Sunday Sport: In case you missed it


Here's a look back at RadioLIVE's Sunday Sport with Andrew Gourdie & Jim Kayes for Sunday 2nd September, 2018.

Cameron George

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Warriors CEO Cameron George joined Sunday Sport to discuss the national side making the NRL playoffs and the chance of them being a threat for the title for the first time in years.

Laura Langman

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The ability of Noeline Taurua to develop a culture that is built on trust and expectation, is what makes her the perfect choice for national coach according to Laura Langman.

She joined the program to talk her return to the game and how the new leadership role will work.

Ian Foster

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All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster looks ahead for this weekend’s match against the Pumas and gives an update on player injuries and who is likely to be selected for the Nelson game.

Ian Potter

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The proposed sale of the TAB could have a "disastrous" impact on funding for a host of sports in New Zealand, says Basketball NZ CEO Ian Potter on Sunday Sport.

The Panel

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Former Rugby League player Justin Morgan and New Zealand sports broadcaster Miles Davis joined the Sunday Sport panel to discuss all the weekly sporting news.

Listen to all these interviews in full above.

Sunday Sport with Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes, 2pm - 6pm every Sunday afternoon on RadioLIVE, and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.