Sport WATCH: Slats' classic save after awkward moment

19:52  12 february  2018
19:52  12 february  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Former cricketer Michael Slater pulled off a classic save after a bit of an awkward moment at the Allan Border Medal awards night.

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Former cricketer Michael Slater pulled off a classic save after a bit of an awkward moment at the Allan Border Medal awards night.

Slater was awarding Georgia Redmayne the Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year award when he made the gaffe.

The Nine cricket commentator politely kissed Redmayne on the cheek to congratulate her on the achievement, and then as the music turned down he looked at the award and said, "give you a kiss...how does that feel?"

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Giggles from the audience got louder, prompting Slater to quickly realise his the unfortunate phrasing and appeared embarrassed by the misunderstanding.

"Sorry about that," he said, before quickly getting back on track with the interview.

Redmayne looked equally red-faced, but took the moment in good humour.

"It's a really exciting time to be in women's sport," Redmayne went on to say in her acceptance speech.

"I just feel like I'm so fortunate to play and hopefully have a big future ahead."

To avoid another mishap, Slater ended the interview with a friendly handshake.

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