A MASSIVE crowd was on hand to hear some serious rugby league analysis mixed with some light-hearted banter when the Continuous Call Team hit Port Macquarie’s Town Green on the weekend.
Ray Hadley, Steve Roach, Darryl Brohman and league Immortal Bob Fulton broadcast their show for five hours on Saturday, as part of Hadley’s 30 Years in Radio Tour.
They took time out to meet some locals and sign a sea of autographs along the way.
Hadley said the team had never broadcast from a better place.
“I don’t think you’d get a better location, nor a better day,” he said.
Roach said the team enjoyed getting out and doing regional shows.
“We love doing these shows,” he said.
“I’ve been to Port a few times, and love it here.”
On Saturday, stories abounded of pelicans snatching chihuahuas, and lions being raised in flats in London.
Roach also gave some of his famous impersonations, including Julio Iglesias and Captain Schultz from Hogan’s Heroes.
Hadley was in awe of Port Macquarie.
He said he would consider retiring to Port.
Fulton agreed, on his first visit to the town.
“It must be a real pleasure for the people who live here,” he said.