Son of a gun and 2021 mark of the year contender Lachie Hunter was the special guest on another covid-impacted episode of the Barkly Street podcast this week.
While there was a sense of familiarity with Bob and Woody steering the ship (Bob from home and Woody from the VU Whitten Oval studio), there was a touch of new as the boys introduced Barkly Street’s newest sponsor, the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.
The boys also chat through the events of the week; how they’re coping in Victorian lockdown, Wood’s recovery from his ankle injury, Josh Dunkley’s quarantine predicament, Toby McLean’s ACL injury and the NBA finals.
The attention turns to Hunter when he enters the studio, with the trio discussing his recent 150th game, the rushed trip to Gold Coast, dealing with covid uncertainty, Lachie’s broken hand, that insane back-with-the-flight mark against St Kilda, and Jamarra’s second AFL game.
The boys also nominate their favourite Bulldogs player of all time to watch, after a Bulldogs Instagram post promoted a flurry of attention from the fans.
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