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Andrew Abdo: We're blown away by the fans

The NRL's CEO Andrew Abdo is making a habit of joining Andrew Moore and team from big Rugby League events. Having chatted from pitch side in Las Vegas he joined the boys again from Magic Round to express how he's still shocked by the passion fans have displayed to shown up and attend the festivals of football. He also ran through plenty of other topics like the state of refereeing after more controversial decisions, the thinking behind how they'll decide where an 18th team will go and how they can make the Vegas experience bigger and better.
5/18/202411 minutes
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Kevin Walters: We as a club are behind Payne

Brisbane notched up another gritty win on the first night of Magic Round edging out Manly thanks to a Jock Madden field goal. Madden is winning plenty of new fans and coach Kevvie Walters told Andrew Moore and the team he's expecting to see more from him as he deputises for the injured Adam Reynolds. Broncos and New South Wales fans would have had their hearts in their mouths when gun prop Payne Haas limped off with what looked like a serious injury. As it was it was a short term knock and he got back on the field before the end of the match. Haas has also been dealing with the news that his father is in serious trouble having been arrested in the Philippines. Walters says the club have got his back and that they love him at the Broncos and they'll support him any way they can. 
5/18/202415 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'Will is really keen to stay, and that's a good starting point'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, Sydney CEO Tom Harley joins the team following the Swans 52 point win over Carlton.
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Sport and Spice - Brodie Grundy's wellbeing is as good as ever in Sydney

After a tough 2023 for his mental wellbeing, Sydney Swans ruckman Brodie Grundy is loving life in the harbour city and even finally settles the debate on Sydney vs Melbourne (vs Adelaide too). We chat about his part time acting, homophobia in the AFL, inclusion and the importance of passions off the field.It's also been a horror week for seemingly every sport in Australia so we'll sum that up and use the Women's State of Origin and a raccoon invading a soccer game as the shining lights.
5/17/20240
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Corbin & Ben - Childhood Hero

Corbin & Ben continue living it up in the NT ahead of Sir Doug Nicholls Round and running into celebrities left and right. Everything else slots into hot news / not news. Brett Deledio in his usual Thursday slot plus the boy's weekend previews.
5/16/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Has Nathan Cleary's injury saved James Tedesco's Origin career?

On InZane Rugby league this week, Zane Bojack and Sam Williams are joined by AAP journalist Joel Gould to discuss the possibility of Perth being the next NRL franchise. They also debate the need for transformative change in the bunker after poor decisions involving Jesse Bromwich and Harry Grant. NSW Women's State of Origin centre Jaime Chapman joins the show to preview Game 1 at Lang Park on Thursday night and 9-time Coolangatta Gold winner Ali Day previews Magic Round in our celebrity tipping segment. 
5/13/202422 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Darwin Double

Guests galore on Corbin & Ben as the boys are joined by Marc Murphy in his regular slot plus  NT legend Charlie King and Gold Coast Suns rising star Sam Clohesy in his first radio interview. All of the topics of the weekend are in flesh it out / throw it out.
5/13/20245 minutes
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Shane Flanagan: Michael Carayannis tipped us to run last!

St George Illawarra got a good win on the board in wet conditions against Souths at Kogarah in round 10. Coach Shane Flanagan told Andrew Moore and the team that he's happy with how the team is building under his stewardship. Flanagan said they are still in the early days of the transition and many of the key combinations are still developing. He set no target in terms of what place they should finish even though some unnamed Rugby League identities (it was Michael Carayannis) tipped them to get the wooden spoon - something Flanno is using to motivate the team.
5/12/202411 minutes
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AFL Sunday: 'It does take discipline week to week to front up to the boring stuff, but that's what makes good teams'

AFL Sunday with Matt Clinch, Cameron Ling and Jake Niall, discussing all the issues making news in the AFL in Round 9. On today's show, Western Bulldog Taylor Duryea after his side bounced back from a tumultuous week, thrashing Richmond by 91 points.
5/12/20240
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AFL Saturday - What should the NT AFL team be named?

Ben Cameron hosts a lively discussion about the future of the 20th AFL franchise and the possibilty of the Northern Territory hosting a side in the national competition. 
5/11/202421 minutes
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Jack Cole: I'm just trying to learn as much as I can

An injury to Nathan Cleary was the big news from Penrith's Round 10 win over the Bulldogs. It has big repercussions for the Panthers and also New South Wales. One positive is that it gives a opportunity to young half Jack Cole. He's been tipped as the natural successor for Jarome Luai and with another reserve half Brad Schneider also picking up an injury he's set to see a fair bit of 1st Grade action. Cole told Andrew Moore and team he's been loving being around top quality players and trying to improve his game.
5/11/20246 minutes
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Kevin Anderson: This is so important for Bush Footy

The Wests Tigers tenure in Tamworth is coming to an end with the Round 10 match against Newcastle being their final match on the current contract. Local MP, Ground announcer and amateur meteorologist Kevin Anderson is keen to see NRL football continue in the City and preferably with the Tigers. He joined Andrew Moore and the team under umbrellas on the sideline to say what having an elite team visit has done for the local community and explain why the NRL and local councils need to work together to make it happen.
5/11/20246 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'I think his best is better than anyone else'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, Tasmania Football Club inaugural CEO Brendon Gale, Port Adelaide defender Esava Ratugolea, and Bally has his say on where Demon Christian Petracca sits in the competition, following his 5 goal haul against the Blues on Thursday night.
5/11/20240
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Brendon Gale: 'This opportunity with Tasmania ... in the end it was irresistable'

Outgoing Richmond CEO Brendon Gale joins Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball on AFL Saturday, following his appointment as the Tasmania Football Club's inaugural CEO.
5/11/20240
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Sport and Spice - Bradman Best's 'missing piece' was his Indigenous culture

After finding out he was a Kamilaroi man when his grandma died, Bradman Best has embraced the culture and is learning everyday to try fill the "missing piece" in his life. We also talk about his dream Origin debut, his hopes for this year's series and Best commits to giving Lavender a tattoo if Newcastle win the NRL.There's also a big discussion on Brad Scott's comments regarding Tarryn Thomas, another homophobic slur in the AFL, A-League news and an all time Matilda great calls it a day.
5/10/20240
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Corbin & Ben - White-Anting

Corbin & Ben discuss the latest homophobic incident in the AFL. Everything else slots into hot news / not news. Brett Deledio in his usual Thursday slot plus the boy's weekend previews.
5/9/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Is the Badger criticism gender bias?

On InZane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack and Sam Williams are joined by Dolphins game development manager Shane Morris to discuss Wayne Bennett's impending arrival at the Bunnies, the Broncos future without Adam Reynolds, what's causing the spate of injuries to top players and what's behind the constant criticism of referee Kasey Badger. 
5/6/20247 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Disease of More

Corbin & Ben discuss everything out of round eight in flesh it out / throw it out. In Mad Monday's with Murph, Marc Murphy talks captaincy, the Blues, Lance Whitnall's sneaky after training snacks and more. 
5/6/202455 minutes
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Kylie Watson-Wheeler: It's too early in the season for us to panic or for us to make rash decisions

Western Bulldogs president Kylie Watson-Wheeler joined Matt Clinch and Raf Epstein on the ABC Radio Melbourne Morning show after pressure continues to mount on Head Coach Luke Beveridge following the team's poor performances this season.
5/6/20244 minutes, 27 seconds
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Brien Seeney: The big, contact, explosive injuries are definitely happening more as players get bigger, faster, stronger.

Over the weekend, the NRL Physio twitter account posted a very strong injured 17. Brien Seeney, who runs this account and is a guru across all NRL injuries joined Andrew Moore and the team. He thinks as players get more explosive and athletic, injuries will be more common.
5/5/202410 minutes, 27 seconds
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AFL Sunday: 'Last night we were able to stand up against one of the best in the competition'

AFL Sunday with Matt Clinch, Cameron Ling and Jake Niall, discussing all the issues making news in the AFL in Round 8. On today's show, Melbourne Coach Simon Goodwin joins the team after the Demons became the first side to topple the Cats this season.
5/5/20240
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"I think Ben (Cousins) deserves to be in the Hall of Fame" - Paul Fitzpatrick

Outgoing West Coast Eagles Chair Paul Fitzpatrick joined the ABC Sport team for a chat ahead of the match between West Coast and Essendon at Perth Stadium.
5/4/202413 minutes, 51 seconds
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Gavin Badger reflects on the past and looks the future of refereeing

Gavin Badger has been the best referee in the game and now he is the NSWRL Community Football Referees Development Officer helping to develop the next generation of referees.
5/4/202413 minutes, 23 seconds
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AFL Saturday: 'It's very difficult in any sport to win back to back'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, Collingwood Premiership Coach Craig McRae joins the team following the Magpies 6 point win over Carlton in front of over 88,000 fans at the MCG.
5/4/20240
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Elliott Whitehead on one of his best Raiders comebacks

Canberra Raiders captain and second-rower, Elliott Whitehead says it's one of the better comebacks he's been involved with at the club.
5/4/20246 minutes, 52 seconds
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Elliott Whitehead on one of his best Raiders comebacks

Canberra Raiders captain and second-rower, Elliott Whitehead says it's one of the better comebacks he's been involved with at the club.
5/4/20246 minutes, 52 seconds
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Craig McRae on AFL Saturday

Collingwood Premiership coach Craig McRae joins AFL Saturday to reflect on Friday night's win against Carlton. He chats to Corbin Middlemas, his predecessor as a Pies Premiership coach Mick Malthouse and member of the selection panel that picked him Luke Ball. 
5/4/202418 minutes
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Sport and Spice - Isobel Borlase pressed pause after her WNBA drafting

Future Aussie basketball star Isobel Borlase just got drafted to the WNBA but the 19yo has pressed pause and decided to wait a year to give herself the best shot. We chat about that decision, Olympic dreams, playing against Caitlin Clark and with Lauren Jackson and get the lowdown on her super successful sporting family.Lavender is back so we'll indulge in some of her Euro Spring highlights plus discuss why the AFL missed the mark in their efforts to recognise gendered violence.
5/3/20240
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Blayke Brailey - It's great to be spoken about for NSW

Cronulla Sharks hooker Blayke Brailey says he has spoken to NSW State of Origin coach Michael Maguire a couple of times.
5/2/202410 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Secret Herbs & Spices

Corbin & Ben discuss gender-based violence and the AFL's attempts to shine a light on the need for change. Everything is in hot news / not news. Plus Hamish Brayshaw's open letter to the AFL. Brett Deledio in his usual Thursday slot and more. 
5/2/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Is the long kick-off dead as a dodo?

On Inzane Rugby League this week Zane Bojack and former Raiders half Sam Williams are joined by Melbourne Storm prop Christian Welch to debate the merits of the long kick-off in the wake of Moses Suli's serious concussion in the opening seconds of the Anzac clash between the Roosters and the Dragons. 
4/29/202413 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Emotional Baggage

Corbin & Ben discuss the lengthy ANZAC Appeal Round, Rory Sloane's retirement and more in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy is in for a very humorous edition of his weekly segment. Plus Corbin ranks his five favourite themed rounds in put five on it. 
4/29/202455 minutes
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Billy Walters: I'll butter him up and buy him an expensive Father's Day gift

Last Year's beaten Grand Finalists the Brisbane Broncos are starting to hit their straps particularly with some of their big names returning to the side. Hooker Billy Walters is becoming increasingly important to the club and he told Andrew Moore and the team that the heartbreaking GF loss to Penrith took some getting over. He looks likely to sign a new deal to stay at Brisbane and even though his Dad and head Coach Kevvie Walters is likely to stay out of the contract talks Billy says he might try and sweeten the deal!
4/28/20247 minutes
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AFL Sunday: 'We'll be managing our list to be able to perform when it counts'

AFL Sunday with Matt Clinch, Cameron Ling and Jake Niall, discussing all the issues making news in the AFL in Round 7. On today's show, Geelong Premiership star Mitch Duncan joins the team after the Cats beat the Blues in front of over 87,000 fans to remain undefeated on top of the ladder.
4/28/20240
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Shane Richardson: I came here to stop the bleeding

Wests Tigers made a couple of big signings in the past week. They have landed gun Penrith winger Sunia Turuva but perhaps even more importantly experienced NRL administrator Shane Richardson signed a 4 year deal. The Tigers have endured plenty of turmoil on and off the pitch in recent seasons but are looking for more stability. He told Andrew Moore and the team he thinks they've turned the corner and that he's confident more players want to be at the club with a brighter future ahead (including Stefano Utoikamanu!)
4/27/202413 minutes
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Dale Finucane: My MRI wasn't typical for a 30 year old bloke

Popular Cronulla forward Dale Finucane had to pull the pin on his NRL career with immediate effect on medical advice. The 32 year old won 2 competitions in his time with the Melbourne Storm and represented New South Wales in State of Origin 5 times. He told Andrew Moore and the team how it was a tough decision to step away from the game with his Sharks top of the NRL ladder. He also said that despite debate around kick off returns leading to concussions he's not keen to see that part of the game changed.
4/27/202412 minutes
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Beau Fermor: It was nice to be able to defend our way to a win

The Gold Coast Titans haven't had much to smile about this season but training will be much happier after notching up a first win of the season on ANZAC Day. The win over the Warriors looked like it might have been following a familiar pattern as the New Zealanders started to eat into the Titans' lead. Back rower Beau Fermor told Andrew Moore and the team how pleasing it was to see the team stand firm and pick up a first win of the 2024 season.  
4/27/202411 minutes
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David "Cement" Gillespie: "Terry Hill would thrive in today's game"

The sad news of the passing of Terry Hill shocked many in the world of Rugby League but none more so than his former team-mate David Gillespie.  The man known as Cement was with the former NSW and Australia representative just a week before his death in the Philippines. Gillespie told Andrew Moore and the team about his time spent with Hill from the early days of their careers to the highest levels of the game. He was in no doubt that Hill would have thrived in the modern game - even if some of his off field antics ma have been curtailed.  
4/27/202412 minutes
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Connor Watson: "It's been so good to be back out there"

One of ABC Sport's favourite's Connor Watson is back in the thick of things at the Roosters after his lengthy injury lay-off. He picked up a point in the ABC Player of the Year Awards in the ANZAC Day thrashing of St George Illawarra. He told Andrew Moore and the team how much he's enjoying his football whatever his role might be for the team. He also sang the praises of Sam Walker but might be a bit worried that his nickname for big forward Nat Butcher seems to have caught on with the commentary team!
4/27/202410 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'I have no end date'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, it's Coaches Corner. Port Adelaide Coach Ken Hinkley and GWS Coach Adam Kingsley both join the team after coaching their sides to victory on this Anzac Day Round.
4/27/20240
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Sport and Spice - Sydney FC's Nat Tobin had to learn to be selfish

The most successful Sydney FC player ever suffered the dreaded ACL injury this season so has learned some big lessons. We chat to Nat Tobin about balance in life, the juggle for a female footballer while the game grows, Matildas dreams and why Tobin had to be selfish at times this season.Georgia Rajic fills in again and we debate the draw in AFL, an angry Danny Ric, Olympic grommets and find out that somewhat incredibly, sports bras might be linked to ACL injuries!
4/26/20240
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Full Call: Jamie Elliott's Mark of the Year contender

Hear the call of Jamie Elliott's Mark of the Year contender during Collingwood's ANZAC Day clash with Essendon.
4/25/20241 minute, 47 seconds
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Hear the final 3-minutes of the ANZAC Day blockbuster

On the 20-year anniversary of the first ANZAC Day blockbuster Collingwood and Essendon repeat history.
4/25/20243 minutes, 27 seconds
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Pendlebury: It's an absolute privilege to play on ANZAC Day

Collingwood's Scott Pendlebury is joined by his premiership coach Mick Malthouse ahead of the ANZAC Day blockbuster and his upcoming 10,000th disposal.
4/25/20244 minutes, 47 seconds
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InZane Rugby League - Should Jack have been whacked?

