Australian rules footballer, born 1979
Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew joined Kane and Kingy to talk about the impact of Tony Cochrane leaving the club, what getting Ben King back means, their readiness to make finals, the state of their salary cap, who's stood out this pre-season, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Friday morning, Kane and Kingy started the show with 'The Scramble' where they discussed Kane's interview with Ravi Shastri, Australia's efforts against India on Day 1, Kingy's new favourite commentator, and more. UFC expert Mathew Crooks called in to preview UFC 284 in Perth on Sunday, and they also spoke to Gold Coast Suns head coach Stuart Dew. Throughout the show they worked through their 2023 'Pass Marks' for the bottom six teams from 2022, and ESPN SportsCenter host John Anderson called in to chat about the crazy NBA trade deadline, and Super Bowl LVII. Marc Leishman joined them to talk about his move to LIV Golf, and after SEN Cricket's interview with Marnus Labuschagne, they finished the show by rounding out their 'Pass Marks'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kane and Kingy we're joined by Stuart Dew, John Anderson and Marc Leishman today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stuart joined Sam and Scoob to discuss Alex Sexton's name change, the feeling around the club, his new contract, the support from Gold Coast locals, and more.
On today's show, the boys rambled, were joined by Stuart Dew, Adrian Fletcher and Adam Collins, had Questions Without Notice, and more.
SEN Chief Sports Reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Tim in the studio to discuss Brett Ratten's comments about the danger Optus Stadium's surface posed yesterday, Chris Fagan and Stuart Dew's contrasting comments about Brandon Starcevich, Damien Hardwick's alleged run-in with Williamstown players in the VFL, and more.
SX Global and Gold Coast Suns president Tony Cochrane joined Gerard to talk about the Supercross event coming to Marvel Stadium in October, the importance of having Chad Reed compete in the event, the crowd their expecting, and also to chat about Gold Coast's disappointing loss to Essendon on the weekend, and the huge improvement they've shown under Stuart Dew in 2022.
On Wednesday morning, Gerard's editorial on the advice North Melbourne are receiving (00:33) was immediately followed by a chat with Luke Hodge where he explained why David Noble was "set up for failure" at North Melbourne, and discussed Alastair Clarkson's likelihood of heading to the Kangaroos, Stuart Dew's half time message to the Suns, and more (4:18). Ray Chamberlain joined him in the studio to answer all the big questions being asked of the AFL's umpires (27:30), and he also spoke to Bachar Houli ahead of the TAC's Road Safety Round this weekend (57:17). Cameron Smith previewed tonight's State of Origin decider (1:04:31), Adam Gilchrist wrapped up Australia's loss to Sri Lanka in the second test (1:17:35), and Wayne Hawkes also joined him in the studio after returning from Royal Ascot (1:38:52).
Luke Hodge joined Gerard from the Brisbane studio to explain why David Noble was "set up for failure" at North Melbourne, and to discuss Alastair Clarkson's chances of heading to the Kangaroos, Stuart Dew's interesting message to his players at half time, Brisbane's struggles recently, Carlton and Geelong's key forwards, and more.
Sam Edmunds and Kane Cornes are joined by Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew, following his contract extension until 2024.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The wounded Tigers couldn't seize the opportunity (0:00); Tensions rising in Brisbane (6:30); An incredible victory for Gold Coast (11:53); Memo to the Suns: dream big (15:34); Good signs at the end of the year for the Bombers (17:15); Comparing the Tennis greats to Essendon's streak of no finals wins (20:15) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Sam Edmunds and Kane Cornes as they review AFL Round 17, Wimbledon finals with BP and chat with Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew following his contract extension until 2024.
Sam and Kane discuss their best player stock 'holds', before a chat with Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew.
Darce is back from the UK, Browny is after Tony Jones' job, Browny was on Ninja Warrior, Darce's daughter Sienna's outstanding achievement, On Your Game Quiz, Sydney CEO Tom Harley, The Top 5 AFL in-season holiday-takers, Cult Hero Rod Carter, Damo's news wrap See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Wednesday morning, Sam's first guest was Luke Hodge and they discussed Eric Hipwood's tribunal appearance last night, Stuart Dew's looming extension at the Suns, North Melbourne's potential pursuit of a veteran, Geelong vs Melbourne, and more. He then spoke to Roger Rasheed who previewed Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic's quarter finals at Wimbledon tonight, and he got the latest news from the PGA Tour's war with the LIV Golf series from Robert Lusetich. And lastly, Sam caught up with Adam Gilchrist who spoke about England's incredible turnaround in test cricket and their win over India, and while also casting an eye towards Australia's second test against Sri Lanka.
