8th February 2012

This season, BBC London want players, coaches, and team members to upload sentences – which you record into your smart-phone – for them to use in their weekly rugby league programme.

A great opportunity for you to shout about your club, and hopefully stoke up the banter with opposition…and team mates!
They’re looking for people to record ONLY ONE OR TWO SENTENCES about the game you’ve just played/watched/been involved with, from juniors and schools to womens and senior games.

“This is Steve from Central London Sonics, today we battered Suburban Tigers by 42 points to 4 at their place. I scored a scorching 30m try down the left hand side, undoubtedly the highlight of the game.

“I’m John from Suburban Tigers, we had a BBQ this afternoon, which was undoubtedly a roaring success. We had six junior teams all win games against local opposition, whilst the seniors put on a spirited display, but lost 42-4 against Central London Sonics.”

You would use your smartphone to record what you say, using a piece of software called AudioBoo (needs free account sign up), and when uploading tag it with #bbclrl

Each week, the audio will be collated and played out, as part of BBC London’s Rugby League programme, presented on Wednesday nights at 9pm, and released as a downloadable podcast on Thursday morning.

The feature will be starting soon, even if it’s just for comments about pre-season preparation games and training – I’m just keen to get as many people on air as possible.

For more info e-mail ian.ramsdale@bbc.co.uk

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