Off The Bench TV is hosted by former AFL superstar Wayne Schwass, with fellow AFL legend Tim Watson and AFL media identity Ros Lanigan.
Born in New Zealand, Wayne Schwass moved to Warrnambool in Victoria at the age of 10, where he began playing Australian Rules before being recruited by VFL club Kangaroos.
During his 14-year career Wayne won three Club Best & Fairest awards, was an All Australian, 3 x State Representative, 1996 Premiership player, 1995 Night Premiership Player, Morrish Medallist (VFL U/19 Best & Fairest), AFL Life Membership and North Melbourne Life Membership.
Wayne retired from AFL football in June 2002.
Tim Watson is a three-time premiership superstar from Essendon, and is the third-youngest player to ever play in the AFL.
He is one of the best ever players to play at the Bombers and captained the club for three seasons.
He is now a prominent sports journalist and media personality, featuring on both Channel 7 and Melbourne sports radio station SEN.
Chief football writer for The Weekly Times, Australia’s biggest regional newspaper, Ros has been an integral part of Off The Bench TV since inception in 2009.Each week Ros comes loaded with all the latest hard-hitting issues in bush footy.
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