21-10-2022 Breakfast Bites Podcast S03E21 #TeivovoSports #TeivovoDigital #TeivovoRugby #TeivovoLeague




Malo  and welcome to Season 3 Episode 21 of Breakfast Bites, by  TeivovoSports.com – a wrap of Pasifika Peoples sports on this wet but  warm Friday morning 21 October 2022, coming to you from paradise on the  180th meridian in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!

In  rugby – this weekend sees the third round of the Women’s RWC in  Whangarei: Australia plays Wales, New Zealand is up against Scotland and  Fiji tackle France. On Sunday in Waitekere Stadium in Auckland sees  Japan versus Italy, Canada faces arch rival USA and England against  South Africa.

In rugby league – Papua  New Guinea Kumuls Captain and Back Rower, Rhyse Martin, has been named  in the RLWC Team of the Week for Round One, after his outstanding game  for the PNG Kumuls against Mate Ma’a Tonga. Martin also equaled the world  record for successive goal kicks, landing his 41st without missing.

And the  Rugby League World Cup is on track to be the best-attended in history. A  crowd of almost 45,000 fans watched England beat Samoa at St James’  Park in the opening game and they are targeting 458,483 tickets sold for  the 2013 RLWC, which remains the all-time record.

The Women’s EURO 2022 Championships sold 571,000 tickets.

In football – going, going . . . Cristiano Ronaldo has been sensationally dropped by Man U boss Erik10 for  their big clash against Chelsea up next, after he stormed down the  tunnel during their game against Tottenham on Wednesday after another  bizarre outburst.

In  boxing – “She’s stepped down? Has she?” That was almost as brief as  Tyson Fury’s retirement that one. Congratulations on becoming the Prime  Minister of the United Kingdom, excellent result, and I wish her nothing  but the best of luck in the future,” Tyson Fury on Liz Truss resigning.

Only in America – US  College football Head Coaches are enjoying an unprecedented spike in  salaries thanks to a flurry of coaching changes, expensive media deals  and rich win-incentives.

For example, the University of Alabama head honcho, Nick Saban is on US$11Million a year, including US$825,000 in bonuses.

Meanwhile back at the University of the South Pacific? Their VC has to live in another country.

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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