The Run Home


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The Run Home is the best way to round out your day. Ox and Marko bring you the latest sports opinion and analysis, breaking news, big name guests, specialist segments and plenty of laughs. The Run Home will always leave you with a smile on your face.

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  • Goodes situation: Wilson VS. Brereton

    Former Hawthorn legend Dermott Brereton and The Daily Telegraph’s Rebecca Wilson engaged in a heated debate about Brereton’s opinion on the treatment of Sydney Star Adam Goodes.

  • England’s top four a shambles: Gideon Haigh

    The ideal scenario for each team on Wednesday at Edgbaston will be to win the toss and bat, however given the recent performances of England’s top four Australia will not fear taking the ball.

  • AFLPA to meet with Goodes

    The AFL Players’ Association has released a statement expressing their extreme disappointment with the on-going treatment directed at Sydney star Adam Goodes.

  • Sydney in a horrible place right now

    Hawthorn great Dermott Brereton admits he did not see Sydney's struggles coming but the Swans are now showings some worrying signs.

  • Schwarz: Dees have no guts

    Melbourne’s playing list has improved since coach Paul Roos arrived at the club, however the effort is still lacking according to former club champion David Schwarz.

  • Robbo: Players backing Barker awkward

    The public endorsement of Carlton interim coach John Barker by a number of his senior players is not an ideal situation for the club, says Mark Robinson.

  • Three Cats will likely go: Cam Mooney

    Only three of Geelong’s veterans will retire from the game at the end of this season partly because this year’s draft class is considerably weak, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Returning to Whitten Oval

    Western Bulldogs President Peter Gordon has revealed the club seriously explored the possibility of hosting a match at Whitten Oval this season.

  • Hughes: Marsh’s rise will spell the end for Watson

    Former Australian Test captain Kim Hughes says all-rounder Shane Watson’s career is all but over, after the strong performance of Western Australian Mitchell Marsh in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s.

  • Brereton discusses question marks over Sydney

    Hawthorn great Dermott Brereton believes there will be a challenger to his former club by the end of the season, but Sydney has a lot of work to do to become that contender.

  • Bennell wouldn’t be only one: Schwarz

    The three-match suspended ban handed to Gold Coast midfielder Harley Bennell by the club for his revealed drug issues is a fair punishment, says David Schwarz.

  • Mooney puts focus on North & Buddy’s 700th

    North Melbourne coach Brad Scott may have completely changed the course of his team’s season by finally taking a hard line with senior players at the selection table, says Jon Ralph.

  • Robbo and Jack Riewoldt on Maddie’s Match

    St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt is doing all he can to overcome a calf injury in time to play in the game against Richmond on the weekend in honour of his late sister, Madeleine.