Plus we urge you to get on your bike for a good cause, and take part in or sponsor someone taking part in the Perth Great Bike Ride this Sunday. Find out how on the show tonight.
Ricki Herbert, has worked wonders as the All Whites coach and has steered the New Zealand team to their second World Cup finals, their first since 1982 when he was a player. We will catch up with the man who swung in the corner that saw Rory Fallon – whose dad was assistant coach in 1982 – score the decisive goal, Leo Bertos.
Another sportsman following in his father’s footsteps is Brent Dancer who has been selected for the Kookaburras as they contest the Champion’s Trophy in Melbourne at the end of the month. Brent’s father also steered the Kookaburras to Olympic Gold in Athens in 2004 as national coach.
The State boxing titles were held over the weekend and although there was no father and son connections we did witness two brothers fight each other for the state title. Boxing’s Head of Development at WAIS Geoff Peterson joins us to review the weekend.
Last year WA’s Great Bike Ride raised over $250,000, this year’s event gets under way this Sunday, and individuals can still register. We will talk to Vicki Rasmussen Fundraising Director of the Heart Foundation about this year’s event and the target in terms of fundraising.
The Perth Glory have had a week off due to international commitments, and tonight we catch up with Captain Jacob Burns as they amazingly prepare to take on Sydney FC for the first time this season on Sunday at ME Bank Stadium.
The Australian Women’s Floorball team are heading off to the World Floorball Championships in Sweden this weekend. We will catch up with coach Juerg Kihm to gauge Australia’s expectations.
Perth Lynx finally managed to secure a win in the Women’s National Basketball league and we will catch up with caretaker coach Vlad Alava to hear how the girls plan to build on this.