In between he also played for Sale Sharks, helping them win the 2001-02 European Challenge Cup.In 2005 Jackman signed for Leinster. A broken leg hindered his early Leinster career but he eventually established himself as a first team regular. He was a prominent member of the team that won the 2007–08 Celtic League title and he also earned himself a recall into the senior Ireland squad.He has now retired from the professional game after a concussion injury in 2010. Bernard Jackman has become an acting ambassador for Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, standing strongly behind the concussion awareness campaign.Ireland internationalJackman represented Ireland at U19, U21 and college levels and captained Ireland A before graduating to the senior Ireland team. He was included in the squad for the 1998 tour of South Africa but was not capped. He was capped twice during the 2005 tour of Japan and won two further caps during the 2007 tour of Argentina. He was also included in Ireland's 2008 Six Nations Championship squad and featured in all five games.Coaching careerJackman has coached several junior Leinster teams, including Tullow RFC, Newbridge RFC and Coolmine RFC. He has guided Newbridge to victory in both a league title and the Lalor Cup. In May 2009, he was appointed Director of Rugby and forwards coach of Clontarf FC.In 2011 he was appointed on a consultancy basis as skills and forwards coach with FC Grenoble and made full-time for the 2012/2013 season. In June 2016, following the departure of Fabrice Landreau, he became Head Coach of FC Grenoble.In March 2017, with the club bottom of the Top14 Jackman left Grenoble. Grenoble were subsequently relegated at the end of the 2016-17 season.For 2017-18, he became head coach at the Dragons in Wales. Jackman parted company with the Dragons in December 2018 after 18 months in charge.In May 2019, Jackman was announced as the new head of coaching of Bective Rangers FC, a Dublin based club and one of Ireland's oldest existing rugby clubs. On his appointment to Bective Rangers.To contact us at Once Were Warriors please follow the below linksinstagram @once_were_warriors_rugby_podcast