04:00AM, Thursday 17 July 2014
With the Advertiser and Express sports crew still scattered around like Brazilian defenders in the World Cup, solo presenting duties were left to Michael Owens once again.
The team have managed to pull together a packed show for you though, and there is no better place to start than Marlow Cricket Club’s stunning upset of Burnham to clinch the Julian Cup.
Graeme Copas caught up with club captain Graeme Paskins to get his thoughts on Tuesday’s final, and chipped in with his own thoughts as well.
Dan Darlington was also busy catching up with one of the region’s bright young sporting stars.
Fresh off a fourth-place finish in the Scottish Open and ahead of his Open Championship debut, Harleyford Golf Club's man of the moment Tyrrell Hatton joined the show on the phone.
A catch-up with Maidenhead United boss Johnson Hippolyte and Slough Town joint manager Neil Baker closed the show.
Magpies boss Drax gave an upbeat update of his side’s progress in the transfer market along with views on their opening pre-season game.
Baker told a different story after a mixed start to pre-season, which has featured a host of injuries and left The Rebels with just nine fit first-team players.
The sides are set to meet on Saturday as part of the Maidenhead Beer Festival at York Road.
Skip to the following times to find each interview:
Graeme Paskins - 1.12
Tyrrell Hatton - 5.56
Johnson Hippolyte - 15.25
Neil Baker -24.38
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