18-10-2022 Breakfast Bites Podcast S03E18 #TeivovoSports #TeivovoDigital #TeivovoRugby #TeivovoLeague




Malo  and welcome to Season 3 Episode 18 of Breakfast Bites, by  TeivovoSports.com – a wrap of Pasifika Peoples sports on this beautiful  Tuesday morning 18 October 2022, coming to you from paradise on the  180th meridian in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!

In  rugby – after their sensational last play of the game 21-17 win with  just a minute to go over South Africa at the Women’s Rugby World Cup on  Sunday, Team Fijiana are resting up ahead of their next must-win game  against France to qualify for the quarter finals. Wanna bet?

In rugby league – Lebanon stunned the Kiwis with a try inside the opening minute of their RLWC game yesterday in England, before the  Kiwis Fullback, Joey Manu stole the show, scoring a try, setting  another one up and burning the opposing defence with his powerful  running to help the Kiwis to a 34-12 win.

Meanwhile  England’s Rugby League World Cup game against Toa Samoa at Newcastle  United’s iconic St James Park, broadcast live on BBC1 in the UK on  Saturday, drew a massive television audience which peaked at 1.8million  viewers.

Great exposure for Samoa.

In the NBA – The Lakers LeBron James sits atop the Forbeshighest-paid NBA player list with pretax earnings of US$124.5Million – US$80M of that earned off the court.

Steph Curry is second, earning US$48.1M on the court. Add his off-court income and Curry’s earnings total hits US$95.1M.

In third place – Kevin Durant on US$88Million, Giannis Antetokounmpo on US$86.5M and Russell Westbrookon US$82.1M in fifth spot.

From  6th to 10th spot on the Forbes list of the Top Ten highest paid NBA  players is Klay Thompson and Damian Lillard both on US$60.6Million, then  James Harden on US$53M, Paul George on US$51M and Jimmy Butler 10th on  US$49.7M.

In football – BREAKING  NEWS: Manchester United star, Mason Greenwood has been remanded in  custody after a district judge found that he breached bail conditions  over allegations of attempted rape and other offences.

The 21-year-old, who stood in the dock yesterday, has been ordered to appear in Manchester Crown Court on 21 November.

In boxing – Deontay Wilder returned to winning ways, knocking Robert Helenius out in the first round with a thunderous right hand.

Helenius  didn’t just go down, he stayed down with his eyes staring up into the  rafters. It was a solid reminder that ‘The Bronze Bomber’ is back. So  who is next?

The Cossack Warrior Oleksandr Usyk or tough Londoner Joe Joyce?

For  TeivovoSports.com I’m Culden Kamea – Mahalo, vina’a and thank you –  please hit the subscribe button below if you would like to receive more  Pasifika sports highlights on Breakfast Bites. And tank you all too mas  for all your love and support.

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