Hungry For Sport


9:00am - 12:00pm Monday to Friday

From 9am each weekday AFL legend Kevin Bartlett sets the sporting agenda. With The Australian's Patrick Smith, Herald Sun's Jon Ralph and Greg Denham leading a controversial and news-making conversation.

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  • Jon Ralph stings Gillon, Chick & Patrick Smith

    Gillon McLachlan made a serious blunder when he accidentally revealed on national television that he knows the result of the Brownlow Medal before the count even starts, says Jon Ralph.

  • Patrick Smith on Freo crowd & umpiring

    The behaviour of a few fans at Domain Stadium on Friday night was unacceptable and the Fremantle supporter who struck a woman in the crowd is a goose, says Patrick Smith.

  • Buckley wrong to blame media for booing

    It was a strange move for Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley to point the finger at the media for the continued booing of Adam Goodes, says David Lowden.

  • Denham on the coaching merry-go-round

    There is no doubt that West Coast assistant Don Pyke will soon be announced as the next senior coach of the Adelaide Crows, says Greg Denham.

  • Bomber Thompson a master of gibberish

    Former coach Mark Thompson has easily claimed Patrick Smith’s famous Gibberish of the Week award for another confusing statement made in the media.

  • Wallsy off the mark on Woosha says Wallace

    Terry Wallace has dismissed a claim from Robert Walls that John Worsfold is an ordinary coach and would not be an ideal candidate to get the senior job at Essendon.

  • Publishing Buddy rumours outrageous: Smith

    Patrick Smith has blasted everyone in the media who took the heartless opportunity to publish the rumours about Lance Franklin’s absence from the game.

  • Changes if Hawks lose: Greg Denham

    There will be a number of changes to the Hawthorn list and modifications made to where the club is going if they lose to Adelaide on Friday night, says Greg Denham.

  • Rucci on Dangerfield & Dons chasing Woosha

    Paddy Dangerfield will not announce where he will be playing next season before Brownlow Medal night and even may decide to stay at Adelaide, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • Jon Ralph stings Cotchin & Crowley backers

    For a number of reasons Trent Cotchin play very poorly in Richmond’s third consecutive elimination final loss and he deserves to be stung for his game, says Jon Ralph.

  • You sold your goals Blues, don’t ask for priority

    Given the deplorable list management decisions Carlton has made in recent years the people running the club should have known themselves they did not deserve a priority pick, says Patrick Smith.

  • KB's Take: Not buying Howe spin

    Jeremy Howe is currently in discussions with Melbourne about his future at the club. Kevin Bartlett is not buying what he calls the spin from his manager Ben Niall that discussions aren't being motivated by money.

  • Matthews well ahead of duo: Terry Wallace

    Luke Hodge and Sam Mitchell will both be considered champions of Hawthorn when their careers are over, but they have not come close to the brilliance of Leigh Matthews, says Terry Wallace.

  • Bartlett on Hardwick: Where was Plan B?

    Richmond coach Damien Hardwick ought to have made some significant moves from the coaches box to change the course of the match during their elimination final against North Melbourne.

  • KB's Take: Upside to Tigers loss

    Club great Kevin Bartlett says there is plenty of upside to Richmond's disappointing Elimination Final loss to North Melbourne yesterday, and believes the future is bright for the Tigers.

  • Stevie J still has good value: Neil Balme

    Former Geelong star Steve Johnson would be good value to any club as a player next season with the view of becoming a coach when he retires, says Neil Balme.