Widespread footy commentator Daisy Pearce is reportedly set to go away her common Friday evening position with Channel 7.
The AFLW nice is making the change as her life continues to undergo a sequence of massive modifications after asserting her soccer retirement final month.
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The Age reviews Pearce is shifting to a place as Seven’s Thursday evening professional commentator as one in every of a number of strikes throughout the free to air community.
Pearce was final 12 months promoted to the prime time Friday slot on the expense of Wayne Carey, who was bumped to Saturdays.
Nonetheless, the 34-year-old’s transfer to change into an assistant coach of Geelong’s AFL males’s crew means she will be able to not make the Friday timeslot work.
The Age reviews Pearce’s transfer to Thursday’s is a part of a recreation of musical chairs at Seven with well-liked sideline reporter Matthew Richardson promoted to the place of professional commentator. He’ll name Friday evening matches alongside Brian Taylor, James Brayshaw and Luke Hodge.
Former AFLW participant Abbey Holmes is anticipated to take up the vacant sideline position.
Seven’s Saturday evening crew will reportedly embrace Hamish McLachlan, Luke Darcy and a rotation of former payers, together with Jobe Watson and Jimmy Bartel.
Carey was famously not supplied a contract by Channel 7 for the 2023 season within the wake of his white powder scandal the place he was additionally reduce free by Triple M.
Taylor can even name Seven’s Sunday matches the place he’ll function alongside a rotation of former gamers, together with Shaun Burgoyne.
All 9 matches of each spherical of the 2023 season will stay reside on Fox Footy.
The Foxtel community has responded to the departure of Saints legend Nick Riewoldt with one other star-studded crew for 2023.
Fox’s crew will embrace Garry Lyon Nathan Buckley, Jonathan Brown, Anthony Hudson, Dwayne Russell, Mark Howard, Kelli Underwood, Adam Papalia, Jason Dunstall, Gerard Healy, David King, Jordan Lewis, Nick Dal Santo, Mark Ricciuto, Matthew Pavlich, Brad Johnson and Cameron Mooney.
Channel 7 has informed information.com.au its line-up for the 2023 season shall be formally introduced shortly.