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A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
06 October, 2017 17:27
Did you think they only worked on match days?

Come and listen to Nigel Walrond.

Nigel, who covers most Chiefs matches for Radio Devon, will tell us that there is a lot more to it. He is also author of the new Chiefs book - Road to Glory: The Inside Story. An excellent book covering our Premiership-winning season. I am sure he will have copies to purchase and will sign them if asked nicely.

Nigel will be speaking on Tuesday 17th October at Sandy Park

There will also be a talk by Adrian Witton, the Chiefs' Groundsman.

The evening starts at

7:00 pm Exeter Chiefs Supporters' Club AGM (members only).

7.45 pm Talk by Adrian Witton ( Chiefs' Groundsman)

8.15 pm Talk by Nigel Walrond (BBC Sports).

The talks from 7:45 pm are free and open to everyone.

Re: A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
OggyMan (IP Logged)
10 October, 2017 20:36
At least Radio Devon covers the matches whether they are on a Friday , Saturday or Sunday.

Re: A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
fatheralice (IP Logged)
17 October, 2017 06:20
8:15 or 8:45 for Nigel's talk? It says 8:45 on the supporters club website and the other post on here

Re: A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
17 October, 2017 06:50
Talks will start at at 7.45pm. Timings after that are approximate depending on questions etc. But Nigel could start from 8.15pm. Other posts being corrected.

Re: A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
paulg_chief (IP Logged)
18 October, 2017 06:45
It was very interesting listening to Nigel's background and weekly routine. He clearly enjoys what he does immensely and it comes through when he talks, on and off the radio. Already looking forward to the next book.

Re: A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
OggyMan (IP Logged)
18 October, 2017 20:00
Anyone who has not got one of his books yet can get one from the Club Shop. It is a great way to remember Chiefs' best season yet.

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