Land Rover, a Worldwide Partner for Rugby World Cup 2019, is offering one lucky youngster the ultimate rugby experience with the chance to lead out the England team as a Rugby World Cup 2019 mascot in Japan.
The prize includes a four-night trip to Japan for two (winner & chosen guardian), two match tickets, accommodation and return flights. The competition is open to children aged between 7 years and 13 years old.
The competition is open to enter by visiting the Land Rover activation in the West Fan Village between 11.30am and 3.00pm at this year’s Gallagher Premiership...
We are holding a Forces/Services Charity Fun Day at Exeter Saracens RFC which is raising funds for two charities (Pawsome Pensions & Purple Poppy). Our theme is Dress Up Rugby and we have our senior team who will be playing against teams from the forces and services, all wearing a dress along with other side events such as a fun run, and tug of war contest. We have a military band coming and the Cold Stream Guards are bringing a climbing wall. Lots of stalls, bouncy castles and rugby rodeo.
Wilhelm Van Der Sluys has bid an emotional farewell to Exeter Chiefs, bringing to an end his two-season association with the Gallagher Premiership club.
The South African-born forward said his goodbyes to everyone at Sandy Park on Tuesday, before jetting back to his homeland to take up a contract offer with Super Rugby outfit, the Lions.
The 27-year-old was brought to Devon by Chiefs Director of Rugby Rob Baxter in July 2017 from the Kings initially on a one-year deal, but he did enough during that first season to convince Baxter to prolong his stay.
England Women’s Marlie Packer and Lagi Tuima have visited Sandy Park ahead of round four of the Women’s Six Nations where England will take on Italy on Saturday, March 9 (12.05pm).
With over 9,700 tickets currently sold, the upcoming game will be a record breaker in terms of number of tickets sold to a Red Roses’ home fixture outside of a Women’s Rugby World Cup.
As well as meeting with a number of stakeholders from local clubs, universities, colleges and Exeter City Council, Packer and Tuima spent the morning with over 100 girls and the Exeter Chiefs Community department...
Rob Baxter has called on his Exeter Chiefs side to show their 'fighting qualities' when they tackle rivals Gloucester tomorrow night in Round 13 of this season's Gallagher Premiership at Kingsholm (7:45pm).
Over a month has passed since the Chiefs last took to the field in top-flight action - that day they won 14-9 at home to Bristol Bears to maintain their position as the divisional frontrunner - and Director of Rugby Baxter has spoken of the excitement that exists within the camp ahead of this fourth meeting of the season against the Cherry & Whites.
Exeter College’s U18 Academy has once again been invited to represent England Schools and Colleges, competing with teams from around the world, at the prestigious ‘Sanix World Youth Invitational U18 Rugby Tournament’ to be held in Japan this spring.
The event, hosted by the Japan Rugby Union, takes place in Fukuoka from 26th April – 6th May 2019. The Exeter squad is set to take on teams from Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, France and Wales. In total there will be 10 international teams at the tournament competing over a 10-day period.
Rob Baxter’s forward-planning is gathering pace after the Exeter Chiefs Director of Rugby last night confirmed three more of his current squad have agreed new deals with the Gallagher Premiership club.
Long-serving back Phil Dollman, together with centre Ollie Devoto and winger Olly Woodburn, are the latest names to confirm they are extending their stays at Sandy Park.
Dollman – who is celebrating 10 years at the Chiefs this season – has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal, while Devoto and Woodburn have each signed two-year contracts.
Rather than making a new year’s resolution that you break by the end of January, ensure 2019 a year of positive change by taking on new challenges and trying something new. Like playing rugby.
Don’t let your preconceptions put you off, you can do this. Topsham Rugby Club are offering women a less daunting way of broadening their horizons as they encourage women to step out of their comfort zone with a fun introduction to rugby. During the Warrior Camps, women are encouraged to unleash their inner strength and determination as they embrace the challenge of trying a new sport....