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The Devlin Radio Show

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September 25, 2020 7 min
Martin Devlin chats to Team New Zealand grinder Andy Maloney, about where the team is at only a few months out from the start of the Americas Cup pre-regattas in December. 
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Martin Devlin chats to former Black Caps opening batsman and coach John Wright, about some of his memories of playing against the late Dean Jones, who passed awaty earlier in the week. 
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Martin Devlin chats to NZRU CEO Mark Robinson, about the situation surrounding the Rugby Championship schedule and what NZ Rugby's desired outcome is at the conclusion of this. 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Saturday 26th September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's, Sunday's and Monday's compacted into a podcast for Monday 21st September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Sunday 20th September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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Athletes hoping to compete at the next summer Olympics still have 10 months of waiting to go. 
The Games are scheduled for the end of July next year, delayed by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 
For BMX rider Sarah Walker, she was hoping to make her third Olympics after missing out on Rio, while Black Sticks player Rachel McCann had been hoping to make it to her first. 
Instead, the pair have now gone months without playing. For W...
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Taranaki 23Canterbury 22
The Ranfurly Shield is heading north.
As they did in 2017, Taranaki have snatched the Log o' Wood from Canterbury in Christchurch, with a late Jordie Barrett penalty sealing a 23-22 win.
While Barrett's late heroics sealed the win, it was Lachlan Boshier who was the difference-maker. Taranaki's openside flanker lived up to his billing as a menace at the breakdown, winning plenty of extra possession...
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After his four-over par opening round at the US Open, yesterday Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox was hopeful he had just played his worst round of the tournament.
"Everyone's going to have a bad day around here at some point and hopefully that was me today," he said.
It wasn't.
He told Martin Devlin it's the hardest golf course he's ever played, and he got a bit spooked by it.
“We had some pretty goods shots coming down the...
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Martin Devlin chats to former Black Cap and now cricket commentator Simon Doull, who's in Dubai for this years IPL - which is going ahead under strict Covid protocols. 
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Martin Devlin chats to former Wallabies great John Eales, ahead of the final of Super Rugby Australia as well as a Rugby Championship in Australia to look forward to. 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm on Newstalk ZB, compacted into a podcast for Saturday 19th September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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The DRS, with Elliott Smith standing in for Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Monday nights between 7pm and 8pm, compacted into a podcast for Monday 14th September. 
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Martin Devlin chats to Brian Clark out of US Open Tennis radio, celebrating Naomi Osaka's 3rd Grand Slam win, and her 2nd US, as well as reflecting on the tournament as a whole, the first since Covid 19 struck. 
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Martin Devlin chats to Julian Dean, the New Zealand former Tour De France rider who's now part of one of the teams cycling support staff, on what its been like being part of the 2020 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Saturday's and Sunday's on Newstalk ZB from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Sunday 13th September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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The Rugby Championship could be forced to go ahead without the world's best team.
Sanzaar revealed earlier this week that Australia will host the tournament, which will begin in early November. However, the announcement soon became the source of fresh doubt over whether or not the Springboks would be ready to compete.
Springboks coach Jacques Nienaber recently suggested their players needed at least six weeks of football to get i...
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Martin Devlin chats to Fred De Jong, the former All White who was part of the last side that played England in an international match, back in 1991 when they came here on a two match tour. 
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The DRS, with Martin Devlin on Newstalk ZB on Saturday's and Sunday's from 12pm until 3pm, compacted into a podcast for Saturday 12th September. Brought to you by Access Solutions. 
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Tense negotiations to bring the Rugby Championship to New Zealand were harpooned by the Government's unwillingness to negotiate — with officials making only one concession in almost three months.
This, and not "Sanzaar politics" as suggested by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, led to Australia being awarded the hosting rights to the tournament, says New Zealand Rugby chairman Brent Impey.
"This came down to the quaranti...
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