Podcast: Tackle the Tough Stuff featuring Paul Wood, Peter Mata’utia and Elijah Taylor

Tackle the Tough Stuff

Tackle the Tough Stuff Round returns this weekend in Super League.

This week, host George Riley and deputy editor Drew Darbyshire speak with Paul Wood, Peter Mata’utia and Elijah Taylor about Tackle the Tough Stuff.

Wood made more than 350 career appearances during his career, and won the Challenge Cup twice with Warrington. The former England international discusses his journey from the rugby field to his new chapter, working with Rugby League Cares.

The 40-year-old has been delivering Offload fixtures since 2019.

Meanwhile, Salford captain Taylor and Warrington centre Mata’utia discuss their stories ahead of the Tackle the Tough Stuff round.

The pair also discuss the latest week of action, including the Championship promotion push and Hull KR’s future with Tony Smith in 2022.

More on Tackle the Tough Stuff

The outstanding support given to the sport’s communities by Rugby League Cares and the Rugby League Benevolent Fund will be celebrated across dedicated rounds of Super League, Championship and League 1 fixtures this weekend.

Round 13 will see return of the Tackle the Tough Stuff campaign and a focus on mental and physical wellbeing. Super League in partnership with Rugby League Cares will highlight some of the most pressing issues surrounding physical and mental health.

The next round kicks off at the Halliwell Jones Stadium as Warrington host St Helens.

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About Josh McAllister 1532 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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