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Re: 'The Chopper'
Posted by: Mark Smith NCJ Media
Date: 25/09/2017 19:44
Quite a bit of national media interest this week.

The Telegraph have interviewed DTH today

The Times are speaking to Wells, Welch and Walder on Wednesday (all the Ws!)

The Mail are meeting Deano and Mark Wilson

BT were up today speaking to Wilson, Deano and Wardy

The Rugby Paper have a piece with Mark Wilson and Chris Harris in their next edition

Bobby Vickers was live on BBC Newcastle's sports show tonight

Mark Wilson has spoken to the Carlisle paper today

Shame the Chronicle website now has a stated policy of no rugby at all on its website (sadly a true story) but there'll still be stuff in the print versions.

Plus, we've got a cracking match programme lined up on Friday. Will Witty is the main interview, but it's worth buying just to read Harrison Orr's piece with Dave Walder. Absolute journalistic gold!

Cheers
Smithy

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