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Episode 51 · 1 year ago

50TH EPISODE SPECIAL (Favourite Live Sporting Moments ft. EVERY GUEST) - Episode 50

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In a celebratory episode of the On The Ball podcast, Hamish and Pilch's intro is followed by a montage of favourite live sporting moments sent in by every guest that has appeared on episodes in the first 50. 

Cewelcome back to the Onobo Pot,cocesses episode, fifty we've done it lads raise the Bah wehave done it m.we'll be honest. I wasn't backing myself to get past episode ten, butwe've got te fifty and we're going strong, we're not showing any signs ofslowing up we ad today joined by who, who else itwould only be fitting. I worked it out before you've been on twenty oneepisodes Cuberon my mask could be wrong, but we, a joined by Christian Pillco,welcome mate thanks, rit absolute pleasure s ar wise. I know your rights can' to rise, thebat with you yeah, I'm good, I'm Goin O he, you yeah, I'm very well very exiedfor this to be honest M. it's been good week with you know, record a a fewother pardies as well, but in the background I've been herding togetherall these videos to make today's special episode for everyone. So I hopeyou enjoy it first of all, though, before we getinto it, I would just like to say quick. Thank you to absolutely everyone. WHO'shad anything to do with this. The guests m everyone. I don't think manypeople have said no or said like. I can't do that time or whatever everyonehas been. I guess lockd down does help, but everyone has beenv so willing tohelp out everyone's being so excited to get on, which only makes my life easier'cause. You know it'd be a bit dull if it was just me talking to myself orfifty episodes straight Um. Anyone who's listened to any of thepocust anyone who's followed us on instegram licked, an Istegrain peslicke to tweet, subscribe to the Yutrube anything Um. I appreciate any of it. This isbasically just a little hobby Um. You know Ou nes, not the most timeconsuming. For me, it only takes a a couple like a day or two out of my week,so I thought I'd fill up my time, especially and locked down withsomething else, and this has been more than enjoyable to be honest, with beingvery rewarding Um. So yeah, I'm not doing this for fame or anything to getviews, but it is kind o Nice. You know when people get around you, so Iappreciate anyone who said anything. Nice about the show anyone whosupported it in any way whatsoever and but today's episode to celebratethe Fiftieth Special, I thought it'd be quite fitting to those who were theloyal listeners, those who new m episode, one me and our men hereChristian we sat down and talked about our top five favorite live sportingmoments of our lives. So it's something that we were actuallyout in person and a moment. Is You know something? It's not like. I don't knowthe the Rider Cup is not a moment. It's somthing small! So somting, like you,know a couple of minutes or something the end of a game, a certain shortstuff like that. So today, what I thought would befitting is, if I get every guest who's been on. The show so far to send me intheir favorite live sporting moment and I'd make a bit of a montage of everysingle guest. We've had we're going to be going through them in chronologicalorder so from who appeared first to whoappeared the latest. If you know what I mean- and you know I might pop in in betweena few just to introduce a few people if they haven't introduced themselves Um,but just quickly, because you know me an you- can't be left out of thiscompletely. What did you say to those who didn't listen to Abisoon? What wasyour number one moment? Do we don't need to go into it into too much death,but soi left out of this chat? What whatdid you have? Yep Siman was the was Steve mlops Matchwinningal in thetwenty eight and show down at the Adellaide over which we, both witnesslive, yeah yea great moment loved that and minewas a bit of a pod. I think I don't even know the Yearard. I think it wastha. Twenty twelve aigly grandfinal, the Brisman were all famous wol famousfor soccer fans, Alegue fans in particular, but one of the greatsoccemauches of all time they, you know, came back Um from tunill down M in thelast ten minutes of extra time and then on on penalties. So that was my m. TheBriton real the mighty Al Carli. I haven't watched a royal game in aboutseven years, but mighteer all got up Um, but before we quickly get into first up,we've got Campbell because he was in episode. Three. You were in the firsttwo episodes, but before Ygeto Young SEAMACCA iseed to think you pilch. Obviously I think everyone equally, butI think you deserve a bit of an extra...

