Under wraps since being made on Wednesday, a live recording of the draw has been available for download after March's monthly podcast and Easter special was released soon after 6pm.
EVO-STIK NPL Show host Ben Hughes oversaw proceedings as Mid-Cheshire Guardian sports writer Andrew Simpson and BBC Manchester and 26Nil commentator Ian Burke made the draw before settling in with the NPL's media officer James Heyes to run the rule over who'll follow in the footsteps of 2017 winners Bamber Bridge.
Entitled "We've done the listener a favour ..." and recorded at the Heaton Hops in Stockport, the quartet also debate the big battles over the final weeks of the historic 2017-18 50th anniversary season on the new show which also features Workington joint chairman John McKay.
The EVO-STIK NPL Show's weekly and monthly podcasts returned last August campaign to rave reviews to build on their best ever listening figures last term. Still available on iTunes as well as Audioboom and produced as always by the team behind FCUM Radio, the podcasts are being sponsored for the fourth season running by the NPL's title sponsors EVO-STIK.
Since last season the weekly EVO-STIK NPL Show, monthly podcast and EVO-STIK NPL Division One Show have also been available via their own button on the right hand side of the home page of the league's official website.
To listen to March's monthly EVO-STIK NPL Show, click here: audioboom.com/posts/6762864-the-evo-stik-npl-show-march-2018.
To listen to March's EVO-STIK NPL Division One Show, click here: http://audioboom.com/posts/6715890-evo-stik-division-one-show-february-2018
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