Is Mat Rogers the next Australian Survivor?
For the first time in Australian Survivor history, 12 regular Aussies, the Contenders, will take on a challenge of David and Goliath proportions when they tackle 12 giants of Australian society, the Champions, in a battle for $500,000.
— Australian Survivor (@Survivor_AU) June 23, 2018
Mat Rogers originally made his mark on rugby league as a standout player for the Cronulla Sharks for six years. After success representing Queensland and Australia, Mat changed codes to Rugby Union in 2001 where he went on to represent Australia with the Wallabies in 45 test matches. In 2007, Mat returned to league to play for the new Gold Coast Titans before retiring from sport in 2011. Mat now devotes his time to another passion – raising money and awareness for children with autism via his foundation, 4 ASD.
He joined Mark Levy and Mark Riddell for a chat on Macquarie Sports Radio Breakfast
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We’re already excited to see who will outwit, outplay and outlast them all to become the sole survivor.
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