On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Jason Horne-Francis, Harry McKay's deal and more 2. AFL.com.au's Josh Gabelich 3. Matt Rendell 4. Lost in the wash 5. Matt White on the NRL Grand Final 6. Brett Phillips talking tennis
Brett Phillips is back with another big show wrapping up all the winners of the last week on tour, Adrian Salerno - Sustainability Project Manager (Wilson/Game Recycling initiative) jumped into the studio, Matt Levey CEO of One Padel in the build up to the Melbourne Classic, Paul Ranson - Treasurer of Shepparton Lawn Tennis Club chatted UTR and the regional /overall situation and Omar Jasika on the back of 59 wins this year in his comeback year joined the show.
Brett Phillips is back with another show, wrapping up the 2022 Laver Cup and the swan song of Roger Federer. Aussie Pro Alex Bozovic joins the show after her back to back titles at the ITF 25K in Darwin. Brett also chats to 18 year old rising prospect Talia Gibson from WA in her breakout first full year on the pro tour and we delve into the UTR Mailbag.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Grand Final wash-up 2. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 3. Matt Rendell from Trade Radio 4. Lost in the wash 5. Australian Grand Prix CEO Andrew Westacott 6. Brett Phillips talking tennis
Brett Phillips is back with another show following the news of Roger Federer's retirement, reflections on Australia's Davis Cup week in Hamburg qualifying for the final 8, young Aussie Dane Sweeny, winning the Australian Pro Tour ITF 25K in Darwin and Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley around the new participation strategy being adopted by the national body.
On the show today: 1. Geelong's Cam Guthrie 2. Midday Madness - AFL Preliminary final wash-up, Cripps wins the Brownlow and more 3. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 4. SEN Chief Reporter Sam Edmund 5. Who should present the 2022 Premiership Cup to Geelong or Sydney? 6. Lost in the wash 7. Brett Phillips talking tennis
On Monday morning, Gerard's editorial on the weekend's semi-finals (00:35) was followed by your Snap Judgements on the two games at the MCG (7:25). He was then joined by David King for 'The Monday Means Test' where they dissected the weekend's finals, with Kingy explaining what went wrong for Melbourne in 2022, why Friday night was Chris Fagan's "finest moment", why Collingwood don't need "pure play" to succeed, and why Fremantle have to "embrace the chaos" (25:26). He then spoke to Robert Craddock about Aaron Finch's retirement from ODI cricket (1:18:42), and after Brett Phillips recapped the US Open final (1:41:25), Ben Graham called in to wrap up Week 1 in the NFL (1:45:14). Lastly, he was joined by Gareth Hall, who looked at all the racing action from the weekend (1:48:37).
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - semi-finals wash-up, Jarrod Berry and more 2. AFL Nation commentator Nathan Jones 3. Melbourne Storm GM of Football Frank Ponissi 4. Lost in the wash 5. Brett Phillips on the US Open
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Bucks' Ramble included chats about the weekend's footy, the sport being played this morning, Queen Elizabeth's passing, and more. The first instalment of 'The Buck Stops Here' looked at Melbourne vs Brisbane, and it returned to look at Collingwood vs Fremantle after getting a quick US Open update from Brett Phillips. They were joined by Cam Guthrie ahead of the Cats' preliminary final against the Lions on Friday night, and after their 'Questions Without Notice', they were joined by Riley Beveridge, who had the latest footy news.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Joe Daniher to miss for Brisbane, equalisation and player retention 2. North Melbourne veteran Todd Goldstein on re-signing 3. Richmond legend Francis Bourke on meeting the Queen in 1970 when she attended a VFL match 4. Campbell Brown 5. Lost in the wash 6. Brett Phillips on the US Open 7. Adelaide AFLW Rising Star Abbey Ballard
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Gerard to talk about the match between Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz and the likely rivalry we're going to see between them, Francis Tiafoe's dominant quarter final win, and more.
On the show today: 1. Midday Madness - Bombers fans, who do you want to see in the job? 2. Sam Hargreaves SEN Cricket Commentator 3. Brett Phillips tennis expert 4. Michael Barlow AFL Nation Commentator
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' was followed by one of the best crosses all year with John from Epping, and they then caught up with NFL insider Michael Lombardi ahead of the season start this weekend. After discussing Ross Lyon's decision to pull out of the Essendon's coaching job, they got a brief US Open update from Brett Phillips, and the latest trade, free agency and draft news from Cal Twomey. Tim posed some big questions regarding this weekend's semi-finals before they were joined by 'Slippery' Steve Smirlis, who talked all things cars. And after their 'Questions Without Notice', they were joined by David Neitz.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to explain why he thinks the "penny has dropped" despite his loss to Karen Khachanov in the quarter finals yesterday, and also to share who he thinks will win the men's title.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to talk about Ajla Tomljanovic's loss to Ons Jabeur, Nick Kyrgios' upcoming match against Karen Khachanov and his likely meeting with Casper Ruud in the semi-finals.
