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The Latest Around The Bar With Buddha Is Now Out

The latest Around The Bar With Buddha is now out, and what an interesting show it turned out to be.

We were very greatful to have
Kevin Frew
on the show as this week’s guest commentator. Blind Sports Radio sincerely thanks you for spending some time with us and I’m sure you’ll be on in future episodes, as well as continuing with your regular soccer reports.

Our very special guest for the evening was Australian womens goalball coach Georgie Kennaghan. It was fantastic to have Georgie in the studio, and it’s not hard to see why she’s such a fabulous motivator, ensuring that the Aussie women’s goalball team will continue to excel well into the future.

Our usual weekly segments were on the show, and we thank everyone for their input into making Around The Bar With Buddha such a fun couple of hours each week.

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Last Weeks Around The Bar With Buddha Is Now Available

Last weeks Around The Bar With Buddha is now available.

In this podcast, we saw the return of the great man himself,
Mr Tony Buddha Telfer,
and it was wonderful to hear the full panel back together again.

A huge thanks to the guests on the show, Michael Clemens and
Peter Robinson
for coming on and discussing the upcoming tour of
the Blind Cricket Australia side
to India and Sri Lanka. It was wonderful to hear both guests so frankly discussing all that was put forth to them, and Blind Sports Radio wishes the team the best of luck whilst they’re over in the sub-continent.

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Six And Out Premiers On Blind Sports Radio

Six And Out, our new show showcasing the goings on with the Blind Cricket Australia side over in India and Sri Lanka, premiered last night on Blind Sports Radio.

A big thanks to
Philip Bam,
2014 national tournament director and treasurer of Blind Cricket South Africa, for coming on our first show and telling the audience of the goings on in the South African blind cricket scene, and in particular, the nationals recently held in Somerset West. It sure sounds like there’s a steady stream of talent coming through, and Blind Sports Radio is certainly looking forward to the world cup later on this year in Cape Town.

Our Blind Cricket Australia player that popped on to the show as our second and final guest was Balls And All’s own
Hamish Mackenzie,
who advised us that he was one of the first victims of Bangalore belly. A fantastic first report by the great man, and I’m sure we’ll have further crosses over to Sri Lanka with Mish and others as the tournament progresses.

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