On Inzane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack, Sam Williams and Clinton Schifcofske discuss the tunnel tussle between Jack Hetherington and Reed Mahoney which saw Hetherington charged for contrary conduct. 
4/22/20243 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Quarter Pole

Corbin & Ben do their quarter pole now that every team has played six games. All of the topics out of round six go into flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy joins for his usual Mad Monday's with Murph segment and more.
4/22/202455 minutes
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Peterson: North haven't shown any growth from last year

Carlton AFLW captain Kerryn Peterson and 2x All-Australian Brett Deledio analyse the state of North Melbourne after their 45-point loss to Hawthorn left them as the only winless side after six rounds.
4/21/20244 minutes, 27 seconds
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NRL Sunday - Brad Schneider - I've come to Penrith to do a job

Penrith Panthers halfback Brad Schneider told Andrew Moore, Luke Lewis and John Gibbs that he knows his role as Nathan Cleary's understudy and relishes the chance to be a fill-in for one of the best players in the game. 
4/21/20249 minutes
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AFL Sunday: 'This next month is going to be an exciting month of footy ahead'

AFL Sunday with Matt Clinch, Cameron Ling and Jake Niall, discussing all the issues making news in the AFL in Round 6. On today's show, Carlton spearhead Charlie Curnow joins the team following the Blues impressive 19 point victory over GWS.
4/21/20240
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Akermanis: The guys who sit in the Brisbane box concern me

3x Premiership Lion Jason Akermanis didn't hold back in his criticism of his former club after their 26-point loss to Geelong at home.
4/20/20243 minutes, 33 seconds
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Andrew Dillon: I would love to have a system in place where we don't need priority picks

The CEO of the AFL, Andrew Dillon, joined Clint Wheeldon and the team pre-match over at Perth Stadium ahead of the Western Derby. Dillon spoke about how the draft system needs to be easy to understand for fans, how big the derby is in the West, and how the AFL can build a marque feature in WA.
4/20/202417 minutes, 11 seconds
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Tyrell Sloan: My Legs Were Gone, I almost tripped

Zac Lomax has begun his St George Illawarra farewell tour in style, starring for the Dragons in an upset 30-12 win over the Warriors. St George Illawarra fullback Tyrell Sloan joined Andrew Moore and the team to chat about the Dragon's performances this year, how last year's ANZAC day preparations went, and how Tyrell helps the local community.
4/20/202412 minutes, 47 seconds
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Matt Cameron: We would love to go to Vegas

Ahead of the Panthers clash at Bathurst, Penrith CEO Matt Cameron joined Andrew Moore and the team to talk about a range of issues and topics. He spoke about the relationship Penrith has with Bathurst and their hope to bring another game next year to the Western Regions alongside the Bathurst game. He also spoke about James Fisher-Harris's move to the Warriors,  and how they had too much respect for James to ask the Warriors for compensation.
4/20/202413 minutes, 34 seconds
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AFL Saturday: 'I think we should have paid that one last night'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, former AFL Umpire Dean Margetts has his say on the controversial no free kick call that saw Essendon hang on to defeat Adelaide by 3 points Friday night. And Collingwood Premiership defender Jeremy Howe joins the team ahead of the Magpies clash with Port Adelaide at the MCG.
4/20/20240
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Sport and Spice - Nathan Blacklock can still backflip!

One of the greatest NRL wingers ever joins us to discuss his journey from Tingha to the big time, his unlikely debut, the racism he experienced at St George and that trademark backflip. From skipping Sunday school to play Rugby League to undefeated high school teams, it's a memorable story!There's also plenty to chat about as Ajay Williams fills in for Lavender with the Finlayson story rearing it's head again, a surfing goat retires, another medical retirement in the AFL and Australia's bland Olympic ceremony outfits.
4/19/20240
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Corbin & Ben - What's Up, Brother?

Corbin & Ben realise they are old as they had to catch up on the Skech trend taking over the internet. All of the topics of the week slot into hot news / not news. Brett Deledio joins the boys on his 37th birthday and reminsces about Damien Hardwick wrestling his players, Ben Cousins at the Tigers and previews the footy. 
4/18/202455 minutes
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IRL: Clyde - Blues could have won 8 series in a row without the Super League war

Canberra Raiders legend and New South Wales Rugby League Hall of Fame member Bradley Clyde joined Zane Bojack and Sam Williams on Inzane Rugby League this week to talk about his amazing career and the impacts injury  and the Super League war had on his life. 
4/15/202412 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Wrecking Ball

Ben delivers a spray for Corbin who forgot his media pass on the trip down to Geelong. Everything from the weekend is in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy joins for his regular segment Mad Mondays with Murph.
4/15/202455 minutes
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Ian Roberts: Malcolm Reilly asked me to play for Great Britain

As part of ABC Sport's look back at the last full Kangaroos tour in 1994 Andrew Moore caught up with one of the great front rowers - Ian Roberts. They talk about his current work with the Qtopia Museum, dealing with his sexuality as a young gay player in the 1990s and the effect that English footballer Justin Fashanu had on him. They did get to the Kangaroos tour too and spoke about some of the talent in that squad, the battle that the British team gave them and how he could have been lining up against Australia!
4/15/202420 minutes
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Junior Paulo: Winning Solves Everything

Parramatta grabbed a much needed win over North Queensland after back-to-back losses. Without injured playmaker Mitch Moses many people feared for the Eels season but big forward Junior Paulo says its been important for the senior players to keep the squad upbeat. He told Andrew Moore and team that that they just needed to find a way to win against the Cowboys.
4/14/20249 minutes
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Dallin Watene-Zelezniak: I try and save it for the weekend

Dallin Watene-Zelezniak is one of the more spectacular wingers in the NRL and he added a couple more tries to his 2024 tally in the Warriors 22-22 draw with Manly. But he told Andrew Moore and the team that he's getting a bit old (at 28!) to be practicing acrobatic leaps into the corner and just hopes he can pull it off on game day. He also denied he tries for intercepts despite scoring from one against Manly. He also talked about the unbelievable job that coach Andrew Webster has done at the club and how he seems to be getting the best out of all the players. He reminisced about the time he ran over the top of Luke Lewis.
4/14/202410 minutes
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Toby Rudolf: If you win and you learn, and if you learn you do not lose

Cronulla sit top of the NRL ladder after the round 6 win of South Sydney and front rower Toby Rudolf was delighted to see his side notch up another win. He dispensed some of his wisdom to Andrew Moore and the team and explained why he doesn't answer Luke Lewis' calls. He also sang the praise of double try scorer Ronaldo Mulitalo and the talked up the leadership skills of Cam McInnes - despite the fact that the captain has "a head like a beat up sandwich".
4/14/20249 minutes
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AFL Sunday - it's great to listen to these moments

Elated Adelaide forward Ben Keays joins Matt Clinch and Cameron Ling to celebrate the Crows' first win of the season.
4/14/202454 minutes
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Kobe Hetherington: You don't want to be the 2nd best team in this area

The Broncos won the Battle of Brisbane against the Dolphins in what was a tight tussle in the 1st half before the home side kicked away. It was a tough forward encounter and Brisbane forward Kobe Hetherington was in the thick of the arm wrestle. He told Andrew Moore and team how the rivalry is building in just its 2nd year. He also spoke about the impact of a fit again Reece Walsh, how Jock Madden has stepped up to replace Adam Reynolds and gave some solid advice to team-mate Jaiyden Hunt about how to score tries.
4/13/20248 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'The most pleasing part was that we were able to respond'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Brent Harvey, tackling all the big issues making news in the AFL this week. On today's show, Essendon Coach Brad Scott joins the team following the Bombers impressive 29 point win over the Western Bulldogs.
4/13/20240
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Sport and Spice - Mavericks Liv Lewis on netball inclusion and new rivals

There's a new team in the Super Netball and we speak to the Melbourne Mavericks vice captain Liv Lewis about spicy rivalries, the importance of inclusion in netball and the resilience of the players after a turbulent end to 2023.Georgia Rajic jumps in to host with Declan and they discuss homophobia in the AFL after the Finlayson incident, the Matildas win, Masters fever and why a captain's challenge wouldn't work in the AFL.
4/12/20240
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Aidan Sezer: Us Older guys have a duty of care to the youngsters

Aidan Sezer is loving life back in the NRL with the Wests Tigers after spending 4 years in the UK. The experienced half back is playing a key role in helping the young guns in the Tigers' back line develop. Sezer and captain Api Koroisau are the old heads amongst young guns Jahream Bula, Lachie Galvin and Jayden Sullivan. He also told Andrew Moore and the team how much he's enjoying playing for Benji Marshall and how he thought his chance to come back to the NRL might have passed him by 
4/11/20247 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - 'Kolt' Figure

Has Corbin been cheating on the show?  The boys discuss the Jeremy Finlayson three-week punishment with Corbin able to provide his personal take on the saga. Everythign else is in hot news / not news. Brett Deledio is in his usual slot. Plus a worldwide exclusive! 
4/11/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - We have to set a standard and not celebrate Jennings

On InZane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack and former Raiders half Sam Williams are joined by 9-time Jillaroo and 7-time Maroon Jo Barrett to discuss the domestic violence and sexual assault issues associated with 300-gamer Michael Jennings. 
4/8/202414 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Jam Gate

Corbin & Ben are back from Adelaide reflecting on their Gather Round escapades. They discuss the three venues used, Jam gate, Nick Daicos' reading habits and more. Every talking point is in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy joins for his usual Monday segment. 
4/8/202455 minutes
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Jayden Brailey: I was bottling things up for a long time last year

Newcastle hooker Jayden Brailey is enjoying his NRL football more than ever after recovering from a ruptured ACL. It was the second time he'd sustained the injury on the same knee and he was out for almost a full year. He told Andrew Moore and team how hard the rehabilitation process was and how he had to work as hard on the mental side of things as the physical. He credits his fiance, his sports psychologist and his coach at the Knights Adam O'Brien with helping him through a challenging process.
4/7/202412 minutes
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Michael Maguire: I've worked out the game plan - we've just got to make sure we execute it!

While State of Origin  is still a couple of months away for New South Wales coach Michael Maguire he's already deep into his preparations. The new Blues coach talked to Andrew Moore and the team about a tumultuous 18 months or so in his coaching journey, how he's been prepping himself for his first team and why he's keen to develop a wider squad. He also talked about trying to bottle what Luke Lewis showed to him around the emotion of representing his state.
4/7/202413 minutes
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Graham Annesley: The vast majority of the decisions the bunker makes are correct

There's always something to discuss with refereeing and controversial incidents in the NRL and there were plenty in the Bulldogs win over the Roosters alone. The NRL's Head of Elite Football Completions Graham Annesley is the man who has to front the media to discuss the big moments and he joined Andrew Moore and team to talk through the what happened at Stadium Australia. He said the Match Review committee won't take further action against Victor Radley. He also backed the bunker to get most things right.
4/6/202412 minutes
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Cliff Lyons: I hope DCE goes on to play another 100 games for Manly

Daly Cherry-Evans will break Cliff Lyons appearance record when he runs out for Manly against Penrith. But despite getting his mark surpassed Lyons told Andrew Moore and the team he's delighted to see DCE go past him. He also talked about his admiration for the player and how he used to stalk him in the younger days!
4/6/20245 minutes, 50 seconds
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AFL Saturday: 'It's people coming from across the border that are bringing the event to life'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Adam Ramanauskas. On today's show, South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas on the success of the second year of Gather Round, and West Coast CEO Don Pyke ahead of the Eagles clash against the Swans.
4/6/20240
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David Koch - "You could call them the Norwood Crows"

Port Adelaide Chair David Koch joined the ABC Sport team at Adelaide Oval ahead of his team's clash with Essendon at Gather Round.
4/5/202419 minutes, 22 seconds
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Sport and Spice - Harley Windsor on the Olympic village and personal tragedy

Harley Windsor has experienced the glory of figure skating and the personal devastation as well with the death of his pairing partner. We chat to the kid from Western Sydney and how he found the ice as a kid, how he paired up with a girl from Russia and how he dealt with her death and the funding issues that Australian skating athletes face. We also get the inside word on the juiciest side of the Olympics - the Village!There's also boxing, Brisbane 2032 and April Fools chat all on the cards as Ajay Williams joins the show while Lav is away.
4/5/20240
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Anthony Seibold: We've worked hard on staying mentally neutral

Manly's strong start to the season in the NRL has hit the buffers with opening wins over Souths and the Roosters being followed by defeats to the Eels and Dragons. Coach Anthony Seibold says they've been working hard not to get carried away with their wins or losses. He also told Andrew Moore about the emotion around Daly Cherry-Evans upcoming club appearances record, the frustration around the mistakes that cost them the points against the Dragons and the impact Luke Brooks has had at the club.
4/4/202411 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Jambo Jet

Corbin & Ben are LIVE from from Adelaide Oval to kick off Gather Round. Everything from the weekend is in hot news/not news. Brett Deledio joins the boys and Rod Jameson welcomes them to Adelaide. Ben puts five on his favourite things about South Australia. 
4/4/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: The Bunker should be blown up

On InZane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by former Raiders star Sam Williams and rugby league writer and podcaster Joel Spreadborough to discuss the constant blunders made by the bunker including the disallowed try to Joey Manu on Easter Thursday due to Dylan Edwards making contact with Jared Waerea-Hargreaves. 
4/1/20246 minutes
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Jeremy Marshall-King: There might be some phone calls and a bit of banter

The Dolphins picked up another good win in round 4 of the NRL against the hapless Titans with Jeremy Marshall-King having another good game. He joined Andrew Moore and the team to talk about what coach Wayne Bennett had told them after their heavy round 1 defeat by the Cowboys, his aim to play finals football and the expectation on the team this season. He also talked about his round 5 meeting with big brother Benji and his Wests Tigers team and whether he will try and wind him up now he's a head coach!
3/31/202413 minutes
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Kyle Flanagan: Our sole focus is making sure the club wins

St George Illawarra's up and down season continued with a big win over Manly in round 4. The Dragons are definitely a work in progress under new coach Shane Flanagan and his son and the club's five-eighth Kyle Flanagan would have been delighted with the way the match went. Kyle spoke to Andrew Moore and the team about how much it meant to beat a team like Manly and what it's like playing for his Dad.
3/31/202411 minutes
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Martin Offiah: Careers will be forgotten but moments last forever

As part of his look back at the last full Kangaroos tour of the UK and France in 1994 Andrew Moore has been catching up with the key figures involved. He spoke with the Great Great Britain star Martin Offiah about his remarkable career - how he was plucked from a Rugby 7s match by Widnes, had never seen Rugby League before his debut and yet went on to score over 500 tries and end up with a statue outside Wembley Stadium. He talks over his time in Australia with the Roosters and Dragons, why he loved being called a freak by Darrell Eastlake and about his experiences taking on the Kangaroos.
3/31/202418 minutes
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AFL Sunday - Two Saturday Specials

Essendon and Melbourne secured thrilling victories on Easter Saturday. Matt Clinch and Cameron Ling look at both games with Bombers' captain Zach Merrett joining to speak about the win.
3/31/202454 minutes
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Kevvie Walters: We were inspired by the Panthers

Many people had written the Broncos off going into their round 4 NRL Queensland Derby against the Cowboys. Injuries to Superstars Reece Walsh, Payne Haas and Brendan Piakura meant that a previously unbeaten North Queensland started as favourites. But coach Kevvie Walters told Andrew Moore and the team that they saw how Penrith shrugged of key injuries and got on with the job. He also he'd be willing to have a look at Luke Lewis' CV - if Lewey could be bothered to write one! 
3/30/202413 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Silly Saturday

Corbin & Ben for your Saturday. Everything in footy fits into flesh it out / throw it out. Former Carlton captain and 300-gamer Marc Murphy with all of his insights. Dual Fyfe is the feature guest 
3/30/202444 minutes
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Tom Burgess: You only seem to get me on when I score a try!

South Sydney will have a far happier weekend after a much needed & hard fought win over the Bulldogs on Good Friday. Prop Tom Burgess scored the Bunnies first try and took a break from jack-hammering his front garden to talk to Andrew Moore and the team. He talked about his expectation for his final year at Souths, why he chose to to go Huddersfield rather than join his brother at Warrington and ducking Moorey on the end of year cruise!
3/30/202412 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'The extreme commentary around I wouldn't want my 18 year old to play AFL, what absolute nonsense that is'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, the team have their say on the drugs furore dominating the headlines this week. And Mitch McGovern from Carlton chats to the guys following the Blues impressive 56 point win over North Melbourne on Good Friday.
3/30/20240
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Sport and Spice - Mitch Duke on Socceroo goals and Messi's pee

After losing to Argentina in the World Cup, Mitch Duke sat in a drug testing room with Lionel Messi for over an hour, got his warm up jersey, took a sneaky photo of him and saw his pee. On a more serious note, we hear what it's like living on the other side of the world to your kids, why his Dad used to wake him up before 6am as a teen and why his Socceroo teammates call him grandpa.We also hear about Lavender's best week ever at the Formula 1, discuss the AFL illicit drug story from the week and come up with names for the AFL's newest DJ's.
3/28/20240
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Aaron Warburton: We thought we were front runners for an NRLW spot

2 new teams have been added to the NRLW ranks for 2025. The Warriors return having been forced to drop out of the competition during the COVID disrupted years. And for the 1st time the Bulldogs will enter a team. Chief Executive Aaron Warburton was confident they would be brought into the fold due to the amount of work they have out in over the past 2 years. He also told Andrew Moore and the team he's expecting the bulk of their players to come from within their growing junior ranks.
3/28/202410 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Peter Perfect

Corbin & Ben for Thursday. The boys work their way through the bombshell story of the week regarding the illicit drug policy and everything else in hot news / not news. Brett Deledio in his usual slot. Plus the preview where Corbin is swinging a hot bat. 
3/28/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Did Parra milk a penalty for Turbo's NO TRY?

