Except that if you miss it this week because you have training, or it’s your partner’s birthday, you can listen to our podcast tomorrow! Be sure to tell your friends to go back through their newsletters and pick out the interviews they missed.
WAIS scholarship holder Sutherlan Scudds recently won the Sabre competition in the opening round of this year’s Australian Fencing Federation Competition, and is about to head overseas for the World Championships, he will join us to preview his chances and talk about how a change in location has helped his form.
Perth born Rachael Dodds may have Cerebral Palsy but it has not stopped her breaking a World Record in the 200m for Athletes with a disability, at the recent athletics meet in Perth. Despite now living in Queensland, WA is still proud of this 15 year old’s achievement and we will catch up with her.
Former Sorrento goalkeeper and now Newcastle Jets stopper Neil Young broke his nose in the A league last season and went in for what he thought would be a routine operation. It did not turn out that way and he spent two weeks in Intensive care and lost 40kgs. Tonight he will join us to talk about what must have been terrifying, and how his recovery is coming along.
The Four Nations Murderball test series gets under way in Sydney tomorrow and we will talk to team stalwart Steve Porter from the Steelers.
The West Coast Fever slipped to their fourth defeat in a row, which has been a big surprise after the season promised so much at the start. Tonight we will talk to Shae Bolton about the mood in the camp and how they will win this week.
The national Ultimate Championships were held in Adelaide over the weekend. What is Ultimate? It is a none contact sport played with a disc (we cannot say Frisbee as this is a trademarked name)
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.