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Richard H Griffiths

Journalism Student

Location icon United Kingdom

Studying BA (Hons) Broadcasting, Journalism and Media Communications at Wrexham Glyndwr University.


NWN Media / We Are Chester / Wrexham F.C. / Radio Glan Clwyd and Promo work for a local cycling club

Radio Show 18 Dec 16 by Welshmapleleaf

Recording of my radio show broadcast 18 December 2016. Listen live every Sunday from 7-10pm GMT, on 1287am locally, or online via the TuneIn app - search for RADIO GLAN CLWYD

Media Corner Richard Griffiths looks ahead

Next Tuesday evening sees us entertain high-flying Bristol Rovers in the return fixture which saw us on the wrong end of a 1-0 score line in early September at the Memorial Stadium. The Rovers can trace their history back to September of 1833, when they were formed as the result of a meeting of five young men in a restaurant in the Eastville part of the city.

Wrexham AFC GRIMSBY TOWN A View From The Media Corner

A View From The Media Corner Image by: Media Team Grimsby Pelham, as they were originally known, were formed in 1878. As so often at that time, the local cricket club were looking for an off-season activity, and so the football club was born.

Second spot is target for Lakesiders

A LOFTY position could be Bala Town's reward if they are successful this weekend, writes RICHARD GRIFFITHS. While revenge will be at the back of the Lakesiders' minds, that won't be the chief target at Maes Tegid on Friday night.

Webby's Grand target

A NORTH Wales sportsman is hoping to secure another grand day out, writes RICHARD GRIFFITHS. Denbigh darting star Mark Webster hopes his year will see an upturn in fortunes when he travels to Wigan to compete in the PDC Grand Slam wildcard qualifier tournament next week.

Wrexham AFC A View From The Media Corner FOREST GREEN ROVERS

A View From The Media Corner Image by: Media Team As I listened to the ex-Wrexham manager, Dean Saunders speak to BT Sport, before our magnificent win over Cheltenham, the conversation turned to what it takes to get a team out of the National League. 'Deano', like so many others, pointed to money.

Lakesiders chief sets his side a 28-point target

COLIN Caton has set his Bala Town players a target to ensure they are in the Welsh Premier League top-six come the mid-season split, writes RICHARD GRIFFITHS. The Lakesiders' boss is challenging his side to reach 28 points to ensure the men from Maes Tegid make it into the top-six for the second round of matches, which will begin in February.

A Euro challenge for the Lakesiders

THE Lakesiders can qualify for Europe. That's the message from Bala Town boss Colin Caton, who has guided his charges up to second spot in the Welsh Premier League standings. Bala's long march along the road to Europe started to take shape with Friday night's brilliant thrashing of Aberystwyth Town.

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