The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Kevin Bartlett. On the show today, Media Legend David Hill, Craig Gabriel in the studio looking at the Australian Open, Melbourne Victory Goalkeeper Laurence Thomas, and Melbourne Storm CEO Dave Donaghy.
It's been a year to forget for the Victory, amazingly they're still in contention to play A-League finals, but they must win tomorrow night vs. Sydney FC in their annual UNITE match. Which is a celebration of how football unites people of all cultures, ages and backgrounds
David Hill has been caught up in a social media storm, people believe he was the man snapped in the photo at the 1996 Super Bowl with an Australia A cricket playing shirt on. We chat exclusively to David about whether it really is him!
The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Bryce McGain. On the show today, Locked On 49ers Podcast Host Brian Peacock, Craig Gabriel in the studio looking at the Australian Open, Melbourne City Captain Scott Jamieson, Victorian Cricket Captain Meg Lanning, Melbourne Rebels Captain Dane Haylett-Petty, and Cycling Commentator Matt Keenan.
Stage 1 of the Tour Downunder kicked off yesterday, 150km of racing through Tanunda in the Barossa Valley. Irishman Sam Bennett wins Stage 1 of the Tour Down Under in a photo finish in the Barossa Valley
Victoria yesterday claimed the win over Tasmania in the WNCL by 5 wickets with Sophie Molineaux named player of the match. Meg is also building up to leading the Woman's Cricket Team in this years T20 Womens Tri-Series vs. England & the T20 Womens World Cup beginning on February 21
Melbourne City have started the 2020 year off with 2 wins & 1 draw, they're 2 points clear of Perth Glory & have the chance to extend that gap further this weekend when the host the Glory. Scotty is also doing his bit of bushfire victims, by auctioning off a round of golf with himself to the highest bidder
The Summer Breakfast Club with Andrew Mayes and Kevin Bartlett. On the show today, Russell Milton with the latest EPL news, Craig Gabriel in the studio looking at the Australian Open, Australian Tennis Player Andrew Harris, Former Swan turned Sydney Rooster Nick Davis, and Fox Sports A-League Commentator Simon Hill.
Andrew Harris had an Australian Open experience to remember. The 24 year old went down in the first round to Berretini but the road to get to the Open is one he'll never forget receiving a wildcard to play in this years tournament