Macquarie Sports Radio Mornings With David Morrow, Tiffany Cherry, And Matt Thompson



Macquarie Sports Radio Mornings with David Morrow, Tiffany Cherry, and Matt Thompson


  • The greatest games of cricket in Australian history & 2020 NRL season draw

    29/10/2019 Duración: 01h46min

    The guys went through the 2020 NRL season draw. Dan Liebke chatted about the greatest games in Australian cricket history. Richard Freedman spoke about his calls for the spring carnivals to be moved later. Paul Vaughan recalled his joy at making his Kangaroos debut last Friday. And Glenn Maxwell wrapped up all things cricket and news from the West. All that and more with David Morrow and Mat Thompson on Tuesday the 29th of October 2019.

  • "I'm extremely lucky to be even walking" - Top jockey opens up on horrific injuries

    28/10/2019 Duración: 06min

    Dual Melbourne Cup winning jockey Corey Brown says he's likely to miss more than a year of racing after a horror fall that could easily have left him in a wheelchair. Brown told Macquarie Sports Radio, "Everyone that's seen the x-rays and the CAT scans say that I'm extremely lucky to be even walking." He fell from Lord Arthur in the Queensland Derby in June and suffered terrible injuries.

  • David Campese on the Rugby World Cup semi finals & Tiger Woods’ record win

    28/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    David Campese wrapped up England’s upset win over New Zealand and South Africa’s defeat of Wales to make the Rugby World Cup final. Jon Thomson took a look at all the motorsport action over the weekend including Scott McLaughlin’s crash on the Gold Coast, Jack Miller’s 3rd at the Australian MotoGP and Lewis Hamilton clocking another win in Mexico. Dave Gilbert joined the guys in studio to chat all things cricket including Dave Warner’s maiden T20 International century. Corey Brown spoke about the excitement for the Melbourne Cup Carnival and how his recovery from horrific injuries is going. Mark Allen lauded Tiger Woods after he won his 82nd PGA Tour win - equalling Sam Snead’s record. And trainer Michael Hawkes chatted about Master Of Wine winning the City Tattersalls Cup and hsi runners in the Golden Eagle. All that and more with David Morrow and Mat Thompson on Monday the 28th of October 2019.

  • Brad Hodge, Drew Mitchell & the Top 5 horses to ever win the Cox Plate

    25/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Macquarie Sports Radio commentator Brad Hodge previewed the start of the men’s international cricket season with the T20 series kicking off on Sunday. Bryan Martin previewed the Manikato Stakes and the Cox Plate. Tony Leonard had some great fun talking about the worst nightclubs in history. Geoff Armstrong joined them to rank the Top 5 horses to ever win the Cox Plate. Adam Peacock looked at a huge weekend of A-League action including the Sydney Derby. Drew Mitchell explained what onsens are and cast his eye over the Rugby World Cup semi finals. Chris Vermeulen and Russell Ingall updated all the action from the huge weekend of motorsport at Phillip Island for the Australian MotoGP and the Supercars Gold Coast 600 respectively. And Nat Wallace has picked out these roughies for the weekend’s racing: He thinks all these horses are over the odds... Moonee Valley Tonight in the Manikato - R7 N6 - Trope Tomorrow in the Cox Plate - R9 N3 Kluger Randwick (two previous Nat’s Nags) R5 N1 - Pretty

  • Brett Papworth goes hard on Rugby Australia & David Fifita on his future

    24/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Former Wallaby Brett Papworth layed out all that’s wrong with Rugby Australia. David Fifita spoke about his NRL playing future and the Junior Kangaroos clash with France tomorrow. Cam Williams covered all the big sports stories. Jillaroo Corban McGregor talked about getting revenge on the Kiwis tomorrow. Castelvecchio trainer Richard Litt gave his take on the three year old’s chances in the Cox Plate. David Riccio covered all the League action including the DCE to Brisbane rumours. And Sharelle McMahon previewed the Diamonds’ sudden death Constellation Cup decider on Sunday. All that and more with Mat Thompson & Mieke Buchan on Thursday the 24th of October 2019.