Tom Trbojevic's no-try that decided the Parra-Manly game was hotly debated on InZane Rugby League this week as Cowboys legend Laurie Spina joined Zane Bojack and AAP's Joel Gould. 
3/25/202459 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Please Explain

Corbin & Ben for your Monday. The AFL is dishing out please explains left, right and centre so Corbin & Ben give each other one to start. Everything making news is in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy in his usual Monday slot - Mad Monday's with Murph. Plus Corby deliver his top five players in the game in put five on it! 
3/25/202455 minutes
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Tom Dearden: The Broncos will be our biggest test of the year

North Queensland notched another big scoring win in round 3 of the NRL beating the Dragons 46-24 at Kogarah Oval. Co-Captain Tom Dearden was amongst the try scorers and was pleased to see his side come through after a another slow start. He also told Andrew Moore and team that the Queensland Derby against the Broncos next Friday will be their biggest challenge of the season despite the injuries that have hit the Brisbane team
3/24/20247 minutes
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Chris Heighington: As soon as we saw Galvin we knew he has a long term future

Former ABC Sport team member and current Wests Tigers Assistant Chris Heighington was delighted to see his current employers notch up a big win over Cronulla in Round 3. Winning hasn't been a regular thing for the Tigers in the past few years and the players needed printouts of the new club song to sing after the match! Heighn-Dog helped write that song and he was also responsible for trying to keep the players from losing their heads when some decisions went against them. He told Andrew Moore and the team that as soon as they saw young five eighth Lachie Galvin they knew they could build the team around him.
3/24/202411 minutes
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Cameron Ciraldo: The off-field bond is starting to show on the field

The Bulldogs produced a big win on multi-cultural round back at their spiritual home the Belmore Sports Ground. After starting 2024 with losses against the Eels and Sharks it was a relief to coach Cameron Ciraldo to see his players not only win but also shut the Gold Coast Titans out. He told Andrew Moore and the team that they have focused on their defence for the past 12 months. He also said the camaraderie between the group was starting to bear fruit in their performances.
3/24/202410 minutes
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AFL Sunday: What's the Wright penalty?

Essendon forward Peter Wright's collision with Sydney's Harry Cunningham is the major talking point from Saturday's action, but what should the consequence be?Matt Clinch, Cameron Ling and Jake Niall discuss the potential ramifications, while Christian Petracca is today's guest following Melbourne's dominant win against Hawthorn.
3/24/202454 minutes
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Luke Metcalf: Webby has really opened my eyes

The Warriors got on board with hard fought win over the Raiders in round 3 of the NRL in Christchurch. One of their stand-out players was five-eighth Luke Metcalf who is starting to bed in as a 1st grade player. Having struggled a lack of opportunity and then injury the former Shark is now looking at home in the NRL. And he told Andrew Moore and the team he credits his coach Andrew Webster with helping him see a different way of playing.
3/23/202410 minutes
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AFL Saturday: 'There should be a captain's call'

AFL Saturday with Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball. On today's show, Mick Malthouse calls for the introduction of a 'Captain's Call' on marks and free kicks. The team are joined by Inaugural Chair of the Tasmania Devils Grant O'Brien, and North Melbourne GM of Football Todd Viney looks ahead to the Kangaroos clash with Fremantle.
3/23/20240
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Sport and Spice - Luca Brasi's Tyler on the Tasmania Devils song

When the JackJumpers entered the NBL, local heroes Luca Brasi penned the theme song without invitation, so who better to speak to than Tyler from the band and hear his thoughts on everything Tasmania Devils. We chat about the name, jersey, logo, possible song ideas and how the footy team will hopefully unite the state.Lavender's in Melbourne for the Formula 1 so we'll go deep on F1 fever as well as ponder important questions like which are the horniest Olympics after Paris 2024 released their condom numbers for the village.
3/22/202455 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Krusty Demons

A special podcast only edition of Corbin & Ben. Reflections on the Monday night Tassie reveal. Everything else slots into hot news / not news. Brett Deledio joins in his regular Thursday slot and recalls a bake he recieved from Terry Wallace for going to Krusty Demons event the night before a game. 
3/21/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Dale Finucane - Unhinged

Cronulla Sharks co-captain and two-time premiership winning star with the Melbourne Storm - Dale Finucane joins Zane Bojack and Sam Williams on this week's episode of InZane Rugby League. 
3/18/20243 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Redemption Story

Round one - week two - of the AFL season is in the books and all of the big issues fit in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy drops by for his Monday slot in a big week of socialising for him. Corby drops a couple of very unique stats around Brodie Grundy and Carlton.
3/18/202455 minutes
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Tony Mestrov: Brookvale is not up to standard

After kicking off the NRL season in the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, it was back to the less salubrious surrounds of Brookvale Oval for Manly. CEO Tony Mestrov is only too aware that for all the character the ground has it falls well short of what is required for an elite sporting venue. He squeezed into the commentary box with Andrew Moore and the team to talk about trying to develop the ground without government help. He also confirmed that the San Francisco 49ers have a real interest in investing in the club and that Manly would love to return to Vegas in 2025.
3/17/202410 minutes
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Jamal Fogarty: Our patience and resilience has been better than last year

Canberra followed up a surprise round 1 win in Newcastle with a comfortable win over Wests Tigers in round 2. Some pundits thought they might struggle in 2024 with the loss of Jack Wighton but the way they have played so far suggests they have improved on 2023. Half back Jamal Fogarty has been impressive and he told Andrew Moore and the team that the biggest change has been in their approach to defence. 
3/17/20249 minutes
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AFL Sunday - what have sides shown us in their first outing?

Can Adelaide play finals if it struggles away from away? Where is Gold Coast at? Is the Collingwood premiership hangover real?
3/17/202454 minutes
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Mitch Kenny: I just try and help the team the best I can

Penrith hooker Mitch Kenny is modest to a fault. Helping the team the best he could against the Eels in the Panthers round 2 win saw him make a massive 58 tackles! The defending Premiers are aiming for a 4th straight title but Kenny says the players are trying not to think that far ahead. And he also told Andrew Moore and the team that the only downside from Penrith's performance were the try from Moses Leota and Isaah Yeo's cross kick try assist which the hooker says the rest of the players won't hear the end of!
3/16/20247 minutes
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AFL Saturday - 'What we will see is a whole host of other events come to Tasmania'

With a state election looming in Tasmania, the contentious new stadium is back in the spotlight. AFL CEO Andrew Dillon joins Corbin Middlemas, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball on AFL Saturday to talk Tasmania and all the big issues in the world of AFL. And Essendon CEO Craig Vozzo joins the team ahead of the Bombers Round 1 clash against Hawthorn.
3/16/20240
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Sport and Spice - Dual sport star Mon Conti thrives in "organised chaos"

Why play one sport professionally when you can do two? Mon Conti is the best AFLW player in the land and also dominates for the Melbourne Boomers in the WNBL so we chat to her about a life of "organised chaos", how many times she's been told to pick one and if the tipping point of doing just that is getting closer.We also discuss the French winning the fashion Olympics already, AFL's 'Opening Round' play, A-League threats and witness a truly magical installment of 'Connect 2'.
3/15/20240
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Corbin & Ben - Graveyard Shift

It is the usual AFL Season opener with Richmond and Carlton going head-to-head at the 'G. All the week's news is in hot news/not news. Brett Deledio answers some prickly questions in his weekly segment and more. 
3/14/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - PNG or Perth?

On InZane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack and Raiders legend Sam Williams are joined by the creator of Rugby League the Musical - Denis Carnahan, Warriors recruit Kurt Capewell and Boy Swallows Universe writer and producer Trent Dalton. 
3/11/202426 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Main Character Vibes

Corbin & Ben reflect on Opening Round and Mason Cox's main character vibes. Corby's travel tales from New Zealand while Ben has some of his own from Sydney. Plus Marc Murphy in his usual spot reflecting on Carlton's massive win and the sad news of his close mate Sam Docherty's third ACL injury
3/11/202455 minutes
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Grandstand At Stumps: Hagley Day 4

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through Australia's three-wicket victory in the second Test against New Zealand at Christchurch's Hagley Oval.
3/11/202428 minutes
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Grandstand At Stumps: Hagley Day 3

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day three of the second Test between New Zealand and Australia from Christchurch's Hagley Oval.
3/10/202428 minutes
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Ben Hunt: If we'd given a team that much ball last year we'd have let in 3 or 4 tries

St George Illawarra have some difficult seasons but fans would have been encouraged by the round 1 win over the Gold Coast. The Dragons 28-4 win saw great performances from Tyrell Sloan and Zac Lomax but skipper Ben Hunt took the 3 points in the ABC player of the year award. He told Andrew Moore and the team about his developing relationship with halves partner Kyle Flanagan, how impressed he was with the defensive resolve and took some advice from Luke Lewis about how to wind up coach Shane Flanagan. He also said he'd be interested in getting his hands on a Hawaiian shirt featuring the face of Matthew Elliott.
3/10/20248 minutes, 40 seconds
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Joey Lussick: We didn't want to be chasing our tails like last year

Parramatta lost 3 straight games at the start of the 2023 NRL season so starting 2024 with a win must be a relief. The Eels will also be very happy with the performance of hooker Joey Lussick in the 26-8 win over the Bulldogs. He told Andrew Moore and that the team were determined not to leave themselves at the wrong end of the ladder after the opening 5 rounds. He also holds his hands up as the most annoying of the Lussick brothers!
3/10/20248 minutes
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Peter V'landys: It's going to be one of the hardest decisions we've had to make

A week on from the NRL's Las Vegas season opener the Chair of the Australian Rugby League Commission Peter V'landys has had time to reflect on the success of the trip. He told Andrew Moore and the team they couldn't be happier with how year 1 worked. But he's keen to point out this is just the start of their American experience. He's hoping to expand the operation in the coming years to boost the broadcast deal, do a better deal with the wagering operators and even try and get more direct flights to Vegas from Australia. But he says one of the toughest calls they will have to make is which clubs get to make the trip next year!
3/10/202416 minutes, 20 seconds
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Sunday AFL - the right time to try the Opening Round concept

Sunday AFL is back for another season as Matt Clinch and Cameron Ling take you through the big moments from the first four games of the year. Collingwood's loss to GWS, Harry McKay's clutch goal and the concept of Opening Round are all on the agenda.
3/10/202454 minutes
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Josh King: It all starts with our defence

The Melbourne Storm kicked off 2024 with another opening round win - this season an 8-0 win over Penrith Panthers. Prop forward Josh King was outstanding for Melbourne picking up 3 points in the ABC Player of the Year award. He told Andrew Moore and team about his State of Origin aspirations, having Ryan Papenhuyzen back, the emergence of Joe Chan and how Craig Bellamy's defence first message is behind their good starts to the season. 
3/9/20247 minutes
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Mark Cannizzaro: People were paying attention

A week on from the ground breaking NRL season opener in Vegas people want to know what the reaction has been in America. Mark Cannizzaro covered the weekend in Vegas for the New York Post and told Andrew Moore how much he enjoyed his experience. He said he'll be tuning in again when the matches are shown on TV in the States. He also said he's had plenty of reaction from readers who were happy to see him covering the Rugby League
3/9/202414 minutes, 40 seconds
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Grandstand At Stumps: Hagley Day 2

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day two of the second Test between New Zealand and Australia from Christchurch's Hagley Oval.Marnus Labuschagne was dismissed for 90 thanks to a stunning catch, as Tom Latham and Kane WIlliamson combined to help New Zealand hold a 40-run lead at the close of play.
3/9/202427 minutes
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AFL Saturday - 'Proud is the word that comes to mind'

Carlton staged a remarkable come from behind win to overcome the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba on Friday night. Blues defender Nic Newman joins Ben Cameron, Mick Malthouse and Luke Ball on Saturday AFL, to discuss how his side turned a 46 point deficit into a 1 point victory. And GWS CEO David Matthews chats to the team ahead of tonight's clash against the reigning Premiers Collingwood.
3/9/20240
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Grandstand At Stumps: Hagley Day 1

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day one of the second Test between New Zealand and Australia from Christchurch's Hagley Oval.
3/8/202428 minutes
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Sport and Spice - Noemie Fox's Olympic dream is complicated and risky

Noemie Fox's road to the Olympics is far from straight forward -  competitor restrictions, one event to decide her fate and the fact that her sister Jess is the best to ever do it. Ahead of the big day in June, Noemie talks about the sacrifices she's had to make so far, the ups and downs of a competitive but loving relationship with sister Jess and awkward chats in cubicles with drug testers at 11pm.We also discuss a couple of heavier topics with racism in Las Vegas, Sam Kerr's run in with the police and finalise our bingo card for 2024.
3/8/20240
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AFL Traffic Light Game

ABC Grandstand's AFL experts Nathan Burke and Matthew Primus join Quentin Hull in pulling out their crystal balls to preview how each team will fare this AFL season in the Traffic Light Game.
3/7/202435 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Moomba Monarchs

A rare Wednesday drop for Corbin & Ben for their season preview episode. They reflect on the Jimmy Webster suspension, talk merchandise in the wake of Gary Ablett Senior's giveaway, play hot news/not news and are joined by a very special guest to talk footy with X marking the spot.
3/6/202455 minutes
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InZane Rugby League -Episode 2 2024 - Vegas Verdict

Zane Bojack, former Raiders legend Sam Williams and AAP journalist Joel Gould give their verdict on the NRL's Las Vegas adventure and discuss the contrary conduct charge levelled at Roosters forward Spencer Leniu for an alleged racist slur. 
3/4/202411 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - No Defence

Corbin & Ben with the footy just days away. Marc Murphy is in his usual Monday slot. Everything else like the Jimmy Webster bump is in flesh it out / throw it out. Plus a new segment - No Silly Questions.
3/4/202455 minutes
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Rachael Gunn - I'm still wrapping my head around it

A 36 year old University lecturer is about to become an Olympian. Rachael Gunn spoke to Quentin Hull on Summer Grandstand about what it's like to see Breaking make it into the Olympics and what she had to do to make it to Paris.
3/3/202413 minutes, 7 seconds
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Saya Sakakibara - I want to walk away feeling I've done my best performance

On Summer Grandstand with Quentin Hull, Australian BMX Rider Saya Sakakibara spoke about her journey with injuries after crashing out in Tokyo and what her road to the Paris Olympics looks like.
3/3/202412 minutes, 5 seconds
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Alistair Dobson - We've had a great Big Bash Summer

With the Australian Cricket summer coming to an end, Quentin Hull spoke to Alistair Dobson, the General Manager of the Big Bash leagues to have a look back at the season.
3/3/202411 minutes, 9 seconds
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Kane Pittman - Boomers fans are highly interested in what this means for Patty

Kane Pittman is an Australian NBA reporter for ESPN over in the United States. He joined Matt Clinch to talk about what's next for Patty Mills after Mills was waived by the Atlanta Hawks.
3/3/202414 minutes, 31 seconds
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Grant O'Brien - We have been focused on the launch

Inaugural Chair of the Tasmanian AFL Club Grant O'Brien joined Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to talk about the upcoming Tasmanian state election and if it will cause any issues for the new team. O'Brien also spoke about the team name, colours, and mascot.
3/3/20247 minutes, 45 seconds
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Scottie Pippen - The NBL is a great league for young players

Scottie Pippen won 6 NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls, he joined Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to talk all things basketball and to reminse over the the glory days.
3/3/20249 minutes, 45 seconds
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Cameron Ling - Can't wait, it's gonna be a terrific year

3 time Premiership player and ABC Sport expert Cameron Ling joined Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to preview the AFL that starts again this week.
3/3/202418 minutes, 44 seconds
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Grandstand At Stumps: Wellington Day 4 - Australia retain Trans-Tasman trophy

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty, Jim Maxwell and Bryan Waddle wrap up a dominant first Test victory to Australia, the tourists winning by 172 runs as Cameron Green was named player of the match. Nathan Lyon ended up claiming ten wickets for the match as he took six in the fourth innings to spin Australia to victory. The series heads to Christchurch and Hagley Oval with coverage beginning at 8:45am on Friday morning.
3/3/202443 minutes
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Grandstand At Stumps: Wellington Day 3 - Phillips five keeps Black Caps alive

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day three of the first Test between New Zealand and Australia from Wellington's Basin Reserve. Day three was highlighted by the off-spinners - first Nathan Lyon top scored with 41 for the visitors, and the Glenn Phillips took his maiden five wicket haul in Test cricket to give New Zealand the slimmest hope of victory. At stumps the hosts are 3/111, needing another 258 runs to win. 
3/2/202428 minutes
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Grandstand Rugby League 2024 Traffic Light Game

All the way from Las Vegas Andrew Moore, John Gibbs and Ryan Hoffman play the Traffic Light Game for the 2024 NRL season. How will your team fare?
3/2/202433 minutes, 9 seconds
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Grandstand At Stumps: Wellington Day 2 - Australian attack decimates New Zealand

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day two of the first Test between New Zealand and Australia from Wellington's Basin Reserve. The day began with Cameron Green and Josh Hazlewood's 116 run 10th wicket partnership, a record for Australia against New Zealand, and Green unbeaten on 174. The Australian bowlers then took little time to dismantle New Zealand for 179 to be batting again by the end of the day. However the tourists did lose Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne before the close of play. Australia are 2/13 at the end of day two, with a lead of 217 runs. 
3/1/202424 minutes
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Sport and Spice - Tallisha Harden is trading Jillaroos for USA Rugby League

NRLW superstar Tallisha Harden has achieved almost everything in women's Rugby League in Australia and now has her sights set on lifting USA Rugby League up to the next level. With Hawaiian heritage, Harden has likely played her last game in green and gold and is excited to help grow the game in the place where it all kicks off this weekend. Harden also tells us about her favourite week of the year recently captaining the Indigenous All Stars.As well, we'll find out why Lavender was at a musical instead of watching the Tillies, chat rogue footy snacks and preview a crazy season ahead in the Formula 1.
3/1/20240
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Grandstand At Stumps: Wellington Day 1 - Green ton leads Aussie fightback

