Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 13 May 2009

We have another great show planned tonight with some very interesting stories which we are sure will make good listening.

We would also like to acknowledge the efforts of Aerobics star Keiran Gorman – we had his coach on last week’s show – following his efforts in Europe Keiran is now ranked No.1 in the World. Yet with no sponsors he faces a tough time ahead. Anyone interested in supporting Keiran can contact the show.

On the show tonight:

We will be catching up with the West Coast Fever‘s Madison Browne who has been in great form and will face her old club this weekend.

Matt Doyle won the Best New Initiative Award at the WAIS breakfast of Champions on Friday and he joins us to tell us about his video feedback goggles.

Jack Molloy is ranked number 2 in the under 19’s in Squash in WA, but he is joining us to talk about his trip across Australia promoting Squash with an inflatable squash court.

The Emirates Western Force can no longer make the Super 14 Finals but this weekend they will bid farewell to a number of players so there will be plenty to play for in their final game against the Highlanders. One of those players will be joining us.

One of Perth’s best known Rugby Clubs is celebrating its 75th anniversary this week, Nedlands. Chris Lowson will join us to share some of the history and tell us what the club has planned this week, that was of course before their opening win of the season on Saturday!

WAIS head cycling coach Darryl Benson will join us once again to tell us how his stable of athletes are travelling, and with one picking up a WAIS award and the other another Australian selection it would appear he will have more good news.

If you listen to the show regularly you will have heard us talk to South West Football development officer Perry Krakowczyk who was in Holland experiencing the coaching aspects of the top clubs. He is back in Bunbury and will be telling us how his trip panned out.


This week is your last chance to win a copy of Gerard Ryle’s book, “Firepower. The most spectacular fraud in Australian history.” Simply post your story if you, or your club have been “firepowered” in other words ripped off by a sponsor, an administrator, a referee or even a team mate. The best entry over the next three weeks will win a copy of Gerard Ryle’s book. Also we now have a blog, so please check it out and feel free to comment.

Tune in tonight to 990am from 6pm WST to listen to the show. We still have a six pack of Ballantine’s and cola to give away. To win listen to the show on 08 9470 4966 and call in to enter.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 13 May 2009
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