Grand Final Weekend Festival of Sport – Non Stop Sport Awaits

The Grand Final weekend is here, but it's not all about the Footy Finals, there's a plethora of non stop sport and we have the full list of what to follow. No R***y.

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The Grand Final Weekend is here and what a Festival of sport awaits. No sleep is required or will be accepted for this weekend. It’s a solid block, of non stop sport from the big events in Australia and all over the globe.

From Friday morning it is literally rolling sports from start to finish. For those lucky to have the Monday as public holiday in Australia, you will have deserved it. It will have been a big Great Final Weekend.

Headlining is the big Footy Grand Finals for AFL and NRL. For those who have no idea to support or don’t care, we have Neutral Guides to the AFL Grand Final day and NRL Grand Final day.

The real highlight of the Grand Final weekend is the return of Roy and Hg to commentate on both big games. After their fine work at the Olympics, we can’t wait to hear more. Here is how to find them on the day.

But it is not just Footy Grand Finals that make up this Grand Final Weekend Festival of Sport, there is premium sport every where you look, and we have the definitive list of what you need to know to settle in this weekend.

Why not have a bet too. Nothing like a responsible wager to enhance any weekend. Here is our Super Multi tips.

WIGAN to beat Hull FC (UK Super League)
SYDNEY to win AFL GF
ROOSTERS u/20 +13.5 start v Penrith
BURLEIGH to beat Illawarra in State Championship
MELBOURNE to win NRL GF
MERCEDES to score double podium in Malaysian GP
USA to win Ryder Cup

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But onto the behemoth that is the list of sports this weekend.

Take a deep breath, here is the list for the Grand Final Weekend Festival of Sport

Day Start Finish Sport / Event Channel
Friday 4:30 7:30 UK Super League SF – Warrington v St Helens 501
Friday 11:45 14:00 F1 – Malaysian GP P1 506
Friday 15:45 18:00 F1 – Malaysian GP P2 506
Friday 21:25 6:00 Cricket – Aust v S Africa 505
Friday 22:30 9:00 Golf – Ryder Cup 503
Saturday 1:00 1:40 Max Walker Interview 505
Saturday 4:30 7:00 UK Super League – Wigan v Hull 501
Saturday 4:30 6:45 EPL -Everton v Palace Optus
Saturday 9:00 19:00 AFL Grand Final Day CH7
Saturday 12:25 13:30 GP3 Race 1 506
Saturday 13:45 15:15 GP2 Race 1 506
Saturday 15:45 17:15 F1 – Malaysian GP P3 506
Saturday 19:00 21:00 F1 – Malaysian GP Qualifying 506
Saturday 21:00 12:00 Football – Everywhere except EPL BeIN Sports
Saturday 21:30 0:00 EPL – Liverpool v Swasea SBS
Saturday 22:00 9:00 Golf – Ryder Cup 503
Saturday 23:55 2:15 UK Super League – 5 Million Pound Game * 501
Saturday 23:55 2:00 EPL Saturday 3pm Fixtures Optus
Sunday 12:00 13:00 GP3 Race 2 506
Sunday 12:30 14:30 NRL – Holden Cup Final – Penrith v Roosters 501
Sunday 13:15 14:30 GP2 Race 2 506
Sunday 14:30 17:00 NRL – State Championship Final ** CH9
Sunday 17:00 20:00 F1 – Malaysian GP Race 506
Sunday 17:30 4:00 Cricket – Aust v S Africa 502
Sunday 18:15 21:00 NRL Grand Final 2016 CH9
Sunday 21:00 12:00 Football – Everywhere except EPL BeIN Sports
Sunday 21:00 3:30 EPL Sunday Fixtures Optus
Monday 2:00 8:00 Golf – Ryder Cup 503
Monday 3:00 9:30 NFL Red Zone *** ESPN 508

* a current Super League Team is relegated

** Ch9 Comm is best for State champ – no choice NRL

*** Follow all the games at the same time

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Dr Sportz – or his full name Dr Steeden Sherrin Pirelli Brosnan Sportz III – is our new regular contributor and he’s here to answer your questions relating to sport. With degrees in Sports Psychology, Sports Administration and Business, and Diploma in coaching of Rugby League, Cricket and Broomstick Putting we couldn’t have assembled a better person to answer your queries with authority. When Adam Scott nailed his Masters winning putts, Dr Sportz was the man he consulted no less than 2 weeks before. Before his involvement with Dr Sportz Mark Webber had never won a GP and looked likely that the only thing he’d win was the most creative DNF title. More recently it was he who had coaxed career best form out of Mitchell Johnson with his advice on fast bowling. Finally he was the man who introduced Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis over a discussion of cricket on a rain interrupted break at a local pub. Tip of the iceberg but still impressive those achievements. And we have him exclusive here for The Gurgler Sport.

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