Grandstand Cricket's Corbin Middlemas, Xavier Doherty and Bryan Waddle run you through all the action from day one of the first Test between New Zealand and Australia from Wellington's Basin Reserve. Matt Henry took four wickets for the home side, but it was Cameron Green's 103 not out that stole the show and led Australia to 9/279 at stumps. 
2/29/202424 minutes
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Scottie Pippen has a "long time bond" with Longley and Australia

Basketball legend Scottie Pippen is back on our shores and he chatted to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch about his journey to NBA success, the lifelong friendship with Bulls teammate Luc Longley, his love of Australia and the strength of basketball in this country right now.
2/27/202410 minutes, 18 seconds
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The perfect test cricket poem by Dean from Ball Park Music

At the end of the Australia v Pakistan series, as David Warner hung up his gloves in test cricket, Dean Hanson from beloved Aussie band Ball Park Music penned a poem about the test team. It is perfection, listen til the end.Sport and Spice with Declan Byrne and Lavender Baj is available every Friday for more goodies like this.
2/26/20245 minutes
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Beamsy and Britt - Saying goodbye to the 2023/24 summer

We've reached the end of the women's cricket season in Australia and it's time to wrap the 2023/24 summer up in a neat little bow. Tasmania have claimed their third-straight Ruth Preddy Cup in the 50-over Women's National Cricket League, as Heather Graham starred with the ball (3 wickets) and Nicola Carey powered the Tigers home with the bat. A match-winning century from Carey saw her earn POTM honours, whilst debunking the silly cricket superstition associated with scoring 'a Nelson' (111 runs). In India, the second season of the Women's Premier League has just got underway and although plenty of Aussies are featuring in the tournament again, none have really shone just yet.Beamsy and Britt discuss Tasmania's domestic dominance and ponder whether the Australian WPL imports might be a bit tired, before looking back on some of the broader talking points of the summer regarding new captain Alyssa Healy and the anticipation of a potentially shortened Women's Big Bash League next season.
2/26/202457 minutes, 25 seconds
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InZane Rugby League - Episode 1 2024 - Viva Las Vegas

Join Zane Bojack, former Raiders star Sam Williams and the Courier Mail's Peter Badel as they preview the 2024 NRL season and the opening round in Las Vegas. 
2/26/202425 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - 3Ds

Corbin & Ben return for 2024! Brett Deledio joins the boys for the first time of the year. Everything making news in AFL slots into flesh it out / throw it out. Ben puts out his 2024 news cycle bingo card and Corbin lists five things we should steal from the USA. 
2/26/202455 minutes
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Minjee Lee - I had to tweak my swing for my new equipment

Aussie golfer Minjee Lee has told ABC Sport how much work she's had to do in the off-season to accommodate a new equipment supplier. 
2/25/202420 minutes
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Cricket: WA stands for WINS AGAIN

Andrew Moore, Phil Jaques and Robin Chipperfield catch up with Western Australian batsman Hilton Cartwright, Western Australian coach Adam Voges and NSW Blues captain Moses Henriques following WA's 5-wicket win over New South Wales in the final of the One-Day Domestic Cricket competition in Sydney. 
2/25/202427 minutes
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Melissa Barbieri - Michelle Heyman should have started for the Matildas

Former Matilda and ABC Sport commentator Melissa Barbieri spoke to Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand about the Matildas 3-0 win over Uzbekistan in Tashkent in the opening leg of their Olympic Qualifying series. 
2/25/202412 minutes, 35 seconds
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Bryce Cotton - "It's too little too late because I don't want to play"

Perth Wildcats star Bryce Cotton chats to ABC Grandstand's Aaron Bryans about winning his 4th NBL MVP and the long standing dram surrounding his Australian citizenship.
2/24/202413 minutes, 50 seconds
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"Karen Tighe is the most authentic, caring and delightful person you could ever work with" - Tributes from around the sporting landscape for the retiring Karen Tighe

When Karen Tighe announced her retirement from ABC Sport after 35 years at the top of her game former colleagues, athletes and media personalities lined up to pay tribute. 
2/24/202438 minutes, 20 seconds
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Karen Tighe - The Final Interview - "I just have so much love for everybody"

After 35 years at ABC Sport, across both television and radio, the legendary Karen Tighe has called time on her distinguished career.  From hosting and covering Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Hopman Cup, reading the sports news on ABC TV and hosting Summer Grandstand on ABC Radio, Karen has done it all in a career in which she was a pioneer and trailblazer for women in sport and in the world of broadcasting. Karen sat down with long time colleague Quentin Hull, and a few special guests, to discuss her remarkable career at the ABC. 
2/24/202455 minutes
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Ray Warren - "I'm missing it dreadfully"

Australian sport broadcasting legend Ray Warren chats to ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch after he received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Australian Sports Commission Media Awards.
2/24/20248 minutes, 38 seconds
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Morgan Turinui - "This might be the last year we see the Melbourne Rebels"

Former Wallaby Morgan Turinui chats to ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch about the opening to the Super Rugby Pacific league and the future of the Melbourne Rebels.
2/24/20248 minutes, 44 seconds
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Lisa Sthalekar - "It's a completely different beast"

Former Australia Women's cricket captain and current mentor of the Women's Premier League side UP Warriorz Lisa Sthalekar chat's to ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch about this years WPL tournament.
2/24/202412 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dr Alan Pearce - "We can certainly do better with management of concussion"

Concussion expert Dr Alan Pearce chats to ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch about the retirement of premiership Demon Angus Brayshaw due to concussion issues.
2/24/20245 minutes, 19 seconds
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Matt Hill - "of all the races the first lady of racing has won, she's never won a Blue Diamond"

Australia's premier horse racing caller Matt Hill chats to ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch ahead of the famous Blue Diamond at Caulfield racecourse.
2/24/20247 minutes
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Mitch Marsh - ''There's no doubt there'll be a few changes"

Australia T20 men's captain Mitch Marsh joined ABC Grandstand's Matt Clinch to chat about the side's win in the second clash with New Zealand which secured them the series win.
2/24/20244 minutes, 36 seconds
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Sport and Spice - Dean from Ball Park Music's epic cricket poem

Lavender and Declan are back for 2024 and we've roped in Dean from Ball Park Music to deliver a poem to wrap up the summer of test cricket and just quietly, it's incredible!There's also a compare the pair of the weeks in AFL & NRL, an equestrian scandal for the ages and it's bring your boyfriend to work day for Mary Fowler.
2/23/20240
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs South Africa Test Review

Australia have won the multi-format women's series against South Africa 12 points to 4, after a huge Test victory in Perth by an innings and 284 runs. Annabel Sutherland's special double century and Darcie Brown's 5fa highlighted the Test match as both young players entertained the fans and gave a promising glimpse into the future of the Australian women's team.For the Proteas though, the situation was dire, as they slumped to their lowest Test innings total early on and struggled to build partnerships on a bouncy pitch. Major talking points include: Marizanne Kapp's omission through illness, Laura Wolvaardt's captaincy, and the long list of retirements that has resulted in a major loss of experience for South Africa due to a breakdown in relationship between its administration and its players.
2/20/202453 minutes, 50 seconds
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Brian Goorjian - the competition is there but we set our sights on gold

Australian Boomers coach Brian Goorjian speaks to Akash Fotedar about the high hopes for his team at the Olympics, while also saying he would be keen to coach domestically in Australia again.
2/18/202415 minutes
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Valentino Guseli - the adrenaline of going so high and safely landing is amazing

Fresh off winning halfpipe gold at the World Cup, Valentino Guseli explains to Karen Tighe why he loves the sport and what he's turning he's skills to while back in Australia.
2/18/202413 minutes
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Sandy Brondello - Lauren Jackson helping us to qualifying for another Olympics means so much

Australian Opals coach Sandy Brondello speaks to Karen Tighe about the relief of qualifying for the Paris Olympics and the legacy Lauren Jackson will leave after announcing her retirement. 
2/18/202415 minutes
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Claudia Hollingsworth - Olympics is a dream, but I'm taking it race-by-race

Teenager Claudia Hollingsworth reflects on her sub two-minute win in the 800m at the Maurie Plant Meet with Quentin Hull.
2/18/20249 minutes
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Chloe Logarzo - it's the verification I needed

Chloe Logarzo is back in the fold of the Matildas for their Olympic qualifiers with Uzbekistan. She chats to Quentin Hull about this selection, the current A-League season and how the national team will fare without Sam Kerr.
2/18/202415 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps Perth Day 3

Australia wrapped up a test match win by an innings and 284 runs ending South Africa's stubborn resistance in the final session on Day three. Clint Wheeldon, Sarah Elliott and Nicky Shaw wrap up the day's play, take in the official presentations and speak to both Captains - Laura Wolvardt and Alyssa Healey.
2/17/202428 minutes
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Phil Waugh - The Wallabies won't be successful if Super Rugby teams aren't

Rugby Australia CEO Phil Waugh talks to Quentin Hull about the future of the Melbourne Rebels, as well as the 'reset' rugby union in Australia is undertaking.
2/17/20249 minutes
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Spencer Johnson - my journey has been unique

Spencer Johnson is readying himself to head to India after scoring a $1.78 million contract to play in the IPL. He chats to Quentin Hull about going from being a landscaper to taking the field for Australia, and now playing in the IPL.
2/17/202417 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps - Perth Day 2

Clint Wheeldon, Michelle Goszko and Nicky Shaw recap the opening day of the Women's Test at the WACA ground; speaking with South Africa's Delmi Tucker and Australia's Annabel Sutherland.
2/16/202432 minutes, 38 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Perth Day 1

Clint Wheeldon and Nicky Shaw recap the opening day of the Women's Test at the WACA ground; speaking with South Africa's Masabata Klaas and Australia's Beth Mooney.
2/15/202432 minutes, 38 seconds
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs South Africa ODI Review

Australia lead the multi-format women's series 8-4 with just the Test match left to come. There have been a lot of firsts this series already, as South Africa claimed their maiden T20I and ODI victories against the Aussies, and now there will be another as the two teams meet in a Test match for the first time. Before we get there though, Beamsy and Britt discuss all the action from the one-day international matches, which saw Marizanne Kapp star with the bat. But is it boom or bust for the Proteas if Kapp doesn't perform? Other talking points include: the lack of media coverage for Ash Gardner's second Belinda Clark Award, reflections from Meg Lanning and Rach Haynes about the pressures of leading the Australian team, and Sophie Molineux's well deserved Test call-up after losing her national contract.
2/12/202450 minutes, 26 seconds
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Jodie Purves - 'I can't believe it's been 10 years'

Former Australian women's Test captain Jodie Purves chats to Karen Tighe to relive the last time the Australian women's side played a Test match in Perth.
2/11/202413 minutes, 24 seconds
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Damian Hough - 'it's a bit of a whirlwind right now'

Adelaide Oval curator Damian Hough joins Karen Tighe to chat about the upcoming T20 Mens Cricket World Cup in the USA and how his team has been tasked with preparing the pitches for the final in New York.
2/11/202415 minutes, 51 seconds
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Michele Timms - 'I'm in shock'

Former Australian basketballer and basketball hall of fame member Michele Timms joins Karen Tighe to share her reaction to the news that basketball legend Lauren Jackson will not be going to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
2/11/20248 minutes, 24 seconds
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Sophie Molineux - 'It was a call I was dreaming of and wasn't sure I would ever get'

Australian cricketer Sophie Molineux chats to Quentin Hull after being included in the squad for the Test match against South Africa in Perth.
2/11/202412 minutes, 9 seconds
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Mark Cannizzaro - 'I'll be fascinated to see what interest is generated, we're not a cricket nation'

New York Post sports columnist Mark Cannizzaro chats to Quentin Hull about the Football World Cup final being held in New Jersey in 2026, and about the build up to the T20 Cricket World Cup that's being held in the West Indies and the United States, and if there is any build up at all.
2/11/202414 minutes
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Michael Neser - 'I've been ready to go for a while now'

Australian cricketer Michael Neser chats to Quentin Hull after being included in the Test squad for Australia's tour of New Zealand later this month.
2/11/202412 minutes, 9 seconds
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Beau Busch - 'The players are certainly concerned at the moment'

Professional Footballers Association Co-Chief Executive Beau Busch chats to Quentin Hull in response to a break down in talks with the APL over league expansion
2/11/20249 minutes, 5 seconds
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Nick Garcia - 'I think we've got a great relationship'

New Australian Professional Leagues commissioner Nick Garcia chats to ABC Grandstand's Quentin Hull about the latest talking points in Australian Football, including whether or not goal line technology will be introduced and how the APL's relationship is with the PFA
2/11/202410 minutes, 6 seconds
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Kim Garth - 'I never thought I'd play Test cricket for Australia'

Australian fast bowler Kim Garth chats to Quentin Hull after Australia's 110 run smashing of South Africa in the 3rd Women's ODI at North Sydney Oval and looks ahead to the upcoming stand-alone Test at the WACA.
2/11/202412 minutes, 9 seconds
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Buck: We have to appreciate how great Mahomes is

6x Superbowl commentator Joe Buck joined Ben Cameron on Summer Grandstand to preview Superbowl LVIII.
2/10/20240
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David Croft: I expect Piastri to win a Grand Prix

Lead commentator for Sky's Formula 1 coverage David Croft joined Ben Cameron on Summer Grandstand to discuss the upcming 2024 season, Lewis Hamilton's move to Ferrari in 2025 and the hopes of our Australian drivers.
2/10/20240
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Fraser-McGurk: Why would I change?

Australia's newest One-Day batter Jake Fraser-McGurk joined Ben Cameron on Summer Grandstand to discuss his meteoric rise, Ricky Ponting's investment in him and his desire to play Test cricket.
2/10/20240
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Roger Rasheed: The game needed a fresh winner

Tennis coach Roger Rasheed joined Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to discuss Jannik Sinner's Australian Open victory.
2/4/20240
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Johnny Grave: We hope there's a change in the economic model

West Indies Cricket CEO Johnny grave joined Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to reveal the fallout of their Test win at the Gabba and the financial state of cricket in the Caribbean. 
2/4/20240
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Kiera Austin - 'We love taking it to them in front of an English crowd'

Australian Netballer Kiera Austin joins Brett Sprigg on Summer Grandstand, following the Diamonds undefeated run at the Netball Nations Cup in the UK.
2/3/20240
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Xavier Doherty - 'It's a special occasion when someone fulfils their dream'

Former Australian Spin Bowler Xavier Doherty joined Brett Sprigg on ABC Grandstand following Australia's 8 wicket victory over the West Indies, and the impressive debut of Xavier Bartlett.
2/3/20240
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs South Africa T20I Review

South Africa has gotten its first-ever victory against Australia in women's cricket but its the hosts that have won the T20 International component of the multi-format series to take a 4-2 lead overall. So far, it's felt like the tour has been The Beth Mooney Show, after the opening batter claimed two Player of the Match awards, became the new highest run-scorer at Manuka Oval, and also managed to steer her team home in the deciding T20I in Hobart whilst battling food poisoning. The Proteas have shown glimpses of greatness and new captain Laura Wolvaardt has learnt so much in such a small space of time, but they'll have their work cut out for them over the next couple of weeks as they take on Australia in the ODIs — the world number one team's strongest format. 
1/31/202440 minutes, 10 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Brisbane Day 4

The ABC Grandstand Cricket team analyse all the action from the fourth and final day of the second Test at the Gabba. Led by Shamar Joseph's unbelievable 7/68 with an injured toe the West Indies pulled off a historic upset victory over Australia by eight runs.
1/28/202432 minutes, 38 seconds
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Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee - Five Fabulous Finishes (Episode 5)

Throughout the summer of Test cricket we have been celebrating Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee - 50 years of calling cricket with the ABC. 
1/28/202422 minutes, 5 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Brisbane Day 3

Quentin Hull, Carl Hooper, Glenn McGrath and Phil Jaques analyse all the action from the third day of the second Test at the Gabba. Australia are 2/60 requiring 156 runs for victory.
1/27/202425 minutes
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Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee - Tour Diary (Episode 4)

The fourth episode of Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee celebration delves into his greatest stories whilst on tour.
1/27/202422 minutes, 18 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Brisbane Day 2

Listen to Grandstand at Stumps on ABC Sport as Quentin Hull, Carl Hooper, Glenn McGrath and Phil Jaques analyse the second day's play at the GABBA. 
1/26/202425 minutes
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Grandstand at Lunch: Trent Dalton

The very special guest on Day 2 of the Gabba Test against the West Indies is the Walkley award winning journalist turned best selling author Trent Dalton. His story of a colourful upbringing in 1980s Brisbane - Boy Swallows Universe - is now a global hit on Netflix. He spoke the Quentin Hull about growing up loving cricket, the West Indian team of the 1980s and how he still has to pinch himself about what is happening in his life.
1/26/202422 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps - Brisbane Day 1

Listen to Grandstand at Stumps on ABC Sport as Quentin Hull, Carl Hooper, Glenn McGrath and Phil Jaques analyse the first day's play at the GABBA. 
1/25/202425 minutes
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs South Africa Preview

The Australian women's cricket team are back on home soil and ready to play another multi-format series — this time against South Africa.The last meeting between these two sides was at the final of the 2023 T20 World Cup in Cape Town and we're hoping this contest will live up to equally as good an occasion. Player of the Match from that day Beth Mooney takes us back to relive that moment.The touring Proteas do have their work cut out for them though, with a new captain and lots of fresh faces in their side after a exodus of experience through mass retirement. So do they have what it takes to beat Australia? We take a closer look at their squad, hear about Ash Gardner's record-breaking year, while also updating the state of play in the WNCL and previewing the Governor General's XI.
1/22/202448 minutes, 45 seconds
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Lauren Parker - 'Getting back into sport is what has saved my life'

Australian para-triathlete and para-cyclist Lauren Parker chats to Karen Tighe after winning three gold medals at the Tour Down Under, and reflects on her road to recovery after surviving a serious accident.
1/21/202410 minutes, 50 seconds
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Michelle Goszko - 'She could play until she's 40'

Former Australian cricketer Michelle Goszko chats to Karen Tighe and gives her thoughts on the future of Ellyse Perry and the rapid rise of youngster Phoebe Litchfield.
1/21/20248 minutes, 28 seconds
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Snowboarder Tess Coady readies herself for World Cup event in Switzerland

Snowboarder Tess Coady readies herself for World Cup event in Switzerland
1/20/202410 minutes, 33 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Adelaide Day 3

All of the highlights, analysis and player reaction as Australia completed a comprehensive 10-wicket win over the West Indies in Adelaide.
1/19/202437 minutes, 43 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps - Adelaide Day 2

Listen to Grandstand at Stumps on ABC Sport as Andrew Moore, Carl Hooper, Tom Cooper and Stuart Clark analyse the second day's play at the Adelaide Oval. 
1/18/202425 minutes
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Grandstand at Tea: Tahlia McGrath - Indian pitches spin so much!

