Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 12 May 2010

Hit a Home run by tuning into Not The Footy Show tonight .

Tonight’s show has a real wining feeling about it, as we catch up with several athletes who have been successful in the past week.

Every baseball player dreams of hitting a home run in their first time up to bat in the Major leagues, Few get to live that dream, but WA’s very own Luke Hughes did a week ago and tonight he joins us to talk about the

The West Coast Fever managed to get back to winning ways and tonight we catch up with Josie Janz’s jury replacement, Bianca Reddy to talk about their victory over the Vixens.

Neil Roberston has been on the show before, and it is with great pleasure that we welcome him back, this time as World Champion in Snooker.

Lisa Camilleri is another who has had a good week winning the Top End open Squash tournament in Darwin.She will join us to talk about that and the upcoming tournaments in Perth.

Skate boarding
Joshua McMurray is another man with a great future in his sport, he is the 2009 Australian unsponsored Skate Board Champion, however he is also up for a WA Youth Award for his pro-active youth leadership. We will talk to this 17 year old about what drives him and what is next in the skateboarding world.

The HBF Run for a reason takes place in a little over a week and tonight we find out more from Andrew Walton from HBF.

Standing at the Touchlines
Regular host Ashley Morrison will soon be heading off to Africa to film a documentary on the World cup called “Standing at the Touchlines” If you want to keep up to date check out the website

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 12 May 2010

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