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The pressure continues to mount on North Melbourne, Eric Hipwood is free to play this weekend and Stuart Dew is set to get a contract extension
The pressure continues to mount on North Melbourne, Eric Hipwood is free to play this weekend and Stuart Dew is set to get a contract extension
Damian Barrett and Sarah Olle bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Excitement as Geelong host the Dees (0:30); Isaac Smith brings up game 250 (7:12); Things continue to look more bleak for North Melbourne (10:52); Stuart Dew remains at the Suns for two more years (16:50); The AFL players with similar characteristics to Rafael Nadal (19:31) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Wednesday, July 6th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The duo discuss the blockbuster match between Geelong and the Demons, as well as how David Noble and North Melbourne are still in limbo and Stuart Dew's new deal with the Gold Coast Suns. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight's game between the Cats and the Demons, North Melbourne's decision to bring Jason Horne-Francis back through the VFL, Stuart Dew's contract extension, and more.
"A season of sitting on the hot seat and with the spectre of Alastair Clark hovering, well it's about to be cooled by a new deal..."
Luke Hodge joined Sam Edmund in the studio to discuss Eric Hipwood's tribunal appearance last night, Brisbane's good win against the Bulldogs, Stuart Dew's looming contract extension at the Suns, North Melbourne's potential pursuit of a veteran, the important realisation of Essendon's on-field leaders, the future of Richmond's ageing stars, the top of the table clash between Melbourne and Geelong tomorrow night, and more.
"He's done the hard yards, he's hung in there under enormous pressure at the beginning of this year."
Trips to footy, Tim's story about his trip to Geelong, should the Gold Coast Suns re-sign Stuart Dew now, what can Matt Rowell do to help his longevity, your calls, and more.
On Wednesday morning, a classic 'Ramble' from Garry and Tim was followed by a catch-up with Brett Phillips where they discussed Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic's upcoming quarter finals at Wimbledon tonight. In 'Conversation Starters' they reacted to the war of words at North Melbourne, asked if Sam Darcy could play senior football this year, and assessed David Noble's chances of becoming the GM of Football at North Melbourne. Jack Viney called in ahead of their massive clash with Geelong tomorrow night, and in 'Questions Without Notice' they discussed trips to footy, Stuart Dew's contract at Gold Coast, and took your calls. And they finished off in 'The Wonderful World of Wine' with George Samios.
The top newsbreaker in the game, Tommy Browne, returns with the latest on the big news stories in the game after a massive weekend of AFL footy. Pies fans had their hearts in the mouths seeing Darcy Moore's injury, which may not be quite as bad as first feared... Plus Tom has more insight on North Melbourne's review and where it might leave David Noble. And another coach, Stuart Dew, might be sweating after the Suns' narrow loss, which could affect his chances of getting an extension. Then there's the cost of St Kilda's fine win over Carlton - several players are suffering from putting their bodies (and heads) on the line... And more on Eric Hipwood, Dusty Martin being subbed off, and how Andrew Dillon seems to be settling into pole position to replace Gil McLachlan as CEO of the AFL Keep up to date with the latest in footy by subscribing to Triple M Footy and catching Tom Browne's News every Monday, Thursday and Friday - first on the LiSTNR App! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
McKenna speaks with Matt Granland, Tony Shaw and Jimmy Bartel before the game, sharing some memories of his time as head coach and threw his support around current Suns head coach Stuart Dew. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gold Coast Suns Chairman, Tony Cochrane joined Malcolm Blight & David Wildy. Dicussing, Stuart Dew's future at the club, rumours around Alistair Clarkson, Gold Coast becoming a 'destination club', Jack Lukosius' future, the possibility of a 19th team, and plenty more.
Joey, Duck, Daisy and Damo discuss all the biggest news and issues in the footy world, including Jordan de Goey, Steven May's return to Melbourne, the Dees game vs Brisbane potentially setting the agenda for flag favourite, should Josh Bruce come straight back for the Dogs, Stuart Dew's future, Jeremy Cameron or Toby Greene, Richmond's most important player, tips and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The biggest stories you may have missed this week on AFL Daily Essendon announcing another review (0:50); Lance Franklin tribunal hearing (11:10); Stuart Dew's future (14:32); All-Australian mid-season rucks (17:46) & Mid-season draft review (22:16) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"If the second half of the year continues to improve, then good, he gets a new contract and away he goes, but I wouldn't be doing it now."
After looking at Stuart Dew's contract situation at Gold Coast and Jason Horne-Francis' attitude at North Melbourne, Garry and Tim were joined by Brisbane coach Chris Fagan. And following their 'Overreactions of the Week', Cal Twomey called in to recap last night's mid-season draft.
The upcoming test between England and New Zealand, the struggles of coaches transitioning out of the game, should the Suns extend Stuart Dew now, Jason Horne-Francis' behaviour at North Melbourne, and more.