Adelaide Strikers captain and newly appointed Australian TEST vice-captain Tahlia McGrath spoke to Andrew Moore during the Tea Break at Adelaide Oval on Day 2 of Australia vs the West Indies. 
1/18/20245 minutes
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Grandstand at Lunch: Jules Schiller

Our special Adelaide guest is host of ABC Adelaide's Breakfast show Jules Schiller.
1/18/20240
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Grandstand at Stumps: Adelaide Day 1 - Shamar Joseph joins the first ball club

Grandstand Cricket's Andrew Moore runs you through the opening day's play at the Adelaide Oval alongside Carl Hooper, Tom Hooper and Stuart Clark after the West Indies were bowled out for 188 after being sent in by Pat Cummins and the Aussies. 
1/17/202425 minutes
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Grandstand at Tea: Simon Compton - Adelaide Oval Scoreboard operator

Simon Compton has been changing the scores and name plates for more than than 18 years at the historic Adelaide Oval and he spoke to Grandstand Cricket's Andrew Moore. 
1/17/20246 minutes
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Grandstand at Lunch: SA Premier Peter Malinauskas

South Australia's sport-loving Premier Peter Malinauskas joins Andrew Moore for Grandstand at Lunch on the opening day of the Adelaide Test.
1/17/20240
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Jessica Pegula - 'It is what it is and it's part of my story, I just prove it wrong'

U.S. Tennis star Jessica Pegula chats to ABC's Lauren Bordin about the stigma around her privileged upbringing and proving her critics wrong.
1/14/20244 minutes, 46 seconds
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Jason Gilespie - 'I don't know what the conversations have been to Sheffield Shield players'

South Australia and Adelaide Strikers Coach Jason Gillespie joins Aaron Bryans to chat Big Bash cricket and the Australian Test squad.
1/14/202411 minutes, 49 seconds
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Stacey Marinkovich - 'It starts again and trophies are up for grabs'

Australian Diamonds Netball Coach Stacey Marinkovich joins Brett Sprigg ahead of the Netball Nations Cup in England.
1/13/20240
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Paul McNamee - 'He's had to deal with a media narrative that wanted to keep Roger Federer as the golden boy'

Tennis legend Paul McNamee joins Corbin Middlemas in the Summer Grandstand studio ahead of the Australian Open to discuss Novak Djokovic, Alex de Minaur, wildcards, scheduling, and who'll take out the first slam of 2024.
1/13/20240
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Ben Rothenberg - 'We like her, but we don't really know her'

Tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg joins Corbin Middlemas in the studio on Summer Grandstand to discuss his latest book, 'Naomi Osaka - Her journey to finding her power and her voice.'
1/13/20240
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Alex de Minaur - 'I just don't associate playing in my home slam as pressure'

Australia's top hope at the Australian Open Alex de Minaur chats with Corbin Middlemas about the expectations on him ahead of the first major championship of the year.
1/13/20240
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John Stensholt - 'Australia needs to be part of any action that does take place'

The Australian Newspaper Journalist John Stensholt joins Corbin Middlemas on Summer Grandstand to discuss the possible revamp of international tennis, with Craig Tiley a driving force behind the mooted introduction of a Premier Tier of Tennis.
1/13/20240
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs India T20I Review

Australia's women have continued their white-ball cricket dominance, with a T20 International series win over India 2-1, to follow their clean sweep of the ODI format.Ellyse Perry reached her 300th game for Australia and Alyssa Healy played her 150th T20I, in what were huge milestone moments for both senior players. Overall, the team only dropped two matches throughout their multi-format tour, losing the Test and the first T20 International.So what did they learn from the sub-continent conditions? How deadly does this Indian team's future look in women's cricket after some strong performances on home soil, new faces on debut and a different approach to selection? And how will this series shape Australia's next challenge against South Africa in a multi-format series at home?We wrap all the auction from Mumbai.
1/12/202448 minutes, 20 seconds
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John Alexander - 'You couldn't have a better prep'

ABC Tennis Commentator John Alexander looks ahead to the Australian Open with Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand, with Australian Alex de Minaur heading into the tournament in career best form.
1/7/20240
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Shelley Nitschke - 'The impact that she's had on the global game has just been unbelievable'

Australian Women's Cricket Coach Shelley Nitschke joins Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand, ahead of Ellyse Perry's 300 game milestone against India.
1/7/20240
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Carl Hooper - 'We need to bring back people through the gates to support us with Test Cricket'

Former West Indian Captain and ABC Commentator Carl Hooper joins Brett Sprigg on Summer Grandstand to preview the upcoming Test Series between Australia and the West Indies.
1/7/20240
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Stuart Pyke - 'He's taken the world of sport by storm'

Sky Sports Darts Commentator Stuart Pyke joins Brett Sprigg to discuss the unprecedented worldwide interest in the sport of Darts, thanks to 16 year old sensation Luke Littler.
1/7/20240
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Stuart Clark - 'I accept he's polarising and not everyone's cup of tea'

ABC Cricket Commentator and former Australian bowler Stuart Clark joins Brett Sprigg on Summer Grandstand to wrap up the Australian Test Series against Pakistan, highlighted by the retirement of David Warner from Test Cricket.
1/7/20240
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Grandstand at Stumps SCG Day 4

Join Andrew Moore, Glenn McGrath and Sturt Clark as they recap all the action from Day 4 of the 3rd Test at the SCG.Australia wins the series 3-0 after an 8-wicket win in the 3rd test.Grandstand at Stumps has all the post-game reaction you need.
1/6/20247 minutes, 56 seconds
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Reliving 1995 with Waqar Younis and Glenn McGrath

Grandstand at Lunch saw Andrew Moore host a trip down memory lane as Glenn McGrath and Waqar Younis joined him in the box to talk about the last time Pakistan won a test in Australia.
1/6/202421 minutes, 30 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps SCG Day 3

Join Andrew Moore, Glenn McGrath and Sturt Clark as they recap all the action from Day 3 of the 3rd Test at the SCG.
1/5/202425 minutes
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Kerry O’Keeffe Stopped by to Pay Tribute to Jim Maxwell

Cordial, Frog Jokes and a little bit of cricket in between, Kerry O'Keefe has come back to the ABC box to pay tribute to Jim Maxwell in his 50th year of broadcasting.
1/5/202412 minutes, 24 seconds
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Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee - Tall Tales (Episode 3)

The third episode of Jim Maxwell's Golden Jubilee celebration continues with a live performance of 'The Voice of Summer' and some memories from Harsha Bhogle.
1/5/202422 minutes, 18 seconds
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Mike Whitney and John Dyson inducted into HoF

Recent inductees into the NSW Cricket Hall of Fame Mike Whitney and John Dyson joined Andrew Moore and Jim Maxwell during the Day 2 rain delay at the SCG.
1/4/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs India ODI Review

The Australian women's cricket team are back to their winning ways, claiming the ODI series in Mumbai in a clean sweep. The largest of the victories came in game three by 190 runs, where Phoebe Litchfield was the star of the show, scoring her second ODI century.We wrap all the major talking points of the series, including: captain Alyssa Healy's comments on a lack of media coverage, the mishandling of concussion in game two and whether it's even possible to manage people's expectations of this successful Australian team.
1/4/202443 minutes, 24 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps SCG Day 2

Join Andrew Moore, Glenn McGrath and Alison Mitchell as they recap all the action from Day 2 of the 3rd Test at the SCG.Bad light and rain halted play early with the Aussies 2/116, trailing by 197 runs.
1/4/202434 minutes, 42 seconds
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Lynne McGranger - Hit and Giggle

Lynne McGranger joins Andrew Moore at lunch on day two of the New Year's Test to chat about her love of cricket and whether there is a rivalry between Home & Away and Neighbours.
1/4/202422 minutes, 18 seconds
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McGilvray Medal Presentation

Jim Maxwell and Angus McGilvray present Usman Khawaja with the 2023 McGilvray medal.During the 2033 calendar year, Khawaja scored 1210 Test runs at an average of 52.60, including three hundreds, one against South Africa, one against India in India and one against England.The McGilvray Medal recognizes the lengthy and outstanding career of Alan McGilvray who was the voice of radio cricket for fifty years.
1/3/20243 minutes, 51 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps SCG Day 1

Join Andrew Moore, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they recap all the action from Day 1 of the 3rd Test at the SCG.A defiant innings from tail-ender Aamer Jamal guided Pakistan to 313 with Australia 0/6 in response.Mitch Marsh later joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
1/3/202434 minutes, 42 seconds
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Glenn McGrath and Tracey Bevan - The McGrath Foundation

President of the McGrath Foundation, Glenn McGrath and Director of the Foundation Tracey Bevan joined Andrew Moore on Day 1 of the Pink Test to discuss the Foundation and the positive impact it has had on people's lives. 
1/3/202421 minutes, 24 seconds
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Tiana Mangakahia and the Sydney Flames planning for a slam dunk at the Pink Hoops double header

Tiana Mangakahia spoke to ABC Sport's Brett Sprigg about the first Pink Hoops double header event happening on January 14 to raise money for the McGrath Foundation to help fund breast cancer nurses around Australia.
12/31/20239 minutes, 39 seconds
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Ann Odong - From grassroots football in Perth to the World Cup

Ann Odong, the Matilda's media manager, has been named the inaugural Grant Wahl award recipient and she spoke to ABC Sport's Karen Tighe about what it means to her. She also speaks about her journey in the football world from finding her community in a new country on the football field to being part of the team involved in bringing the World Cup to Australian shores.
12/30/202316 minutes, 20 seconds
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Andrew McDonald - The right decision was made

Andrew McDonald, head coach of the men's Australian cricket team joined ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas and Ben Cameron to discuss the Aussie team and their performance against Pakistan, including his take on the Rizwan dismissal.
12/30/202310 minutes, 57 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps MCG Day 4

Join Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they round up all the action from Day 4 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.With play extended, Australia found the last couple of wickets to wrap up the test match against Pakistan, winning by 79 runs.Not without controversy,  Mohammad Rizwan was given not out on-field before a lengthy DRS changed it to caught behind shortly before the scheduled close.Josh Hazlewood later joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
12/29/202334 minutes, 42 seconds
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Shahid Afridi - Pakistan's former captain on a colourful career

Former Pakistan cricket captain Shahid Afridi joined Corbin Middlemas at lunch on day four of the Boxing Day Test.
12/29/202313 minutes
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Richard Illingworth - I'll Take The Stairs

There was a quirky moment on day three of the Boxing Day Test. Play couldn’t resume in the second session because there was no third umpire in the chair. 
12/28/20234 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps MCG Day 3

Join Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they round up all the action from Day 3 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.Another bad day in the field for Pakistan has seen the Australians get on top of this Test match.Earlier in the day, Pat Cummins bowled his 10th five-for in test cricket and Mitch Marsh couldn't make it out of the nervous 90s.Marsh later joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
12/28/202325 minutes
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Jim Maxwell - My best XI

Having called 50 years of cricket on the ABC, the Voice of Summer Jim Maxwell selects his best side from all those he's commentated on. Do you agree with his choices?
12/28/20230
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Grandstand at Stumps MCG Day 2

Join Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they round up all the action from Day 1 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.A rain-interrupted day, where nearly 3 hours of play were lost, saw Australia end up reaching 3-187 at stumps.Earlier in the day, David Warner and Usman Khawaja both got off to starts before Warner slashed one to slip right on the stroke of Lunch. Australian coach Andrew McDonald joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
12/27/202325 minutes
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Beamsy and Britt - India record maiden Test victory against Australia

A controversial moment between captains, two unfortunate run-outs and a slip in fielding standards were the demise of our national women's cricket team in Mumbai. As the subcontinent conditions saw India record their maiden Test victory against Australia on Christmas Eve by eight wickets. The Aussies were at least able to put up more of a fight than England did a week earlier, but batting highlights and partnerships were hard to come by, as spin did plenty of damage on the red, dusty wicket and India were clinical with their Test tactics.How will the touring side respond in the three ODIs set to be played at the same venue? Especially with plenty of hard selection calls on the cards, as Australia tries to squeeze too many great bowlers into its playing XI.
12/27/202344 minutes, 20 seconds
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Matt Preston - a cricket tragic and expert on what to serve at tea

Matt Preston joins Corbin Middlemas at lunch on day two of the Boxing Day Test to chat his love of cricket and what food should be on the table at the tea break.
12/27/20230
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Nick Hockley - Cricket Australia CEO on the state of the game

Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley joined Corbin Middlemas on Boxing Day to discuss the possibilities of playing Afghanistan in a bilateral series and Usman Khawaja's want to have a dove symbol on his bat knocked back by the ICC.
12/26/20230
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Storm Hunter - Representing Australia brings the best out of me

Storm Hunter has returned to Australia as the newly crowned number one doubles player and spoke to ABC Sport's Karen Tighe as she prepares for the United Cup where she'll play in front of her home crowd. Hunter talked about her mindset ahead of the competition plus her focus for the new year.
12/24/202313 minutes, 3 seconds
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Jakara Anthony setting fire to the slopes

Jakara Anthony is off to a flying start after winning every solo moghul event of the season so far. ABC Sport's Karen Tighe spoke to Geoff Lipshutt, the CEO at the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA) about Jakara's incredible start to the season and what lies ahead for her on the slopes.
12/24/202310 minutes, 40 seconds
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Mitch Starc - Success helps the feeling around the group

The Aussie cricket team are back home and looking to cap off a successful year with a win over Pakistan at the MCG. Mitch Starc spoke to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch and Jim Maxwell about the lead up to the Boxing Day Test, the recent IPL auction and Alyssa Healy's bats.
12/24/20239 minutes, 55 seconds
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Pitch Perfect ahead of the Boxing Day Test

The Boxing Day Test is just days away and much like Santa, the MCG team are in full preparation mode. MCC CEO Stuart Fox spoke to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch about how long it takes to prepare the pitch, ticket sales and if Taylor Swift denied the MCG the chance to host the Matildas.
12/24/202313 minutes, 18 seconds
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Liz Watson - It was our responsibility for future generations

Australian Diamonds captain Liz Watson has made the move from Melbourne to Queensland and is preparing to repersent the Sunshine Coast Lightning. She spoke to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch about why she decided to head north, the CBA conflict and the importance of repairing the relationship between Netball Australia and the players.
12/23/202312 minutes, 32 seconds
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NBL boss excited by expansion possibilities

NBL CEO Dave Stevenson spoke to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch about the start of the NBL season, the international praise the competition has received and the growth of the competition.
12/23/20238 minutes, 23 seconds
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Stuart Clark - It was an unsavoury incident

Former Australian cricketer Stuart Clark spoke to ABC Sport's Matt Clinch about the summer of cricket. They discuss the Tom Curran debate and the Sixers appeal. Christmas has come early for some Aussie cricketers with the IPL auction all wrapped up. Plus they chat about the Perth Test against Pakistan, Nathan Lyon's 500th wicket and the upcoming Boxing Day Test.
12/23/202315 minutes, 54 seconds
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia vs India Test Preview

The Australian women's cricket team is gearing up to play India in a multi-format series that begins with a rare Test match in subcontinent conditions. But India just last week thrashed England by a record 347 runs in the same format, so will the hosts have the same dominance this time or can the world number one side put up a better fight? This tour will also be Alyssa Healy's first officially as national captain and we are keen to see how will she fare against opposing skipper Harmanpreet Kaur — a player she hasn't particularly seen eye-to-eye with over the past 12 months.We preview what's to come for these two teams and speculate about the potential shake-ups to Australia's batting and bowling line-up.
12/18/202341 minutes, 56 seconds
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Grandstand at Stumps Perth Day 4

