Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 23 Dec 2009

What a year it has been and what a year it looks like being in 2010! This will be our last show for 2009 and we will be playing some highlights over the next two weeks before we return on January 13th.

But we still have a great show lined up, a show in which we will reveal how you can be part of an exclusive movie night premiere of “Invictus” courtesy of Warner Brothers, the Clint Eastwood directed movie about South Africa’s 1995 World Cup rugby triumph starring Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman. The Emirates Western Force 2007 World Cup Winner Andre Pretorius will be joining us at the premiere for what should be a night to remember!

We will also announce the winners of our Hopman Cup tickets courtesy of the Intercontinental Burswood.


Cricket
The Western Warriors have finally had an outright victory in the Sheffield shield this year, in part thanks to the performance of man of the match Shaun Marsh. Tonight we catch up with Shaun, and find out how much that win meant and means in terms of the rest of the season.

Football
Former Sorrento goalkeeper Neil Young was unable to catch the Perth Glory’s eye, so moved over East in search of an A League contract, and the Newcastle Jets obliged. Many say the Jets change in form is due to Michael Bridges, but we say it’s down to Neil. On Boxing Day he takes on his hometown club for the first time so we will talk to him.

Martial arts
Ever heard of Bojutsu? Yes, it is a martial art and Mel Shead joins us to tell us more about the art, and also how he shares his knowledge free of charge to a select few in parks around the Western suburbs.

Sprintcar racing
Todd Waddell has returned to WA this year and also to the sport of Sprintcar racing. Tonight he will join us in the studio to bring us up to date as to how his season is going as well as preview the boxing day WA Sprintcar Grand slam event at Bunbury City Speedway.

Water Polo
The Stingers Australia’s women’s water Polo team have just returned from a trip to the USA and Canada where they won gold and silver medals respectively. Tonight we catch up once again with Western Australian and WAIS scholarship holder Gemma Beadsworth.

Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 23 Dec 2009
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