Jim Delahunt

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Jim Delahunt is a Scottish sports presenter.

Early life[edit]

Delahunt was formerly a newspaper and radio reporter and rode as an amateur jockey.


Delahunt joined Setanta Sports in August 2006 after more than eight years as anchorman of STV's Scotsport, the longest running sports programme in the world.[1] Setanta Sports ceased broadcasting in June 2009.

He's now presenter of Superscoreboard on Radio Clyde and a columnist on the Scottish Sun.

Delahunt had been presenting Scotsport and all of STV's live football, and some rugby coverage since 1998 and had been a presenter on the channel since 1990.

On 17 September 2008, Delahunt returned to STV for a short period as a freelance anchor of the station's UEFA Champions League highlights shows. In 2010 he began reporting on Scottish Premier League games for ESPN. In 2010 he was announced as the new 'anchorman' of Radio Clyde's Superscoreboard football phone in programme for season 2010/2011.[2] In March 2015, Delahunt resigned from his job at Radio Clyde after being found guilty of drunk driving.[3]