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Hamish McKay


After starting his career commentating local rugby in Palmerston North, Hamish McKay went on to become one of New Zealand's best-known sports broadcasters. The longtime TV3 sports anchor commentated over 70 rugby test matches, including TV3’s coverage of the 2007 and 2011 World Cups. He also presented on travel series Time of Your Life, and was a repeat victim on Pulp Sport. McKay left TV3 in April 2016.

I depart in my 10th year in the sports anchor chair at TV3. That's more than nine years of the just over 26 years TV3 has been on air. A bloody good innings that started nearly quarter of a century ago with an old brick cellphone covering Saturday afternoon sport in the Manawatu Hamish McKay on leaving TV3, Stuff website, 15 April 2016