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Sam and Shauna help Deri Rugby Club celebrate with their big cookout, including barbecuing two whole deer for a venison-themed feast.

In the final episode of the series, Sam and Shauna travel to the small town of Deri near Caerphilly to celebrate the success of Deri Rugby Club, which has gone from the brink of extinction just four years ago to being crowned league champions. As well as providing a social and sporting focus for the town, the club and its members have also provided some invaluable support to people in difficulty over the years.

To celebrate the achievements of the players and the volunteers who run the club, Sam and Shauna cook a huge venison feast with their help. They make smoked steak sandwiches with Caerphilly cheese and a Kentucky-style stew known as a burgoo with grilled venison tenderloin and a broccoli slaw.

As part of their mission to promote sustainable meat sources Sam and Shauna take part in a controlled deer hunt to manage the herd.

29 minutes

Last on

Sat 4 May 2019 11:30



Role Contributor
Presenter Sam Evans
Presenter Shauna Guinn
Executive Producer Matthew Tune
Director Barry Hecker


  • Mon 29 Apr 2019 19:30
  • Sat 4 May 2019 11:30