LISTEN AGAIN | Sportstalk - 28th April, 2017
Mansfield 103.2's weekly look at local sport with Jason Harrison.
In this week's show: As Mansfield Town prepare for their crucial home match with Portsmouth on Saturday, chairman John Radford and chief executive Carolyn Radford urge the people of Nottinghamshire to back the side in their must win game.
Centre-back Krystian Pearce gives us the mood within the squad whilst boss Steve Evans tells us how they are going to approach the game with Portsmouth who still have a slim chance of being champions.
On the 30th anniversary of another big season for Mansfield, one of the players who lifted the Freight Rover Trophy at Wembley in 1987 – Mark Kearney – tells us his memories of that famous day and about the reunion that took place last week.
Away from the Stags, Nottingham Forest will be looking for the points that will seal their Championship safety at QPR – we'll preview the match at Loftus Road with James Brandon.
It's the second round of the Notts Premier League cricket – Craig Priest takes a look at what happened on the opening weekend and ahead to tomorrow's action.
And, in boxing, there is a massive world heavyweight bout involving Britain's Anthony Joshua. The world's oldest fighter Steve Ward from Mansfield lets us know how he thinks Joshua will get on against Ukraine's Wladmir Klitschko.
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