Exeter Rugby Club

Rugby comes to the races at Exeter’s April evening meeting

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Posted: Tue, 04/23/2013 - 2:02pm

Rugby comes to the races at Exeter Racecourse next Tuesday (April 30) with its first evening meeting of the season staged in conjunction with the Exeter Chiefs.

The Chiefs’ long serving hooker, Neil Clark, has made over 150 appearances for the club and he’s been honoured with a testimonial year.

As part of the year-long activities being held in his honour, he’ll be at the racecourse along with his team mates including captain Tom Hayes, New Zealand Maori Hoani Tui, full back Luke Arscott and Wales international Craig Mitchell.

Racing kicks off at 5.35pm with the...

Final day clash against Gloucester is a sell-out for Chiefs

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Posted: Mon, 04/22/2013 - 12:53pm

Exeter Chiefs can confirm that the club's final Aviva Premiership game of the 2012/13 season has now officially sold out.

The final few tickets for the game, which will be held on Saturday 4 May (2.30pm) were snapped up by supporters just after 10am at Sandy Park.

Rob Baxter's side, who defeated London Wasps 37-24 at Adams Park on Sunday, will head into the final day knowing victory over the visiting Cherry & Whites will guarantee them a spot in next season's Heineken Cup.

Bath, who are also battling it out for the final Cup placing alongside the Chiefs, face a...

Chiefs on top form against London Wasps

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Posted: Sun, 04/21/2013 - 6:48pm

London Wasps 24 - Exeter Chiefs 37

On the day when 35,000 runners took to the streets of London for the annual marathon, Exeter Chiefs showed little sign of fatigue as they produced arguably their best display of the season to keep alive their hopes of Heineken Cup rugby again next season.

While hosts London Wasps withered in the heat of a pulsating battle, Rob Baxter’s men duly rose to the occasion claiming maximum reward from an oustanding display at Adams Park. Tries from Jack Yeandle, Jack Nowell, Damian Welch and Haydn Thomas, together with 17 points from the boot of...

Chiefs side to face London Wasps

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Posted: Fri, 04/19/2013 - 12:26pm

Rob Baxter knows the rewards of another hard year in the Aviva Premiership are within his side's grasp as his Exeter Chiefs squad prepare to travel to London Wasps in their penultimate game of the season on Sunday (2pm).

Four wins in their last five top flight fixtures have helped propel the Chiefs into the all-important top six as the battle for qualification in next season's Heineken Cup reaches boiling point.

Entering into this weekend's fixtures, the Chiefs hold a slender advantage over both Bath (2 points) and Wasps (3 points) for the final European spot - and Baxter...

Naqelevuki signs new two-year contract with the Chiefs

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Posted: Thu, 04/18/2013 - 4:24pm

Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter has spoken of his delight after it was confirmed today that Fijian international Sireli Naqelevuki has committed his future to the Aviva Premiership club.

The 32-year-old back follows the lead of a number of his current club-mates in agreeing a new two-year contract.

Naqelevuki, who joined the Chiefs in the summer of 2010 from South African Super Rugby outfit, the Stormers, has settled well to life in England and has been a prominent figure in helping the Devon club cement their place amongst English rugby’s top clubs.

A ferocious...

Slade's hungry for more following his first taste of Aviva Premiership action

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Posted: Wed, 04/17/2013 - 4:50pm

Having been given his first taste of Aviva Premiership action at the weekend, Exeter Chiefs youngster Henry Slade says he is keen to sample more over the remaining few weeks of the season. The talented fly-half was handed his top flight debut when he came off the bench during the second half of Exeter's 27-6 home win over London Irish. It was indeed a special moment for the 20-year-old, who with his first Premiership touch came within a whisker of marking his big day with a first-ever try. Sadly, it was not to be for Slade as referee Martin Fox adjudged his charge for the line had been...

Final run-in excites Exeter Chiefs' Chris Whitehead

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Posted: Fri, 04/05/2013 - 2:56pm

Hooker Chris Whitehead believes having sampled the delights of the Heineken Cup this season, Exeter Chiefs are desperate to make sure they are lining up alongside Europe's elite clubs again next season. With just three league games remaining for the Devon outfit, the race to be amongst the top six in this season's Aviva Premiership is hotting up nicely. The Chiefs - alongside Gloucester, Bath and London Wasps - occupy the four next-best berths outside of the play-off zone and Whitehead says the challenge over the final weeks of another highly competitive campaign is to ensure nothing is...

Chiefs launch 2013/14 Season Tickets

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Posted: Thu, 04/04/2013 - 10:36am

Often regarded as the hottest ticket in town, today marks the official launch of the Exeter Chiefs Season Tickets for the 2013/14 campaign.

By signing up to a Season Ticket at Sandy Park, not only do you guarantee your place for another fantastic year of Aviva Premiership, Anglo-Welsh and European competition, but you will also save up to 18% on normal match-day ticket prices.

As the region’s Premier sporting club, a season ticket with the Chiefs – who were recently voted as having the best match-day experience following a survey by Premiership Rugby – will ensure you not...

Exeter Chiefs' Ewers set for the challenge ahead

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Posted: Thu, 04/04/2013 - 10:28am

Dave Ewers believes the final three games of this season’s Aviva Premiership represent a “massive challenge” to the Exeter Chiefs as they look to seal a place amongst the division’s top six sides. With important clashes against London Irish (home), London Wasps (away) and Gloucester (home) remaining for the Devon club, Ewers knows the battle for Heineken Cup qualification next season is set to go to right to the wire. However, buoyed by Saturday’s late 24-18 victory over Worcester Warriors at Sixways, Rob Baxter’s side have certainly positioned themselves nicely for the top flight’s final...

Chiefs in "good nick" says Rob Baxter

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Posted: Mon, 04/01/2013 - 11:57am

Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter believes his side are in “good nick” as the race to secure a place in the top six of this season’s Aviva Premiership hots up.

Dean Mumm’s first try for the Chiefs ensured the Devon club picked up their third top flight win in four games with a hard fought 24-18 victory over Worcester Warriors at Sixways.

With just two minutes remaining, the Aussie international found his way over from close range to seal a vital four points for Baxter’s men and condemn their opponents to another late defeat.

Although the Chiefs – who scored...

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