Sunday Sport: In case you missed it

Sunday Sport 19/08/2018
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Did you miss Sunday Sport with Andrew Gourdie and James McOnie (in for Jim Kayes) today? Don't worry, we have all the best bits of the show right here.

Concerns for Ryan Crotty after the All Blacks dispatch the Wallabies

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Ryan Crotty's sister has voiced her concerns over the All Black's concussion problems, after the midfielder was knocked out during the first Bledisloe Cup test against the Wallabies in Sydney.

Crotty was involved in a head clash with fellow midfielder Jack Goodhue 12 minutes into the match and was taken off the field.

The incident has overshadowed the All Blacks 38-13 win, despite the Wallabies leading 6-5 at halftime. Andrew Gourdie and James McOnie talk to former All Blacks coach John Hart on their concerns for Ryan Crotty moving forward and the performance of Brodie Retallick last night.

What can the Wallabies do to get close to the All Blacks?

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The Wallabies may have been talked up by All Blacks coach Steve Hansen before the first Bledisloe Cup test of 2018, but after the Aussies were dominated in the second half, how do the Wallabies beat the All Blacks at Eden Park in game two - especially with the ankle injury to fullback Israel Folau? 

Andrew Gourdie and James McOnie speak with former Wallabies fullback and current rugby commentator Greg Martin.

Reaction to Laura Langman and Casey Kopua recalled to the Silver Ferns

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Veteran midcourt Laura Langman has been welcomed back into the Silver Ferns fold, named in the squad for the upcoming international quad series. Langman is joined in the wider squad by her long-time teammate Casey Kopua, who had retired earlier this year after the birth of her daughter.

Langman has been granted an exemption from Netball New Zealand, after not playing in the ANZ Premiership in 2018.

Will this be enough for the Silver Ferns to turn their recent fortunes around? Gourdie and McOnie talk with former Australian Goal Keep and Australia's most capped international netballer Liz Ellis.

What do the Blackcaps players think of Gary Stead as their new coach?

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On Wednesday, New Zealand Cricket formally announced 46-year-old Gary Stead as the new coach of the Blackcaps on a two-year contract.

Stead, a former top-order batsman, played five tests for the Blackcaps and 101 first-class matches for Canterbury, before taking the reins as coach in 2012 and winning three Plunket Shield titles.

What do the current Blackcaps players make of the announcement of Stead as their new coach? Andrew Gourdie and James McOnie talk with pace bowler Tim Southee.

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