Ray "Rabbits" Warren OAM (born 11 June 1943) is an Australian sports commentator, known for his coverage of televised professional rugby league matches and to an extent swimming on the Nine Network. On occasions he is referred to as "The Voice of Rugby League". Ray also used to call Australian swimming team events and the FINA World Championships until Nine lost the rights to these events in 2008 and has recently participated in Nine's coverage of the London Olympics. On Saturday mornings, he is a member of the panel on Triple M Sydney's radio Saturday morning sports program Dead Set Legends. Warren also writes columns for sports website The Serve. Ray's nickname is "Rabbits", as in a rabbit's warren. He inspired the smash hit Christmas single 'Amazing Ray' (an appropriation of Amazing Gra

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  • Ray "Rabbits" Warren OAM (born 11 June 1943) is an Australian sports commentator, known for his coverage of televised professional rugby league matches and to an extent swimming on the Nine Network. On occasions he is referred to as "The Voice of Rugby League". Ray also used to call Australian swimming team events and the FINA World Championships until Nine lost the rights to these events in 2008 and has recently participated in Nine's coverage of the London Olympics. On Saturday mornings, he is a member of the panel on Triple M Sydney's radio Saturday morning sports program Dead Set Legends. Warren also writes columns for sports website The Serve. Ray's nickname is "Rabbits", as in a rabbit's warren. He inspired the smash hit Christmas single 'Amazing Ray' (an appropriation of Amazing Grace) which began 'Amazing Ray, how sweet the sound, that called a game of league.' It went on to reach double platinum in the Australian charts.. (en)
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  • Ray "Rabbits" Warren OAM (born 11 June 1943) is an Australian sports commentator, known for his coverage of televised professional rugby league matches and to an extent swimming on the Nine Network. On occasions he is referred to as "The Voice of Rugby League". Ray also used to call Australian swimming team events and the FINA World Championships until Nine lost the rights to these events in 2008 and has recently participated in Nine's coverage of the London Olympics. On Saturday mornings, he is a member of the panel on Triple M Sydney's radio Saturday morning sports program Dead Set Legends. Warren also writes columns for sports website The Serve. Ray's nickname is "Rabbits", as in a rabbit's warren. He inspired the smash hit Christmas single 'Amazing Ray' (an appropriation of Amazing Gra (en)
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