Mick, Sam and Andy return for The Front Bar: All Sports – Year in Review and Cricket Edition
The Front Bar is back! Mick Molloy, Andy Maher and Sam Pang will assume their usual positions at the bar tomorrow at 8.30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus for two weeks of everyone’s favourite sports show with The Front Bar: All Sports – Year in Review and The Front Bar: Cricket Edition.
From the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ through to the eve of an epic Summer of Cricket on Seven, no sport will be off limits when the gentlemen give their take on the year that was, look back at 2023’s most memorable sporting moments, and celebrate at the bar with some of Australia’s favourite sporting heroes tomorrow night.
This week’s show is set to be a classic, headlined by Aussie spin king, Nathan Lyon, and world class jockey Damien Oliver following his swansong Group One race on Thousand Guineas Day at Caulfield.
Then, on Thursday, 30 November, Mick, Sam and Andy will be joined by Pakistani cricket commentator and coach and one of the greatest left-arm fast bowlers of all time, Wasim Akram, ahead of the first Australia v Pakistan Test, which begins Thursday, 14 December following an epic opening week of BBL | 13, live and free on Seven.
Molloy shared his excitement about The Front Bar: All Sports – Year in Review and Cricket Edition making a grand return.
“Sport is my area of expertise, and the five couches I have gone through in the last year can attest to that,” he said.
“I’ll be doing the show with Andy Maher and Sam Pang. Let’s not forget, Sam hosted the Logies and credit to him, it’s still probably one of the most seamless uses of canned laughter in television we’ve seen in a long time.”
The Front Bar: All Sports – Year in Review
The Front Bar: Cricket Edition
8.30pm AEDT Thursdays on Channel 7 and 7plus
The Front Bar is done and dusted for another year.
Wasim Akram was a great guest. Lots of laughs with him.
The show ended with EP Adrian Brown, who also produced “The Test: Feature Length Special” that followed.
Was a great ep tonight.
That’s not the same Seven News Sydney senior journo/correspondant from about 15 years ago is it?
I wonder what he’s up to these days. Last I heard he was employed by Al Jazeera? Might be wrong.