Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 17 February 2010

Pink sprintcar appealWe have a bumper-to-bumper show on tonight and we’re also live from the Perth Motorplex Kwinana Beach.
Tune in to your favourite sports show for some great (and loud) entertainment.

A-league Football
The Perth Glory are back in the finals. We speak to coach, David Mitchell as the team prepare for the match this weekend against Wellington Phoenix at the cake tin.

Pink sprintcar appeal
Tod Waddell in association with DiCandilo Steel City and Muir Motorsports raised in excess of $10,000 for a very worthy cause. We find out more about this cause when we speak to Tom live from the Perth Motorplex Kwinana Beach.

Football
Tom Sermanni, coach of the Westfield Matildas speaks to us straight after the game against New Zealand’s, Football Ferns in Auckland.

The V8’s
The V8’s are set to menace Manjimup on Feb 20th.The evening promises some impressive speedway racing by leading Super Sedan drivers and race teams across the state. We talk to WA State Super Sedan Champion Kodee Brown about this upcoming event.

Muay Thai
Chad Walker is representing Riddlers Gym in Supremacy 9 at the Craigie Leisure Centre this Saturday when Australia come up against contenders from Iran. Tune in to find out more.

Rugby Union
We’ll be speaking to an Emirates Western Force player and finding out what their plans are to bounce back from their first loss of the season.

Junior speedway
Did you know that WA is responsible for the first ever international event in the junior speedway calendar? We speak to JSRAWA President Des Alfirevich who set it all up along with Australian Captain, Kelly McArthur and 2nd cap Jack Alfirevich.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 17 February 2010
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