West Australian publican and former general manager of East Perth, 'Marbles' Wilson, is full of stories on the glory days of the WAFL and the fame and fun that flowed with it. 'Marbles', real name Alex Wilson, was a legend of the local scene, one of football's most colourful and enduring characters who mixed as easily with mayors and politicians as he did with the local community and members of his beloved Royals. He caught up with Millsy at Midday host Steve Mills, with the stories and laughs coming thick and fast reminiscing about the local WA footy scene from the 1980s. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
West Australian publican and former general manager of East Perth, 'Marbles' Wilson, is full of stories on the glory days of the WAFL and the fame and fun that flowed with it. He caught up with Millsy at Midday host Steve Mills, with the stories and laughs coming thick and fast on the boom days of the local WA footy scene. Wilson ironically played juniors with fierce WAFL rivals West Perth, before he joined the Royals as a marketing manager in 1984 after leaving the Blue Note Tavern and spent 28 years at the Royals.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our first live podcast straight from the Chemist Warehouse Brand Showcasing. A huge interactive event held over 2 days in Melbourne with over 100 Chemist Warehouse brands involved in activations including manis, mini facials, collagen smoothies and more. We were lucky enough to talk to some of Australia's top health, wellness and beauty influencers on their way in and get the inside scoop of what their daily routines look like and the products they love. Who knew Drew Barrymore had a cosmetic range and that was the most talked about brand of the episode - Flower Beauty.Some of our guests include:WAFL star Nicola Xenos Demmie Vasilevski - The head buyer of Cosmetics from Chemist WarehouseJade Kisnorbo - @jade__kmakeupEmmyLou Olivia White @houseofwhiteChristian Rocchi Nicky Verocchi from Bambi MiniStay up to date with the Tully & Sarah @tullyhumphrey @spasini To shop Tully Lou visitwww.tullylou.com.au @tullylou Check out @FeFi_au - we simplify investing & educate women on stocks & crypto to close the financial gap. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, senior reporter, on Duff's final podcast. They discuss the lates trade news including Griffin Logue and Darcy Tucker joining the Roos, and Black Acres heading to Carlton, along with the wash up from the WAFL grand final.. Plus, Duff and Quarters read out your other thoughts on the Thirsty Camel mailbag and the boys answer your questions. For more from the guys, and the latest news in sport, head to thewest.com.au/sportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The West's senior reporter Glen Quartermain unpacks a massive weekend in sport. Trade week begins WAFL grand final NRL grand final Wildcats win See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sunrise correspondent Syan Vallance and The West Live host Ben O'Shea unpack what's making news today. Gnagara shooting with suspected bikie links Backburning behind Perth's smoke haze Meth parents avoid jail after child neglect Why the Aussie dollar's dive is good for WA Should Optus stadium be renamed? Big miners make moves towards zero emissions Excitement for the WAFL grand final grows For more on these stories and the latest news, head to thewest.com.auSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Mark Duffield, chief football writer for The West Australian, is joined by Glen Quartermain, sport chief of staff, to discuss Geelong's grand final demolition job and whether Sydney can recover, what is happening with the lead up to AFL trade week and are there any mature-age WAFL players worth an AFL contract? Plus, Duff and Quarters read out your other thoughts on the Thirsty Camel mailbag and the boys answer your questions. If you have a question or comment for the guys, send your messages to email@example.com For more from the guys, and the latest news in sport, head to thewest.com.au/sportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
East Fremantle midfielder and 2022 Sandover Medallist hopeful, Blaine Boekhorst, joined Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage to tell us how the Sharks are travelling ahead of their WAFL Preliminary Final against Claremont on Sunday.
Adam Gilchrist and Tim Gossage spoke about a big weekend of Prelim finals coming up, the retirement of Roger Federer and Gilly's trip to Sydney. Plus they were joined by Darren McDonald - the father of Swans forward Logan McDonald; West Perth co-captain Aaron Black; Mitch Marsh; and Dockers CEO Simon Garlick.PLUS it was the return of the Gilly vs Goss quiz
East Perth star midfielder and Eagles AFLW Assistant Coach, Hamish Brayshaw, joined Tim Gossage in studio to preview Week 2 of the WAFL Finals and share his thoughts on what moves the Eagles' should make in their off-season.
Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage are joined by: Sydney Swans Premiership Captain - Leo Barry; East Fremantle Sharks' Captain - Matthew Jupp; and FOX Footy Journalist - Ben Waterworth. Plus 'Comings & Goings' & 'On This Day'.
It was a great pleasure to chat to a terrific and inspiring young lad, Patrick Bines on Sports Legends with Bevo recently. Patrick was a promising young basketballer and represented Australia at junior level, played for the Melbourne Tigers Basketball in the SEABL then made the transition to AFL where he was picked up by West Coast Eagles as a rookie in 2018. Whilst playing in the WAFL he sustained a horrific head injury which ended his footy career. We spoke about how Patrick turned things around after going through some tough times as a result of the injuries he sustained and where to now for his career going forward. Thanks so much to Patrick for his time and for being so open and honest about his journey and to the team at PodBooth for putting this great video together.
Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage are joined by: Dockers' AFLW Captain - Hayley Miller; 4x SANFL Premiership Player & Co-Host of 'Kane & Hayesy' - Andrew Hayes; and Former AFL Umpire - Dean Margetts. Plus 'Comings & Goings' and 'On This Day'.