Sunday Sport: In case you missed it

Sunday Sport 02/12/2018

In case you missed it, here are the best bits from Sunday Sport with Andrew Gourdie & Jim Kayes for Sunday, 2 December 2018.

Steve Tew

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CEO of New Zealand Rugby Union Steve Tew discusses the future of All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and what processes will be made if he decides to stand down as head coach after the Rugby World Cup.

Grace Wisnewski

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New Zealand have finished with their highest placing in a World Cup after the women's U17 side took home the bronze medal in Uruguay.

Hamilton-based stricker Grace Wisnewski joined Sunday Sport to comment on this record breaking success story.

Karl Budge

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Formula E - is this the new hot thing in motorsport? ASB Classic Tournament Director Karl Budge tries to convince Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes that Electric Street Racing is the future for Motorsport.

Joelle King

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Kiwi professional Squash player Joelle King joins Sunday Sport to comment on her recent success after being crowned the women's Hong Kong Open champion.

King has now hit her career-high world ranking.

The Panel

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Rugby league legend Justin Morgan and The Crowd Goes Wild producer Huw Beynon join the Sunday Sport panel to discuss everything that went down this week in 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.