Every week we try to bring you fresh sports stories and stories about successful West Australian individuals or teams, tonight is no different as we feature two sports for the very first time, Jiu-Jitsu and Handball.
Jiu- Jitsu will be featured on the show for the first time when we talk to John Kendall who has just returned from Rio de Janeiro with a world title to his name. Not only will he tell us about his title win but also some background on the art of Jiu-Jitsu.
Sticking with Martial Arts, Supremacy 8 is on at the Craigie leisure Centre on Saturday night and a number of title holders will be climbing into the ring, we will again be talking to current World Champion Caley Lewis who takes on a girl from Thailand.
The WA Kookaburras recently returned from Canberra with the Australian Floorball championship. Juerg Kihm won of the victorious Kookaburras will join us to reflect on this victory and also tell us what it means for Floorball in WA.
This weekend the national Handball Championships are being held in Perth, and Rikke Petersen one of the board members of Handball West will join us as we feature Handball for the first time. Rikke has been coaxed out of retirement for the Championships and will tell us what it took to get her back on the court.
The longest golf course
A year ago you may recall we caught up with Alf Caputo to discuss the longest golf course in the world and how it would be based in WA. Well, next week it will be officially opened and so Alf is back to tell us about the finished article.
Todd Howarth – to be confirmed – from the Perth Glory will join us to talk about the next two weeks on the road in Queensland and whether the Glory can continue their winning ways without Andy Todd.
If you listened last week you will have heard that Jono Charlesworth was unavailable due to his medical commitments. Hopefully, we’ll catch up tonight.