Hungry For Sport

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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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  • Cameraman edges Lingy for Goose of the Week

    The infamous cameraman who bowled over Usain Bolt after his 200m win in the Bird’s Nest while driving a Segway has edged out Cameron Ling for goose of the week.

  • Day playing unexplainable golf: Marko

    Jason Day is on some kind of form streak and is playing golf at a level that is largely unexplainable when you look at the statistics, says Mark Allen.

  • Ironic if Dogs denied Etihad final: Wallace

    It would be stunningly ironic if the Bulldogs were declined their supposed right to play a home final at Etihad Stadium given how much the arena deal has cost them in recent years, says Terry Wallace.

  • Neil Balme: Menzel story fantastic thing

    Collingwood director of football Neil Balme is hopeful that Daniel Menzel can have a good game at the MCG tonight, despite playing against the Magpies.

  • Denham not sure about Aish to Saints

    St Kilda is reportedly pursuing Brisbane wantaway midfielder James Aish, but they must not pay too much for the overrated youngster, says Greg Denham.

  • Tigers would regress with Stevie J: Denham

    Richmond would be crazy to go after Geelong veteran Steve Johnson who may be squeezed out of Kardinia Park as the club looks to develop their young talent, says Greg Denham.

  • Jon Ralph stings Pies bashers & Commission

    Collingwood supporters who are starting to doubt Nathan Buckley as a coach and how he is developing the list should have more faith in the club, says Jon Ralph.

  • KB's Take: AFL double standards on walk-outs

    McLachlan found Lachie Henderson telling Carlton he was leaving the club with the matches to go unsavoury. What the league chief going to say about Bolton is anyone’s guess.

  • Negativity at Demons is real: Patrick Smith

    Patrick Smith does not doubt that the negative mindset and lack of belief that Melbourne coach Paul Roos claims is significantly still affecting his club is real.

  • Rumblings of Kreuzer exit: Terry Wallace

    It is seriously worrying for Carlton that ruckman Matthew Kreuzer does not want to completely rule out a move away from the Blues after this season, says Terry Wallace.

  • Burke compromised Fyfe case: Patrick Smith

    Match Review Panel member Nathan Burke should be stood down from his position after speaking about Nat Fyfe’s high hit on Ben Jacobs, says Patrick Smith.

  • Crows won’t match Danger offers: Denham

    Adelaide will do their best to make other clubs believe they will be prepared to match an offer for Patrick Dangerfield but will never follow through with action, says Greg Denham.

  • Jon Ralph stings Hendo, tribunal & Gillon

    Carlton forward Lachie Henderson has been extremely selfish by effectively wasting his last season at the Blues before requesting a trade with three games to go, says Jon Ralph.

  • Rucci: Why wouldn’t Blues call Campo?

    Scott Camporeale has done a magnificent job as interim coach at Adelaide in trying times so it is strange that Carlton has not formally approached him to lead the Blues, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • In-fighting leads to sacked coach: Patrick Smith

    After hearing of Adelaide captain Taylor Walker talk of in-fighting on the field within the Essendon team Patrick Smith concludes that Bombers coach James Hird will be dismissed.