Join Clint Wheeldon, Tom Moody and Phil Jaques as they round up all the action from Day 4 of the opening Test of the summer in Perth.Nathan Lyon claimed his 500th Test wicket as Australia romped to a 360 run victory to take a 1-nil lead in the three match series in which the two teams are competing for the Benaud-Qadir Trophy. Earlier in the day Australia declared their innings at 5/233 - a lead of 449 runs. Usman Khawaja was the last wicket to fall for 90, while Mitchell Marsh's unbeaten 63 in combination with his 90 in the first innings saw him earn player of the match honours. Australian captain Pat Cummins joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
12/17/202325 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps MCG Day 1

Join Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they round up all the action from Day 1 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG.A rain-interrupted day, where nearly 3 hours of play were lost, saw Australia end up reaching 3-187 at stumps.Earlier in the day, David Warner and Usman Khawaja both got off to starts before Warner slashed one to slip right on the stroke of Lunch. Australian coach Andrew McDonald joined the Grandstand Cricket team after play as part of Grandstand at Stumps. 
12/17/202325 minutes
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Christina Matthews - 12 Years is a long time in any job

On Day 4's edition of Grandstand at Lunch, Clint Wheeldon caught up with the outgoing Western Australian Cricket Association chief executive officer Christina Matthews to talk about the challenges she faced.
12/17/202317 minutes, 27 seconds
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Britt Taylor - I still don't believe what Ollie did

Racing journalist Britt Taylor spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas about the final day of racing for legendary jockey Damien Oliver in his home city of Perth. 
12/17/202311 minutes
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Aamir Jamal was always going to be good

Former president and current board member of Hawkesbury Cricket Club Richard Timbs spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas about Pakistan debutant Aamir Jamal's time in the Sydney grade cricket competition. 
12/17/20239 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps Perth Day 3

Join Clint Wheeldon, Tom Moody and Phil Jaques as they round up all the action from Day 3 of the opening Test of the summer in Perth.Nathan Lyon inched closer to a huge milestone when he claimed his 499th wicket as he helped Australia dismiss Pakistan for just 271 on the third day, a first innings lead for Australia of 216.But the Aussie's didn't have it all their own way in the second innings, slumping to 2/5 with Warner out for a duck after his first innings heroics, and Labuschagne struck on the finger before being dismissed for just 2.At stumps, Australia had steadied to be 2/84, a lead of exactly 300 heading in to Day 4.Josh Hazlewood and Imam-ul-Haq, who complied a well made 62 for Pakistan, joined Grandstand at Stumps after play on Day 3.
12/16/202325 minutes
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Jim Maxwell - Golden Jubilee - The Early Years

The feature interview at lunch on Day 3 of every test match this summer will celebrate the Voice of Summer Jim Maxwell's 50 years at the ABC.
12/16/202322 minutes, 5 seconds
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Mike Whitney: More Aussie players should play club cricket like Dave Warner did

Former Aussie paceman and current president of Randwick-Petersham Cricket Club Mike Whitney pays tribute to David Warner after his brilliant century in Perth against Pakistan. 
12/16/202321 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps Perth Day 2

Join Clint Wheeldon, Tom Moody and Phil Jaques as they round up all the action from Day 2 of the opening Test of the summer in Perth.Western Australian Mitchell Marsh put on a show in front of his home crowd as he hit 90 off 107 balls, and he joined the Grandstand team at stumps to chat about his first home Test in 6 years.While for Pakistan, Aamer Jamal was the star with the ball taking 6 wickets on debut, and he also spoke with the team after play on day 2.Pakistan will resume on Day 3 at 2/132, trailing Australia's first innings by 355 runs.
12/15/202325 minutes
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Peter Rowsthorn - we'd play cricket with Shane Warne on set

Comedian Peter Rowsthorn stopped by during ABC Grandstand's Test coverage to chat about working with Shane Warne on Kath and Kim. Also a massive cricket fan, Peter shares his stories of being in the crowd at some of the most memorable cricket matches in recent history.
12/15/202318 minutes
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Grandstand at Stumps Perth Day 1

Join Clint Wheeldon, Tom Moody and Phil Jaques as they round up all the action from Day 1 of the opening Test of the summer in Perth.After much discussion over his position in the team, David Warner silenced his critics by hitting a brilliant 164, with Australia finishing Day 1 in a strong position at 5/346 at stumps. Australian Captain Pat Cummins joined the team to discuss the day.
12/14/202330 minutes
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Mike Baird - a WA Test is an essential feature of the summer

Cricket Australia Chair Mike Baird speaks to Clint Wheeldon during day one of the first Test between Australia and Pakistan. Clint begins by asking Mike about the momentum driven by Australia claiming the Cricket World Cup last month.
12/14/202317 minutes
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The voice of summer for 50 years, Jim Maxwell

"The voice that went on to become the voice of summer, the voice of sun." To celebrate 50 years of Jim Maxwell's service to the ABC, man-of-sound Denis Carnahan has penned a song to mark the occasion.
12/14/20233 minutes, 21 seconds
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Beamsy and Britt - Australia's new captain Alyssa Healy

Australia's 20th women's captain has been confirmed, as Alyssa Healy takes on the role permanently and cements herself as a true leader in the national team.Her right-hand woman will be new vice-captain Tahlia McGrath, who is surely being primed for the big job herself in the years to come. Beyond leadership, there's WPL Auction chatter and the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) to talk about, before we catch up with Adelaide Strikers champion legspinner Amanda-Jade Wellington.
12/11/202354 minutes, 14 seconds
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Tracey Holmes - I wonder what the women are doing?

Former host of Summer Grandstand Tracey Holmes sat down with ABC Sport's Karen Tighe to discuss the early days of the programme and what she is doing now she is leaving the ABC. 
12/10/202326 minutes
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Catherine Murphy - Jones was a done deal with Japan before the World Cup started

ABC journalist Catherine Murphy spoke to ABC Sport's Karen Tighe about the impending appointment of Eddie Jones as coach of the Japanese rugby team. 
12/10/202310 minutes
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James Turner - Don't stop disabled kids from having a go at sport

James Turner is asking parents to let their disabled kids to have a go after being named as Australia's best male para-athlete of the year. 
12/10/20237 minutes
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Ariarne Titmus - Nurses shouldn't ask for selfies just before surgery

Aussie swimming golden girl Ariarne Titmus has lifted the lid on health problems she has encountered in the lead up to the Paris Olympics. 
12/10/202319 minutes
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ABC Sport's Australia vs Pakistan Test series preview

Three of the biggest names in world cricket - Waqar Younis, Jim Maxwell and Phil Jaques join Matt Clinch to preview the upcoming Australia vs Pakistan Test series beginning Thursday at Perth Stadium. 
12/10/202353 minutes
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Jason Gillespie - Mitch Marsh will be the next Aussie opener

Australian cricket legend and current Adelaide Strikers coach Jason Gillespie joined Matt Clinch on ABC Sport to talk about the BBL and the forthcoming Test series against Pakistan. 
12/10/202326 minutes
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AJ Wellington - Playing for England is a possibility

Adelaide Strikers leg-spinner AJ Wellington spoke to ABC Sport's Karen Tighe about winning consecutive titles with the Adelaide Strikers in the WBBL and her disappointment at being left out of Australia's squad for the multi-format tour of India. 
12/9/202313 minutes
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Scotty James - World Cup gold gives me redemption for my Olympic silver in Beijing

World Cup winning snowboarder in half-pipe Scotty James spoke to ABC Sport's Karen Tighe as Australia enjoyed a golden weekend at Secret Garden. 
12/9/20239 minutes
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Mike Clayton - Rahm named his price and LIV paid it

Former golf professional, well known architect and experienced golf commentator Mike Clayton spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas about Jon Rahm's move to LIV Golf and the impact it will have on the USPGA Tour. 
12/9/202316 minutes
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Andrew McDonald - Warner is ready for Pakistan

Australian cricket coach Andrew McDonald spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas and lifted the curtain on how he engineered Australia's miraculous ODI World Cup win in India. 
12/9/202313 minutes
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Beamsy and Britt - Adelaide Strikers go back-to-back

A third team in the history of the WBBL has managed to defend a title, this time it's the Adelaide Strikers and didn't they put on a great show against the Brisbane Heat in the final.Amanda-Jade Wellington was the star of the show bowling at the death, but will this performance finally see her earn Australian selection?The atmosphere was pumping at Adelaide Oval, but could we tinker with the finals format in order to attract bigger crowds?We wrap the season in all its glory right here on Beamsy and Britt.
12/4/202351 minutes, 54 seconds
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George Bailey: 'We see David as being a really important member of that First XI'

Australian chairman of selectors George Bailey joins Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand following the announcement of the 14 man squad for the first Test against Pakistan, and addresses the conjecture surrounding David Warner's place in the side.
12/3/20230
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John Millman: 'I wasn't able to go physically another year'

Australian Tennis star John Millman joins Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to discuss the factors that lead him to call time on his professional tennis career after the 2024 Australian Open.
12/3/20230
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Lachlan Wood: 'I've been to the lowest, darkest places .. and this is probably the highest of highs"

Australian Golfer Lachlan Wood talks with Daniel Garb after claiming victory in the Australian Open All Abilities Tournament.
12/3/20230
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Grace Gill: 'A really tough result for the Matildas yesterday'

Former Australian Soccer player, and Commentator Grace Gill, joins Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to reflect on what went wrong in Australia's 5-0 defeat at the hands of Canada.
12/3/20230
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Belinda Clark: 'Brisbane Heat would be very disappointed ... that game was there for the taking'

Former Australian Cricketer Belinda Clark joins Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to wrap up last night's 3 run win by the Adelaide Strikers over the Brisbane Heat in the WBBL Final.
12/3/20230
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Danni Di Toro: 'I just couldn't be more excited about what's to come'

Paralympian Danni Di Toro joins Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand to talk about her quest to make it to her 8th Paralympic Games.
12/2/20230
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Jess Duffin: 'I've decided to put the kids first'

Cross-code star Jess Duffin joins Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand after announcing her retirement from professional cricket.
12/2/20230
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Mitchell Starc: 'You back us into a corner, and we've come out with a World Cup'

Australian Cricketer Mitchell Starc joins Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to reflect on Australia's World Cup victory in India.
12/2/20230
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James Sutherland: 'We don't need less golf courses, we need more'

Golf Australia CEO James Sutherland joins Brett Sprigg during the 3rd round of the Australian Open Tournament, looking ahead to the upcoming summer of golf.
12/2/20230
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Glenn McGrath - 'Players of that calibre, they do deserve to go out on their own terms'

Former Australian Cricketer, and ABC Commentator Glenn McGrath joins Matt Clinch on Summer Grandstand to look back on Australia's World Cup victory, look forward to the upcoming summer of cricket, and have his say on the whether or not Dave Warner should be given a farewell Test Match.
12/2/20230
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Beamsy and Britt - Women's Big Bash Finals

It's been four long months, but we're finally back in front of the mic to wrap the WBBL09 regular season and look ahead to the finals! 
11/27/202354 minutes, 50 seconds
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Cameron Bancroft: "Cricket makes you ask a lot about yourself"

Cameron Bancroft last played test cricket for Australia over 4 years ago but his prospects of getting a test call up are on the rise. He's the leading run scorer in the Sheffield Shield this season and his form has earned him a call up to the PMs XI to play Pakistan. He's one of a number of players jostling for position to potentially replace David Warner when he retires from Test Cricket. Bancroft (from the batting nets at WA!) talked to Quentin Hull about what it means to be back in contention to get his Baggy Green back, how he has changed as a player and a person through his experiences on the field.
11/26/202310 minutes, 20 seconds
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David Micheluzzi: "My locker was 2 lockers away from Rory!"

Australian golfer David Micheluzzi has just won the Victorian PGA and is one of the rising stars of Australian golf. He spoke to Zane Bojack about his experience playing in major tour events and rubbing shoulders with players who he idolises. He came from the Cranbourne Golf Club in which looks to be going to be replaced by housing. He talked passionately about what the club means to him and also the Jewish community who had originally set it up after being refused membership of other Melbourne clubs.
11/26/202310 minutes, 20 seconds
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Breiana Whitehead - it feels like you're flying on top of the water

Aussie kitefoil sailor and soon-to-be Olympian Breiana Whitehead enlightens Karen Tighe about the sport and punching her ticket to Paris as our third confirmed Olympian - and the first ever in her sport, which makes its debut in 2024.
11/25/20230
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Daniel Herbert - winning cures a lot of ills

Former Wallaby and new Rugby Australia Chairman Dan Herbert is quizzed by Quentin Hull about his vision for the future of Australian rugby, days after being announced as Hamish McLennan's replacement. 
11/25/20230
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Graham Arnold - playing Palestine was an emotional experience

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold speaks to Quentin Hull about their latest World Cup Qualifiers - wins against Bangladesh and Palestine - and the road ahead to another Asian Cup.
11/25/20230
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Alyssa Healy - I'm excited to go through captaincy process

Australian women's cricket captain Alyssa Healy talks us through the recovery from her hand injury, aspirations for the full-time captain's role in the wake of Meg Lanning's international retirement, the WBBL stadium series...and makes a special song request
11/25/20230
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John Senden - Parkinson's won't go away, but I'm still able to enjoy golf

Aussie golfer John Senden speaks candidly to our own Zane Bojack about living with Parkinson's Disease only a few years after helping son Jacob through his own health battle.
11/25/20230
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Ian Baker-Finch at The Australian PGA Championship

Aussie major winner and international broadcaster Ian Baker-Finch joins Quentin Hull to discuss Cameron Smith's capitulation at Royal Queensland, the future of "party holes" at golf events, and the proposed PGA/LIV golf merger. 
11/25/20230
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Storm Hunter: 'It's a dream come true'

Australian tennis star Storm Hunter chats to Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand, after becoming the third Australian to top the WTA Tour's doubles rankings.
11/19/20230
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David Stevenson - 'That idea of having teams overseas ... is really appealing'

NBL CEO David Stevenson joins Aaron Bryans on Summer Grandstand to chat about his first seven months in the role, and his expansion ideas for the National Basketball League in the future.
11/19/20230
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Pat Cummins - 'It's going to be one of those once in a lifetime games'

Australian Cricket Captain Pat Cummins joins Aaron Bryans on Summer Grandstand ahead of tonight's ODI World Cup Cricket Final against India.
11/19/20230
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Shelley Nitschke - the process for appointing a new captain is underway

Australian women's cricket coach Shelley Nitschke chats thorough the squad selected for a multi-format tour or India next month. She also explains how the next captain of Australia will be selected following Meg Lanning's retirement.
11/18/202312 minutes
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Richard Craill - Crazy times in Las Vegas

Along with the glitz and glamour of a Grand Prix in Las Vegas, motorsport expert Richard Craill chats to Aaron Bryans about all the drama. With a manhole cover damaging Carlos Sainz's car, Craill said putting an event in Las Vegas is one of the most audacious things motorsport has done for a long time.
11/18/20237 minutes
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Stuart Clark - It's India against everyone else

World cup winning Australian bowler Stuart Clark joins Aaron Bryans to preview the ODI Cricket World Cup between Australian and India. He explains what he thinks Australia has to do to claim the title against an undefeated India.
11/18/202310 minutes
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Matthew Adekponya - A moment that will be timeless forever

Rose Gold documentary writer and director Matthew Adekponya chats to Karen Tighe about the significance of the Australian Men's basketball team's breakthrough Olympic Bronze Medal.
11/12/20239 minutes, 59 seconds
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Evan O'Hanlon - I didn't want to retire when it got hard

5 time Paralympic Games gold medallist Evan O'Hanlon has called time on his accomplished career and caught up with ABC Summer Grandstand's Karen Tighe to reflect on the highs and lows of his career.
11/12/202315 minutes, 30 seconds
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Karen Rolton - She could just score at will

Former Australia cricket captain and member of the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame Karen Rolton
11/12/20239 minutes, 26 seconds
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Cam Smith - No regrets for joining LIV Golf

Cameron Smith is coming home to defend his Australian PGA title but has bigger ambitions on his mind. 
11/12/202315 minutes
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Meg Lanning - I've had an amazing career but it's the right time for me to retire

Australia cricket icon Meg Lanning speaks to Andrew Moore fresh off announcing her retirement from international cricket. She explains why the timing of her announcement felt right and what her next moves will be.
11/11/202314 minutes
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Glenn Maxwell Magic - 201* Audio Highlights

Listen to the ABC/BBC TMS commentary team describing one of the greatest innings in ODI history. 
11/8/20237 minutes, 15 seconds
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Vic Metro wins the AFL Wheelchair Championships

ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas and St Kilda wheelchair athlete Jeremy O'Halloran explain how Victoria Metro secured the national title in the AFL Wheelchair Championships with a 57-point win over Western Australia. 
11/5/20236 minutes
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Ellyse Perry - It was beginners luck!

