Carlo and Laids Sport Show Archive

Rob and Sean talk about the groundbreaking roles women play in men’s baseball.

Rob and Sean look at various sports in their final show of 2021.

Rob and Sean discuss chess, and the various aspects associated with the game.

Rob and Sean celebrate their 200th show.

Rob and Sean talk about Australia’s success at the recent T20 cricket World Cup.

Rob and Sean talk about sports people getting vaccinated to play sport.

Rob and Sean talk cricket with Mitch Dearing and Ardene Ruhode.

Rob and Sean discuss gambling in sport.

Rob and Sean talk with local volleyball identity Shane Hennessy.

Rob and Sean discuss a recent Michael Treloar sports auction, which included 6 items associated with early Gawler history.

Rob and Sean discuss the 2021 SANFL grand final.

The Carlo and Laids Sports Show: Episode 192 – F1

Posted by on October 6, 2021 at 12:41 pm

Rob and Sean talk about the current F1 season.

Rob and Sean discuss the 2021 BL&GFA Grand Final.

Rob and Sean discuss the lack of finals success for SA’s two AFL teams over recent seasons.

Rob and Sean look back at the Paralympics with Mal Bennett.

Rob and Sean talk about local sport coverage in the media.

Rob and Sean talk with athlete Alec Stimson about his experience at a USA college through COVID19 over the past 18 months.

Rob and Sean talk to Malcolm Bennett about the Paralympics.

Rob and Sean discuss Major League Baseball’s Field of Dreams game.

Rob and Sean discuss the impact of the Tokyo Olympics.

Rob and Sean discuss Australia’s first week at the Tokyo Olympics.

Rob and Sean discuss goals such as conquering Everest, completing a marathon or crossing the Simpson Desert.

Rob and Sean talk about Ash Barty’s success on the biggest tennis stage – Wimbledon.

Rob and Sean discuss the ongoing debate about transgender athletes.

Rob and Sean discuss country SA sport.

Rob and Sean discuss the ‘other’ sports of Don Bradman.

Rob and Sean talk with Peter Cornwall about the SACA 150 celebration book.

Rob and Sean discuss the Australian softball team in Japan for the Olympics.

Rob and Sean talk about the incredible performances of Australia’s women athletes.

Rob and Sean discuss Port Adelaide’s desire to wear the prison bars jumper in Showdowns.

Rob and Sean talk with Lisa Ryan about her career in the horse industry, from equestrian to training gallopers and harness racing.

Rob and Sean look at the early stages of the BL&G footy season.

Rob and Sean compare Adelaide United’s A-League season with 2016.

Rob and Sean talk about elder athletes in various sports.

Rob and Sean discuss a book that combines Sherlock Holmes with the fifth Test of the 1902 Ashes series in England.

Rob and Sean talk with Jordan Centenera from Central Districts Basketball Club.

Rob and Sean discuss the Olympics with Para Olympian Malcolm Bennett.

Rob and Sean talk about the Apex Sports Festival at Norwood Oval, which included wrestling, boxing, disc golf, strong man comp, sword fights and martial arts.

Rob and Sean talk with Stan and Glenis Head about the Gawler Pétanque club.

The Carlo and Laids Sports Show Episode 164 – SANFL

Posted by on February 11, 2021 at 1:10 pm

Rob and Sean talk about the upcoming SANFL season and the return of Port Power and Adelaide Crows reserves teams.

Rob and Sean talk with the sporting Wendland sisters, Kasey, Jess and Caitlin.

Rob and Sean talk all things softball.

Rob and Sean talk about the Australian Baseball League, AFLW and GABBA cricket.

Rob and Sean follow up on the previous show on fathers and sons in the sporting world, with parents and daughters.

Rob and Sean discuss champions in various sports, and their champion offspring.

Rob and Sean researched and found some interesting sporting stories on a couple of their favourite sports.

Rob and Sean look at early Gawler football history and the town’s connection to Central District Football Club.

Rob and Sean discuss the SANFL Salary cap.

Rob and Sean talk all things cricket with Mitch Dearing.

Rob and Sean talk with father-son ice hockey duo, Ryan and Morris O’Handley.