Get the story behind the score with Allsports, a weekly program providing the best analysis of local, national and international sport, athletes and events from a Geelong perspective.
|Presenters||Robert Cameron, Jock Hillgrove and Emma Webb|
|Wednesdays 5:00pm - 6:00pm|
AAllsports’ imperative is to provide independent, respectful and balanced coverage of what’s making news on and off the sporting field, including interviews and commentary from elite, professional and amateur athletes, organisations, teams and sporting bodies across the region.
The program features a line-up of experienced presenters who live, breathe and dream their favourite sports, and debate the physical, mental, and social aspects of modern sporting culture.
Always intriguing, Allsports is the program for sports fans who want more than the score.
Have a story idea or news tip? Contact the Allsports team via The Pulse 94.7
Meet the team
Over 40 years of involvement locally as a player, coach, administrator, umpire and volunteer journalist/reporter in both Aussie rules football and cricket. An accredited Cricket Australia Umpire, Robert admits to having dabbled in cycling, golf, bowls, tennis, fencing and baseball, but generally love all sport that involves team activity for all ages. Not a fan of yoga, water, salt or sand, Robert reckons his co-presenters have that well covered.
A Geelong Umpires life member, Jock has umpired over 250 games over 25 years and is the AFL Barwon Regional Director of Umpiring. His experience includes officiating at games across the AFLs Barwon Region, Canberra (ACT) and in NSW. Jock holds a certificate of AFL High Performance Umpire Coaching and Administration, has been a Geelong Umpire Coach and Board member and worked with AFL NSW/ACT in Canberra as an Umpire Development Manager for five years. While he's played for Newcomb Cricket Club, Newcomb & District CC and Collendina CC, Jock has a general love for all sports and thinks everyone should get out there, have a go and have lots of fun along the way.
Emma Webb has been in the water for most of her life, has won six national surfing titles and has been competing on the world and Australian longboard circuit for many years. In 2015 she competed for team Australia and took a silver medal at the ISA world championships. Emma was one of the first women to paddle a kayak unassisted across Bass Strait in 2000. She is and continues to push the boundaries and inspires women to get out there and just have a go. Her latest honour was being named the recipient of the 2016 "International women's day" award. Emma has two beautiful children which she says are her greatest achievement.