Drive with Joel and Fletch on 1170 SEN Sydney
Max Rushden, Sam Perry and Producers Pat and Charlie take you for a ride on Drive. Sam and Max speak with Jack Leach in an honest discussion about what took place at the Gabba. Adam Collins previews the 4th test and McGrath Foundation CEO Holly Masters joins us from the SCG. Former North Sydney Bear Greg Florimo takes us on a trip down memory lane and Mark Bosnich wraps up a massive 48 hours in the EPL.
The show started off pedal to the medal, as the boys deconstructed a sports radio show. Max and Pez then looked ahead to the Sydney Test of the Ashes with Bharat Sundaresan, spoke to Will Pucovski ahead of his return to grade cricket, Tim Mannah for an NRL Update and Host of Inside the Tour Podcast Mark Pougatch.
Straight off the top Max is picking holes in the plot lines of the film Grease, Max talks through his experience at the Boxing Day test watching his countrymen getting pulverised by the Australian and Max is looking for punishment.
Brett 'Noddy' Kimmorley and Nick Davis, hosted the last summer drive program for the year. The boys were joined by Peter Lalor who broke the news this afternoon that Travis Head will be out of the SCG test, Newscorp Basketball Reporter Matt Logue on the impacts of COVID on the NBA and the NBL, Tony Emmerson the head of the Sydney chapter of the Barmy Army and Sam Hargreves previewed the big bash clash between the Sydney Thunder and the Adelaide Strikers.
Mark Bosnich and Max Rushden were joined again for another chaotic but hilarious show this afternoon.Guests: Trevor Bayliss Head Coach of the Sydney Thunder (23:22), Kieran Pender from the Guardian Australia (41:19), Aaron Hapgood from Reel Adventures (01:13:32) and Football Writer and Author Jonathan Wilson (01:42:13).
It was the Max and Sam show this afternoon, if you like your humour dry then this was the show for you. The boys had one eye on the Boxing Day Test, wrapped the Sydney Sixers win over the Adelaide Strikers and borrowed a few segments of Joel and Fletch.Guests: Sydney Sixers Quick Sean Abbott (23:33), SEN Test Cricket Commentator Adam Collins (41:16), Felix Von Hofe from Sportsbet (01:05:57), One Half of the Grade Cricketer Ian Higgins (01:20:32) and Channel 4 News Correspondent Jordan Jarrett-Bryan (01:37:39)
It's been an impressive month for Sean Abbott balancing his time between fatherhood and duties for the Sixers as they march toward a three-peat. Sean last night became the highest wicket taker in the Big Bash and joined the show to chat to Max & Sam.
Max Rushden and Mark Bosnich drove you home on your Tuesday, as they took a look back at some of the big sporting stories from the weekend. None more so than Ange Postecoglou who led Celtic to their 20th Scottish Premier League and England have gone 2-0 down in the Ashes.Today's Guests: NRL News Update with Sportsday NSW host Scott Sattler (11:37), Former Australian Test wicket-keeper and SEN commentator Ian Healy (01:16:31) and Talk Sport Journalist Stewart Weir (01:37:32)
The boys are reviewing the day/night test in Adelaide and looking toward the Boxing Day test. Plenty of questions surrounding the make-up of the English side following another poor showing from the top order and whether or not Josh Hazlewood will be fit for Boxing Day.
Dougy Bollinger and Tim Mannah were in the chair this afternoon, the topic was bald legends.Today's Guests: Former Parramatta Eels forward and bald legend David Gower (41:05), Paramatta Eels forward Nathan Brown (52:40), SEN Cricket Expert Adam Collins (01:03:16), NSW Breakers and Australian wicket-keeper Alyssa Healy (01:19:07) and Sean Ormerod from Sportsbet (01:33:04).
The boys are catching up with one of Timmy's teammates David Gower who is a proud bald man. Gowie explains how he's still involved at Parramatta and which one of the Parra boys are looking a little thin on top.
Mitch Marsh scored a hundred last night for the Perth Scorchers as they smashed the Hobart Hurricanes, Man City also demolished Leeds United which led to the boys discussing the biggest drubbings they've been on the receiving end of.