RSN Sports Heaven with Chrisso & McGuane

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Victoria’s waking up to Chrisso and Mick, for high-powered sports-talk, weekday mornings 5:30 til 8:30.

Michael Christian and Mick McGuane, AFL Premiership heroes,  talk with the day’s sport and racing newsmakers, and get your opinion. Michael’s now a throughbred breeder and owner. Mick McGuane is Senior Coach for Keilor Football Club. They know about  competing at the top level.


PAUL CHAPMAN – 7:30 to 8:30am Mondays. Sharp 280-game player for Geelong and Essendon, with three premierships to his name.



BRAD JOHNSONAlso 7:30 to 8:30am Mondays. Six times All-Australian, racking up 364 games for the Western Bulldogs, with four years in the Captain’s role. Now co-hosting Fox Footy.


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MARK STEVENS7 to 7:30am Mondays and Fridays. Chief AFL Reporter for Channel 7, after 14 years at the Herald-Sun. Newsbreaker with all the right contacts and a knack for asking the hard questions

285421-travis-clokeTRAVIS CLOKE7 to 7:30am every second Wednesday. The current Collingwood spearhead, 2010 Premiership player, four times leading goalkicker, with 233 games under his belt so far.

marc murphyMARC MURPHY7 to 7:30am every second Thursday. Carlton Captain, the elite midfielder with over 200 games to his name.


AFL 2014 Rd 02 - Richmond v CarltonBRETT DELEDIO7 to 7:30am every second Thursday. Talented across the ground. Starting the season with 231 games. The Tigers’ joint Vice-Captain.


petrieDREW PETRIE7 to 7:30am every second Tuesday. The big-marking forward for the Kangaroos about to celebrate 300 games.


lajeBRIAN LAKE 7:30 to 8:30am Fridays. The triple flag-winning backman, just retired after playing 251 games for the Bulldogs and the Hawks.


TOM ROCKLIFF8am every second Wednesday. 2014 All-Australian, now starting his 2nd year as Brisbane Captain.


richardsTED RICHARDS – 8am every second Wednesday.  Ted’s one of the game’s hardest back-men, starting his career with the Bombers, then winning a Premiership with Sydney.


jonesNATHAN JONES7 to 7:30am every second Wednesday. Melbourne Captain, triple Best And Fairest. The player every fan wishes they had in their side.


gullanSCOTT GULLAN6:45am Mondays and Thursdays. 7:30am Wednesdays. Herald-Sun sports journalist. Respected for football coverage, and heading to Rio for the 2016 Olympics.



hinkleyKEN HINKLEY – 8am Thursdays – Coach of Port Adelaide, 2013’s Coach Of The Year. 132 games as a player for Geelong and Fitzroy.



Adam White


Adam White – Rising to become the respected sport opinion-maker. Class footy-caller for ABC radio. Co-host of RSN Breakfast when Chrisso or Mick are away. Sportbetting analyst. @White_Adam



Ron Flatter, Hambletonian near New York


Ron Flatter – Our global sports reporter, and a National Anchor for Fox News Radio in the US. Loves his NFL, NBA, MLB, and world racing. Ardent Carlton fan, hoping for their recovery. @ronflatter


Deane Lester


Deane Lester – The turf’s number one form analyst, revered for his opinion and selections. @defier1



Ken Piesse
– Our cricket champ, reporting on the game for over 3 decades, from Shield clashes to Test matches. Author of over 40 cricket books.


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Craig Gabriel – Still tennis-mad, now in his 33rd year following the international circuit. Media director for several world-ranked tournaments. Media adviser to many of the stars. @crosscourt1



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Bryce McGain –
Capped Australian cricketer, the game’s best-known mature-age rookie, spin bowler, playing one Test for the green and gold, as well as Australia A, Essex and Victoria. One of the show’s co-hosts when Chrisso or Mick take a break. @BryceMcGain18



ben everill

Ben Everill
– Touring golf reporter for Australian Associated Press, sought after by The Golf Channel and Fox Sports, chasing the Aussies on the world stage. @beneverill




Nick Quinn – TAB market analyst, watching the price moves ahead of the big events, whether it’s racing, US sport, EPL, or a local encounter. @Quinny_1



Russell Milton

Russell Milton
– Our English Premier League reporter. Former pro-player, tracking a career back through Arsenal, Cheltenham Town, and Hong Kong’s First Division. @RussMilton11