Sunday Sports Round-Up host Tony Salerno goes one-on-one with Simon Hill on:
- Australia's world cup squad
- Who will miss out?
- What success looks like for Australia?
- Who will win the World Cup
- Which countries will surprise?
Mitch Farrugia goes one-on-one with legendary swimmer Ashley Callus who talked us through the lead up to the iconic Sydney Olympics swimming relay Gold Medal and also touched on who we should look out for at the Commonwealth Games
Former Wallaby captain Stephen Moore talks his storied rugby career from the time he debuted to his captaincy. Tony Salerno also quizzes Moore on the legendary All Blacks and current Australian captain Michael Hooper. Stephen Moore talks with such passion and intensity, you won't want to stop listening
Rod Staples discusses the career of Australian umpiring great Simon Taufel, talks about DRS and making decisions under pressure as well as the work he is doing with Cricket Australia as an umpire selector.
Basketball NSW CEO Maria Nordstrom was on the line to talk to Tony Salerno about the plans for the sport in 2018. Spalding will be the official ball for basketball in NSW, the under-20s championships are on the horizon and the Ivor Burge cup will take for players with an intellectual disability. Maria also made mention of the performances of the Sydney Kings and Sydney Uni flames in the NBL and WNBL respectively