Our ambassador, Sarah Jones 

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Sarah Jones is a highly respected and popular TV host with over two decades of experience in the industry. She is known for her trailblazing role as the first female to host an AFL match on television and the first female to host a final, paving the way for women in sport.

Sarah joined FOXTEL in 2001 and has since covered a range of major sporting events, including The Ashes, Melbourne Cups, World Swimming Championships, and The Commonwealth Games. She was a key part of FOXTEL’s Vancouver Winter Olympics team and a prime-time host for the Logie-winning London Olympics coverage, which she counts as a career highlight.

As a lifelong football lover and the granddaughter of Essendon legend Jack Jones, Sarah speaks passionately about the game. She is one of FOX Footy’s much loved hosts, spearheading Thursday night football and presenting blockbuster games across the weekend.

Known for her astute interviewing skills, Sarah regularly chats with the biggest stars in the game. She has hosted numerous AFL finals, Anzac Days, and Queens Birthday marquee matches for FOX Footy.

Sarah was part of ICC Coverage for the Women’s T20 World Cup in 2020, hosting games that were broadcast into millions of homes around the world and has covered England’s Ashes tours of Australia.

FOX Footy rely on Sarah to host their broadcasted major events and awards nights including the AFL Hall of Fame, All Australian and MVP awards. In addition to her sports broadcasting prowess Sarah is a sort after MC, regularly hosting corporate events for the likes of ANZ, Victoria Chamber of Commerce, and the RACV to name a few.

Sarah first hosted Netball for FOX Sports in 2014 and has hosted international broadcasts featuring the Australian Diamonds.

 About Vision Australia 

Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. We work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.

We support more than 25,500 people of all ages and life stages, and circumstances. We do this through 35 Vision Australia centres in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia; and through outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.

We are a not-for-profit organisation and a major participant and partner in the international blindness community.

You can read more about Vision Australia on the website here.