Malo and welcome to Season 4 Episode 46 of Breakfast Bites, by TeivovoSports.com – a wrap of Pasifika Peoples sports on a beautiful Thursday morning 16 February 2023, coming to you from paradise on the 180th meridian in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!
Talofa, Ma’lelei’i, Bula and welcome to Season 4 Episode 46 of Breakfast Bites, by TeivovoSports.com – a wrap of Pasifika Peoples sports on a beautiful Thursday morning 16 February 2023, coming to you from paradise on the 180th meridian in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!
Managing Director Donny Yee said that a portion of the sale of every Fijian Drua Kava Pack will go towards supporting the Fijian Drua and also supporting local Fijian Farmers”.
In rugby league – the clock is ticking as 29 year old Mitch Moses tries to make a contract decision in the tug-of-war between Parramatta and Wests Tigers. Crunch the numbers and the Wests Tigers offer ends up being a A$6.5Million deal over five years compared to the Eels offer of A$4.4M over four.
In football – the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 first leg results: AC Milan 1-0 Tottenham and PSG 0-1 Bayern Munich. Today Club Brugge vs Benfica and Borussia Dortmund vs Chelsea.
In boxing – the Gypsy King has absolutely zero interest in talking about, let alone trying to fight Anthony Joshua. Tyson Fury told local media recently that after chasing AJ for five years since 2017 for a fight he has given up, saying: “He is dead as far as I am concerned.”
In the NBA – Six time NBA Champion Micheal Jordan is celebrating his 60th birthday this Saturday by making a US$10Million donation to the “Make-A-Wish Foundation” for children suffering from cancer.
It will be the largest donation ever received from an individual in the organisation’s’ 43-year history. Jordan first supported “Make-A-Wish” in 1989.
In the NFL – the most searched Google term in the US during Super Bowl LVII was reportedly “Is Rihanna pregnant?”
Rihanna performed in Apple Music’s Super Bowl Halftime show, which averaged 118.7 million viewers.
In the AFL – get this, while they may wear really tight shorts, which is why many young Pacific Island boys don’t play AFL footy, the AFL released its Total Player Payment for 2022 yesterday, revealing the average wage across the 659 contracted AFL players had jumped to A$406,000.
Much higher than rugby or league boys so come on get those tight shorts on.
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