PODCAST: Extra Time - Rotorua Sports

We love our sport, and around Rotorua there are always so many great sports stories to share.  So every week Paul Hickey (The Hits) and David Beck (Daily Post) sit down and talk all things sport.

Welcome to EXTRA TIME, where we get away from the radio and the newspaper for just a little bit more sporting stuff even when you thought the game was done. 
From the Stadium to Puketawhero Park, the Westbrook Courts to Smallbone Park, Events Centre and Sportsdrome to our racetracks and trails, we've got it covered. 
Plus special guests, features, and most weeks we'll probably check out whats big in sport around Aotearoa and the globe too.  Whatever we feel like really, because it is EXTRA TIME and we play to the final whistle, flag and finish line.

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Many of the stories we discuss can also be read online at http://rotoruadailypost.co.nz


EPISODE 1.3 / FRI-13-SEP-2019 /On this week's episode...David has been covering the AIMS Games, nominations are now open for the BOP Sports Awards, more Xterra successes for the two local Sam's,and all the usual features.
PODCAST PIC: Sam Osborne wins another Xterra, this time in Utah. Credit / Supplied

EPISODE 1.2 / FRI-6-SEP-2019 / On this weeks episode... the nationwide schools 'tournament week' comes to Rotorua, we cover off the BOP Volcanix with coach Rodney Gibbs, and the good run for the Steamers. Volunteers in sport get a shoutout, as well as a bronze medalist in MTBing. And our 2c worth on the news this week about kids playing for no results.
PODCAST PIC: Ngaire Lee is stepping down from her role with Basketball Rotorua. Credit / Stephen Parker

EPISODE 1.1 / FRI-30-AUG-2019 / On this weeks episode...a focus on 'girls in sport', including a special feature article, RGHS Rugby, the Volcanix and Stacy Waaka. We hear from Steamers Coach Clayton McMillan, and look at the massive Kurangaituku Netball Tournament, staged over three weekends.
PODCAST PIC: The BOP Volcanix in training this week.  Credit / Daily Post - Ben Fraser