Tonight we have a first on Not the footy Show as we feature three different forms of Rugby, Rugby Union, Rugby League and for the first time Wheelchair rugby, or “Murderball” as it is more commonly known.
We will also be giving you a chance to win tickets to watch the West Coast Fever in action
CEO of the South Sydney Rabbitohs Shane Richardson was in town this week and we catch up with him to discuss their game in Perth on June 26th against the Melbourne Storm.
Joelin Rapana from the Emirates Western Force will also join us to preview this Friday night’s clash with the Crusaders and also tell us a little more about NASCA, a program that he will be taking part in.
To complete our complement of Rugby we will be talking to Australian Wheelchair Rugby Team Manager Kim Elwood, as the Steelers prepare for the upcoming 4 Nations test series in Sydney.
Boxer Claire Ghabrial returned from Ankara in Turkey this week with a gold medal around her neck, and she will join us to talk about the championships and the upcoming World Championships.
Western Australia has sent a team of riders over to Adelaide for the 2010 Special Olympics, to take part in the Equestrian event. It is hoped that this will become a regular part of the Olympic program, and we will catch up with a member of the team.
The West Coast Fever went down to the unbeaten Sydney Swifts last weekend and they will be looking to get back to winning ways immediately, although there are concerns over some of the girls due to injury. Tonight we will catch up with Sarah Ebbott
It is one thing to attempt to sail around Australia’s coastline solo, but it is even more of a challenge when you are a quadriplegic. Rockingham’s Jamie Dunross will join us tonight from Tasmania which is the second stop in this remarkable challenge. You can follow Jamie’s progress on his blog www.solo1.com.au