Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 07 October 2009

Mountain-bike-raceAs you will know if you want to get a complete coverage of sport you must tune into “Not the Footy Show” every week. After all it was good to see that this week one of the newspapers picked up on a story we featured three weeks ago.

Once again we have a great line up planned this week and you can win tickets to watch the Perth Glory take on Adelaide United and the Perth Glory women take on Newcastle Jets.


Women’s Football
Fresh from winning the USA women’s football title Collette MacCullum will join us to look back on a disappointing result in the opening game of the Westfield W League and how the Perth Glory Women plan to get back to winning ways on Saturday at ME Bank stadium at 1200hrs

Surf lifesaving
Rebecca Cohen is another lady excelling in her field, and she has been appointed coach of the Aussie Barras, the National Surf Lifesaving team. She is the first female coach to be given this role and will tell us how much this will mean for female life savers.

Hockey
Last season Jono Charlesworth was in great form as the WA Thundersticks won back to back Australian Hockey League titles, and when we spoke to him last time we asked if it would be twice as hard for him to break into the Kookaburras squad now that his dad was coach. He has finally been rewarded for all his hard work and will join us tonight.

Cycling
Darryl Benson continues to prime his cyclists for success through the WAIS program and tonight he will join us to bring us up to date with the latest successes as well as talk about the next generation and how they fared at the Australian Junior Road Cycling Championships.

Cape to Cape Mountain Bike
If that sounds all too hard and you fancy a more leisurely ride, or competition at a lower level, then you will enjoy hearing from Jason Dover as he brings us up to date with this year’s Cape to Cape taking place in Margaret River from 15-18 October.

Sprintcar racing
Todd Waddell became one of the most decorated and successful Junior drivers in the history of Junior Speedway with a WA State Title and three consecutive Australian Junior Championships, he is about to embark on his maiden season of sprintcar racing and joins us tonight to talk about his goals for the season ahead.

Football
Stay tuned to find out who we have on tonight’s show from the Perth Glory.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 07 October 2009
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