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SEN WA's Adam Gilchrist joined Gerard to talk through Cricket Australia's chances of revoking David Warner's lifetime leadership ban, who he thinks the next ODI captain should be, why Australia will "embrace the pressure" at the T20 World Cup, England's confidence ahead of next year's Ashes, what the loss of Shane Warne and Andrew Symonds will mean for the Fox Cricket commentary this summer, and more.
An elderly man has died after he was attacked by a kangaroo that he was keeping as a pet, Anne, the princess royal, will accompany the Queen's body on the next leg of its journey, a popular soft drink has been permanently removed from Aussie supermarket shelves, David Warner is set to meet with Cricket Australia about his lifetime leadership ban, Emmy winners, and the Falls Festival has dropped a bit of a bombshell.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The NFL The NFL has reasserted its prowess over global sports by once again dominating the ranks of the world's most valuable sports teams, Disney isn't interested in an ESPN spinoff, Cricket Australia is increasing the asking price for it next domestic media rights contract, and Fanatics launches what is likely the largest customizable jersey program in the country.
Heals gets his 'Gloves OFF' on the Australian white ball captain Aaron Finch with a poor innings in Cairns as Heals wants Finch to "get going at these bowlers" as it's now or never.
Pat & Heals are joined by the NRL Legend & SEN Commentator "Wiz" Gary Freeman as the NRL top eight is decided, Chris Nelson from Racing Queensland wraps up a huge weekend in Racing and Heals isn't happy with Cricket Australia.
With Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson still on the court at the US Open at the time of recording, Kane and Hayesy turned their attention to cricket where Cricket Australia has announced they will finally pony up the cash for DRS technology to be introduced into the Big Bash. Back to tennis and Rafael Nadal came out swinging in his post-match presser following comments from John McEnroe that he receives preferential treatment from umpires. In Formula 1 news a new Aussie name has been added to the mix with Jack Doohan pressing his claims for a seat.
Adelaide Strikers coach Jason 'Dizzy' Gillespie joined The Rush Hour with Bernie, Blewey & Jars after the first ever BBL Draft. Strikers picked up Rashid Khan, Colin de Grandhomme and Adam Hose, three exciting prospects that Gillespie believes perfectly compliment their existing roster, along with big new domestic signings like Chris Lynn. Dizzy also talked about why it is none of the biggest names being touted ahead of the BBL Draft, like Faf du Plessis or Andre Russell were snapped up and what Cricket Australia and the broadcasters may need to talk about given the challenges of availability. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pat & Heals are joined by Bulls, Heat & Australian Bowler Matt Kuhnemann who tells the boys about his dream Australian debut in Sir Lanka and you won't believe how Kuhnemann made it to the ground in Kandy.
Earlier this month, Cricket Australia launched a five-year strategic plan for growing and managing the sport in the country. The plan, titled ‘Where the Game Grows' lays down a roadmap for Australian cricket for the period 2022-2027. It has many ambitious targets, including doubling the number of cricket-playing kids aged 5 to 12 years to 210,000 in five years, and quadrupling the number of girls taking up cricket to 60,000. Among other things, the plan also aims to enhance community participation, increase cultural diversity, and offer outstanding digital and live experiences for cricket fans – all with an eye on making cricket an Olympic sport by the 2032 Brisbane Olympics. India, as we all know, is a cricket-crazy country, but the fans aren't a part of the process when the Board draws up its long-term plans, unlike Australia. So there is a lot of curiosity about Cricket Australia's approach to managing the sport. How did Cricket Australia come up with this plan, what went into it and what are the challenges they foresee?
Pat & Heals are joined by Australian Men's Cricket Coach Andrew McDonald ahead of a huge summer of cricket, Broncos Legend Michael Hancock, Titans NRLW Head Coach Karen Murphy, Golf Australia Queensland High Performance Manager Tony Meyer plus regulars Tom Hackett from Ladbrokes and Luke Gatehouse from BGRC.
NRL doing the Munster Mash Sun sets of Rankine's time on the Gold Coast Henriques wants Cricket Australia to show Smith the money Nick Kyrgios set for another legal battle See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter and Gideon discuss Cricket Australia's five-year strategic plan, and other matters, with chairman Dr Lachlan Henderson. Warning: contains leveraging of scale. Also further down the rabbit hole of team names, and the announcement of a new quest.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam Gilchrist & Scott Cummings are joined by: West Coast Eagles Captain - Luke Shuey; Fremantle Dockers forward - Sam Switkowski; GWS Giants superstar - Stephen Coniglio; Australian Cricketers Association CEO - Todd Greenberg; and Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer for Chemist Warehouse - Mario Tascone.
Men's and women's cricket teams from Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu are set to join the Australian ranks as part of a new partnership between Cricket Australia and the Australian Government.
The Godfather of Australian sports administration Malcolm Speed joined Gerard in the studio to talk about the unfortunate situation Ben Rutten currently finds himself in, the critical point Cricket Australia is in, the impact international T20 competitions may have on the BBL, Cam Smith's impending move to LIV Golf, the passing of Rudy Koertzen, and more.
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David Warner was once a maligned figure in Aussie cricket, now he finds himself feverishly pursued by Cricket Australia as the T20 turf war ramps up. How will his reported commitment to the Big Bash League impact the landscape and what can CA do to stop others like Chris Lynn from chasing more dollars in other competitions? PLUS, Paul Green dies aged 49. Featured: Peter Lalor, Chief Cricket Writer, The Australian. Subscribe to the ABC Sport Newsletter
Australian Cricket Legend & Former Head Coach of the National Team - Justin Langer - caught up with Adam Gilchrist & Tim Gossage for his "Monday Motivation" chat and share his thoughts on Josh Kennedy's farewell game.
