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A Week in the Life of a Sports Reporter
Posted by: Exeter Chiefs Supporters' Club
Date: 06/10/2017 18:27
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.

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