Sydney Sixers captain Ellyse Perry spoke to ABC Sport's Mitch Turner following her career best WBBL bowling figures of 5 for 22. 
11/5/20236 minutes
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ABC Sport's 2023 Melbourne Cup Preview

Who are you going to back in this year's Melbourne Cup? 
11/5/202324 minutes
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Tameka Yallop - Uzbekistan is going to be tough!

Matildas star Tameka Yallop has dispelled theories the national side's Olympic qualifying series with Uzbekistan will be a walk in the park.
11/5/202310 minutes
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Mitchell Starc - We're going okay!

Australian quick Mitchell Starc spoke to Geoff Lemon after the Aussie's win over England which eliminated the defending champions from the ODI Cricket World Cup.
11/5/20237 minutes, 7 seconds
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Clare Lindop - Reflecting on Rebel Raider

2008 Victorian Derby winning jockey Clare Lindop joins Quentin Hull during this year's edition of the event, looking back on her winning moment.  Legendary caller Greg Miles also stops by to have a chat about Lindop being a trailblazer as a woman riding Group One races.
11/4/202321 minutes
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Erin Phillips - Deep down I felt this would be my last season

Port Adelaide captain and three-time premiership Crow Erin Phillips chats to Aaron Bryans and Liz Walsh about when she decided this season would be her last.
11/4/202311 minutes
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Moya Dodd - I couldn't help but reflect upon the very different journeys the players took to get into that stadium

Lawyer and former Matilda Moya Dodd spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Middlemas about the obstacles the Iranian players faced in the lead up to their sold-out qualifying match against the Matildas.
10/31/20238 minutes, 6 seconds
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Australian Steelers win gold in Paris

The Rugby World Cup isn't the only world cup in Paris... 
10/30/20237 minutes, 55 seconds
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David Reynolds: I'm winning whether I crash or not

Supercars race driver David Reynolds secured his first win in five years at the Gold Coast after a controversial finish involving series leader Brodie Kostecki. 
10/30/20235 minutes, 8 seconds
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Scott Edwards - I could name every cricket club in the Netherlands

Australian-raised Scott Edwards is the captain of the Netherlands cricket side,  currently competing at the ICC Cricket World Cup in India. He chats to Corbin Middlemas about how he came to love playing cricket in Europe.
10/29/202310 minutes
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Jim Maxwell - When things get heated, remember it's just a game

The voice of summer on the ABC, Jim Maxwell, delves into cricket from the current day all the way back to when he first started broadcasting more than 50 years ago.
10/29/202314 minutes
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Moya Dodd - In Iran women haven't been able to attend stadiums

Following the Matildas' Olympic qualifier against Iran, Corbin Middlemas is joined by former Matildas vice-captain Moya Dodd. Heavily involved in ensuring Iran's female players can take to the field, Dodd explains what other obstacles the players have overcome in order to play.
10/29/20239 minutes
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Xavier Doherty - I think Australia have got their formula

Former Australian cricket international  Xavier Doherty spoke to ABC Sport's Corbin Midldlemas about Australia's 5-run win over New Zealand at the Cricket World Cup, Aussie's finding their runs, and David Warner's changing narrative.
10/29/20234 minutes, 49 seconds
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Ellyse Perry - It's been a rough start for us

Sydney Sixers captain Ellyse Perry told ABC Sport's Ben Cameron that she is  a relieved skipper after finally registering a victory in their fourth match of WBBL09. 
10/28/20234 minutes, 15 seconds
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Layne Beachley: It's remarkable and surreal to be elevated to Legend

Seven-time World Champion surfer Layne Beachley speaks to Quentin Hull about the honour of being elevated to Legend status in the Sports Australia Hall of Fame.
10/22/202314 minutes
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Grace Harris: I was hitting it quite nicely, it was just really good fun

Brisbane Heat star Grace Harris speaks post match to ABC Grandstand about how she smashed out the highest score in WBBL history against the Perth Scorchers. Her score of 136 even included a six with a broken bat.
10/22/20234 minutes
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Nat Medhurst: The gesture from cricketers is quite remarkable

Former Australian Diamond Nat Medhurst is now the Player Development Manager at WA Cricket. With this unique perspective she reflects on the gesture made by Australian cricketers to support domestic netballers during their pay dispute with Netball Australia. 
10/22/20238 minutes
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Marcus Harris: If that comes up, I feel like I'm ready to go

Australian batter Marcus Harris tells Corbin Middlemas he feels prepared to come into the Australian Test side when a spot at the top of the order becomes available.
10/22/20239 minutes
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Andrew Liveris: The Gabba re-fit will happen

The Brisbane Olympics might seem like it's a way off but it will arrive before you know it. The President of the Brisbane Olympic Games Organising Committee Andrew Liveris knows there is a lot to do but is excited by what will happen in the coming years. He talked to Quentin Hull about what they will do with the existing facilities, why cricket should be a part of the 2032 games and why netball might be a good fit for Brisbane.
10/21/202314 minutes, 20 seconds
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Nick Hockley: We're all contending with the rise of franchise cricket

With a cricket World Cup underway, the Women's Big Bash starting and news that cricket will be an Olympic sport there is a lot happening in the game. Cricket Australia Chair Nick Hockley discussed all these things with Corbin Middlemas touching on what cricket will get from being an Olympic Sport, why it's important to get behind the WBBL, being prepared to meet the challenges of the global growth in franchise cricket and how to deal with the Afghanistan issue in World Cricket.
10/21/202317 minutes
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Michael Neser: It's been like going back to school!

Queensland's Michael Neser has been pressing for a place in the Australian test team over the past few years with his aggressive seam bowling. But it might be his batting that gets him a spot this summer. He's averaging over 80 in his last 10 innings and made scores of 123, 140 and an unbeaten 176. He told Corbin Middlemas that the key has been recovering from a thumb injury and being able to get back to basics - and just hit a lot of balls like he would have done back at school. He also talked about the frustrations of being a non-playing tourist, and whether he's expecting to move up the batting order.
10/21/20239 minutes
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Stephen Moore "I think he's never really felt fully committed to the role"

Former Wallabies captain Stephen Moore joined Karen Tighe to discuss the future of Australian coach Eddie Jones amid speculation he is targeting the Japan coaching role.
10/15/20236 minutes, 33 seconds
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Lana Rogers "It hasn't quite sunk in yet"

Lana Rogers chatted to Karen Tighe after taking out her first Coolangatta Gold title, winning the 2023 event in impressive fashion.
10/15/20234 minutes, 15 seconds
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Jess Fox "There's no such thing as a perfect Olympics preparation"

Olympic Gold Medallist Jess Fox joined Karen Tighe to wrap her season on the back of two World Championship golds and look ahead to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
10/15/20239 minutes, 14 seconds
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Kathryn Harby-Williams "There are players that are really struggling"

Netball Players Association CEO Kathryn Harby-Williams joined Karen Tighe to discuss the ongoing pay dispute with Netball Australia.
10/15/20237 minutes, 48 seconds
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Annabel Sutherland "It's so even and it's wide open"

Australian cricketer and Women's Big Bash League star Annabel Sutherland joined Brett Sprigg to wrap up the One Day Series against the West Indies and preview the upcoming Big Bash series.
10/15/202313 minutes, 19 seconds
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Jack Vandervelde "Just walking onto that court was such a surreal moment"

Australian Men's netballer Jack Vandervelde chats to Brett Sprigg about the 'Kelpies' series against New Zealand and what it means to him to represent his country.
10/15/20237 minutes, 22 seconds
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Ali Day "I'm relieved that it's over and stoked that I've won"

Ironman Ali Day chats to Brett Sprigg following a third straight and record ninth Coolangatta Gold triumph.
10/15/20235 minutes, 35 seconds
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Mitch Marsh "It's a great place to win and a tough place to lose"

Australia All Rounder Mitch Marsh chats to Brett Sprigg after a disappointing start to the One Day World Cup campaign in India.
10/15/20239 minutes, 29 seconds
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Steve Moneghetti: Think about a human running at that speed for 2 hours

Australian distance running legend Steve Moneghetti thinks the mythical 2 hour barrier will be broken in a major marathon soon. Even so he's still in awe of Kenyan Kelvin Kiptum who fell just 35 seconds outside the mark in the Chicago Marathon. He also gave Karen Tighe some tips for amateur Marathon runners and voiced his thoughts on Victoria's decision to not hold the Commonwealth Games
10/14/202314 minutes
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Jake Fraser-McGurk "It's like batting on glass"

21-year-old Jake Fraser-McGurk spoke to ABC Sport's Aaron Bryans after reaching a world record 29-ball century for the Redbacks in their One-Day Cup game at Karen Rolton Oval.
10/9/20230
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Steven Richards "Bathurst was the catalyst of the rivalry"

5x Bathurst winner Steven Richards reflected on his career and the glory of Mount Panomara with Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand.
10/7/20230
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Kurt Fearnley "I haven't told my kids about my HOF induction"

3x Paralympic Gold medalist Kurt Fearnley joined Karen Tighe on Summer Grandstand to discuss his recent induction into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame and his goals for the Brisbane Paralympics.
10/7/20230
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Morgan Turinui "There's a huge push for systemic change"

Former Wallabies centre Morgan Turinui joined Corbin Middlemas on Summer Grandstand to discuss Austalia's underwhelming World Cup performance and who is at fault for it.
10/7/20230
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Steve Smith "It'd be a stretch to say I'll be at the next World Cup"

Australian vice-captain Steve Smith joined Corbin Middlemas ahead of Australia's World Cup opener against India; revealing it would likely be his last one-day tournament and his thoughts on the depth of Australia's squad.  All matches will be available on ABC Listen via a dedicated World Cup button, with select matches on ABC Radio. 
10/7/20230
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Dinesh Karthik: Australia should walk into the Semi-Final

Indian cricket commentator Dinesh Karthik joined Corbin Middlemas on Summer Grandstand to dissect the 2023 ODI World Cup ahead of Australia's opener against hosts India. All matches will be available on ABC Listen via a dedicated World Cup button, with select matches on ABC Radio. 
10/7/20230
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Corbin & Ben - The Greatest Season

Corbin & Ben riff about the AFL Grand Final in a looser episode than throughout the season. All of their thoughts and take outs from one of the best Grand Finals we've seen.
10/5/202350 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Panthers will FOUR-PEAT!

On InZane Rugby League this week Zane Bojack is joined by AAP journalist Joel Gould and ABC presenter and ESPN/SBS podcaster Joel Spreadborough to discuss the Panthers unique three-peat in the NRL and the Knights double in the NRLW. 
10/2/202320 minutes
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2023 NRL Grand Final

Penrith Panthers completed an astonishing fightback to win a 3rd consecutive NRL Grand Final. Re-Live ABC Sport's incredible call with Andrew Moore, Luke Lewis and John Gibbs 
10/2/20230
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2023 AFL Grand Final

10/1/202320 minutes
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Sport and Spice - Kennedy Cherrington's rollercoaster 2023

It's been a year of highs and lows for NRLW star Kennedy Cherrington and she opens up on her struggles after copping a four match suspension and letting down teammates to then representing Australia in Papua New Guinea with her younger sister. Cherrington also gives us her Grand Final tip and what needs to happen next in the NRLW. We also chat about Taylor Swift x Travis Kelce, the city of Newcastle's big night, the Wallabies fallout and go deep on the three Grand Finals on this weekend.
9/29/20230
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Corbin & Ben - Father & Son

Corbin & Ben preview the AFL Grand Final in hot news / not news. Brett Deledio stops by for his final Thursday segment of the year. Plus the boys give their Grand Final tips including Norm Smith medallist and first goal scorer. 
9/28/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Hoffman: The Broncos will win!

On InZane Rugby League this week - Zane Bojack is joined by Melbourne Storm premiership winner Ryan Hoffman and Raiders legend Sam Williams to preview the NRL and NRLW season deciders.
9/25/20237 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - High Fives

Corbin & Ben recount their Ovens & Murray Grand Final adventure. Everything in GF week is in flesh it out, throw it out. Marc Murphy in for his final Mad Monday's with Murphy and Corbin's famous Brownlow medal preview.
9/25/202355 minutes
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Sunday AFL: 'I'm lucky to be here'

The Brisbane Lions will take on Collingwood in the AFL Grand Final, and former Captain Dayne Zorko joins Corbin Middlemas, Brett Deledio and Ben Cameron on Sunday AFL to look ahead to the premiership decider. And retiring North Melbourne star Jack Ziebell joins the team live from the Lavington Sports Ground Albury, and tells of the lingering effects following the alleged unprovoked attack on him hours after his retirement game.
9/24/20230
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The Lead: 'It'd be fair to say he's in a bit of doubt'

Collingwood defeated GWS by the narrowest of margins to book their place in the 2023 AFL Grand Final, the only setback being a knee injury to key forward Dan McStay. Collingwood GM of Football Graham Wright joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling ahead of a massive week for the Magpies. And Adem Yze joins the team after securing the coaching role at the Richmond Football Club.
9/23/20230
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Sport and Spice - Toby Bedford on Fitzroy Crossing, his Mum and GWS momentum

Toby Bedford has made big moves in his life - firstly from the small red dirt town of Fitzroy Crossing to Melbourne, then from the Demons to the Giants and he reflects on both. You'll also hear about his Mum's best on ground performance last week, why GWS and Toby Greene are so special and plenty more. Lavender is back from the US too so we'll hear about that and give you a reason why every team in a prelim final this weekend can and can't win.
9/22/20230
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Corbin & Ben - Piggy Bank

Corbin & Ben run through hot news / not news with plenty of storylines surrounding the two massive preliminary finals ahead. An extended chat with Brett Deledio to preview the games and more.
9/21/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Ivan Cleary deserves more credit

On InZane Rugby League this week, host Zane Bojack is joined by Grandstand Rugby League commentators Matthew Elliott and Clinton Schifcofske ahead of this weekend's NRL preliminary finals and NRLW semi-finals. 
9/18/202356 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Force of Nature

Corbin & Ben discuss the semi-final weekend in flesh it out / throw it out. Marc Murphy chats to the boys about the Blues surge through finals. Overrated/underrated, another draft and more.
9/17/202320 minutes
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - It's A Good Morning

Corbin Middlemas, Marc Murphy and Brent Harvey are joined by GWS coach Adam Kingsley fresh off a semi-final win in his first year as coach. The team also examine Carlton's win and look at what went wrong for Melbourne and Port Adelaide.
9/17/202354 minutes
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Mick Malthouse - Barassi is a legend that will never be replaced

VFL/AFL coaching games record holder Mick Malthouse reflects on being a coach in the same era as the legendary Ron Barassi.
9/17/20239 minutes
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David Parkin - Barassi influenced the game more than any other person

Four-time VFL/AFL premiership coach and Australian Football Hall of Fame inductee David Parkin reflects on the monumental influence Ron Barassi had on the game as both a player and coach. He spoke to Corbin Middlemas and Brent Harvey following Barassi's passing.
9/17/20237 minutes
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Tyran Wishart: "It's the fastest game I've played in"

Tyran Wishart was the lucky beneficiary of the injury that ruled Jahrome Hughes out of the Melbourne team for their semi-final against  the Roosters. Wishart stepped into the starting half back role and scored the opening try of the game. But he told Andrew Moore and team that the pace of the game was incredible. He also said that when Will Warbrick went in with the winning try he found himself running around like a headless chook!
9/16/202312 minutes
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Sam Docherty - I'm very confident I'll be able to get there

Carlton veteran Sam Docherty gives Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling an important update on his shoulder ahead of the Blues preliminary final against Brisbane.
9/16/20239 minutes
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The Lead - "It's amazing, a lot of stuff goes right after training it for so long."

Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling dissect Carlton's epic semi-final win against Melbourne, with Blues star Sam Docherty the special guest.
9/16/202355 minutes
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Sport and Spice - Tui Kamikamica: From a kava farm to the NRL

Tui Kamikamica arrived in Australia having never played rugby league and speaking zero English, now he's a mainstay of the Melbourne Storm. We hear his earliest footy memories of playing with a coconut, why he cries most times he plays for Fiji and how the Storm have helped shape him as a person. We're also sure there was a robot presenting the US tennis trophy to Novak and give a shout out to the sports team with the best social media.
9/15/20230
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Corbin & Ben - Jumped the Shark

Corbin & Ben chat about their levels of comfort with the Brayden Maynard case. Everything else fits into hot news/not news. Brett Deledio in his usual Thursday slot looks at the games and more.
9/14/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Is Cleary a future immortal?