...thanks and the amount of times I'vesent you a message the night before, sometimes even on the day that od doyou mind, recording today, um I need to get an episode out or just anything,you've helped me, like. You know, pick tidles pick thumbnails for the YOU Touyou've made me like think of ideas and you've always been there, the wholewaysupporting it and, as I said before, twenty one episodes you've almost beenin half of them. So this point you basically cohost but yeah. I really appreciate that mate.So thankspil, no Wase Ma pense always a pleasure toget on the show and I'm honored to have that many appearances and tell her forthe next fifty episodes yeah I'm looking forward to I. I was singingthat before in the shel like episode, a Hun like fifty's been a long timeifsode a hundred we might be like out of lockdown or we might be. Who knows the whole t change? That's like sixteenweeks away. I think I worked it out the other month. Definitely not weird of meto do. I think it's like December, the four teenth or something useta hundredso look out for that. One O H, Putt Ew, coends BYEA. So thanks alot pch once again, thanks to everyone who's being involved in anyway, thanksto the listins who are listening now, even though they're not listening, so Ican't really think them, but thanks to anyone, who's, listen to any of them M,and yet so here is Campbell, Igo, so incampbell you MAG nome me fromHomss pod cast. I usually talk about movies, marvel ww, a that's! Usually myforeti you've probably had my voice nev sing this place. But the question is: What is my favorite live sportingmoment of the decade SAR? I would probably say I have a tie for two, so my first onewas. We went to cinny last year to watch game three state of origin, so itwas already pretty tense because I'm pretty sure this was the tie breakaround. So my whole family was an age I was on GE. It was also was very special,my m all dressed up in blue. It was the first time we've been to a state ofOrgin game in quite a long time, so we were already so pumped and thegame was the most intense and oreal game. I've ever seen in my life, Bulis were smashing. We were crushingthe game and then Queenlin came back and we won the game within the lasttwenty seconds, which is just unheard of you know, and it was justthe crowd going crazy 'cause. We were also near a boys supporters, so it wasjust the crowd was just really into the game and it was just everyone wasscreaming. I lost my voice, the next sape. It was honestly one of theCRAZIEST ENERALD Games I've been to and it was great to see fourmoist tiger player. Well, he waswith the Westings Nhes, with the ristes tatim Um Keddy Jame STODESTCO men of the match,so yeah that Thi Poiin ran was pretty pretty crazy, so my second spoting meant would haveto be when last Christmas we went over toEngland Luckiena and we went to an EPL game and we went to Liverpool versuswalls, and the game already started off amazing. The day already Lan ofamazingine cause my Tin Chelsea one like twenty minutes. Prior ecause therwas a game just before Livpool bes was sous already a ligtage, but just being in the stadium, like you alwayssee, epl games like on the T V or you watch the matchhighlight, but you never seen in person, and it's just just crazy, like when the fan sang,never walk alone. TBUT. Anything in that room. Everyone was hoding up theirrid scorfs. Who was, I was just stunned by the Camaraderie in that stadium, and Ithink that's what really makes these two spoiting moments. The best of the decade. Bequise of the energy in that stadium, like theBlues Energy and the livcoal energy, was just crazy. So those are my lifesporting events, thanks o them on Campbell next up isFraser. My Dad Fresmccorglel, he has been in four episodes of the POCAST,and his first appearance was in episode for Tha. My parents episode. So, let'ssee what he has to say: Congratulations, Hiisong of Fiftieth potcast is a FiftiePo, podcast or fiftieth anniversary, I'm not sure, but well done, Um...

...being some riveting conversations, somegoods and bad some. I believe that at least Yo have my crack and that's agood thing from my well question that I've beenposed is what is the best live sporting event that I've seen Nd. I've been very fortunate in myfifty seven years that I've seeing lots of sport and lots of exciting things, and it'sone of those things that more you think about it. Um, the more you remember thegood things the danger is poses relativity. By that I mean you rememberMo more recent things. So if you look at the last twelve months, you know thetwo things of standout is the state of origin, an the climatic statestate of origin and then, of course, the soccer matches that we saw footballmatches. We saw in England when we were over there for Christmas, and theyreally do you know they are the stop. But the thing you think to toself is isatigecause. That's more recent! It's interesting that football shouldbe in there because most of the sporting things that I've watched M isdominated by cricket and RAGBYLEA, because that's my two passions as aspoiting person, cricet more in a cricket I'V, seeing lots of things. Youknow I've Seen Gregg Chapel briakt records ave seen denizenly brak records.I saw them play their last three teth the last test where they were playedtogether and we saw mymithel Johnson, Jus terrar partEngland, on that last day, in the first test, Ooland any recent ATEC o notrecent, but two thousand and twelve Thirte, twothousand an thirt en and Fortin ashes, which set up that summon. So there's been some really good cricketevents and I'm sure the more I think about it. More will come back. Probably th. A highlight for me forcricket is Jeff Thompson versus of West indies back in ninety seventy six whenhe absolutely just tore through the West indies- and I never ever seenanything like that before. So you see lots of individual great things, but Ithink crickets als an interesting one, because it's more of a gradual buildup.So it's it's always you know. Is it that event, whereas with rugby Lingamuch shorter time frame and things moving a much faster rateBrungleague sa? You remember more probably when I now look back this, you mean obviously folloing a team likeBalmane and the West Tigers, the good times a few and far between, but whenthey have good times it is good times and probably the game that stands out andthe live event that I really treasure the most is was the semifinal against Saint Georgeand t e, Two thousand and five permiship rain. I like that game. WhileI was there, whereas the Granfinel we didn't go, but I all think thegrandfinel was a b more of an anti climate compared to the week before, and thething that I loved about that game was first of all, we were there, it was a soldout crowd, it was overforty thousand people and it was dominaly. It was a pure trigal game,like Sait Georgen at West Tigas, half the crowd was in orange and half thegrabes in white. So it really was what everyone talks about. When you see thattribalism- and it was just a magical night- and I think you Knowtha Ihad- Iwas there with Nias. Her was Tommy. Mooring, Um Michael Cameron, was a with hisgirlfriend sommer else in the crayl M, and then, of course, he had himish. You were there and locamasee andAisralor I'm five years old and then niquisereSois. You know a true family ven and it was one of those magical nights wherethings the huge crowd, huge, huge impact, a then, of course, BenjeMarshal Scor to try very early in the match where et justran right around Ma Gasnia and that that you set up the time for the restof the nint and then the Tardes just actually dominated, and then there wasa period. I remember in the second half where Saint George started coming back.'cause Yeu just knew that they would come back. I think Trep barrid eithersent u try or sqore a try and things were star to get all this goning Gan tobe Ledgy, and during that period the schoolboard orthe time on the schoolboard broke and said. Yo had no idea really how longwas left in the game and you woere try to guess. But then there was a periodwhere the Tigers got a big enough lead and with five minutes to go um you knew they were Goin to gettheGrandfa n arming with the buzzs in the...

...crowd, as people realized that thisteam was going to do it and Yknowhen. You consider the last time that a lotof the supporters in Thei crowd had success was n, nine teen, eighty nineUm, you could actually feel the enthusiasm and that just used buzz ofexcitement as people know that they're going to make it- and I I think that's what I really enjoyed was thatlast five minutes where you just knew that they they're going to do this,they couldn't lose, nothing was going to stop them fromdoing it. Then you just sat and just absorbed it and Ho just sat in yourseat and looked around and it just was an awesome night. Then,of course we hung around. I mean most of the plays came out, we scotautographs, and it was just a great night and, like I said, I alwics foundthe grand finel a week later, a little bit of an anticlomix Um. You know itwas great to Wheetn, but it was an eighty five accident that by far awayis my best sporting memory, the one that would come pretty close toit now and, as I said, I do worry that this is more recent soin. Your head wasthe day we saw Liverpool e molfs at Anfield and for the theatre of sport. I don't think it could get any betterthan to sit there. I just thought th that was Jus sa they was had to describe, and you knowI glen was so lucky to be there and feel it an you. Coal only imagine whatit must be like when there's a big big Gan on Um. I enjoyed that and then Weinbacked up to see arsnel about a week later. You W you felt it again. So ever the Liverpool game would be now. My number two, the state of origin, obviously would bein that top three. So it's quite interesting that two of Min talk two ofmy top three events Um is in that is in that ton. It's just recent, but o know by faraway it's all about the West targets. For me, two thousand and five doesn'tget any better. Unfortunately, that night, you didn'tthink itd be another, the least fifteen years before we see it happening againUm. I look forward to he avening again and that's what keep you alive as asupport of that anticipation? That's going to happen, but it was a great night. I got a sharetwo of mythro boys and god Shir Nicolland. It was just fantastic, sothat's it amish and, as I said at the beginning, well down on all your potCAS and Um, I look forward to being a more important part of the podcastgoing for, because, when I'm on a, I think the standard lives. I can't seehe thanks that one dad always trying to bea comedian. You are pretty funny. May next ipwe've got mum, also known asNicole she's appeared in three episodes of the POK Ar similarly debuted as dad did in t my parents episodeepisode for of the PODY. So let's see what she has to say: Hi, I'm Nicol Havihis, mom Um. First ofI'd like to Congratulate Hiish on reaching his fiftieth podcast thededication that I've seen over this time of him. You know trying to come upwith great iideas that were interesting and that we engage m the people that hehad on his pod cast as well as his audience and how he included Um, familyand friends M. It's been a real testament to his dedication and strive to always deliver something.That's all a good stand ARD. So congratulations! Homeish when I was trying to think of my mostfavorite live sporting events. I did come up with a few things atfirst and then I sort of had a light bold moment, one nine and o that doesn't happen veryoften vast Um. I actually think I'm not gonna, I'm actually Um, I'mactually attacking this a different way. I actually think my most favorite livesporting moment is the is those that leave you with a tear in your eye thatyou remember that feeling that you have at thatmoment at the lives porting avent that Youre? As that you remember that feeling the nextday the next week, the next month, the next year,...

...the next decade, I think the most favorite sporting live moments, are those that bringpeople together and allow people to share memoriestogether and experiences and hate you hard when it's maybe not a great outcome orit fels you with elation when it's when it's a great outcome. So I think that's the true testament of the best live sporting moment is whenit leaves you with those feelings. Just leaves you with those feelings and ithits you right there and I think sport can bring people together and Ye. So there theyare my favorite livesporting moments. So a couple of these examples that Um that I'm talking aboutwould be the two thousand and nineteen state oforigin in Sydney and at INS at Stadim. It was just sogreat Um, the atmosphete, the Bob and being able to show it with my wholefamily and my Sisterin Law am watching thelook on my boy's faces. That was just amazing and also the two thousandsemifinal Olympics Um. That was another amazing moment whenKathy Frayman was ricing. There was so many, so many cameras and and thestadium was electrifying. So those are the things that I think the most memorable live sportingmoments that stir those amazing feelings inside things bi of an interesting take then mom, butI appreciate the calm words: the State of argans getting a serious run aroundhere, but I show you this next guest one habit. Next ou we've got browniehe's appeared in four episodes o same as dad Um. His first one was thewomen's tennis episode where we talked about the women's Tennis Playes of thetwenty tenth decade. That was episode fir of the POTCASTL. Let's see whatBronnie has to say, so for me, the number one lifesportinmeant that I go to every year is the Australin open for sure. Ani Go threeto five days ground pass every year and I always love it. So when I wasthinking about my favorite lifeporny met that I've been to, I knew that Ihad to be from the Australian Open, there's nothing else that ive gone tohlive that really compares, in my opinion, to the Esraian open every yearm. So when thinking about my favorite specific match, I've been to, eventhough I've been to semifinals and I've never been to a final, been to a semifinal thit was pretty ordinary. I've been in Rodlaver Rena, but in the firstfew rounds, so the match is usually pretty one sided when I think about thebest livesparnn ret, the best atmosphere Um the match at, I thinkcopies Imagiin I went to in the two thousand and Nineteen Stan Open withbroady on show Co, three, which the Calbat usually the Australians play,and it was Alex. Bolviesgilsimon um seems pretty random, but it was lastmatch on in the second round, Choko hres, usually a court where the crowdsget pretty hyped up, especially at night and often the last caurt on at night, where there still be matchplaying, and it was in this case Um with the Australian playing. We gotthere early so m. We got we got, we secured our seats, usually they'repretty hard to come by and washed teaes down two SES to one. We weren't reallyexpecting too much from him case, kill some on's a much better play thanAlexbolt always has been, and then the fulset Tirat comes around and I expoutSaverya couple of match points and one. The fourset Ti break ten eight and thencame back a was a break up in the fifth Gilsaman broke back. It was for all andthen Al expelt to kill the last two games and one the match: Six. Four inthe fifth, we were there the whole time it was being played on. You know, channel seven and whateverbefore all the night matches started, and it wasn't necessarily a massivespectacle. There wasn't a hundred thousand people there, but it was justa crazy atmosphere. We ere really involved in it the whole time and itwas just a Um. It was just a crazy match to SA crazymashs to witness and the fact that it was an Australian playing reallyamplified the. U atmosphere in there and nothing. Even though I've been tosome my footy team winning fi a couple...

...of finals and for me the tennis isdefinitely number one. The Australian Open in terms of live sport for me andthat match has to be the best match or the most exciting life match that haveever been to maybe fells watch it on TV. It wouldn't be up there. I probablywould have forgotten about it if I was watch it on t V, but just being therein the moment made it Um. Quite special, yes, O. that's my number one livesporning moment that I've been to interesting, Foo teave from Brownie,wouldn't necessarily think Zil, Samon and Alex Bol would be topping too manylists in any context, but very interesting one bit of a bitof a uniqhe one there. I respected next up. We've got Curtis, also known asJames, because his name is James last nameCurtis. His first episode was episode. Six, where we reviewed the NFL draft,he's been in five episodes. Um So let' hand it over to James Curtis, Gra Coka, Congra Ome. Fifty UPSonighttgreat Chaveand. It's been great to be involved in sure Thereis,listening, love it as well and KD pumping them out, and you know whoknows or Reguardes juscrabed to Beinvotin. As I said M, I believe etdoing O mu, membe, wos poyman. So as a Wofon Fan, I've been lucky enough to H, witness four premaships Um threofitch I've been to and also onethat we lost unfourtene. Two Thousand and twelve Um in tespot Wen yo, threePA in two thousand and fifteen most membral Po Murmur serily has to be thetree a night grandforantal Um e, the IAT. The Times I was prettyyoung, I reember Jonba absolute par has ive the time Thou in e Pak owht. Therewas that probably must do three yeas been two thousand and Sevento doysnight and Um. I does no um. I don't remember. Bot had a pretty young sode,so Um. No, obviously I thought I were young, but I obviously thought that Iwent as Mithe, wis, Telon, Um and yeah. I just remember e was in theFourthbackroud of the MJ, the very gods, the the MJ and Um Yeah. Just I neverwintnessed something like it. It was a Pastidea itit was so loud Um. I remember the fonal aren going ireadone W, remember Gayg, where we had rushed behind throughout Um Madawas was pretty pretty unedged thewhole guy to be honest, andum Yetat, Sarran, going Um and ijust. Remember the whole Cra, ga oexcept wormis, the Jeong suppos. But yet all the WALTSIOL was gating up andnever heard herd such Hera, a noise, an th t, I'm sure that CONFA coming down and yeah. It was something I remember II was. It was unbelievable to be honest, UM, yeah, there's just so many aspects. Iremember compared to the other grandfanel M. Ijust don't really remember as much. I'm anmerican, that's just because it wasmy first grandfather e o have a witnessed and M. Obviously, we got upICIT as great but yeah just pass like Shankqualfood yelling. That's whatwe're talking about and it was just th Herin Depart Thi son Gar, onrepaid yeah.It was just her stay to be to witness and Sari murmers EMEMBER Wran. He was.It was a tossil sort M toughfool game, um yeah, but the the specific morment,if you want M, would definitely be. When then Sara went in the Trea hegrandfan on Ot Ongo M, just something I never witnessed before. I was a ninetyear old and it's something that would probably livewith me for Loftomagis, I'm pretty awesome, Um, pretty pretty clice decidebut yeah. It's pretty awesome, Um Yeah! So that's my my most memberable Mamendot, witness ten yeah kept going with the pus mit and Um Yeah miht Bao. Oneyear again, I as good form curt, really good, whisperingto everybody respectful to the family. I, like it Um next ot we've got redosfs. He is thesecond highest appeared guest behind Pilch, with eight, so pretty goodformere from retols absolute store of of the show Um. His first appearancewas in the way for Champion's league team, the decade which was episode non.I believe so, let's hear what he has to say: Hey Cok, thanks for having me on againcongrass on the fastes fifty of year Kra. So I think my most treasured th sportingmoment that I ve watched live would have to be the well cut final inAustralia and Malban ad. The mcgi...

...happened to win some free tickets, sowe had me and my dad had some of the best sates in the house and then to seemicro stock knockerver. Bread mccullam was what was it the third ball? Thegame was Mas, just insane more more than that. I think it was just the waythat the crowd reacted and went off. I was this an unbelievable moment andthen to capital off to say Clarky in hes final. I think it was hise finalordiionings to smash around their New Zealanders and then to walk off andhave everyone standing Clainmo, as just anrl thing is alwas, like my favoritecricket ogrown up, so that was the one for me. Congrats, on the fifty nine saysoon, thanks for that one reddls, no, somecheap gag there about how sl really appreciated me. Next, O we've got lockmy older brother. He appeared in five episodes the Potty debute in the sameone as read off. So let's hear what the big fellow has to say: Agys Lokln mcorconel, he, the onderbrother of the post of the pocast Hamish, he's asked me to give mygreatest sporting moment that I've seen alive and there was a few thereas, afew ones that come into it. There was she itwas game, two thousaed andseventeen a d, The tiger's knocking off a storm in the last minute. I waspretty good and had a few friends there as well as we went out and I enjoyedthe night um getting closer like sandy six feet fromTyk was a season. Th President' Cart was pretty amazing, but I think thenumber one for me would be last year's state of origin in Gan three. We werelucky enough to attend in Sydney just a second argect gi. Mighthad attended, nothing. The previous son was at the mcj a couple of years ago. I wasn'tdeciding games so obviously Dodt know the importance of the one that last er,which I think it was on AL leading into the last game. Obviously- and you knowit was a pretty tight game, I think Queenslandhad fought back in the secondhouse wer up B, a couple of points when it was like the last couple of minutesthat really you know it really made it exciting and given itwas in Sydney most,the crab was supporting yeurself wiles. So you know s coming down the lastcouple of minutes and h. You know itwas getting pretty nervy in the crowd,giving t the blues. We e just a couple of points behind other Baros. Therecame down the last play. I think it was. It was like maybe thirty seond go onthe match, forty seconds and I think Michel Peer had shifted the ball rightfrom thirty other in line. He I think Mi had come in from quens andto try and make a tackle on back O seanes the past gone straight past andit sended ov, with tontroyvisues drawn in the winger. Given the partsout to the winger and the Blake forgus was sprinting down the sideline and e Niy went out Ewais Liketonso, I Irealy falling over IC notice. Atanybody did and then he think he drew the foolback: Pon, her bang, through a bowl inside the tea, twenty eigts and t stepback insid and prine the remaining tofenus oscore inthe corner and, like everyone, sweat nots, it's incredible one of t, one ofthe greates things on the same person and to have eighty thousand people justgoing off their brains, boys w that's called the when you triedthe final second of the game, h acoins on a similaae o the ninety fourthseries of Ma Coins tribe. But this was Mesep whils's turn and, like I couldn'tbelieve it. The whole live so I', trying back to anoce place and yeah just thinkng about it. Now, likeshes, a coup ETA Oten is incredib good ful mar look once again state of arginggetting a real real working over. Here. I can assureyou, that's the last time it's going to be mentioned. This episode. Next opwe've got rosive Angis Roe. He is appeared in four episodes. Heexpated his debt in episode eleven in a Newsleag, a preview but he's more numfor his a FL appearances. But let's see what the big fellow has to say Dan, I have a GD boys, hey ordoing, aso my favorite spoiling merint. I've been to is actually a true way. Tighcould not split them or first of all, I'm going to name some honorablementions. So, first of all, I went to the two San Eleven pre, five Twenn longand west coast am just because it's the best. I F Fel, I'm up ING to Consedring, I'm a saintsFan. I didn't get to go the grandfathers and ININE and ten. So thatwas good experience. However, it was pretty comfortable. Toong win. Um alsowent to a semifinal in Hestrong open between and Mary and Thomasbshyes backwas pretty Comorta Winter Murray, but I had some very nice caurtside set, sothat made it um very good experience as well, also ban to a couple of las bolfinishes and PR and so on. However, my two ways tirt. First of all, I was intwo thousand and eighteen o nineteen- The test series against India. It was aboxing dotest day too minthe afternoon,...

...so I don't know if any will remember,but we got smash that series Um was when we didn't have smeath Tor Warneraround them, so top ader consisted of you know Max Harris and Phinch and allthem Um. However, so Datto it was the startofthe day sie with India Finishing Day at first ining Sop Ajar. I made ahundred and I made a pretty good score and declared they then rolled through us for vet,not much about one about two hundred from memory Um, and then we came into bowl it. Just itstarted off. Looking like anothertypical Indian dominance untilpack coming stood up, took the first wicked of a Hari, for I think it wasfifth dame roughly and men Pajara the man who a tunned up in the firstsinnings Patti coms got him out. I think second ball, Thowas, absolutelyunbelievable. To see that we all thought when PJOB was walking out here.We go. You know another three hundred bull tone. I was about ready to leavewith Jack Robin Finprel Benhardbald early Arba Jack Renda, and I good matofmine. I stay there and witnessed m one of my favorite ever spoiling memories.I'm sorry he got to Droy out for a toble docker. We thought well Missus,awesome 'cause. The entire M CJ was filled with strong fans who wase justsickand, tired of the Indian Dominante in the series. So far, so we got absolutely around him. Itfell like a hundred thousand crown and then Wat in I ver colly walks out,obviously good of an any enemy um to the Estralian science. HARME got himout very cheaply as well arms. He was gone for another duck, an Mrahane, hisobviously very quality, very good cricketir came out, got himout and Spicos two bows, so we took out three or four very quality. Batmanpedicoms did in the space of about half an hour, and just the Saynes wereincredible. There was a hatric ball that was nearly actually um but yeah.Considering Hi'm a scients, fair ND. Most of my games, re EA Ostadum. Ihaven't really witnessed a massive MH aruption like I did that Dat. That wasabsolutely Ossem to finish the day off M. my second favorite sporny memory, Umwas in two thousand and thirteen around twenty three was 'n, an mcj, fine oranything like that. It was simply the last game but Saint Cilbetreo, JasonBlake. Just in Kashiki and who's T, a fil Steven Mil played forthe club, an it was against freemancle. They were making finals, so theyarrested their entire squad. I think we finished near the Bomala, but weabsolutely obliterated them and it was just awesome. Kozi was myfavorite player as a kid growing up. Sorry et was good Sam in his final game. He came on as a substitute and hekicked four behinds an his last behind everyone. Thought was a goal, so he gotthe massive celebration and everything all of Eddie had just absolutelyerupted. The roof was Ofen, which made it better so that that's probably the loudest edihad has everbeen in its history to Coep that Goln that I was reversed. I wish thosebruised. I couldn't hear myself think M Jason Blake as well. Um alsom, lockedown tolld ofender. He maaged to kick a goal: Hes fames ronly ever having oneBrowo vot, but he was a very solace sang killo player, so got see him and,of course, stay a MILN mage to kick aving a couple in that last game M.Sorry, just to see all those boys off and for Allan Kiagol except Cosi, whosort of got to live it, but arm statistically didn't Thare was anabsolutely awesome day, obviously growing up seeing them in the grandfinals and just growing up absolutely admiring them and meeting them at logkick and all Thaim saying em off like that, with the massive crowd m f by anawesome, windbass Um, it was such a good memory, Um argular Mase, myfavorite San Kido, win ever so yeah. Hopefully, if we do this again next,you hopefully at's celebrating a San Ki, a grand fine Wim, not going to get ahead of myself but um yeah thanks boys and gosites thanks for that one robby. Next opwe've got Jack Broibet, also known as Brody. He first appeared in the AFLTwenta. Twenty predictions episode he's also peared in recent one about theGulf, so he's got a total of two appearances, many more to come. Let'ssee what Jack broady brol bent whats Ti. Tell us today get Ogus I'm here for theon the ballpodcast special fistes episode and my favorite lives. Forty moments that I'vebeen through SOI've now down to three I've been very lucky and gone to a lotof great spoiting events around the world and Manyan Melbourne. My first one being a cautand supporterand loving. My Al Footy is a three thousand and thirteen elimination finel.Where Calton came down from about five gulls and half time and Baik Richmons,it was a beautiful spring day at the j.

As about ninety five thousand people-and I just remember that day, being unbelievable, atmosphea Crout inpliedunbelievably well, there was some stars- you know with the Fre me guys andJadand mety and Gebes and Nickdogan was a hero, keeping four galls and it wasjust an n electric day at the M j. So that was my first favorite sporling moment. My second onewould be. I was fortunate enough to go to thwesanda eighteen men's as openfinal between CEDERA and Chilich. Thatand went to that match. It wasn't aclassic in terms of going in the old time grat matches in Tennesse Strey,but they went to five sets, got to seeRoger a my favorite player of all time live for the first time and um the on which was fantastic. Once again,it was a hot holy level of tennis grid atmosphere inside Rodliver Arena, andhe was a great Nin and finally came to last year and Ihad to spit hairsbetween going to Wimboldan for the first time, which is, of course, myfamous tennis Grand Slam on the calendar. But what just pike it for mewas going to the icy secret at Will Cup at Lords. It was Australia and NewZealand playing. It was about thirty degrees, a hot London Day and wellforce enough to sit in in a box with Tom, free food and drink, and wealsower had the pleasure of sitting next to Allan border all day. So wewatched the CRIGGER, I want to be ite lots of food and so Leozzis Bake. Thekways quite comfortably Trent Bolt took a Hasric, so that was a real arm hardof the day. But astrawte cruise to begree so yeah, then my three favoritesporting moments as plenty of others, the presents cut last year, lots oftimes at the tennis foty you've been to the Basball, but thoss three M standabove the rest and what will live on in my memory enjoy really like that from you. Therebrobent. Next? U, we've got mustifa the interesting combination of N, FL,expert and Pakistin cricket expert. His first appearance was in the NFL AFCpredictions episode. He has appeared in two POK castle up. Let's hear what mustefar right says he's number one moment: myfavorite sporting moment would have to probably be the champions perpy we wonin twesnty seventeen pacson. Everyone had writden us off, but M. I still hadhert that would went an a as it happened. Um We won the championtrurphy. We had a very good team, I think, and Um Yeah. I think it was the biggest highlitt formy life is seeing Pakison win something so then winning the Championterf. Itwas a big deal for me, so yeah thanks short and sweet from misy there, but welove it. Next up is Elvis M cal elmans to be formal, he's been in one episodeonly, but we want to get him back on 'cause he's one of the funniluks goingaround he's. Only appearance was in an episode where we just talkedabout cricket really was told stories made jokes, mainly from Calim self. So,let's see what Elvis the musician. The musical genius has to say. My favorite live sporting moment thatI've witnessed as a long fan. This might not surprise it too much, butit's Tom Hawkins after the Syren go against twarthorn round nineteen.Twenty Twelve Kep the Camet CAS rolling on- and this is it was sort of before TomHawkins. You know now is considered like one of the best kfords in the COM,but this was you know. A lot of opposition supported,still didn't really rait him and H got a lot of hate, especially from a fewmates of my dad who were horth on supporters. They always getting stuckinto him, forbeing, pretty useless and to have him of all players afterthe Saran. You know fifty five out, probably the one of thecleanest drop pants ever kicked like that thing like went over the top ofthe Gulpost from like sixty so were like a seventy ma, O drop on and is at the game. It was pretty remarkable, pretty specialmemory that, thanks for listening Nice, one Elvis next we've got nose. Nobarons he's made one appearance similar to cow. We need to get him back onbecause he's a loved member of the shore. Heappeared in the Manchester United team in the decade, episode with Peach Um so let's hand it over to knowng and seewhat he what events he's Gonto, what...

...moments he's going to talk about, Ey hope everyone's going well duringcorona part of on the ball poecask. If you episodebeenasked by Hamish, to give some of my most nemerable live sportmiments, so I've chosen to that Um really stood out tomet. There was acouple. The first one was the two thousand andsixteen AFL Grand Final SOS the bulldogs against the swans. Although Ido Support S Andin, so thimight be a little bit of a copy out, but Um only grandfater 'v ever been to ofprobably any sports, so that Firste's pretty big thing, but just the theatmosphere Um t startsite occasion, most people won'tgo to a grandfar AF. I grandfather on the whole life, so it was definitelypretty special and especially got to go for a couple mates, so it was really good. I think the thing that sout for me aswell for that was just buldogs winning finishng pretty low. Ithink they came like seven seventhat year, so we weren't even expected to bein the grand final alet alone, win it M and yeah. Just a really good game ispretty close up until pay the last fifteen minutes and just after, likeBolo suppose we got mental guys, crying and Um. Just ro Ain can help but getinvolved with it and just had masse us really feel good kind of story, um so yeah. That was my first memale wisesport moment and for my second one was early earlier. is she going to a Lakeisgame? In l? A am so gotgot to see Lakers verse, the Nicks at this tiplcenter, which was, I was pretty excited for that it was amazing. Um got to see the Brown Anthony Dathis,who j just to say, thato sing on the price of the baskeall. Playes is PrettyMans a law, definitely memorable and the h they they make a good spectacleof the sports of an T. U S, ot, it's a big show and like, but it really sillmakes like a movie kind atmosphere. U The actual game itself. The lakes, one by like fifteen twenty oldpoints, O wasn't like a superemirable game in that that way, I think, were Bron scod like thirty and go a triple double Um but yeah, it's just just to say, T thatbeing able to go to an MBA game m y o. It might be the only one I ever seeagain, who knows, and it yeah just really special, prettyclose to the court had had decent seats. So yetthat'd be my second one. Thanks nos two very interesting callsthere, but I like both of them next up, we've got peanuts. Recent appeer on theshow bit is racked up to appearance in his appearances and he's got one comingsoon. He first appeared in an F one, MBA episode, but let's hear what paynuthas to offer Gd, I go hope, ro well, pleasurmy, backon the pod cast or a big special episode, Big Fireloh, big showt toHamih foramagine at this far fift, so debsolut absolute efiden Chatto. Allthe listeners tey put in the time we can pot Gussin a listen, so bigs, OT, T,anbe Shat to Hamish and the pody done really well, hopefully get a few morementions in a few M pisodes n in the future, but uh ye a big shat outs. My favorite live forty moment. I'vebeen to bet of an odd one, but it was the first baskeball game over went toin for the NBA, and it was January, seven eign, twro thousand and twelveiws, the hat birst the Spurs in Miami Um. I quite lucky dad provided a littlepackage deal for me. Marsys to we got to kind of mate the team, the mimy boysbefore the game and got to shoot a free throw before before the first tip offso. Luckily, I clutched up and joined thefree Thriveso, that's something I remember fro for sure, but gain to Hifiall the boys, a they run out. ARLABRONA crusbashwit we're huge. It's reallycool, to see them, unfortunately, d wagers out, but UH.

He was still at the grain, the game, soit was. It was pretty cool to see the Morn pers and an then the game was veryinteresting, hatwer down by fourteen or so at halftime, maybefifteen. Sixteen Danny Gran for the spurs actually hed a hit. A half coursshot up. The buzz on half tie, so hat was pretty crazy and then the third quarter, te Hat haycout file,O Bron. The bron was just splashing from everywhere to hate out SCOLthesporse, thirty, nine o twelve ind. The third quarter. La Bron was justtaken over big Mikey Miller. Big Three points, specially f: He wenth six fromsix for the night, so it was pretty something AmericanAirlines arena was. It was rocking Labron drop, thirty three for the nighttennessest it was, it was pump full stadium, ovosle, pretty prom mid me hturn back around those Di those days, so I was pretty pretty crazy and spretty cool involved on the cooand stuff as well, which I think added toit, but yeah it was. It was pretty late to see probably oneof my favorite sports en a all the time. Definitely my favorite basketballall,the Bron Ur in person and the way he played to her really really camein. Hewas he was unreal that night, so he can't bat it for me II, an bive, an oddone. Nothing too, I mean crazy, maybe not finals or anything just a regularseason game, but forme is pretty special in theperformance hat. The boyspan was pretty crazy, an e not wining by twenty two orsomething and after being down at a half time, so good game O, be too I've gone to tworipper N B Games, but tyear. The first one first in take takes the cake for me,so yeah Congraton, the big fifty episodesMat, hope you hope you're doing well, thanks for listening, everyone keep giving you our attention to thepodcasses prodution cally content every week. So thank Cork and hopeful I'llsee you soin for another episode, but this is paynot signed out thanks for that one panot very kind tofyou mad, I didn't formally introduce you was Alexander than well, but Ididn't feel like do paynuts what you know and as isn't it, but thanks forthose calm words. Next up we've got Tom Mor mols hesappeared. In one episode heappeared in an episode with Brownie, where we talked about Um sportingevents. We wish we were alive to see so, let's Hea, what MOS is. Writing ishis number one sporting moment. I Cal Congraton, the fiftieth a asideman, things having me back on the show. My favorite sspoiting moment of alltime would have to be the two thousand and eighteen finel between Melbourneand Hawthorn. I had the flu weight before so I couldn't go to the gameagainst to long but lukely. They got the win over the cats and I was able towatch theme live in a finel for the first time against halks the Wak latermy favorite individual moment from that game would have to be. It was early inthe fourth quarter. The howks were kind on Mouang a bit of a comback, but thenJakie Milksham roves one off the pack and kicks it on his left on about fortyfive meters out to kind of steady, the ship a little bit and the days a HianHois Dartto that she is Haningbeon again call and Cape out the good worknight. Thanks for that MAS and to bring ushome, we've got our most recent guest tin. He appeared on the PJ championship segment of episode. Forty Eight, wherewe reviewed the resent golf torment, and that is one and only appearance,but I'm sure there'll be more to comed. So, let's see what Vin has to say, theevent that stood out for me was the twenty fifteen Wolk Cup, where StrainiAbit, New Zealand and watching Mittark tear through theirattack was awesome to say that that deafening sound around the NCJ. When midstack took out,mccullan's stump was awesome to watch and the way thad the Yozzis wellmasually got through the bannyningsnot collapsing. The same did a couple times but got through theWEL Cup, so s orsome to se the mhen and to bet the G as well as Olso. Thanks for that one Finn, it's the boyswe're back here again. We don't have much to say this time we're just doingat quickly Ottro. I thought it would be nice, for you know the usual twosuspects to Roundolf this fiftieth episodes special. I might lie at thispoint, we're recording this on the Thursday I haven'aded Thi pog Gos. Sothis could have been a twenty minute episode. It could have eade two hours.I actually don't know how long it is once I get onhe videos together, but Iappreciate every single one I the guest for sending in their videos muchappreciated and also thanks for them for appearing on the show Um Yeah. Onceagain, as I said in the introust, a huge thing to everyone, who's helped meout with this: I'm really enjoying it. It's one of like my favorite projects.I've ever done ever so much fun, love talking about sport, but in saying thiswe've made a big Hoha about this. Fifty we all raised it about once again butum. If tit doesn't finish here, we've...

...got episodes planned. I don't know frommonths on end, so we're going to keep producing contents free aweek. U forthe suficiable future and yeah thanks once again P it forjoining me today. I know we. We only had a bit of a short gig today. Didn'twe not our usual hour of talking rubbish, but I I didn't mind it just a little quick ouintra out o follow by Fort Session, but U'm. I appreciate everything you've done forthe pot guss. I appreciate what everyone's done for the potcast and, ifyou've Gote to this point. Congratulations, it's very impressive!That you've listened this far and yeah Um looking forward to the next difty.Hopefully Um. You know we don't lose concentration. Sometimes, when youraise the bat you got to be carried away with yourself, you're happy thatthere's going to be a fiftyoll Mie Cricket, Um and then all of a sudden,you're aftter. Fifty four and you face two hundred bulls and you've flet thetan down. Let's try and push on, let's take this's a big one. Let's make itcount, we don't want any sprays from dunk and bull e as e used to spray lockfor getting out. You know between thirty and sixty. So let's make thisone count: Let's not be English cricketeds and let's turn up baby. I'mlooking forward to this next fifty and I'm looking forward to you know feelingmore pobcast for you guys to listen to and Pto be a partof M, but yeah. Let'sgo play some Fort Sayyou guys cheers met.

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