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The Thing About Sport
16 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Letitia Dahl-Helm - Windara Reef
It doesn't matter how we pronounce it, Windara Reef is a Yorke Peninsula gem. It's situated 7 kilometres south of Ardrossan or 1 K off Rogues Point. The coordinates for the reef are easily found. Letitia Dehl-Helm from the Yorke Peninsula Council takes us for a deep dive of the Windara Reef.https://yorkepeninsula.com.au/windara-reef
12 minutes | Oct 26, 2021
Matthew Rose - Bute Football Club
The Bute Football Club has a new senior coach. Matthew Rose takes the helm from Chad Bourke. Rose has been involved with Bute for years, now it's the senior coaching job. How will be go? You be the judge. Gary Wehr will be his assistant and both guys are ready for what's ahead.
11 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
SANFL - Matthew Goldsworthy
Matthew Goldsworthy has been at Woodville - West Torrens in the SANFL for a very long time. He’s the Club’s Football Manager and has played more than 200 senior games for the Eagles. He knows the Club on Oval Avenue very well. Recruited from the CMS Crows on the Yorke Peninsula, Matthew has played as a small forward and in defence and won the big prize. His life has been dedicated to playing football, but was cricket ever a serious option? He played in his first premiership at SANFL level in 2011. At the time we reordered this interview Matt was 29, a veteran of the club playing is yet another finals campaign for Woodville – West Torrens.
13 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
Netball - Emma & Lucas Gulin
Today we hit the netball circuit in this podcast and speak with a mother and son combination. They are netball gurus when it comes to umpiring at a high level. Emma and Lucas Gulin are well known netball umpires. But what creates more interest is the fact that Lucas is just 14 years of age. He has the ability to go all the way and represent his country as a netball umpire. He’s well on the right path thanks to his mum. Remember, when we conducted this interview at Crystal Brook, some 80 plus Ks away from Kadina on the Yorke Peninsula, he was just 14 years old.
9 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
SA Ambulance - Daniel Kenny
How important is volunteering, how would we get by without our volunteers. The volunteer is the back bone of any association. Ask anyone, no volunteers, no association. SA Ambulance, is on a recruitment drive. Daniel Kenny from the service is our guest, he tells us about volunteering for SA Ambulance on the YP. What does it take, what's expected? Daniel, a Team Leader, explains.
21 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Bob Scott - Bowls
Bob Scott is a member of the Bute Bowling club. He's the reigning Men's Country Carnival Player of the year. To say he's a country legend of the sport in South Australia isn't over rating him. Bob has played on most rinks around the Yorke Peninsula. He's been invited to join clubs in Adelaide, but he says, a firm thanks but NO thanks. He started his bowling career in Kimba, the former school Principal loves the game and apart from his family, bowls is number one. In this podcast we look at the game of bowls and try to cover everything including natural grass versus artificial turf.
10 minutes | Aug 18, 2021
Hugo Taheny - Rockstar
This is what sport is all about. Having a crack as Hugo Taheny puts it. In this podcast we talk with champion field athlete Hugo Taheny from Point Turton. The Down Syndrome 20 year old is the backbone of the local community. I doesn't matter where you go on the Yorke Peninsula everyone knows Hugo Rockstar, a self appointed nickname, I might add. He's an ambassador for Down Syndrome and speaks around the country. This bloke is as honest as the day is long. His Mum and Dad (Louise & John) deserve a massive pat on the back. They have given him every opportunity along with his siblings. Hugo offers so much to everyone he meets, he has that infective nature. But what he loves most of all is throwing a shot-put or discuss, even the javelin. He's a master of them all. Before this interview Hugo spent a week in Royal Adelaide Hospital with a mystery illness. He's fine now and back training.
13 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
Brij Daniel - Kite Boarding
Kiteboarding, what's it all about. In this podcast we speak with Brij Daniel the main link between us and kiteboarding in South Australia. We look at everything the sport has to offer. He discusses his favorite spots on the Yorke Peninsula and all the safety requirements. https://kiteboardingsa.com.au/
11 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Taylor Gray - Walk the Yorke
Walk the Yorke. It's a magnificent place the York Peninsula, but did you know you can walk it, run it or cycle it. It's more than 500 kilometres around the circumference or the leg as it's called. You'll get to see some of the most interesting life the YP has to offer. Take your time and hit 'the Walk the Yorke' trail. Taylor Gray from the York Peninsula Council gives us the inside word on the Walk the Yorke organised trail developed by Stephen Goldsworthy at the Council.
15 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Malcolm Karpany - Moonta FC
This podcast features Malcolm Karpany from the Moonta Football Club. There is little he hasn't done when it comes to footy. He spent five years in WA playing for East Perth after being drafted by the West Coast Eagles. Started his career with Moonta as a junior, Woodville West Torrens, The West Coast, South Adelaide, and today he's back at Moonta where it all started. In this podcast, we discuss many topics including the new ALF rules, players coming off the ground after they kicking a goal, and more. Malcolm is very honest, a proud indigenous Australian his first AFL game was against Collingwood at the MCG.
