AUSTRALIAN journalist Megan Barnard has been covering sports for various outlets since the early 2000s.
Here's a closer look at the Fox News broadcaster.
Who is Megan Barnard?
Born on September 4, 1984, Megan Barnard is a sports journalist and reporter for Fox News in Australia.
After studying at the Queensland University of Technology, Barnard earned a Bachelor's degree in Journalism.
Following college, Barnard began working at NBN Television as a sports reporter.
In 2007, she joined Sky News Australia.
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She later moved to Fox News, where she covers sports for NRL Tonight and the Fox League's Thursday Night Football.
With over 15.3K followers on Instagram, Barnard is a popular addition to the team.
What is NRL Tonight?
The National Rugby League (NRL) is the major rugby league club competition in Australia and New Zealand.
Fox Sports News is the only 24-hour sports channel in Australia, and Barnard is seen as a regular host for NRL Tonight.
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Starting in 2016, Barnard began working on the sidelines of NRL matches and covering the latest news on Friday Night Footy.
The NRL is home to:
- Brisbane Broncos
- Canberra Raiders
- Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
- Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
- Gold Coast Titans
- Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
- Melbourne Storm
- Newcastle Knights
- New Zealand Warriors
- North Queensland Cowboys
- Parramatta Eels
- Penrith Panthers
- South Sydney Rabbitohs
- St George Illawarra Dragons
- Sydney Roosters
- Wests Tigers
The Brisbane Dolphins are set to join the league in 2023.
What is rugby?
Rugby is a form of football that originated in England during the 19th century.
Each team sends 15 players onto the field at a time, and the object of the game is to get the ball behind the opponent's try line.
In rugby, the ball can be played in hand and on the ground.
When the ball is carried in hand, the rules state it can only be thrown or handed off backward.
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