New show is not short on content!

6 months ago By David Watters

Fans of the EVO-STIK NPL Show are downloading a bumper edition of the EVO-STIK League's hit official podcast this weekend!

As well as hearing from the management teams at Stourbridge, Marine, Warrington Town and Workington as they prepare to fly the flag for the Northern Premier League in the second round of the Buildbase FA Trophy on Saturday, host Ben Hughes squeezes in interviews with a host of guests on the hour long show including Jimmy Ginnelly at Barwell and Lancaster City's assistant manager Dave McCann.

Recorded in South Manchester and produced as always by the team behind FCUM Radio, Hughes and the EVO-STIK League’s social media manager James Heyes are also joined on Friday’s jam-packed weekly podcast by the Yorkshire Evening Post's Thomas Feaheny with a full fixture preview for this weekend's Premier Division matches, Colne chairman Ryan Haigh on the upcoming launch of the EVO-STIK League North club's new academy and Market Drayton Town's new chairman Paul Moore on the club's special match promotion for their clash with Carlton Town this weekend in EVO-STIK League South.

The EVO-STIK NPL Show's hit weekly and monthly podcasts returned for the 2017-18 campaign to rave reviews to build on their best ever listening figures last term and an end of season surge following a series of special live broadcasts from the promotion play-offs.

Still available on iTunes as well as Audioboom, the podcasts are being sponsored for the fourth season running by the NPL's title sponsors EVO-STIK and since last season have also been available via their own button on the right hand side of the home page of the league's official website.

To tune in to Friday’s weekly EVO-STIK NPL Show, click here: http://audioboom.com/posts/6595246-the-evo-stik-npl-show-12th-january-2017

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