12 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Josh Gill - YPFL Umpiring
This is a meaningful podcast with Josh Gill. Umpiring, his heart condition, his disability, and undoing a bra can be so frustrating for the man with short arms and no thumps. But field umpiring in the Yorke Peninsula Football League has opened so much for Josh. Yes, he's the first to admit he's made mistakes, but haven't we all. I say good on you young man a fantastic story, we don't know how lucky we are. From the city lights to the country and farming is all discovered in this podcast.
19 minutes | May 21, 2021
Trevor Sims -Broughton Mundoora FC
In all his years associated with Sturt Football Club, the late Jack Oatey only ventured to the country once for an appearance. He journeyed to Port Broughton and was part of the Trevor Sims Roast, our podcast guest. Trevor is the Senior Colts Coach at Broughton-Mundoora today. He’s coached many teams over the journey, but he’s best remembered as the dual Premiership player for Sturt, the Double Blues, the famous number 4. He managed 12 years at Sturt and 250 games for the Double Blues. One of his closest mates was Rick Davies, the Jumbo Prince. In Trevor Sims’ many years at Sturt, he never lived in Adelaide. He drove and sometimes flew on a small plane to training on Tuesdays or Thursdays, or match days and back to the farm. The mop of curly hair, sideboards, and mustache are no longer part of Trevor's look. But he still loves footy.
16 minutes | May 20, 2021
Phil Brand -YPFL
Phil Brand has been around footy all his life. The Yorke Peninsula Footy League has been his concentration for the past 30 years. He’s been honored with a Merit Award from the SANFL for his services to community football. In this podcast, we take a trip with Phil through his life and footy. A mad keen Adelaide Crows supporter Phil tries to never miss a game of the Crows at home. But his love has always been the Yorke Peninsula Football League as we know it today. Phil Brand is a legend of the YPFL and a very good guy, in fact, you would be hard-pressed to meet a nicer person. The best country player he’s seen and the best local club? Phil tells us everything you need to know!
21 minutes | May 3, 2021
Cosi - South Aussie with Cosi
This is very simple. On this podcast we talk with Andrew Costello, yes Cosi from Nine's South Aussie with Cosi. We chat about the Yorke Peninsula, How he got started, his wife, the Teddy Bear Fence, the Biggest Loser, and a heap more.
8 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
Netball Coach - Tamara Harrison (Broughton-Mundoora)
Tamara Harrison is the senior coach at Broughton-Mundoora Netball Club. In this podcast, Tamara takes a look at the job and being in charge of a groups based in Port Broughton and Adelaide. The life of a country coach, the highs out rate the lows. It's hard work but very enjoyable, says Tamara.
13 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Fishing - Peter Walden
This podcast is all about jetty fishing, off the jetty at Port Broughton. Peter Walden is a local in the town and is best known as Pegleg by everyone. He doesn't mind being called Pegleg to his face either. But can he fish off the jetty, yes he can. Peter knows everything you need to know when dropping a line in the water off a jetty at Broughton. Pegleg is a master of the sport. For 70 years he's been doing just that, dropping a line in the water off a jetty.
14 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Fishing - Paul Schultz
Everything you need to know about fishing with Paul Schultz, he's not an expert, he just loves fishing. Paul Schultz will take us to the deepest areas of the sport. What's the best place to fish on the Yorke Peninsula, do fishermen tell BIG stories and what is the biggest fish he's ever caught? This quiet and humble person takes us on his fishing journey from his time fishing off the jetty to his hours in a boat off shore. We can only thank Paul for his time and willingness to be part of this podcast.
9 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Amalgamations - Mergers - Co-Locations
In this podcast, we venture into the area of amalgamation, merger or co-location. Not the most desired subject by the country club, but it's getting close to being a fact of life. We look at the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing (ORSR) Management Guide available on its website. Joining forces is the way to go. Clubs getting along and living together is the future. https://www.orsr.sa.gov.au/home
13 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Surfing, Golf & Table Tennis
Something different here, 3 sports in 1 podcast. Surfing with Brian 'Squizzy' Taylor, a look at Golf with Rohan Bock and Table Tennis with Owen Prior. Squizzy Taylor runs the Yorke Junior Surf Club and has a lifetime involvement with the sport. Rohan Bock can be found at the Copperclub Golf Course at the Dunes and Owen Prior is an official at the Copper Coast Table Tennis Club, they train and play at the Kadina Showgrounds.
14 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Mental Health - Scott Watters
Mental Health can be a life-changer. In this podcast, we delve into mental health with Life Changer founder Scott Watters. The former player and coach knows his subject and with Trevor Hendy developed Life Changer. It hasn't been a subject until recently, people wanted to talk about. But thanks to the government and groups like Life Changer we as a community are far more open and willing to discuss the topic.
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