Mix It Up Radio will dissect the 2013 AFL Grand Final in a very special What's On Your Mind, this show will be without Scott who has a previous engagement but Dave and Anthony will be talking AFL Grand Final at 8:30pm you can live chat at http://mixitupradio.net if you won't be at your PC as always there is the TuneinRadio App on your smart phone and your tablet the app is free to download. All you need is to search Mix It Up Radio and you are ready to enjoy our hour long show.
We will have the teams, who makes it who doesn't and we will discuss possible matchups we had a brief chat with T Boy last night about this and Scott also commented but now Anthony and Dave are going to take the chance to discuss it all.
Tonight from 9:00pm AEST tune into Mix It Up Radio via http://mixitupradio.net and the TuneInRadio App on your smart phone and tablet search Mix It Up Radio to hear The Sports Asylum Show, after a big week of the first week of the finals.
After finally reaching the finals for the first time since 2001 the Tigers battled a Carlton side that managed to finish ninth and got into the finals. Port Adelaide have also made a reappearance in the finals this year and we discuss how Fremantle did down at the Cattery and how the big Hawks and Swans game went down.
Will Anthony and Scott have to sing a club song tonight? Or will it just be the one? Find out from 8:30pm and when we open the phonelines you can vent your spleen. How did you team go this week? Were they on Mad Monday? Any local winnings and losings? Come tell us!
Thursday Night at Mix It Up Radio is going to be dedicated to the Essendon Drug Saga, and the releasing of the charges for the Bombers, 35 page document was released and now we're going to go through this and discuss it at lengths and to have read the whole document.
Essendon fans can give their opinion on all of this from 7:30pm at Mix It Up Radio, and will discuss this issue for one hour before we head into our other special on tomorrow night
They are the most maligned person at almost any sport, and sometimes have to enforce the most confusing rules but without our umpires and referees our sport comes to a standstill. With umpiring shortages starting to slow down some sport, it might now be time for umpire hecklers to be given a chance to prove themselves.
Not only are the umpires abused by the fans during the games, but they are also given a lot of abuse from the fans. It seems that regardless of how right or wrong the umpire might be, they never seem to go a game without copping it
It's never a good feeling for any AFL player when they realise their AFL career is almost over for Alan Didak that is soon to be a reality. It could be time for Collingwood and Alan Didak to start thinking about life after football, where Didak can help teach some young players all he has learned about the game.
A playing assistant coaches role late in his career could also set Didak up with a career post football, this season Didak has only managed the two games, before he was out again with a niggling calf injury, frustrated fans starting to believe Nathan Buckley has had an agenda against Didak, but it seems the body is slowly succumbing to the injuries
I have been a fan of the AFL since I can remember, going to the football with my dad and mum with my siblings sometimes not that interested in going to the games. In the end we all became bigger fans of the game even though my sister is the only one of the family to have picked Hawthorn as a team she supports
Yesterday was Day 1 in trying to get the sports career back on track, or at least some kind of fitness and that was done by a nice game of football. We borrowed some AFL jumpers and started our own little game
This Sunday you have a chance of watching 3 games of football for the low low price of zero dollars, that's right zero dollars. Where else can you beat a bargain like that? The ladies of Tasmanian State Womens Football League need your support as Round 13 kicks off at 10am, and ends with the Demons battling the Blues all three games are at the TCA Ground Sunday morning until 4pm Sunday afternoon. All you have to do is get yourself to the TCA Ground to turn that boring Sunday into a footy filled day.
After the week off due to the AFL game in Launceston, the TSL returns with some big games that can help shape the finals for 2013. After agreeing in principle to 10 more years of Tasmanian State League Football and the future merger and departure of the Bulldogs for next season we close in on a finals series that some claim is just a two horse race.
After being smashed by the premiership favourites and reigning premiers, Devonport will hope to bounce back against the Bombers, like Hobart the Northern Magpies have been disappointing and have only the two wins so far this season. North Launceston need a win this weekend to keep themselves in touch with the Top Five with four games to go in the season. This should be an easy win for the Bombers from the North