The Coodabeens Footy Show is a Saturday morning institution amongst football lovers and lovers of irreverent, humorous banter to get their weekend off to the right start.
The Roys' 1978 Night series win and where IS Macorna?
Tim Wishart plays footy for Macorna - a dot on the map in the State's north while in 1978, bottom of the ladder Fitzroy defeated top team North in the mid-week night series. Tom from Malvern was there and so was Roys' new recruit, Rob Walls.
Mum of Coldstream's Demon and a former Saint and Hawk
Pauline Fritsch is a legend of the Coldstream football club and the mum of a couple of very talented footballers. Bailey plays for the Demons in the AFL and Darcy kicked 20 goals for the Cougars recently. Also on the show, Paul Harding - with a foot in the Hawks and Saints camps and a former Eagle too.
Peter Francis' two jumpers in two weeks and mental health awareness round in East Gippsland
In 1983, Peter Francis played for Carlton one week before crossing to Fitzroy the next. Also, today Stratford Swans are marking the memory of champion player Lachie Heywood with a Beyond Blue fundraising game against Boisdale Briagalong.
AFLW grand final and new theme song for Willi
It's AFLW Grand Final weekend as the Crows and Lions meet again in the big one and Rusty Berther has penned new gender non-specific lyrics to the Williamstown FC.
Peter Hudson immortalised in bronze and next generation umpires
Young gun Josh Leske is leading a loyal pack of umpires in the Sunraysia Football and Netball League and the legendary Peter Hudson joins the boys to discuss the art of kicking a bag.
High country footy in Bright and Champs' newest footy anthem
A trip to the high country with Bright FNC president Kristi Hacket and the greatest league footy journeyman, former Eagle, Lion and Bear, Kevin Caton.
And a preview of Champs' newest blockbuster footy anthem!
Great banter songs and true Aussie humour completely irreverent re AFL
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I never miss this show, either live or by the podcast. Always witty and entertaining , love the music and banter.
I have been listening to these guys for over 30 years and still find them as entertaining and witty as ever.
And the new/old addition of Simon Whelan back into the ranks has made the dhow even better.
Bring back Julian Ross!!!!