Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 03 March 2010

The Winter Olympics have come to a close, and as a spectacle they were everything one could have hoped for.

Tonight, as always, we have a show that celebrates sport and sporting achievements.

You will also have a chance to win an overnight stay at the new Bannister Suites in Fremantle, so be sure to tune in to find out how.

We will be catching up with an absolute legend from the World of Squash Carin Clonda. If ever there was an athlete who has embodied the words “never give up” Carin does. Be sure to tune in.

A-league football
Former Perth Glory defender Danny Hay was in Perth in January and so we thought it would be good to hear what he has been up to since leaving Perth for Leeds United.

WAIS Head Cycling Coach Darryl Benson will join us to talk about his charges and the fact that a record six cyclists are in the Australian senior squad.

West Coast Fever will announce their leadership group for the upcoming season tomorrow on the eve of their pre-season tournament in Sydney this weekend. One of that group will join us.

19 year old WAIS scholarship holder Rhys Mainstone just booked his place on the Australian teams for this year’s Pan Pacific Championships and July’s World Championships in Roberval, Canada when he won his first 10km Open water national swimming championship. He will share that experience with us tonight.

Rugby Union

The Emirates Western Force are off to their worst start to a season of Super 14 Rugby and in some corners the knives are being sharpened. Tonight we will catch up with one of the coaching staff to see how they can use the bye to turn their fortunes around.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 03 March 2010
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