Balls And All was on yesterday, and what a fabulous and informative show we had.
I’d like to sincerely thank all of our guests for giving up some of their very valuable time and contributing to what was, without doubt, one of the best shos we’ve ever put together.
was the first cab off the rank, and we certainly enjoyed hearing about the blind sports documentary that she’s been putting together over the past couple of years, as well as the work that Daphnée currently does as a journalist in the UK.
came on to the show, and certainly impressed with her frank discussion on
British Blind Sport
and the fabulous way they assist blind and vi people to become involved in playing a wide range of sports across the UK.
Our third guest was champion vi archer
who informed everyone that this fantastic sport is extremely close to being included in the 2020 Paralympic games, which is certainly good news for vi archery fans.
Philip Bam from LOFOB – League of Friends of the Blind
was then on to chat about the preparations taking place for the upcoming blind cricket world cup in Cape Town. This promises to be a sensational tournament, and we can’t wait for November to role round.
Our fifth guest on the show was
Mark De Montis,
who started losing his sight at the age of seventeen, but rather than sitting around and feeling sorry for himself, Mark decided to get out there and play
blind ice hockey,
as well as host
Sports Access on AMI television.
The sixth and final guest on our massive show was newly appointed GB blind football coach
We will be having Jon back on the air in two weeks time, due to the internet playing up towards the end of the show.
Disappointingly, we are not able to share this week’s podcast with you, as for some unknown reason, it didn’t record, but we’d like to publicly thank all of these magnificent guests for joining us on our latest episode of Balls And All, and we truly do appreciate all of you for coming on and making yesterday’s episode such a memorable show.