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Former New Zealand cricketer and current NZ Cricket president Stephen Boock joins Brendan to look at the form of the Black Caps in their double-header against Sri Lanka in Dunedin over the weekend. more »


Jim Alexander looks at New Zealand golfer Stephen Alker’s form at the PGA Tour’s Humana Open at La Quimta and the less-than-stellar form of Robert Allenby following his ejection from the recent Hawaiian Open. more »


We talk to ESPN Radio Hawaii sports presenter Josh Pacheo about the bizarre case of Australian golfer Robert Allenby, who claimed he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed by unknown assailants after crashing out of the Sony Open in Hawaii. more »


Former Black Caps star Jesse Ryder is with us to discuss his upcoming boxing bout against controversial WhaleOil blogger Cameron Slater and what his cricketing future holds. more »


Warriors star and golden boot winner Shaun Johnson joins the Breakfast of Champions to map out another big year in his steadily-improving career, starting this weekend with him captaining a star-studded Warriors side at the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines. more »


Racing aficionado Andrew ‘Butch’ Castles joins us to look at the Premier Yearling Sales at Karaka over the next couple of days. more »


Fairfax cricket writer Mark Geenty joins Nate and Monty to review yesterday’s sixth one-day international between the Black Caps and Sri Lanka at University Oval in Dunedin. more »


Crusaders assistant coach Tabai Matson joins the show to talk about his side’s somewhat ill-fated opening hit-out against the Highlanders, which saw Willi Heinz and Jone Macalai both suffer long-term injuries. more »


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Sky Sports News Radio presenter Ben Ransom is with us to wrap a fascinating round of FA Cup action over the weekend. more »


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Former All Whites captain Steve Sumner looks at Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua’s audacious bid to sign Australian star Nathan Burns from the Wellington Phoenix. more »


Former tennis professional GD Jones is with us to talk about all the big news coming out of the Australian Open in Melbourne. more »


Commentator Steve Davie sets the scene for today’s fifth one-dayer between the Black Caps and Sri Lanka at the University Oval in Dunedin. more »


New Zealand Women’s Sevens coach Sean Horan talks about the selection of his squad for 2015, what he made of the national sevens and what his plans are in this important phase before the Rio Olympics. more »


Chad Townsend is with us to look at the Warriors’ preparations for the 2015 NRL season and also the upcoming Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines competition at Eden Park. more »


Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare helps the Breakfast of Champions team preview his side’s game against the Sydney Kings at Vector Arena this evening. more »


Wellington Phoenix assistant coach Chris Greenacre joins the show to look at the Nathan Burns transfer speculation and the side’s next game against the Brisbane Roar on Monday. more »


We catch up with TAB bookie Kieran McAnulty to find out the latest odds and see if we can put some extra notes in one lucky listener’s wallet. more »


Seattle Seahawks play-by-play caller and former Seahawks wide receiver Steve Raible looks at his side’s chances in the upcoming Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots. more »