ACT Brumbies' Clyde Rathbone celebrates with teammate Joe Tomane (AAP Image/Lukas Coch)

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Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay are joined by fellow Roar Expert Cam Rose in a Victorian-flavoured episode of The Cheap Seats Podcast.

Despite having two thirds of the Taylor Swift Appreciation Society in his midst, Brett does his best to keep things on the straight and narrow, and well away from pop music.

Episode 7 talking points:
• Cam’s thoughts on why the AFL top four is essentially set, and the rise and rise of the Gold Coast Suns;
• Australia’s start to the forgettable ICC Champions Trophy, and Australia A’s thumping of Scotland;
• The continued fallout from State of Origin’s biff, and the Victorian perspective;
• The latest on the British and Irish Lions Tour;
• And everyone’s favourite segment, the Splash and Dash, this week featuring Craig Gower and Clyde Rathbone.

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Stay cheap peeps.

Cheap Seats Podcast: episode seven

Pretty Shady was established in NSW in 2013. Our aim is to stop skin cancer, one summer at a time.

Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Stopping sun damage can stop 95% of melanomas, the deadliest form of skin cancer. We believe our generation can make a difference and lives can be saved with #prettyshady.
The Roar's sports CEO series has kicked off again. First up is Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop, addressing the game's need to be direct and honest with the fans. Read the article here.
Ryan is an ex-representative basketballer who shot too much, and a (very) medium pace bowler. He's been with The Roar as an expert since February 2011, has written for the Seven Network, and been a regular on ABC radio. Ryan tweets from @RyanOak.