  • David Fifita on his future

    24/10/2019 Duración: 38s

    In demand Brisbane Broncos forward David Fifita says his mother will be involved in making a decision about his playing future. Fifita is expected to be subject to a bidding war with the Broncos keen to re-sign him and clubs including the Roosters, Souths and Parramatta keen on his services. The 19-year-old told Macquarie Sports Radio his mum plays a big role in his life, "She's done everything for me. "At the end of the day we will both sit down and discuss what's happening but she'll make the right call for me."

  • Geoff Lawson, Phil Waugh, John Aloisi & Heroes with Glen Boss

    23/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Geoff Lawson chatted about Chris Lynn’s omission from the T20 side. Brad Spicer, Kings Will Dream managing owner, spoke about the remarkable story of his horse being back in the Cox Plate a year after suffering a bad injury in the same race. John Aloisi wrapped up the Champions League action this morning with big wins to Tottenham and Manchester City. Phil Waugh spoke about the fallout from the Wallabies’ World Cup exit. And Hall of Fame jockey Glen Boss was the guest for Heroes. All that and more with Mat Thompson & Mieke Buchan on Wednesday the 23rd of October 2019.

  • Boss hits back at calls to ban the use of whips

    23/10/2019 Duración: 03min

    Hall of Fame jockey Glen Boss responds to record-breaking owner Lloyd Williams' call to ban the use of whips.

  • Cox Plate barrier draw & Jason “Dizzy” Gillespie

    22/10/2019 Duración: 01h37min

    Our racing expert Tim Guille wrapped up the Cox Plate barrier draw. Jason Gillespie spoke about coaching the Prime Minister’s XI and not being involved in The Hundred. Peter Nevill chatted about the Blues’ phenomenally strong side named for the one-day clash with Tasmania this week. Keanu Baccus previewed the Sydney Derby this Saturday. And Glenn Mitchell chatted Sheffield Shield, the AFLW dispute and the WBBL season. All that and more with Mat Thompson & Mieke Buchan on Tuesday the 22nd of October 2019.

  • Andrew Slack: Cheika was spoilt + Dan Christian on cricket

    21/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Grand Slam winning Wallabies captain Andrew Slack said that Michael Cheika had been “spoilt” by getting everything his way in his tenure as Wallabies coach. Dan Christian chatted cricket including the form of Mitch Starc in NSW’ Shield win over Tasmania. Lanard Copeland wrapped up another round of NBL action with the Kings on top of the table. Shane Templeton had all the news from the track after big wins for Yes Yes Yes and Mer de Glace in the Everest and Caulfield Cup respectively. Dom Bossi rounded up all the A-League action as the Victory are still yet to taste success. All that and more with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Monday the 21st of October 2019.

  • Tom Burgess & Drew Mitchell

    18/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Tom Burgess spoke about his excitement for the World Cup Nines tournament starting tonight. Tony Leonard had the latest on Ryan Schoenmakers’ retirement and got a conversation started around practical jokes. Adam Peacock explained the slightly spurious Sir Alex Ferguson match fixing allegations and previewed the weekend’s A-League action. In Japan, Drew Mitchell ran his eye over the Wallabies side for their Rugby World Cup quarter final against England. Richard Haynes gave them all the lowdown on a big weekend of racing including The Everest and the Caulfield Cup. Melbourne United’s Sam McDaniel talked up their NBL Grand Final rematch with Perth this weekend. And Nat Wallace has picked out these roughies for the weekend’s racing: RANDWICK R4 N6 Aesop's Fable R5 N6 Tarbert    (that’s in The Kosciuszko) CAULFIELD CUP  R9 N15 - Brimham Rocks All that and more with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Friday the 18th of October 2019.

