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Mornings with David Morrow, Tiffany Cherry and Tony Leonard

9:00am-12:00pm

Contact: mornings@sportsradio.com.au

 

David Morrow

With an OAM for services to sport, broadcasting and the community, David is one Australia’s best known and respected sports commentators.

He has worked in radio and TV for over 40 years, covering a range of sports including cricket, rugby league, the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games.

David has a pivotal commentary role in the Continuous Call Team, making his Big Bash League debut in 2017/2018 for Macquarie Radio’s Summer of Cricket.

Tiffany Cherry

The AFL’s first female boundary rider on Fox Footy, Tiff (pictured above) originally began her radio career at 3AW two decades ago and returned to 3AW Football in 2015.

A co-host of Foxtel’s 2010 Winter Olympic Games broadcast in Vancouver, she has also presented the Commonwealth Games, Summer Olympics and hosted weeknight sports on Sky News.

Tiff set up Melbourne’s ESPN bureau and presented as a sports anchor in the US, as well as for CNN.

She represented Australia at the 1999 World Triathlon Championships in Canada and is a qualified physiotherapist.

 

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