Bernie Vince will join Andrew Jarman ‘Jars’ on Triple M’s Adelaide’s The Rush Hour in 2020.

Retiring from professional footy in 2018, Bernie joined Triple M earlier this year as part of the footy commentary team and has also regularly been heard on Adelaide’s Dead Set Legends.

“Triple M Adelaide is where it all started for me and I’m super excited to be able to officially return and share my views with the Triple M family every day,” Bernie said.

“Although Jars can be very unpredictable, in fact extremely unpredictable, I’ve loved working with him this year. Get ready to expect plenty of laughs and big opinions, but more importantly I can’t wait to hear from you, the Triple M family!”

Both former football superstars from different generations of course, Bernie and Jars have a bit in common and it’s likely there’ll be a few things they disagree on too!   Together they will deliver an entertaining, sports driven show each weekday from the new time of 5.30pm.

Jars said: “We welcome Bernie Vince to the Rush Hour family. We only require three things of him. He must be handsome, have straight teeth and never been caught for stealing. Our boy returns home!”

The Rush Hour with Bernie and Jars will follow Kennedy Molloy who are also back in 2020 – now live into Adelaide at the new time of 3.30pm weekdays.

Tune into The Rush Hour with Bernie and Jars from 20th January on 104.7 Triple M Adelaide.

Some of Bernie’s best bits from 2019 below:

Bernie Vince montage:

Bernie story on Tex Walker staying over:

Bernie’s Beef on AFL fan behaviour crackdown:

Bernie’s Beef – Craft Beer and AFL Grand Final:

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