Podcast #17 – Football, Hockey and the spirit of The Olympic Games

Podcast #17 – Football, Hockey and the spirit of The Olympic Games

Welcome back to another podcast. In this episode of the show we reflect on the A-league season has past and the successful partnership of Diego Castor and Andy Keogh at the Perth Glory. We then turn our attention to the

Jones Turns to Football

Eddie Jones will be heading down under next month with his Grand Slam winning England side, and will be looking to inflict defeat on his former employers. Eddie Jones has always been a coach open to new ideas and willing

Recording History

Australians love to beat England. It doesn’t matter the sport or the event it is always goo dot put one over the former Colonial masters. Last night Western Australia’s hockey team, The Thundersticks played against Great Britain, who are here

Doing Their Talking on the Court

in 2015 the National Wheelchair Basketball League Champions, the Be Active Perth Wheelcats, withdrew from the the League because Basketball Australia had broken its own constitution by admitting a new side into the League, and after he fixtures had been

The Politics of Sport Could Learn from the Sport of Politics

If sports people are to be held up as role models, then so too should our politicians and leaders of industry. Equally if our politicians are to be held accountable and expected to be transparent with how they spend tax

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