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The Breakfast Club Podcast Tuesday 18th February 2020. Catch up with the best of this morning's show.

2/17/2020
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Scott Gullan. On the show today, Russel Milton with the latest EPL news, Ben Everill on Adam Scott's win in the Genesis Open, Motor Racing Legend Larry Perkins, Andrew Kellaway from the Melbourne Rebels, Andrew Bogut from the Sydney Kings, Queensland PGA Winner Michael Sim, Victorian Cricket Coach Lachie Stevens, and former NRL star turned golfer Ben Ikin.

Duration:01:03:55

Queensland PGA - Ben Ikin, Former NRL star turned golfer

2/17/2020
12 months on from his golfing debut, Ben Ikin returned to the scene of the crime. This year he faired a little better, still missing the cut but scoring +5 (Tied 109)

Duration:00:06:08

Cricket Victoria - Lachie Stevens Vic Coach

2/17/2020
Victoria claimed their first Sheffield Shield win of the 2019/20 season. A bold declaration from Peter Handscomb, terrific 95 & 100* from Nic Maddinson, and the performance of new, young spin-bowler Wil Parker helped the Vics set the tone for the win

Duration:00:10:20

Winner of the Queensland PGA - Michael Sim

2/17/2020
Brad Kennedy blew his final few shots to give away his lead on Sunday which allowed Michael Sim to swoop in and claim victory at the Queensland PGA in a playoff

Duration:00:06:29

NBL Finals / Boomers - Andrew Bogut; Sydney Kings

2/17/2020
The Sydney Kings created history during the home and away season, sitting 1st on the table throughout the entire year, for the 2nd year in a row, Melbourne United stand in their way between them & the NBL Finals

Duration:00:11:54

Melbourne Rebels win! - Andrew Kellaway, Melbourne Rebels winger

2/17/2020
The Rebels celebrated their 10th year in the competition on Friday night. 10 years ago they went down 40-0, this time against NSW Waratah's they turned the tables winning 24-10, Andrew himself scoring 2 tries in the win!

Duration:00:07:04

Holden is no more! - Larry Perkins, Holden Supercars Legend

2/17/2020
Motor-racing legend Larry Perkins drove Holden throughout his racing career between 1985-2003. It was announced yesterday that the Lion brand is no longer as production will cease next year. Supercars will be the biggest of sports affected by this decision

Duration:00:10:59

The Early Mail - Monday 18th February 2020

2/17/2020
#TheEarlyMail for racing today from Benalla with Rob Hickmott.

Duration:00:04:40

Adam Scott Genesis Open Win - Ben Everill, PGA Tour Media Manager

2/17/2020
Yesterday, Adam Scott became the 6th Aussie in 2020 to win on the PGA or European Tour. He finished 2 shots ahead of the field in. Scott’s win is a big personal moment for the 39-year-old, whose world ranking had slipped to 76 in 2018

Duration:00:06:37

The Breakfast Bite Tuesday 18th February 2020

2/17/2020
Joe Pignataro with all the latest sporting news from Overnight. Catch up on what has been making news in the world of sport with the Breakfast Bite.

Duration:00:21:19

The Breakfast Club Podcast Monday 17th February 2020. Catch up with the best of this morning's show.

2/16/2020
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Scott Gullan. On the show today, Associated Press Global Sports Correspondent Rob Harris discusses the sanctions dealt to Manchester City by UEFA, former Victorian Cricketer Bryce McGain, Trainer Sharyn Trolove, Mark Hayes from Golf Australia, Sam Walsh from Carlton, and Supercars Champion Scott McLaughlin.

Duration:01:01:27

Scott McLaughlin, 2018/2019 V8 Supercars Champion - IndyCars

2/16/2020
Scott McLaughlin had the experience of a lifetime, driving over in Texas in Indycars for the week. He is loving every moment but also keeping focused on attaining his 3rd straight V8 Supercars Championship this year, he has now returned to Adelaide to focus on the first round of Supercars this weekend

Duration:00:06:33

Sam Walsh, Carlton young superstar

2/16/2020
Carlton are building nicely toward round 1 where they'll face traditional rivals Richmond, Sam Walsh takes us inside the Carlton pre-season under new coach David Teague & what has changed at the Blues in the last 6 months

Duration:00:11:05

Australian Womens Open- Mark Hayes, Golf Australia Media Manager

2/16/2020
Inbee Park has dominated Royal Adelaide Golf Club to win the Australian Womens Open by 3 shots to American, Amy Olson who has produced her best placing of her career. Mark Hayes, Golf Australia Media Manager joined the Breakfast Club

Duration:00:12:50

Winning Trainer of the 2020 Buchan Cup - Sharyn Trolove

2/16/2020
Tycoon Felix has won the 2020 Buchan Cup, winning trainer Sharyn Trolove had one of her proudest moments as a trainer over the weekend after Bushfires devastated the town of Buchan.

Duration:00:04:57

Victoria has unearthed another spinner! - Bryce McGain; Former Victorian Spin-Bowler

2/16/2020
Wil Parker, the young Victorian has excited during his Sheffield Shield debut vs. NSW taking 3/54 from his 25 overs in the first innings. NSW need 248 runs today to claim victory on the final day of the shield match. Bryce McGain; Former Victorian Spin-Bowler joined the Breakfast Club

Duration:00:13:38

Manchester City Banned - Rob Harris, Associated Press Global Sports Correspondent

2/16/2020
Over the weekend Mancester City were banned from the Champions League for the next 2 seasons by UEFA and fined $30 million euros for serious breaches of UEFA Financial Rules. Rob Harris, Associated Press Global Sports Correspondent joined the Breakfast Club.

Duration:00:10:14

The Breakfast Bite Monday 17th February 2020

2/16/2020
Joe Pignataro with all the latest sporting news from Overnight. Catch up on what has been making news in the world of sport with the Breakfast Bite.

Duration:00:24:14

The Breakfast Club Podcast Friday 14th February 2020. Catch up with the best of this morning's show.

2/13/2020
The Breakfast Club with Daniel Harford, Adam White and Adam Ramanauskas. On the show today, The Friday Form with Deane Lester and the TAB's Nick Quinn, Essendon Assistant Coach James Kelly, Melbourne Rebels CEO Baden Stephenson, and Hawthorn Midfielder Jaeger O'Meara.

Duration:01:01:27

Jaegar O'Meara, Hawthorn Midfielder - Marsh Series, starting next Thursday at RSEA Park - St Kilda v Hawthorn

2/13/2020
We're getting closer each day to the start of the 2020 AFL season, before that we have the Marsh Series, starting next Thursday at RSEA Park - St Kilda v Hawthorn and then the Hawk’s extra practice match against St Kilda, to be held in Morwell on Friday February 28th. Jaegar O'Meara joined the Breakfast Club

Duration:00:07:32