Another Balls And All Is Out

Blind Sports Radio hosted another fabulous Balls And All last Wednesday and it was great to have co host
Hamish Mackenzie
back where he rightfully belongs.

The team would like to thank GB show jumper
Karen Law
for opening up our hsow and elaborating on her amazing show jumping feits.

Founder of
Support through Sport UK
Helen Keeling-Marston
was our second guest on the show and what a fabulous organization Support Through Sport UK are and it’s a credit to Helen and her team for running such a tight ship and for having such an informative website up for people to go and check out.

Elyse Bezuidenhout
was our third guest on this huge episode, discussing the exciting
UK Womens Blind Cricket Teams trip to Nepal.
We wish the ladies luck over in Kathmandu on this inaugural tour and we’ll be sure to keep our listeners up to date with the goings on between the teams and the UK sides results.

Fourth on the show was
Somerset Visually Impaired Cricket Club
vice captain
Rob Crisp,
who popped on to inform us of Somersets famous victory in their recent blind cricket final, as well as letting us know a little more about how much he loves playing the sport locally in the UK.

Our final guest was
Queensland Blind Cricket Association
secretary and club captain
Matt McCarthy,
who gave a thorough wrap on the goings on in Queensland Blind Cricket, as well as highlighting their calendar of upcoming events.

As you can see, we let another massive show loose on the public last week, and we sincerely thank all of our guests, and you listeners, for making for another sensational broadcast.

Why not
download the latest Balls And All podcast
so you can listen at your convenience, or you can click on the play button below to tune in online.