The Professor and the panel of the Judge, the Gelding and Paul Dalligan speak with special guest, Dr Alan Pearce, Neurophysiologist about CTE & concussion and the diagnosis of the first female athlete with CTE. Paul Dalligan previews State of Origin 3 and looks at round 19 of the NRL season. The Gelding comments on Johnny Bairstow’s unusual dismissal in the second Ashes test and says the third test is delicately poised prior to the fourth day’s play with Australia needing quick wickets to put the pressure on England.
The Professor and the panel of the Judge, the Gelding and Paul Dalligan query whether the AFL really is in an ‘incredible’ position. Paul Dalligan reviews round 2 of the NRL season, the Judge queries why there aren’t more women commentating on AFLW matches, the Gelding looks at the fourth test in India and also gives his best bets for today’s Echuca and Stony Creek race meetings.
The Professor and the panel of the Judge, the Gelding, Coutta and Paul Dalligan discuss the poor crowd at the GWS v Gold Coast Suns match, whether those clubs could be called a success and why Tasmania should have a team in the AFL. Paul Dalligan reviews round 4 of the NRL, Coutta talks AFLW preliminary finals and the Women’s One Day Final between Australia and England and the Gelding chimes in with some tips for Hamilton races.
The Professor and the panel of the Judge, Paul Dalligan and the Gelding talk with special guest, Sandy Jamieson about his 1ClubGolf initiative and the challenges facing the sport of golf post Covid.
Paul Dalligan reviews round 1 of the NRL and round 3 of the NRLW.
The panel discusses the suggestion of moving the start of the new AFLW season to late August 2022 and the Professor asks if independent grounds keepers should prepare test cricket pitches given the ‘road’ that was used for the first test between Pakistan and Australia.
The Professor and the panel of the Judge, the Gelding and Coutta review the results from the Australian Open to date including Ash Barty’s win in the women’s singles – the first time an Australian has won the Open in 44 years, the win by the Special K’s – Kyrgios and Kokkinakis in the all Australian men’s doubles final Jaime Fourlis and Jason Kubler making the mixed doubles final and Dylan Alcott’s last match in the men’s quad wheelchair singles.
The Judge queries whether the women’s cricket matches against England can be called ‘the Ashes.
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The Professor and the panel of Sarah Radlow, Paul Dalligan and the Gelding discuss the release of the AFLW 2022 fixture during the week and are disappointed the AFL gave it less than 24 hours breathing room before releasing the men’s 2022 fixture. Paul Dalligan looks at the best stories in NRL for 2021 and the Gelding reviews the big racing stories for the year. The panel also predicts the outcome of the coming Ashes series between Australia and England.
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The Professor and the panel of the Judge, Coutta, Sarah Radlow, Paul Dalligan and the Gelding discuss the effect sports gambling has on the community with special guest, Tim Costello. The panel also look at Tim Paine standing down as Australian cricket captain due to a texting scandal, Paul Dalligan talks about the Canterbury Bulldogs latest signing and the Gelding gives his tips for today’s Kilmore and Swan Hill races.
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The Professor and the panel of the Judge, Sarah Radlow and the Gelding talk with special guest, SEN’s Brett Phillips about the coming Australian Open and whether players will need to be vaccinated to enter Australia. They also speak to Sean Callanan about his nomination for the Collingwood FC Board, the Gelding reviews the four day Flemington carnival and they discuss private equity firms getting involved with Cricket Australia and whether that would ultimately be good for the ‘grass roots’.
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The Professor and the panel of Sarah Radlow, Paul Dalligan, the Judge and Coutta discuss whether to ‘take a knee or not to take a knee’ and Quinton De Kock’s decision to choose not to play for South Africa in a T-20 match rather than be directed to take a knee. Paul Dalligan talks about the three Penrith Panther’s players issued with breach notices by the NRL for bringing the game into disrepute, the panel comment on Collingwood’s Jordan De Goey being arrested in New York for allegedly groping a woman and look at Adelaide United’s Josh Cavallo who announced during the week that he is gay. The Gelding provides some tips for today’s Mornington and Mortlake race meetings.
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The Professor and the panel of Sarah Radlow, the Gelding, Coutta, Paul Dalligan and the Judge talk with special guest Lynne Anderson, the CEO of Paralympics Australia, Paul Dalligan reviews the NRL finals played to date and previews the Eels v Knights final, Coutta talks about unseeded Emma Raducanu’s stunning win in the women’s singles at the US Open, Sarah Radlow discusses Cricket Australia’s announcement that the one off Test match against Afghanistan may be cancelled and the Gelding gives his red hot tips for today’s Cranbourne and Donald race meetings.
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