On Wednesday morning, the AFL's TV rights dominated discussion in Garry and Tim's 'Ramble', and that continued when they were joined by Channel 7 Melbourne Managing Director Lewis Martin. After taking your calls in 'Conversation Starters', they spoke to Brett Phillips for a US Open update, and then were joined by Sam Edmund who had the latest player movement news in the AFL. Steven May called in ahead of Melbourne's semi-final against Brisbane this weekend, and following their trip to 'The Wonderful World of Wine' with George Samios, they were joined by Gillon McLachlan.
Brett Phillips is back with another big show with all the latest out of the US Open, including heading to New York to catch up with tennis journalist Courtney Walsh. The UTR Mailbag is back and we catch up with brother and sister Hayden and Emerson Jones who are making their way in the sport in Australia.
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included discussion about the finals over the weekend, Garry's tacos on Thursday night, the AFL TV rights, Tim's dog walking, and more. To finish the first hour, Dustin Fletcher called in from the US after his sons went head to head in college football over the weekend, and in 'Conversation Starters' they addressed why we need to start giving Steve Hocking credit for the state of the game, the non-negotiables about the way players need to play, Dustin Martin's future at Richmond, and more. After a quick US Open update from Brett Phillips, they were joined by Simon Madden, who spoke about his exit from the Essendon board for the first time. Brownlow favourite Lachie Neale called in ahead of Brisbane's semi-final against Melbourne on Friday night, and following their 'Questions Without Notice', they were joined by Carlton midfielder Lucy McEvoy.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to chat about Rafael Nadal's intense battle with Francis Tiafoe at the US Open, the massive crowd for Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis' doubles match, Iga Swiatek's three-set win, Kyrgios' chances of going all the way, and more.
SEN Tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Bucks to talk about the high anticipation ahead of Nick Kyrgios match against Daniil Medvedev today, and Ajla Tomljanovic's win against Serena Williams over the weekend.
On Monday morning, the incredible weekend of finals action was the key topic in Garry and Bucks' 'Ramble', and in an extended 'The Buck Stops Here' they looked at the importance of Luke Ryan to Fremantle's young side, the way Geelong responded to Collingwood's immense pressure, the key moments in Sydney's win over Melbourne, the two match-ups that stood out in Brisbane vs Richmond, and more. Brett Phillips snuck in for a US Open in between the 'Buck Stops Here', as did Sam Edmund who had the latest footy news from the weekend. They used calls to drive their 'Questions Without Notice' and finished off with by chatting to Angus Brayshaw.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to talk about Nick Kyrgios current match against Benjamin Bonzi, Jordan Thompson's contest against Daniel Galan, Kyrgios' chances of winning the tournament, Rafael Nadal's match against Rinky Hijikata, Serena Williams' upcoming match this morning, and more.
On Thursday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included chats around their interview with Michael Oher, Tacos, Garry's memorabilia collection, and more. The first hour of the show concluded with their regular catch up with John from Epping, and in 'Conversation Starters' they reacted to the leaked footage of Dustin Martin. They were then joined by new North Melbourne GM of Football Todd Viney, and after a US Open update from Brett Phillips, they got the latest AFL player movement news from Cal Twomey. They had a special chat with former NFL player and the inspiration behind the film 'The Blindside' Michael Oher, and in the middle of a short and sharp 'Questions Without Notice', Mario from Chemist Warehouse joined them in the studio.
SEN Tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to recap Nick Kyrgios' strong performance against Thanasi Kokkinakis, Venus Williams' tough loss, Serena Williams' continued farewell tour, and to preview the Aussies hitting the court today.
On Wednesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included chats about electric air taxis, Serena Williams, revisiting your old club, and more. They weighed in on Cam Smith's defection to LIV Golf, and then moved onto 'Conversation Starters' where they discussed the best combinations and structures in the 2022 finals series, Nick Daicos' wish to continue wearing number 35, the "themes" coaches would be using ahead of the finals, and more. After a quick US Open update from Brett Phillips, they were joined by Sam Edmund, who shared more on Smith's decision to sign with LIV Golf and the latest footy news. Caleb Daniel called in ahead of the Western Bulldogs' elimination final against Fremantle, and they also chatted to Mike Clayton, who gave his take on the impact of Smith's LIV Golf defection. Lastly, they caught up with George Samios for 'The Wonderful World of Wine'.
