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TUNE INTO THE VOICE OF LINCOLN SPORT ON SIREN TONIGHT AT 8PM

Mix and Match Extra Time is the programme that covers a wide variety of sports in the Lincoln area.

On this evening’s show former Lincoln City professional footballer Tony Loxley talks about the demand for season tickets at Sincil Bank as well as looking at the new developments at Ashby Avenue where Lincoln United are about to launch an Under 21s outfit.

The Lincolnshire Handicap Squash Tournament attracted a host of top class county players and you can hear what it takes to organise an event of this magnitude.

Local entrepreneur Chris Illsley describes how his Running Imp business started off back in the Eighties and now supplies medals for races worldwide.

in the second hour, Sam Bass explains why tennis is so popular in Lincoln and Darren Dye tells us how he feels after being appointed manager of Lincoln United Under21s.

Lots of sports snippets interspersed with some great music from the 60s/70s and 80s.

I look forward to your company at 8pm tonight.

Peter Hayward

sportslinc@hotmail.com

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