Tune in every Monday night to 94.1fm 3WBC for VFL Rewind.
The program will cover the Peter Jackson VFL and Swisse Wellness VFL Women’s throughout season 2017, chatting to coaches, players and draftees across the year.
This week on VFL Rewind guests included: Box Hill Hawks captain David Mirra, Eastern Devils president Jo Wotton and Leader newspapers Paul Amy.
The show can be heard on 94.1fm, via www.3wbc.org.au or through the TuneIn app.
Listeners can also subscribe to the weekly podcast of the show via iTunes or Soundcloud.
LISTEN TO PREVIOUS SHOWS:
Episode 1: Melbourne Uni & GWS Player Louise Stephenson and Port Melbourne’s Shane Valenti
Episode 2: Box Hill Hawks VFLW coach Patrick Hill and Casey Demons & state coach Justin Plapp
Episode 3: Geelong’s Tom Stewart, Eastern Devils’ Meg Hutchins and Werribee coach John Lamont
Episode 4: North Ballarat draftee Rowan Marshall, Northern Blues’ Cam O’Shea and Essendon captain Nick O’Brien
Episode 5: Port Melbourne’s Chris Cain, St Kilda Sharks’ Shaun Smith and AFL Victoria Umpiring Manager Cameron Nash
Episode 6: Coburg’s Tom Goodwin, Seaford’s Sarah Hosking and Williamstown’s Adam Marcon
Episode 7: Footscray draftee Mitch Hannan, Footscray coach Steve Grace and Cranbourne’s Kris Smith
Episode 8: Sandringham coach Lindsay Gilbee, North Ballarat coach Marc Greig and Geelong VFL Women’s coach Paul Hood
Episode 9: Box Hill Hawks’ Will Hams, Diamond Creek’s Tanya Hetherington and female field umpire Annie Mirabile
Episode 10: Darebin’s Libby Birch, Richmond’s Jacob Ballard & Collingwood’s Michael Chippendale
Episode 11: VU Western Spurs Debbie Lee, Geelong’s Tom Atkins
Episode 12: Casey and state coach Justin Plapp, Melbourne Uni’s Emma Kearney
Episode 13: Diamond Creek’s Sophie Abbatangelo & Port Melbourne’s Tom O’Sullivan
Episode 14: Romy Timmins Cranbourne and Casey Demons Ed Morris
Episode 15: Northern Blues Josh Fraser and St Kilda Sharks Penny Cula Reid
Episode 16: Williamstown’s Ayce Cordy & Seaford’s Kate Gillespie Jones
Episode 17: Geelong VFL Women’s Cassie Blakeway and Coburg’s Keenan Posar