On Thursday morning, Garry and Tim's 'Ramble' included chats about Garry's stew last night, Tim's mum's cooking, republicans or monarchists, Ray Warren's retirement, Garry's "appeal check" business, an international caller, and more. They caught up with their mate John from Epping, who was as sharp as ever, and then looked at the struggles coaches could face when transitioning out of the game in 'Conversation Starters'. They also looked at Stuart Dew's contract at the Gold Coast, and Jason Horne-Francis' attitude at North Melbourne before Tim's Trainer's Report returned to wrap up another big week for Garry. After their 'Questions Without Notice' they caught up with Brisbane coach Chris Fagan and then turned their attention to the 'Overreactions of the Week' before being joined by AFL.com.au journalist Cal Twomey who wrapped up the mid-season draft last night.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Collingwood v Carlton was “one of the games of the season” (0:38); Mason Cox delivers (3:56); A key injury to the Blues (7:10); Fremantle return to form in style (10:34); Steven May's injury proved costly (14:58); Stuart Dew has an opportunity to make finals (17:30) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday, May 10th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the news which the Gold Coast Suns could ultimately decide to stick with Stuart Dew instead of Alistair Clarkson, and a review of a memorable debut for a refugee who found his way to Richmond. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the Bomber's season on the brink disaster Glenn McFarlane, Scott Gullan and Sam Landsberger deep dive into the Don's woes and debate whether James Hird could return to the club. Plus, will the 2022 free agency period be a fizzer, what does Stuart Dew need to do to keep his job and are the Blues the real deal? To read more about everything discussed on this episode, go to heraldsun.com.au to see our subscription offers, or download the Herald Sun app today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily “No Harry, no worries” for the Blues (0:37); The Saints' top four ambitions (6:14); Paddy Ryder was “immense” (8:22); Gold Coast overcome Fremantle in the wet (11:35); Tom Lynch in career best form (16:42) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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"I think the best situation for them, would be Alastair Clarkson coaching and Stuart Dew still there, both of them."
After their 'Ramble' on Thursday morning, Kane and Kingy held one of the funnier quizzes they've done this year. They then talked about what Essendon must do to turn their season around, Leon Cameron's future with GWS, and the side's Kingy is starting to believe in. Following that, they highlighted the AFL's need to clean up the way club's name sides, and their first guest was Sydney coach John Longmire. Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew was their next guest, and after discussing some of the key issues ahead of Round 6 in 'The Friday Agenda' they finished the show by speaking to Port Adelaide assistant coach Chad Cornes.
On Friday morning, Kane and Kingy talked about what Essendon must do to turn their season around, Leon Cameron's future at GWS, and explained why the AFL must clean up the way clubs name teams, and more. They then caught up with Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew, and talked about some of the burning questions ahead of Round 6 in 'The Friday Agenda.'
Gold Coast Suns coach Stuart Dew joined Kane and Kingy to reflect on his side's start to the 2022 season, to talk about the impact Matt Rowell's having, and to explain how his players have been instructed to deal with the umpire dissent crackdown.
On Thursday morning, Garry and Tim pinpointed the players that will decide the match between the Western Bulldogs and Carlton at Marvel Stadium, and the missing piece in Jamarra Ugle-Hagan's game. Later, they caught up with Callum Twomey from AFL.com.au, and Gold Coast Suns senior coach Stuart Dew.
How the Suns' physical and mental maturity and time together has helped them take another step, what co-captain Jarrod Witts has brought back to the team after a knee reconstruction, why he was always confident Matt Rowell would return to his best form, the Suns coaches' flinch response to West Coast forward Willie Rioli's hit on Rowell, why he instructs his players not to bump, how much the interest in the game has grown on the Gold Coast, and more.
Tim's plans to fine-tune Whisple, Garry's review of Rock Sugar in South Yarra and how many of us would retire on the spot if we could, before John from Epping (32:16), discussions around the most important players in tonight's meeting between the Western Bulldogs and Carlton, when we'll know Jamarra Ugle-Hagan has settled at the elite level, what Ash Hansen has brought to the Blues and more (40:00), the biggest overreactions of the past week (1:01:41), Callum Twomey from AFL.com.au to work through the list of free agents and the names in the mix for the top selection (1:04:56), Questions Without Notice (1:20:14), and Gold Coast Suns senior coach Stuart Dew (1:42:23).
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Dion Prestia's injury (0:00); Two Tigers who could cover Prestia's loss (3:25); What Richmond must do to climb back up into contention (6:17); Other key round one injuries (8:20); Stuart Dew is excited for the future (10:48); Michael Voss takes a back seat for round two (17:14) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Why the lead-up to the opening round was always the most stressful time throughout Bucks' career as a player and coach, why we need to give Gold Coast and Stuart Dew "some space" after a pair of pre-season victories, how Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin's vulnerability has "wedded the players to him," the most important players at Richmond and Collingwood, the way Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe can be exposed and why it doesn't happen to other elite midfielders, and more.
Why he signed a two-year contract rather than extend to when he's eligible for free agency, how he celebrated his commitment with Suns coach Stuart Dew, the "culture of high standards" at Gold Coast, why he believes they can play finals in the next 18 months, why he didn't finish in the top ten in the club's best-and-fairest last season, the Suns midfielder he believes is ready to go to another level, and more.