Norfolk rugby legend Ben Youngs is set to give podcast listeners the inside scoop on his esteemed career.

Youngs, 34, has announced the imminent release of his new series, For the Love of Rugby, alongside his long-time England and Leicester Tigers team-mate Dan Cole.

“After years of him asking me, I’ve finally agreed to do a podcast with Dan Cole," the former Holt and North Walsham junior said in a post on X.

"We'll be taking you inside the life of a rugby player and remembering why we fell in love with the game.”

Cawston-born Youngs, whose family still live near Aylsham, retired from international rugby last year as a World Cup bronze medallist and England's most capped player, with 127 to his name.

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The scrum-half committed to staying with Leicester for a 19th season though, when he signed a new contract in December.

Cole also has more than 100 caps and was recently chosen for England’s Six Nations squad. 

With the first episode set for release tomorrow, the duo say they will provide insight into what really goes on in an England rugby camp.