Matty Johns - Lovable Larrikin & Footy Legend
Hailing from Cessnock, Matty is famous for his playing days with the Newcastle Knights and was part of the winning squad in the 1995 Rugby League World Cup.
Since his retirement from NRL, Matty Johns has remained a Sydney favourite with his very own The Matty Johns Show on Fox Sports.
Gus Worland - World's Biggest Sports Fan
Gus is a father of three, married to a Pommy girl, and is arguably Australia's biggest sports fan. The bloke's a bit soft, he has never had a fight in his life and cries when he steps on an ant - but we love him anyway. Through his recent ABC TV series Man Up - Gus has been on a mission to find out what it really means to be a man today and how the average Aussie bloke is actually faring.
A self-confessed yo-yo dieter, earlier this year, Gus released a best-selling book: How to Lose a Few Kegs (Without Busting a Gut).
In 2015, Gus embarked on a journey to shed at least 40kgs in a Foxtel mini-series The Marathon Man, which covered his weight-loss experience and completing the New York Marathon.
Mark Geyer - Former League Bad Boy & The Heart Of Penrith
MG has listened to Triple M since Doug Mulray ruled and is still a fanatical follower of the M's. Our resident rugby league icon (he's played for the Panthers, NSW and Australia), NRL's bad boy turned family man loves life like you wouldn’t believe.
Emma Freedman - Australian Racing Royalty
After helping out as a roving reporter during the Olympics and filling in when one of the boys chucked a sickie, Emma was just too good. We couldn't let her leave.
Emma is the Grill Team's go to on anything the boys don't know (so quite a bit) about sport, events and entertainment.
Chris 'Pagey' Page - The Unsung Hero
Pagey is the unsung hero of the Grill Team. A radio veteran, but still as loose as the rest of the team.
Always ready with a killer one-liner Pagey keeps the show on track. Pagey is also now on your TV too, joining 'The Professor's Second Year Syndrome' on Fox Sports.