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Brian Flynn
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« on: January 12, 2019, 06:48:39 AM »

There is Live Commentary of today's game on Radio Robins, sponsored by Ashley Mowers Garden Machinery, and the broadcast starts at 2.40pm.

The match commentary sponsor is Kids Disco Parties.

The commentary team is Paul Salt, Mark Simpson & John Edwards.

You can listen to Radio Robins in any of the 5 following ways:

a) Visit our 'MatchCentre' and click the 'Radio Robins' tab in the 'Chorley' match where the Mixlr player is embedded and just press play

b) The Radio Robins website www.radiorobins.com. Open the page in any web browser and the broadcast should start automatically.

c) Download and install the Mixlr app on Android devices from the Google Play Store - start the app and search for 'Radio Robins'.

d) Download and install the Mixlr app on Apple devices from the Apple Store - start the app and search for 'Radio Robins'.

e) There is a temporary WIX website at https://rr5977.wixsite.com/radiorobins   
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« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2019, 06:11:10 PM »

John Edwards: Carver's (Cava's) CHAMPAGNE  moment???

You gotta love RR!
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« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2019, 07:48:21 PM »

Good work today on commentary competing with a classic moaning main stand and a very loud PA-the highlight which I had to go and find out about online was ‘Lancashire’s for me’ by the Lancashire Hotpots just before KO. I wonder if there’s a Cheshire equivalent?!
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