Sunday Sport: In case you missed it

Sunday Sport 12/08/2018
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Missed Sunday Sport with Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes? Don't worry, we've got all the best bits right here.

The Wallabies beat the All Blacks last time the two teams played

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Next weekend the All Blacks will face Australia in the first Bledisloe Cup test of 2018, but All Blacks selector Grant Fox reminds us that the Wallabies beat the All Blacks in their last game in 2017. Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes ask 'Foxy' about the Beauden Barrett v Richie Mo'unga first-five debate, and a book being released by British journalist Peter Bills that looks at Haka over-use.

Gary Stead to be the next Black Caps coach

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The Black Caps look set to announce Gary Stead as their new coach after Mike Hesson left the role in June this year. But is he the right man for the job? Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes talk with Mark Richardson, former Black Caps batsman and now host of The AM Show.

Does the money for sports funding reach the right areas in New Zealand?

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Over $120million is spent on sports funding in New Zealand annually, but does that money go to where it's most needed? Does more need to be done to help those sports that don't get enough funding? Gourdie and Kayes talk with Peter Miskimmin, Chief Executive of Sport NZ and a member of the NZ Men's Hockey team at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games.

The Panel - debating the Haka and sports funding in NZ

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Justin Morgan and Jimmy Neesham join Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes in studio to talk on the latest sporting issues. On the agenda this afternoon: do the All Blacks over-use the Haka, should there be changes to how sports are funded in New Zealand, and who are the coaches who say the funniest things in media interviews?

New Zealand & Australia competing to host 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup

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Earlier this year it was thought New Zealand and Australia would put in a joint bid to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup, but now the two nations have put in competing bids. It's understood Northland and Auckland would host games if New Zealand won the right to host the World Cup. Andrew Gourdie and Jim Kayes talk with Dr. Farah Palmer, former Black Ferns captain, on what this tournament could do for the women's game in New Zealand.

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