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The Scrum

BBC London 94.9's show dedicated to rugby union every Thursday night from 21:00. A whole hour dedicated to rugby union in the capital, all the news from the Guinness Premiership to National Three South.

BBC London 94.9s rugby union show, The Scrum 26th March from 9pm

This week on The Scrum Sara Orchard and Andy Rowley have an interview with the British and Irish Lions coach Ian McGeechan. You can hear his thoughts on how his squad for South Africa is shaping up. The London Wasps director of rugby also talks about the new signings Steve Kefu, Dan Ward-Smith and Tom Varndell.

We will touch base with Saracens ahead of Sunday's London derby against Wasps at Vicarage Road (a game you can hear live on BBC London 94.9). And there will be an interview with Harlequins and England wing Ugo Monye after his heroics against France and Scotland.

We will also be speaking to the Independent on Sunday's Hugh Godwin to hear what he thought of the Six Nations and who his Lions team to face South Africa would be.

As always you can hear the latest news from the Guinness Premiership down to National Three South.

If you'd like the Scrum team to investigate a story or ask a guest a question please email: london.sport@bbc.co.uk

THE SCRUM

Almost every Thursday night at 9pm you can hear the latest news and gossip from the London world of rugby union with Sara Orchard and Andy Rowley. The show focuses on clubs playing in the Guinness Premiership all the way down to National Three South.

You can listen to The Scrum on BBC London DAB, Sky channel 0152, Freesat channel 718, Virgin Media channel 930 (where available) and here on the BBC London website www.bbc.co.uk/london/sport.

If you can't listen to The Scrum live, why not Listen Again to the programme by clicking on programme dates below or by going to our Listen Again pages:

Andy Rowley and Sara Orchard

Andy Rowley and Sara Orchard

London Guinness Premiership Predictions for 2008/09 Season:

Each week will bring you predictions on who will win the next matches played by our London Guinness Premiership sides. One representative from the BBC London Sport team will put themselves up against our guest on "The Scrum" for that week.

The results for the 2008/09 season so far are shown in the table below, alongside a list of who has been predicting the results:

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|          | Sara Orchard |Andy Rowley | Scrum Guest |
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| Score |      28/43      |      29/43       |      27/43      |
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Harlequins flyhalf: Nick Evans
Rugby World Deputy Editor: Alan Pearey
London Scottish Lock: Iain Fullarton
London Welsh Captain: Mike Powell
London Welsh Director of Coaching: Martin Jones
London Irish Head of Media: Patrick Lennon
BBC London Rugby League commentator: Ian Ramsdale
Esher flyhalf: David Slemen
Ealing Chairman: David Steene
Commentator: Jeremy Thian-Kiwi
NZ Broadcaster: Kevin Gledhill
Saracens Director of Rugby: Eddie Jones

London Guinness Premiership Predictions for 2007/08 Season:

The results for the 2007/08 season are shown in the table below, alongside a list of who has been predicting the results:

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|          | Sara Orchard |Simon Ward | Mick Collins | Scrum Guest |
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| Score |      91/124     |    86/124     |    94/124    |    80/124      |
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last updated: 26/03/2009 at 11:47
created: 01/09/2006

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