Not the Footy show is onto a winner with several WA athletes and sportsmen and women winning major world and local titles in the past week.
On Not The Footy Show tonight:
- The Wallaroos return victorious from the inaugural Rugby 7’s World Cup in Dubai. We will catch up with winning try scorer and Western Australian, Shelly Matcham.
- The West Coast Fever completed their pre-season tournament in Sydney last weekend. Jasmine Keene will tell us how the team fared.
- In his first season with Perth Glory, Adriano Pellegrino picked up the Most Glorious Player award. He will tell us what this means and his thoughts on next season.
- Kim Mickle has qualified for the World Athletics championships following her A qualifier throw in the javelin at last week’s National Championships. Will this compensate for missing out on the Olympics?
- On the subject of athletics we will catch up with author Len Johnson to discuss his book The Landy Era on the golden period of Australian middle and long distance running.
- Up and coming WA cyclist, Luke Durbridge will join us to discuss not only his start to the year but also the HBF freeway bike hike.
- Following last week’s national kayak championships WAIS coach Ramon Anderson will tell us how his charges fared.
So do tune in tonight to 990am from 6pm to listen to the show.
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