On InZane Rugby League this week - Zane Bojack is joined by Dolphins game development manager Shane Morris and Sydney Morning Herald reporter Michael Chammas to discuss the pulsating opening to this year's NRL Finals series. 
9/11/202359 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Draft Day

Corbin & Ben on a Sunday night. A snapshot of all our ABC expert's opinions on the Maynard hit on Angus Brayshaw. Flesh it out / throw it out has every other topic from week one of the finals. Regular Marc Murphy stops by. Overrated/underrated and the inaugral Corbin & Ben draft with the food items they would pick for a footy finals party. 
9/10/202320 minutes
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The Sunday Footy Forum

There was one topic everybody wanted to talk about - The Brayden Maynard incident!  ABC Sport's Ben Cameron, Jake Niall from The Age Newspaper, and Glen Quartermain from The West Australian discuss all the big issues in the game.  ABC Sport's Ben Cameron, Jake Niall from The Age Newspaper, and Glen Quartermain from The West Australian discuss all the big issues in the game. 
9/10/202318 minutes, 50 seconds
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Grandstand AFL Sunday: "I don't care if I have 5 touches as long as we win"

Corbin Middlemas, Marc Murphy and Boomer Harvey talk bout the big moments from week 1 of the AFL Finals. They were joined by Brisbane star Lachie Neale who talked about playing against the team he supported as a kid. He also explained that he's comfortable not being on the ball as much now as long as he's contributing to his team winning.
9/10/202355 minutes
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Keenan Palasia: Kevvie wanted us to make sure we enjoyed the win

Brisbane Broncos emphatically ended their losing streak against Melbourne to make it straight through to the Preliminary Final. And Keenan Palasia told Andrew Moore and team that beating the Storm was a new experience for almost all of their them. He said coach Kevvie Walters was keen that they celebrated their achievement and that the group is really tight due to the fact that they have come through the club together. 
9/9/20236 minutes
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The Lead: 'A challenge that we certainly took with both hands and got it done'

Collingwood and Carlton are the big winners so far in week one of the finals, and today on The Lead, Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling look at the winners and the losers, and preview the two finals to come. And Carlton Vice Captain Jacob Weitering joins the team to reflect on the Blues first finals win in a decade.
9/9/20230
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Sport and Spice - Dan Houston's dad left the MCC before that goal

It's safe to say it's been a solid year for Dan Houston - an All Australian blazer, goal of the year nomination and a chance at a premiership. Houston tells us what Trent McKenzie said to him before he kicked that goal, why his dad left his seat for the kick and which game was the turning point in Port Adelaide's season. We also go in on the Brayden Maynard incident, hear a great slice of humility from US tennis player Coco Gauff and there's a storyline for every footy final this weekend.
9/8/20230
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Corbin & Ben - "Smell good, play good"

Corbin & Ben are live from the theatre of the great and the grand, the MCG, ahead of the AFL Finals opener between Collingwood and Melbourne. Brett Deledio arrives early to chat to the boys. Everything else in hot news / not news.
9/7/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Is Adam O'Brien the real coach of the year?

On Inzane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by North Sydney legend Billy Moore and Grandstand Rugby League commentator Brett Sprigg to preview the first week of finals. 
9/4/20236 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Keep It Simple, Stupid.

Corbin & Ben chat about the AFL Grand Final entertainment being announced as KISS. Everything else fits into flesh it out/throw it out including the pre-finals bye and team changes for week one of the finals. Marc Murphy is along in his usual Mad Monday's with Murph slot. 
9/4/202355 minutes
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The Sunday Footy Forum

It's the pre-finals bye weekend in the AFL, and Round One of the AFLW. 
9/3/202319 minutes
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - The Right Slipper

Corbin Middlemas, Marc Murphy and Kerryn Peterson discuss the first round of AFLW and look at what AFL teams have been doing during the pre-finals bye.
9/3/202355 minutes
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Billy Smith: "It's going to be nervous wait that's for sure"

Roosters centre Billy Smith has had a breakout year for the club. The main reason is that he's managed to stay fully fit which he puts down to a change in his preparation guided by the great Anthony Minichiello. And he told Andrew Moore and the team that while they have done their bit to secure a finals spot, he and his team mates are happy to relax and let the rest of the round play out.
9/2/20239 minutes
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The Lead: 'He plays like a captain should play'

The AFL All Australian side was selected on Wednesday night, with Toby Greene announced as Captain of the side. Today on The Lead, Toby's GWS Coach Adam Kingsley joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling a week out from the Giants Elimination Final against the Saints. And GM of Women's Football Nicole Livingstone joins the team as AFLW Season 8 kicks off.
9/2/20230
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Sport and Spice - Tilly Lucas-Rodd is an inspiring AFLW leader

The Hawks captain joins us to chat about the impact AFLW is having in society, where the Hawks can go this year and the motivation and emotions surrounding their video identifying as non-binary. We'll also discuss the real issue with the Bulldogs training punishment, ponder the AFL mens bye week and dive a little too deep into Mary Fowler x Nathan Cleary possibilities.
9/1/20230
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Adam Elliott: There's no chance of me getting rested!"

Newcastle's 8 game winning run has guaranteed them a home game in week 1 of the NRL Finals. Even so, in-form back rower Adam Elliott says they want to finish with another win against the Dragons on Sunday. He also told Quentin Hull and Billy Moore that after missing 10 weeks at the start of the season he's no chance of sitting this weekend out as he's used all his annual leave!
8/31/202314 minutes, 50 seconds
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Corbin & Ben - Ripen not rot

Corbin & Ben discuss the awards ceremony from last night. Was Toby Greene the right man to be All Australian captain? Everything else in footy is in hot news / not news. Brett Deledio in his usual Thursday slot and more.
8/31/202355 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Musical Chairs

Corbin & Ben give their way-too-early predictions for the AFL Finals, chat with the new Executive General Manager of Football at the AFL Laura Kane, have Marc Murphy in his usual slot and more.
8/28/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Souths house of pain

On InZane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by Daily Telegraph journalist Paul Crawley and NRLW commentator Jo Barrett to discuss the "House of Souths" rugby league melodrama, a side-show that's better than television. 
8/28/202311 minutes
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Nat Fyfe - Everything's just not harmonising and singing properly

Two-time Brownlow medallist and Fremantle star Naf Fyfe speaks to Corbin Middlemas about the injuries he's battled this year and what he's looking to achieve during the off-season.
8/27/20237 minutes, 16 seconds
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Nicoll-Klokstad: "Fans are saying Up the Wahs & This is our year!"

The Warriors securing a top 4 NRL spot is one of the stories of the year as is the form of full back Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad. He signed off last season playing reserve grade with the Raiders and but now he's loving life back in New Zealand. He told Andrew Moore and team that there is a great vibe around Auckland - on the rare occasion he goes anywhere other than his local coffee shop!
8/26/202310 minutes, 40 seconds
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The Lead: 'It's been two wasted games of football for the Essendon Football Club'

Collingwood secured the minor premiership, thrashing Essendon by 70 points in the final round of the AFL season. Today on The Lead, Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling look at where the Bombers need to improve in the off season, and Collingwood defender John Noble joins the team as the Magpies prepare for the 2023 finals series.
8/26/20230
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Sport and Spice - Rugby doldrums and AFLW expectations

Want to know the five biggest storylines heading into the AFLW season? Marnie Vinall from The Age helps preview the biggest season yet. We also try to unpack just how bad a state Rugby Union is in right now, dissect the gross end to the Spanish World Cup win and Lavender somehow convinces Declan to make up an impromptu song about Buddy Franklin.
8/25/20230
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Toby Rudolf: We've just started to play with a bit of confidence

It's been an up and down season for the Sharks but they might be finding form at the right time with 3 wins in a row which including victories over Souths and the Cowboys. Prop Toby Rudolf reckons it's because a few players coming back into the team has given them a fresh burst of confidence. He also gave Andrew Moore and team an update on his name and showed that he's learned a fair bit from Luke Lewis!
8/24/20239 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Look good, feel good, play good.

Corbin & Ben discuss shared gold medals at the World Championships of Athletics. Everything in the world of footy fits into hot news, not news. Marc Murphy on a Thursday after missing Monday and more.
8/24/202355 minutes
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Inzane Rugby League - Have the Bunnies blown it?

On Inzane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by Courier Mail journalist Peter Badel and AAP journalist Joel Gould to discuss Latrell Mitchell's striking charge that rules him out of the round 27 blockbuster with the Roosters? 
8/21/202310 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Two Finger Salute

Corbin & Ben discuss Damien Hardwick's arrival at the Gold Coast Suns, the umpiring error at the end of Adelaide and Sydney, West Coast's win, where it leaves the Dogs and more. Brett Deledio is in for Marc Murphy. Plus overrated/underrated. 
8/21/202355 minutes
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - Shifting The Goalposts

Ben Cameron, Nathan Burke and Marc Murphy give their thoughts on if Adelaide was hard done by following a controversial call by the goal umpire.
8/20/202355 minutes
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The Lead: "Today they're going to recognise the contributions of these heroic figures of our football club'

Today at the MCG, the Tigers will farewell two of their champions in Trent Cotchin and Jack Riewoldt. Richmond CEO Brendon Gale joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling on The Lead, ahead of a historic day for the Richmond Football Club.
8/19/20230
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Sport and Spice - Nothing but Tillies: The full Matildas World Cup wrap up

The last month has been a total rollercoaster and we try sum up the history altering run the Matildas have been on. The highs, lows, lessons, emotions, challenges, legacy, stars and stories from one of the biggest sporting events in Australia's history.
8/18/202355 minutes, 30 seconds
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Sally Shipard: I'm so proud and couldn't be happier for them

Sally Shipard is revered around Australian football circles not only for a playing career that took her to 2 World Cups and an Olympic games but also for being an inspiration to others. She told Ned Hall how proud she is to see the current crop of Matildas - several of whom she played with - in the spotlight. They talked about playing Olympic tournaments in front of little more than family and not being recognised as a national team. She talked about the support from the Matildas Alumni who rallied around when she was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer.
8/17/202314 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Kinetic Energy

Corbin & Ben discuss the Matildas and football funding off the top. Everything in footy is in hot news, not news. Brett Deledio reflects on the career of his close mate Jack Riewoldt, footy camps and extreme lengths to overcome injury. 
8/17/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Should PNG be the next team?

On InZane Rugby League this week Zane Bojack is joined by Dolphins game development manager Shane Morris and Grandstand Rugby League sideline eye Brad Tallon to discuss the next location of the 18th NRL franchise. 
8/14/202336 minutes
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InZane Rugby League - Should PNG be the next team?

On InZane Rugby League this week Zane Bojack is joined by Dolphins game development manager Shane Morris and Grandstand Rugby League sideline eye Brad Tallon to discuss the next location of the 18th NRL franchise. 
8/14/202336 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Scar Tissue

Corbin & Ben discuss the retirements of Nic Naitanui and Paddy McCartin, the disappointing Dogs and the officiating over the weekend. Marc Murphy in his usual slot plus overrated/underrated and we learn what a scallywag Corbin was at school.
8/14/202355 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Scar Tissue

Corbin & Ben discuss the retirements of Nic Naitanui and Paddy McCartin, the disappointing Dogs and the officiating over the weekend. Marc Murphy in his usual slot plus overrated/underrated and we learn what a scallywag Corbin was at school.
8/14/202355 minutes
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The Sunday Footy Forum 13th August

ABC Sport's Clint Wheeldon, The West Australian's Glen Quartermain and The Age's Jake Niall tackle the big issues in the AFL.
8/13/202318 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Sunday Footy Forum 13th August

ABC Sport's Clint Wheeldon, The West Australian's Glen Quartermain and The Age's Jake Niall tackle the big issues in the AFL.
8/13/202318 minutes, 58 seconds
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - Running Behind The Bandwagon

Corbin Middlemas, Marc Murphy and Mitch Cleary have plenty to work through from the weekend including a match-defining goal line review, controversial out of bounds calls and another win for Carlton.
8/13/202355 minutes
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - Running Behind The Bandwagon

Corbin Middlemas, Marc Murphy and Mitch Cleary have plenty to work through from the weekend including a match-defining goal line review, controversial out of bounds calls and another win for Carlton.
8/13/202355 minutes
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The Lead: 'We probably found our DNA again'

Collingwood are back on the winners list, but victory came at a price with Captain Darcy Moore subbed out early with a hamstring injury. Magpies forward Dan McStay joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling on The Lead to look back on the Pies 8 point win over Geelong. And North Melbourne CEO Jen Watt joins the team ahead of the Kangaroos clash with the Bombers.
8/12/20230
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The Lead: 'We probably found our DNA again'

Collingwood are back on the winners list, but victory came at a price with Captain Darcy Moore subbed out early with a hamstring injury. Magpies forward Dan McStay joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling on The Lead to look back on the Pies 8 point win over Geelong. And North Melbourne CEO Jen Watt joins the team ahead of the Kangaroos clash with the Bombers.
8/12/20230
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Sport and Spice - Alexander Campbell is 6200kms into his walk around the world

Alexander Campbell is walking around the world and we check in after 6200kms on his first stop in Darwin to hear about crocodile encounters, free tinnies and the one outfit he's packed for the whole trip. We'll also relive the best moments from the Tillies win on Monday plus throw down some predictions for the rest of the World Cup. There's also talented sporting families, AFL GF entertainment and a bizarre Rugby World Cup squad on the cards.
8/11/20230
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Sport and Spice - Alexander Campbell is 6200kms into his walk around the world

Alexander Campbell is walking around the world and we check in after 6200kms on his first stop in Darwin to hear about crocodile encounters, free tinnies and the one outfit he's packed for the whole trip. We'll also relive the best moments from the Tillies win on Monday plus throw down some predictions for the rest of the World Cup. There's also talented sporting families, AFL GF entertainment and a bizarre Rugby World Cup squad on the cards.
8/11/20230
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Corbin & Ben - Nothingman

Corbin & Ben discuss everything around the league in hot news, not news. A very open and reflective Brett Deledio joins the show to remember his former teammate Trent Cotchin and more. 
8/10/202355 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - Nothingman

Corbin & Ben discuss everything around the league in hot news, not news. A very open and reflective Brett Deledio joins the show to remember his former teammate Trent Cotchin and more. 
8/10/202355 minutes
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Chloe Molloy says the AFLW is "way bigger than football"

The new Sydney Swans AFLW co-captain has a mindset different to most. Molloy, a two time All-Australian, left a successful Collingwood to join the winless Swans to help grow the game and challenge herself. She's also keenly aware that the sport goes way beyond simply playing footy and says you should have FOMO is you're not on board the train. Molloy joins Declan & Marlee ahead of the AFLW season.
8/8/202316 minutes, 10 seconds
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Chloe Molloy says the AFLW is "way bigger than football"

The new Sydney Swans AFLW co-captain has a mindset different to most. Molloy, a two time All-Australian, left a successful Collingwood to join the winless Swans to help grow the game and challenge herself. She's also keenly aware that the sport goes way beyond simply playing footy and says you should have FOMO is you're not on board the train. Molloy joins Declan & Marlee ahead of the AFLW season.
8/8/202316 minutes, 10 seconds
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Corbin & Ben - The Finn-isher!

Corbin & Ben discuss the Pies losing Nick Daicos for six weeks, why more teams don't tag, how big the Harry Petty injury is and more in flesh it out, throw it out. Marc Murphy in his usual weekly slot and more. 
8/7/202355 minutes
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Corbin & Ben - The Finn-isher!

Corbin & Ben discuss the Pies losing Nick Daicos for six weeks, why more teams don't tag, how big the Harry Petty injury is and more in flesh it out, throw it out. Marc Murphy in his usual weekly slot and more. 
8/7/202355 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Time for the NRL to head West

On Inzane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by North Queensland Cowboys legend and high performance director Paul Bowman as he breaks down the Penrith game plan, explains how he made three tackles for the Maroons with a busted medial and why Perth should be the next port of call for the NRL. 
8/7/20239 minutes
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InZane Rugby League: Time for the NRL to head West

On Inzane Rugby League this week, Zane Bojack is joined by North Queensland Cowboys legend and high performance director Paul Bowman as he breaks down the Penrith game plan, explains how he made three tackles for the Maroons with a busted medial and why Perth should be the next port of call for the NRL. 
8/7/20239 minutes
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The Sunday Footy Forum 6

ABC Sport's Clint Wheeldon, The West Australian's Glen Quartermain and The Age's Jake Niall tackle the big issues in the AFL.
8/6/202318 minutes, 58 seconds
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The Sunday Footy Forum 6

ABC Sport's Clint Wheeldon, The West Australian's Glen Quartermain and The Age's Jake Niall tackle the big issues in the AFL.
8/6/202318 minutes, 58 seconds
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - The Blueprint

Chad Wingard joins Corbin Middlemas and Marc Murphy in the studio to celebrate Hawthorn's upset win against Collingwood. The trio discuss how Nick Daicos' injury will impact the Pies run to finals, while Geelong defender Tom Stewart is today's special guest.
8/6/202355 minutes
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Grandstand AFL Sunday - The Blueprint

Chad Wingard joins Corbin Middlemas and Marc Murphy in the studio to celebrate Hawthorn's upset win against Collingwood. The trio discuss how Nick Daicos' injury will impact the Pies run to finals, while Geelong defender Tom Stewart is today's special guest.
8/6/202355 minutes
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The Lead - 'I'd be confident coming up against any team'

After an inconsistent season, the Western Bulldogs were at their best at Docklands Friday night. Bulldogs defender Liam Jones joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling on The Lead after an impressive 55 point win over the Tigers. And the team look at all the big issues making news in Round 21.
8/5/20230
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The Lead - 'I'd be confident coming up against any team'

After an inconsistent season, the Western Bulldogs were at their best at Docklands Friday night. Bulldogs defender Liam Jones joins Matt Clinch, Adam Ramanauskas and Cameron Ling on The Lead after an impressive 55 point win over the Tigers. And the team look at all the big issues making news in Round 21.
8/5/2023