Cordero extends his stay at Exeter Chiefs

Cordero extends his stay at the Chiefs

Exeter Chiefs Director of Rugby, Rob Baxter, has spoken of his delight after it was confirmed Facundo Cordero has agreed a contract extension with the reigning English and European champions.

The 22-year-old joined the Chiefs in July of last year, following in the footsteps of older brother Santiago, who enjoyed two highly successful seasons at Sandy Park, scoring 10 tries in 33 appearances.

Cordero – who can play at full-back or on the wing – made his debut for the Chiefs in last season’s Gallagher Premiership game away to Saracens.

Since then, he has featured...

History of the Indian Cricket Council

Imperial Cricket Conference, 1909-1963

The governing body of world cricket, which currently has 105 countries as members, started with some cautious moves. Abe Bailey, President of the South African Cricket Association, wrote a letter to F.E. Lacey, Secretary of the MCC, on November 30, 1907. Bailey was on his way home after accompanying the South African team sponsored by a fantasy sports company on their tour of England.

Bailey proposed the establishment of an "Imperial Cricket Board." The Board's function will be to draft a set of rules and regulations that would...

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Exeter Chiefs’ stars surprise children and families with storytime session at local hospice

Gallagher Premiership rugby players Joe Simmonds, Jack Maunder and Tom O’Flaherty delighted families from Children’s Hospice South West, surprising them at an evening story time session.

Keen to give back to the local community, the Exeter Chiefs players popped up unexpectedly via Zoom to read bedtime stories to children with life-limiting conditions and their families who are cared for by their local hospice, as well as bereaved families who still have strong links with their hospice. The children and their families were treated to a reading of Jack Maunder’s motivational kids’...

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Exeter Chiefs tackle climate change with Kensa Heat Pumps

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Fri, 03/12/2021 - 9:32pm

Kensa Heat Pumps , the south west’s largest low carbon heating employer, has joined forces with Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club , the south west’s leading sports team, as an Official Supporter for the 2021/22 Gallagher Premiership Rugby season.

Headquartered in Cornwall, but with offices minutes from Sandy Park in Exeter, Kensa Heat Pumps is the UK’s leading manufacturer, supplier and installer of ground source heat pumps, a renewable technology that delivers low cost and low carbon heating to properties across the UK. The Kensa Heat Pumps name will appear on the back of the Chief’s...

Are Manchester City gearing up for a record-breaking season?

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Wed, 03/10/2021 - 7:33pm

Up until last weekend’s surprising defeat to rivals Manchester United, most people assumed Man City would go the rest of the domestic season without dropping points. That's how imperious they’ve been since a shaky start to the campaign.

Pep Guardiola’s men shouldn’t be underestimated, not when they’ve hit targets other Premier League clubs have failed to reach, yet something about the way they are dominating football feels special. It feels as if they are gearing up for a record-breaking season that will live long in the memory when Guardiola, Raheem Sterling, and Kevin De Bruyne...

Offsite construction giants Sigmat agree sponsorship deal with Exeter Chiefs Rugby

Authored by PaulaBrown1
Posted: Wed, 03/10/2021 - 9:37am

Light gauge steel frame specialists Sigmat have announced their partnership with Devon based premiership rugby team the Exeter Chiefs.

The Leeds based firm will be one of the team’s official sponsors for the 2021/22 season.

Sigmat, who are currently working on the construction of a high-profile Marriot Hotel on the club’s Sandy Park site, said they were ‘keen to put something back into the local community’ and saw the opportunity to sponsor the Chiefs as an ideal way to support grass roots rugby as clubs start to emerge from the pandemic.

Sigmat CEO Mark Eburne...

Champion Hurdle set to be a thrilling curtain-raiser for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Tue, 03/09/2021 - 11:30am

After weeks and weeks of anticipation, there are just seven days to go until the 2021 Cheltenham Festival gets underway and horse racing fans across the country settle down on their sofas and armchairs to feast their eyes on four days of top-quality racing.

The opening day of the Festival features the Champion Hurdle as its showpiece, and this year’s edition of the race is set to be incredibly exciting. There is a plethora of potential winners for the two-mile, half-a-furlong race, with punters scrutinising over the Champion Hurdle odds to try and determine where the value lies...

4 common electric golf trolley problems and how to fix them

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Mon, 03/08/2021 - 6:04am

It’s no secret that electric golf trolleys are an advanced piece of kit for the keen golfer, allowing you to move around the green at your leisure, without putting any unnecessary strain on your body.

But, just like any piece of technical equipment, your electric golf trolley can suffer issues and run into problems. The good news is that many of these technical hitches can be fixed, and today we’re going to take you through 4 of the most common golf trolley issues, and what you can do to solve them.

But first – why do electric golf trolleys break?

The truth is...

National Hunt Chase or Gold Cup conundrum for Royale Pagaille’s connections

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Thu, 03/04/2021 - 6:57am

The Cheltenham Festival is just around the corner, and whilst us punters are away getting lost in the form guides and scouring the internet for the best Cheltenham odds today , the top owners and trainers will be deep in discussions about the best possible entries for their prized assets. The connections making the right decision is the difference between winning and losing at Prestbury Park, and even for an owner as esteemed as Rich Ricci there are difficult calls to make.

Perhaps the largest predicament the American businessman faces ahead of this year’s Festival is what race...

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Carparison announce sponsorship deal with European Cup champions Exeter Chiefs

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 03/03/2021 - 10:46pm

Carparison are delighted to confirm that they will be sponsoring reigning English and European champions Exeter Chiefs for the duration of the 2021/22 campaign. The news follows the announcement that director of rugby Rob Baxter OBE has joined the Exeter-based leasing broker as a Brand Ambassador.

Carparison are pleased to reveal that they will also provide player sponsorship for Exeter Chiefs and England prop Harry Williams, as well as Exeter Chiefs Women and England centre Lauren Cattell.

Williams, who has been part of England’s Six Nations squad this season, has been...

Exeter Winner Bravemansgame Bids for Ballymore Glory at Cheltenham Festival

Authored by Sam Richards
Posted: Tue, 03/02/2021 - 10:52am

Racehorse trainer Paul Nicholls has had a magnificent season with his runners, and will be looking to cap it off with strong showings at the spring jumps festivals. Among a strong Cheltenham team representing his Ditcheat stables is the improving Bravemansgame.

Little did anyone know that when this horse won an Exeter novice hurdle in November, he would go on to make rapid further progress. A recruit from the Irish point-to-point scene, Bravemansgame joined Nicholls and ran in some very competitive National Hunt Flat races at Ascot during the winter of 2019.

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