Renae Ingles joined the Breakfast Club ahead of the return of Suncorp Super Netball this weekend as we head towards the finals push for all the contenders and this week is an autism awareness game too for her son Jacob.
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Scott Gullan and John Hastings. On the show today, Australian Cricketer Peter Siddle, Giaan Rooney with the latest from the FINA World Championships, Glenn McFarlane from the Herald Sun with all the AFL news, Mitch Robinson from Brisbane, and Marcus Bontempelli from the Western Bulldogs in the Inner Sanctum.
Marcus Bontempelli jumps into the Inner Sanctum again where the Dogs blew a chance to jump over the chasing pack just outside the 8. It now means they will need to win their last 5 games to make the 8.
Mitch Robinson jumps on the line after a big Saturday night against North Melbourne and in an ironic twist after some controversial umpiring decisions, the Lions were filling in for umpires at local footy level yesterday!
Overnight Kyle Chalmers finished 13th in the 200m free and Minna Atherton swam a huge PB in the 100m backstroke plus we see what Giaan Rooney has to say about swimming's biggest talent, Ariarne Titmus.
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Scott Gullan and Brendon Goddard. On the show today, Australian Women's Cricketer Meg Lanning, Justin Falconer from Golf Australia wraps up The Open Championship, Australian ODI Vice Captain Alex Carey, Ed Curnow from Carlton, James Frawley from Hawthorn, and Rodney Eade wraps up Round 18 of the AFL.
Another masterclass from the box yesterday from Clarkson ensured the Hawks beat their arch rivals the Cats again at the MCG with a big win that keeps their finals hopes alive. James Frawley joined the Breakfast Club
Rodney Eade joined the Breakfast Club to review Round 18 with a few massive wins including the bounce back win for the Giants, Essendon's best win in years, down weeks for the Adelaide teams and the Western Bulldogs missing another opportunity.