There's been a 10 per cent reduction in the number of five to nine-year-olds who are taking up cricket for the first time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEN WA's Adam Gilchrist joined Gerard from India, where he talked about what has and hasn't changed in the cricket loving country, the potential "commercial suicide" Cricket Australia would commit with the David Warner situation, Ravi Shastri's thoughts on the nations who should be competing in test cricket, his Commonwealth Games appearance, and more.
The Green Bay Packers brought in record revenue, Fanatics inked a uniquely comprehensive deal with the University of Alabama, MLB and the MLBPA fail to come together on an international draft, and Disney scores rights to Cricket Australia.
We are all back together and covering some huge issues that you have brought to us! Here is what you have to look forward to: 02:00 - Gode's 1st Birthday Blues 05:45 - Which eye do you take photos with? 08:45 - Joke of the Day 11:50 - Channel 7 v Cricket Australia 18:10 - The Worst TV Show Ever 21:00 - Must or Dust 32:07 - Give You a Listening To 33:30 - Birthday Wishing Etiquette? 35:30 - Why don't we like Rugby? 42:00 - You're in for a Tweet Canadian Club is running a competition offering Aussies the chance to win one of four snow parties. We would love to see some Choccy listeners winning this amazing prize so make sure you enter here. https://bit.ly/WINCCSnowParty See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pete and Gideon contemplate international cricket in a time of windows as the new Future Tours Programme looms and pay tribute to Cricket Australia's ex-spinner extraordinaire Peter Young. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Australian Spinner & WA Cricket star - Ashton Agar - caught up with Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage to update us on his side-strain injury, plus how he's shaping up after being named for the upcoming ODIs against Zimbabe & New Zealand.
In this latest SBS Hindi bulletin: US Vice President Kamala Harris announced new plans for the Pacific; COVID controversial cruise ship prepares to sail back to Brisbane; Cricket Australia confirms cancellation of the next year's one day international series with South Africa and more.
Season 12, Ep 13: Jodie Hicks Watch. An beachside chat with Alex Carey. Channel Seven suing Cricket Australia again, with the inside word from the Brettig Box. A mighty good Nerd Pledge. Yes, of course, the happy madness coming over English Test cricket after a dire couple of years. The England women's Test team letting in fresh air via a new generation of players. The Sri Lankan women hosting India. Eoin Morgan's farewell, and inevitable installation on your commentary feeds for decades to come. All of that and more on a bumper episode of The Final Word, coming to you from the power cuts and sea breezes of Galle. Your Nerd Pledge number this week: 10.11 - Tim Clarsen Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 15% off treatment at AdvancedHairStudio/FinalWord The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Craig Hutchison and Damian Barrett for S7 Ep 22.TIME CODES0.0 – Hutchy's in the US. Caught some live music in The Hamptons in the form of billionaire twins The Winklevoss Brothers.8.00 – WA trying to lure the Royals to Perth for a ‘friendly'. Write the story with no hope?11.00 – Feedback from last week on Stake Outs and Door Stop. Listener Will's recollections of doing a stakeout for Hutchy and stuffing it up.15.00 – Kyrgios gets through at Wimbledon. Channel 9 under fire for bailing on one match to cover Kyrgios. Was it a snub or the only logical move?Thoughts on Kyrgios and the whole phenomenon.24.00 – Discussion of the legal action between Channel 7 and Cricket Australia.33.00 – Wordle – Hutch was word of the day.35.00 – Full page Sportsbet ad in the Herald Sun opposite a Mark Robinson column. And discussion of News Limited's push to be a bookmaker.38.30 – The outrage cycle. .41.30 – Robbie Williams to play the AFL Grand Final.44.00 –Glass Jaw Nomination / Question of the Week re Neil Mitchell v Eddie McGuire.47.00 - The Patch Up CoffeeTo send Hutchy and Damo a question jump on Twitter or Facebook or email email@example.comThe Sounding Board is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN.
Peacock secures $1 billion in upfront ad sales, FIFA corruption probe disburses more funds, the Chicago Bears eye a new football stadium and a baseball one as well, and a broadcast company tries to terminate its rights deal for Cricket Australia.
Andrew Walton is a trailblazer of sports technology in Australia. His current role is as Managing Director of Sports Tech World Series (STWS), the leader in sports technology consulting, education and events. Andrew began his career in sports technology as the Co-Founder of InteractSport, a scoring and management software platform for sports at the national, state, association and club level including Cricket Australia, Netball Australia, Australian Rugby Union and The ECB. InteractSport was acquired by Sportradar in 2021. Andrew has previously served on a range of Boards as a Board Member for Vicsport, Bowls Australia, and the Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN). LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/anwalton Join us at APAC's leading sports innovation conference, the Australian Sports Technology Conference on Friday 2nd September, 2022. Limited Early Bird Tickets are available now: sportstechworldseries.com/conference-australia
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Libby Owens is the CEO of Champion Data, a sports stats and technology company at the intersection of event and tracking data, technology, Media and Entertainment. Champion Data's mission to collaborate with sports and their partners to tell the story behind the game through data and data driven content. Libby has experience across the regulatory environment of communications and media, in sports administration and most recently on the service side selling into and supporting the sports and media ecosystems. Before taking on the CEO role Libby led Champion Data's operations and commercial business as COO after joining from Cricket Australia's media and digital rights team. Prior to Cricket Australia, Libby was involved in a range of projects for the Australian Communications and Media Authority in subjects as broad as children's programming, control and cross media ownership, spectrum management, anti-siphoning and ISP policy. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-libby-owens-5a9a8439/