This week on Not the Footy Show – 15 July 2009

FootballOnce again Not the Footy Show brings you a myriad of sports that you will rarely hear discussed on other sports radio shows.

We also urge you to get down to Members Equity stadium by 8pm WST to support the Perth Glory against Fulham, and to make a stand for the much needed rectangular sports stadium.

Prior to the Perth Glory’s clash with Fulham, midfielder Adriano Pellegrino joins us to tell us how pre-season is going and what it has meant to the players to have two warm up games against English Premier League opposition

Inline hockey
The Inline Hockey World Cup has just taken place and we catch up with the Chair of Australian Inline Hockey Paula Maclou to hear how Australia fared, and also how their Olympic inclusion bid is looking.

Sarah Cardwell is the daughter of former World Open Champion and 4 times British Open squash Champion, Vicki Cardwell and she has just been selected for the Australian youth team to participate in the World Junior Women’s Squash Championships in Chennai. She joins us to talk about the pressures of following a parent who is a sporting great.

Muay Thai
Eugene “Boom Boom” Ekkleboom has just defended his World Muay Thai title for the fifth time, and he joins us to tell us about his trip to Jamaica, and to talk about his fight this weekend at the Craigie Leisure Centre.

Co-Captain of the West Coast Fever Joh Curran joins us to look back on the best season so far for the Fever, and looks ahead to next year and also previews the finals of the ANZ Championship.

Olympic feature
Tonight we talk to the last two of the 7 sports that have nominated for Olympic inclusion. Be sure to hear them state their case and then vote on our poll, which is currently being won by

Squash is included in the Commonwealth Games and with a resurgence in Australia and with a number of country’s not known for Olympic medal winning excelling they feel they have a case for Olympic inclusion. Australian Institute of Sport’s head coach for Squash Byron Davis will state the case for Squash at the Olympics.

Softball has been there and is fighting for re-inclusion, tonight high performance manager and Ambassador for Oceania’s “Back Softball Program” Danielle Stewart joins us to explain why softball has a place in the Olympics.

This week on Not the Footy Show – 15 July 2009

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