  • Nat's Nags - Everest Day and the Caulfield Cup

    18/10/2019 Duración: 03min

    Nat Wallace has picked out these roughies for the weekend’s racing: RANDWICK R4 N6 Aesop's Fable R5 N6 Tarbert    (that’s in The Kosciuszko) CAULFIELD CUP  R9 N15 - Brimham Rocks

  • Wally Lewis on the QLD NRL GF snub, Nick Davis, Geoff Lawson, Chris Lynn & Kris Lees

    17/10/2019 Duración: 02h02min

    Former Maroons champions Wally Lewis & Willy Carne weighed in on the NRL’s decision to snub Brisbane and play the 2021 Grand Final at the SCG instead. Geoff Lawson spoke about the disappointment of the SCG not being ready for tomorrow’s Shield game, Mitch Starc’s form and David Warner’s impressive first round Shield century. Swans assistant coach Nick Davis wrapped up the AFL trade period. Trainer Kris Lees previewed his runners in the Caulfield Cup and The Everest. Brisbane Heat Captain Chris Lynn was filthy about Suncorp being snubbed for the NRL Grand Final, spoke about the fact he hasn’t heard from the Australian T20 selectors and his involvement with the new Playbook grassroots coaching platform. And the Sydney Kings’ Craig Moller chatted about the Kings’ good start to the NBL season and where he’d like to have his ashes scattered. All that and more with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Thursday the 17th of October 2019.

  • Alyssa Healy, Cam Williams, the Essendon saga rears its head again & butthole sunning

    16/10/2019 Duración: 02h01min

    Chip Le Grand, Author of The Straight Dope: The Inside Story of Sport’s Biggest Drug Scandal gave some context to today’s news about ASADA’s “Check Your Substances” website was updated the day before Essendon was convinced to self report. Alyssa Healy chatted ahead of the WBBL season opening Sydney Smash on Friday. Cam Williams covered Nelson Asofa-Solomona’s potential punishment and the Rugby World Cup. Ayrton Woolley had an update from the final day of AFL trades. Jeremy Loeliger spoke about the NBL’s record viewing numbers thanks to Facebook. All that and more (including butthole sunning) with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Wednesday the 16th of October 2019.

  • Chris Waller, Lisa Alexander & Glenn Mitchell

    15/10/2019 Duración: 01h39min

    Superstar horse trainer Chris Waller previewed the Everest and the Caulfield Cup where he has runners galore. Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander spoke about becoming the first person to coach Australia in 100 netball Test matches tomorrow. Matt Bevilacqua recalled how surreal it was to be neck and neck with his best mate Matt Poole before pulling away to win fulfil a childhood dream of winning the Coolangatta Gold. And Glenn Mitchell gave his take on Mitch Marsh’s hand, Steve Smith and the captaincy conundrum and AFL trades from Eddie Betts to Tim Kelly and the new Crows coach. All that and more with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Tuesday the 15th of October 2019.

  • Peter V’Landys, Larry Perkins & David Campese

    14/10/2019 Duración: 02h01min

    6-time Bathurst winner Larry Perkins wrapped up all the controversy and elation from Scott McLaughlin’s maiden Bathurst 1000 win. Peter V’Landys spoke about the attempted blackmail from Victoria trying to get The Everest moved in return for giving it Group 1 status. David Campese looked at the performances of the teams in the final pool games in the Rugby World Cup - including Japan’s inspiring first qualification for the quarter finals. Danny Weidler had the latest on Nelson Asofa-Solomona’s alleged brawl in Bali. Harry Conway did some funny impersonations after taking a 10-fer in NSW’s Sheffield Shield win over QLD. And Archie Thompson wrapped up the opening round of the A-League. All that and more with Mieke Buchan and Julian King on Monday the 14th of October 2019.

  • 'It's not important' Racing NSW boss on Everest Group 1 status

    13/10/2019 Duración: 05min

    Racing NSW Chief Executive Peter V'Landys says it is not important for the $14 million Everest to have Group 1 status. The Daily Telegraph reports that Racing Victoria requested the date of the world’s richest turf race be moved to avoid clashing with the Caulfield Cup in return for Group 1 status. V'landys told Macquarie Sports Radio, "It is disappointing that Victoria won't allow it to be a Group 1 considering every other state in Australia agrees that it should be a Group 1. "The only reason they won't make it a Group 1 is because we have to shift the date away from the Spring Carnival," he said. The boss of Racing NSW believes there is no competition as The Everest is designed for the younger generation, "Seventy-eight percent of the the twenty-two thousand presale tickets were for people under the age of thirty-five and they wouldn't know what a Group 1 is. "Last year when we did [race on the same day as] the Caulfield Guineas their wagering turnover increased by twenty-five percent and their

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