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its the Brains Trust with Brendan Telfer and Ian Smith more »


Veteran Australian rugby journalist Greg Growden looks at the appointment of Michael Cheika as Wallabies coach and the current mess than is Australian rugby. more »


New Zealand Golf’s Peter Thornton joins Brendan live from Melbourne to preview the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at the Royal Melbourne Golf Course. more »


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Former Kiwis league representative and Warriors coach Tony Kemp joins the show to discuss the selection of the New Zealand side for the opening Four Nations match against Australia in Brisbane. more »


Stephen McKee – trainer of the legendary Sunline – helps set the scene (and hopefully provide a couple of hot tips) for this weekend’s Cox Plate. Cox Plate: Saturday 25th October @ 7.40pm NZ Time more »


Former Australian Boomer Shane Heal joins the team to preview the latest round of ANBL action. more »


Former Black Caps batsman Mathew Sinclair offers his weekly take on all things cricket. more »


Tasman wing and new New Zealand Maori representative James Lowe joins the show to preview his side’s ITM Cup Premiership final against Taranaki in New Plymouth on Saturday night. more »


Former Australian and South African cricketer Kepler Wessels discusses the New Zealand v South Africa one day series and brings a special message for Breakfast of Champions co-host Monty Betham. more »


Mark Hunt’s head trainer Steve Oliver joins us to look at his charge’s bout against Fabricio Werdum in Mexico, while USA Today MMA writer Mike Bohn looks at the global significance of this fight. more »


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We catch up with Spain-based football journalist Heath Chesters to talk about Luis Suarez’s debut for Barcelona and his dream team combination up front with Lionel Messi and Neymar. more »


we get up to date with LiveSPORT reporter John Day more »


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Tongan Rugby Union high performance manager Peter Harding explains why the union is frustrated at the NZRU not releasing one-time All Blacks hopeful Ben Tameifuna for Ikale Tahi test duty more »


Black Caps batting coach Craig McMillan joins the show to look back at yesterday’s opening one-day international against South Africa at Mt Maunganui. more »


Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare looks back on the side’s slightly topsy-turvy start to the season and ahead to tomorrow night’s big game against the Cairns Taipans. more »


The BoC’s Formula One correspondent – the Daily Express’ Bob McKenzie – brings listeners up to date with all the latest news and views from the sport. more »


Baseball New Zealand chief executive Ryan Flynn talks about an exciting new development in New Zealand baseball that could eventually see a Kiwi team competing in the Australian Baseball League. more »