Ryan Phelan

Australia - NSW

Ryan Phelan is one of Australia's most acknowledged and respected media personalities.

He's currently the Seven Network sports presenter and has previously hosted Fox Sports NRL coverage.

Through an accomplished career in the media Ryan has made rapid progress through the ranks to be at the forefront of his industry.

He has also hosted Network Ten's Sports Tonight, ESPN Sports Centre and Sky Radio's Big Sports Breakfast.

As a Master of Ceremonies, Television/Audio Visual presenter or corporate host, Ryan brings a multitude of warmth, personality and experience to the role that delivers results.

Ryan has hosted many corporate functions such as the Sports Australia Hall of Fame, State of Origin, Bledisloe Cup, AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup, Australian Grand Prix and the North Queensland Cowboys presentation ball to name a few.


Thankyou for all your help in ensuring our presentation was a successful night - we've had loads of great feedback saying it was one of the best and an enormous amount of that credit goes to you for keeping the night flowing so well and not to mention fun also! It's been great having the opportunity to have more control over our events and seemingly, from yours and other people's feedback it's paid off.
- Event Manager, Cowboys

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