SEN tennis expert Brett Phillips joined Garry and Tim to talk through the early action from the US Open, including Alex De Minaur's strong win, Simona Halep's upset loss, Serena Williams upcoming match, Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis' upcoming match, and more.
On Tuesday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' touched on the TV show Tim's been watching, Essendon's coaching selection panel, Father's Day gift ideas, Tim's stoush, and more. After looking at Conor McKenna's potential AFL return and the side facing the most pressure coming into finals, they moved onto 'Conversation Starters' where they discussed what Alastair Clarkson has learnt in his time away from the game, the kind of coach Essendon should be looking for, the pressure on Geelong and Gary Rohan, and more. Ben Brown called in ahead of Melbourne's qualifying final against Sydney, and following their US Open update with Brett Phillips, Sam Edmund joined them in the studio to deliver the latest footy news. And they also spoke to avid SEN listener, Vic from Mooroopna in the studio, amid their 'Questions Without Notice'.
Go to https://getroman.com/ROSE TODAY. If approved, you'll get fifteen dollars off your first order of Roman T-support Grade your sports with CSG. Get $15 off yearly memberships with promo code ROSE at https://csgcards.com Tyler Glasnow is back to talk about getting ready to throw to hitters, Drew Rasmussen's near perfect game, worried about being traded, Brett Phillips getting DFA'd, playing chess in NYC, watching "The Captain" and more!
Paul and Tim discuss the news that Kyle Stowers has had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk. Then they talk about why Brett Phillips was designated for assignment and when O's fans could see Gunnar Henderson in Baltimore.
The Toronto Blue Jays simply can not stop Ryan Mountcastle, who homered in Toronto again on Monday night. Host Connor Newcomb recaps the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 victory over the Blue Jays and gives you the five things you need to know from the win, including Ryan McKenna's career night, Kyle Bradish's continued chaos on the mound, and Dillon Tate's masterpiece in relief. Then, Connor dives into some of the recent Orioles handlings of players like DL Hall, Tyler Nevin, Brett Phillips, and Anthony Santander, among others, and posits that Mike Elias and the Orioles front office may be straying away from the 'plan' just a bit after seeing that the Orioles really can be a playoff team in 2022. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Vroom With Vroom, you can buy a car entirely online, and have it delivered straight to you, so you never have to go to a dealership again. So, next time you need to buy a car, just grab your phone, go to Vroom.com and check out thousands of great cars. Liver Health Formula Now it's easy to rejuvenate your liver health and reignite your metabolism...Thanks to Liver Health Formula by PureHealth Research. Go to getliverhelp.com/MLB to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On The Wire - Adam Howe and Kevin Hasting are joined by special guest Jason Martinez of Roster Resource to break down the eighteenth FAAB run of the 2022 season, specifically breaking down the roster crunches that hapopened thanks in part to the eventful MLB trade deadline that passed this past Tuesday.We hit on news of the week that may impact your FAAB considerations as well as focusing on how Jason manages to keep up with everything across baseball to keep Roster Resource as one of the most up-to-date reference pieces around. Players discussed: Mark Melancon, Ian Kennedy, Yoshi Tsutsugo, Tucupita Marcano, Bubba Thompson, Michael Massey, Franmil Reyes, Hunter Gaddis, Jean Segura, Thairo Estrada, Robbie Grossman, Austin Meadows, Brett Phillips, Austin Hays, Eric Hosmer, Reese McGuire, Max Castillo, Joey Gallo, Trevor Rosenthal, Jorge López, Félix Bautista, David Robertson, Mychal Givens, Rowan Wick, J.D. Davis, Luke Voit, Lane Thomas, C.J. Abrams, Nick Gordon Get 10% off your first month of therapy on us! - BetterHelp.com/pitcherlist Hosts: Adam Howe | Kevin Hasting Guest: Jason Martinez | Roster Resource | Fangraphs Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSS Connect: Twitter | OnTheWirePod@gmail.com | Join PL+Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
11:34 - Nationals: in-depth react to the Nats trading Juan Soto and Josh Bell to the San Diego Padres for six players 33:36 - Commanders: analysis of Jamin Davis, Cole Holcomb and the Commanders' approach at mike linebacker off comments from Holcomb and Ron Rivera at post-practice press conferences at Commanders Training Camp 42:08 - Commanders: thoughts on padded practices, Carson Wentz, Taylor Heinicke, Sam Howell, Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and more off comments from Dotson and Ron Rivera at post-practice press conferences at Commanders Training Camp 51:19 - Nationals: examining an improbable 5-1 win over the National League East-leading New York Mets 59:25 - Orioles: breakdowns of the O's trading Jorge Lopez, trading for Brett Phillips and winning at the Texas Rangers, 8-2 Visit DrinkTrade.com/AlGaldi for $30 off great coffee Visit HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices