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Adelaide Crows Senior Coach MATTHEW NICKS with Kane and Hayesy (17.8.22) Senior coach of the Adelaide Football Club Matthew Nicks phoned in ahead of this Saturday's showdown. Kane and Hayesy asked Nicksy about the rivalry between the two clubs, how he feels the rebuild is going, whether or not finals are on the agenda for 2023, what is happening with Fischer McAsey, Will Izak Rankine be a crow next year, and his thoughts on the Ben Rutten situation at Essendon.
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SEN SA BREAKFAST with Kane and Hayesy Full Show (17.8.22) With the rest of the football world firmly focused on Essendon and Alastair Clarkson, Kane and Hayesy looked closer to home for inspiration on today's show with the retirement of Port Adelaide champion Robbie Gray front and centre. Showdown 52 was the solid focus of today's show, with the guest line-up headlined by the senior coach of the Adelaide Crows, Matthew Nicks. Showdown 20 medal winner Dean Brogan also joined the boys to discuss his favourite showdown moment. Michelangelo Rucci asked who would take over the number 9 at Port Adelaide in 2023. Other topics included Port Adelaide's Mount Rushmore, who is most likely to bring back the biff on Saturday night and has David Koch run his race as Port Adelaide Chairman.
SHOWDOWN MEMORIES: Showdown 20 medalist Dean Brogan with Kane and Hayesy (17.08.22) Former Port Adelaide and GWS ruckman Dean Brogan joined Kane and Hayesy on Showdown week to talk about the Port v Crows rivalry and what it meant to him. "Puppies" spoke about his favorite Showdown memory, his love for Robbie Gray, the work of Jeremy Finlayson, and who he would have on Port Adelaide's Mount Rushmore.
MICHELANGELO RUCCI with Kane and Hayesy (17.8.22) Adelaide's sports guru Michelangelo Rucci asks whether or not Alastair Clarkson has bought another house at Henley Beach after it was revealed he was in Adelaide for a couple of days. On a serious note, Rooch asks who will take Robbie Gray's number 9 at Port Adelaide next season, and looks at who could be Port Adelaide's next president.
Who starts the biff? Kane and Hayesy look at the likely suspects if SHOWDOWN 52 gets heated (17.8.22) With the build-up to the season-ending SHOWDOWN heating up, Kane and Hayesy look at who the most likely suspects are to start a spot fire or two during the game.
Clarkson, Gray, Showdown: Kane and Hayesy CHEW THE FAT (17.8.22) Kane Cornes and Andrew Hayes chew the fat to start Wednesday. Hayesy says Alastair Clarkson is in Adelaide today and explains why. The boys talk about Robbie Gray as not only a champion of the Port Adelaide Football Club but one of the SEN Breakfast originals, and Kane talks about the big build-up to this Saturday night's Showdown.
Adelaide Crows Senior Coach MATTHEW NICKS with Kane and Hayesy (17.8.22) Senior coach of the Adelaide Football Club Matthew Nicks phoned in ahead of this Saturday's showdown. Kane and Hayesy asked Nicksy about the rivalry between the two clubs, how he feels the rebuild is going, whether or not finals are on the agenda for 2023, what is happening with Fischer McAsey, Will Izak Rankine be a crow next year, and his thoughts on the Ben Rutten situation at Essendon.
AFL Footy Chat: FOOTY SHORTS with Kane and Hayesy (17.8.22) Five clubs were fined for breaching COVID rules, Shane Edwards and Robbie Gray officially announced their retirements, and Zaine Cordy is free to play this week for the Bulldogs after the tribunal ruled he had no case to answer.
Kane and Hayesy on DAVID KOCH. Is it time for a change? (17.8.22) The Wednesday Talking Point with Kane and Hayesy centres on David Koch's tenure as Chairperson at Port Adelaide. Kane asks if it is time for Kochie to move on, or for the Port Adelaide board to start looking at succession planning if they haven't already.
Kane and Hayesy with the Wednesday SPORTS UPDATE (17.8.22) The NRL Grand Final looks set to head north, a legendary cricket commentator hangs up the mic, Adelaide City and Adelaide United to do battle in Australia Cup clash, and Liz Cambage'sWNBA career is all but over.
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