Tonight on Not the Footy Show – 19 May 2010

May 19, 2010 at 9:30 am Leave a comment

One Perth Sports show was hailed as the most “intellectual sports show in Perth,” and congratulations to them, our boast is that we are the most diverse sports show in Perth and possibly the most interesting, if you are a true sports fan.

So be sure to tune in tonight and you be the judge.

The Speedway Sedan Racing Club held their awards night last weekend and we catch up with Kodee Brown from Broome who picked up one of the awards.

We will stay in Broome to talk to Janek Gazecki who is hosting the first Polo on the beach tournament there this weekend. It sounds extremely civilised, and will hopefully become a regular event.

A fortnight a go we spoke to Sutherlan Scudds as he had won his first national fencing title, he was off to Thailand that night to take part in a World event, tonight we will find out how well he fared.

The West Coast Fever had a bye last week at a time when most of them wanted to be on the court and maintain the momentum of their win over the Vixens. Tonight we catch up with Leah Shoard as they prepare to take on her old club the Swifts.

We had hoped to talk to Neil Robertson, the newly crowned Snooker Champion last week, but his partner went into labour during the show, so he was otherwise engaged. This week we hope he is a little more relaxed and can have a chat with us.

Football West finally have a new CEO, a man with a fantastic resume, Peter Hugg, we will be talking to him about whether he feels the pressure of being hailed a possible messiah for the game in Western Australia.

We will also be talking mountaineering as a team from Perth embark on a trip to scale Mont Blanc, they are doing this to raise funds for the cancer ward at Princess Margaret Hospital for children, and Rick Parish will tell us about the trip and the fundraising dinner this weekend.


Entry filed under: Weekly show.

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