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Our panellists 

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Join our MC, Nina Stevens from Channel 7, alongside our sporting stars as they share their favourite sporting memories.

Nina is currently a journalist and producer for Channel 7 News in Sydney. 

With more than 20 years experience, she has specialised in delivering news live on air, hosting interviews and delving into a broad spectrum of topics including legal affairs, crime, sport, politics, business and entertainment.

A sports fan, Nina's interests include cricket, netball and AFL.

Nina Stevens - Channel 7


Todd Greenberg - NRL CEO

Todd Greenberg - NRL CEO

Todd Greenberg is regarded as one of the most accomplished sports administrators in

He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the National Rugby League (NRL), together
with being a director of the Rugby League International Federation and a director of
Touch Football Australia.

Todd was promoted to CEO in March 2016, having been the NRL’s Head of Football for
the previous three years.

Prior to his time at the NRL, Todd held several distinguished roles, including six years as
CEO of the Canterbury‐Bankstown Bulldogs and seven years as General Manager of
Commercial Operations at ANZ Stadium – one of the premier stadiums in Australia and
home of the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

Todd leads a senior executive team at the NRL who are responsible for delivering one of
the most watched and talked about sports in Australia daily, with one of the largest
participation footprints of any major sporting code in the country.

Among other achievements, Todd has been a passionate Australia Day ambassador since
2010 and is a New South Wales Sports Administrator of the Year recipient.


Damien Martyn - Former Australian Cricketer

Damien Martyn - Former Australian Cricketer

Damien Richard Martyn is a former Australian cricketer, who played Tests and ODIs.

Damien played for the national team sporadically in 1992–1994 before becoming a regular ODI player in 1999–2000 and a regular Test player in 2001, until his retirement in late 2006.

He was primarily a right-handed middle-order batsman with a 'classical' technique, known in particular for his elegant stroke making square of the wicket on the off-side and through the covers.

He was named man of the series in the Border Gavaskar Trophy in 2004, to help Australia defeat India on the subcontinent for the first time in more than 30 years, and was named in early 2005 as the Australian Test player of the Year at the annual Allan Border Medal presentation.

Damien announced his retirement from all international and domestic cricket in December 2006. He averaged 46.38 in the 67 Tests he played for Australia with a highest score of 165. He also played 208 One Day Internationals for Australia.



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