Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 17 March 2010

After not being able to go to air last week due to circumstances beyond our control we are raring to go this week.

To make up for lost time we will be cramming tonight’s show full of guests and a variety of sports.

You will also have a chance to win an overnight stay at the new Bannister Suites in Fremantle, so be sure to tune in to find out how.

Crossfit games
We will be catching up briefly with Stef Sifandfos who we were going to talk to last week about the Crossfit Games, as well as Josh Court about his recent beach Volleyball success.

Rugby Union
The Emirates Western Force had another bad weekend at the office and we will catch up with the man in the front row, Nic Henderson, as we look a head to this weekend’s clash with the Waratahs.

The Kookaburras won the World Cup for the first time since 1986 and tonight we will catch up with one of their players.

Up and coming young driver Glen Mears will be joining us before he takes part in the Wild West Series Round 2 this weekend in Margaret River. We will also be talking to his sponsor Phil Moore in Busselton.

We will also have a double dose of cycling with Matt Bissett the event organiser of the Freeway Bike Hike and speak to someone about a mountain biking trail from Mundaring to Nannup.

Last week we had hoped to hear from West Coast Fever’s Sarah Ebbott as their season commences this weekend, this week we will!

The Commonwealth Games boxing trials will be held at the Esplanade Fremantle from Thursday this week and we will preview the event with Geoff Peterson.

If you fancy something a little more sedate, you could head out to the Swan Valley for the Swan Autumn Polo Festival, Rebecca Tilbrook will join us to tell us more about the Chandon GRD Cup, the Auto Classic BMW WA Open and the Westrac Hart Cup.

Winter Olympics
We even hope to hear more about the Winter Olympics from Michael Fontein who has returned from Vancouver.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 17 March 2010
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