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Hungerford Town manager Ian Herring is running the rule over the three National Leagues on this week’s NL Full time podcast as well as talking respect, discipline and the weekend’s great weather for ducks!

Released for download on iTunes and Spotify on Sunday night and entitled ‘Weaving the Magic’, the latest podcast for fans of Non-League’s top tiers looks backs at some of the key moments and matches of last week with the Crusaders boss and a number of other guests at the sharp end.

Highlights include NL Full Time’s BBC commentator Rob Worrall catching up with Harrogate Town boss Simon Weaver after his side edged out Aldershot Town with the tightest of 1-0 wins on Saturday.

Thanks to the 4G at Weatherby Road, that was one fixture that was always going to survive Saturday’s deluges across the country that wiped all but three matches among the National League North programme.

It was a good week for the Sandgrounders too with Southport bagging six points out of the six available.

NL Full Time’s co-host and founder Chris Pratt spoke to boss Liam Watson before Saturday’s victory at Bradford PA after their midweek home win over Hereford at Haig Avenue.

After heading to Kidderminster to sample their award-winning pies and see the Harriers down National League North new boys Farsley Celtic, Dickie Worton chatted to assistant manager Russ Penn for NL Full Time.

Worton’s timing couldn’t have been better after the club’s recent takeover by a consortium of local business people.

Return

The team running NL Full Time returned three weeks ago with their usual smorgasbord of National League chat and interviews smattered with titbits and news.

The podcast was originally launched in January 2017 by The Non-League Paper’s Stockport County writer Pratt and Brandon Smith to provide a Final Score-type show on Saturday evenings.

It later morphed into its current format, a Sunday podcast focusing on the big news and stories around National League’s three divisions.

Smith, a student who followed Bognor Regis Town, now commentates on FIFA X Box and PlayStation tournaments all over the world.

As well as Pratt, four other journalists and Non-League broadcasters contribute to the show – BBC Surrey’s Aldershot commentator Worrall, AFC Telford’s media man Worton, Hyde United scribe Luke Edwards and snapper and Met Police supporter Thom Lang.

Serena Orsi-Dadamo has also started contributing and is being tipped to help to deliver more great content this season.

Follow the podcast on Twitter at @NLFullTime. And if you get in touch with your views, prepare for the possibility of your comments being shared on the next pod!

Also available on iTunes and Spotify, click here to download Sunday’s latest pod.

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