Chiefs side to face Worcester Warriors

Authored by Mark Stevens
Posted: Fri, 02/09/2018 - 2:24pm

Rob Baxter says his Exeter Chiefs side are facing a pivotal month ahead as they look to strength their position at the summit of the Aviva Premiership. The reigning champions head into tomorrow’s Round 14 battle against visiting Worcester Warriors at Sandy Park (2pm), looking to build on their five-point advantage over next-best Saracens at the top of the table. Having used the past fortnight in the Anglo-Welsh Cup to not only recharge a number of his frontline stars, Baxter has also seen others first-team stars come to the fore as Devon’s finest progressed into the last four of the...

Exeter Chiefs open new X-ray room with a jungle-style makeover

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Wed, 01/24/2018 - 11:57am

Stars from the Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club officially opened a newly refurbished paediatric X-ray room at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital recently.

The room has been given a jungle-style makeover so it is more friendly and welcoming for children thanks to a fundraising campaign led by Radiology staff and the support of digital imaging company Agfa HealthCare.

It is the second room to receive a makeover as a result of the RD&E’s Big Raise for Little Rays campaign.

The campaign successfully funded the £5,000 refurbishment the first X-ray room with a submarine...

Chiefs side to face Glasgow Warriors

Authored by Mark Stevens
Posted: Fri, 01/19/2018 - 2:25pm

The maths are simple, win or bust!

Exeter Chiefs know nothing less than victory will be enough for them as they look to qualify for the last eight of this season’s European Champions Cup.

Tomorrow, the reigning English champions head North of the Border for their final Pool 3 assignment of the season against Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun (1pm).

Having propelled themselves back into contention with last weekend’s six-try, 41-10 victory over Montpellier at Sandy Park, Rob Baxter’s side know they will have to reproduce a similar performance, if not better, to over the...

Exeter College apprentice selected for England U20s

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Thu, 01/11/2018 - 10:17am

Stand out Apprentice Joe Snow of Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club has been selected to play in the England under 20s squad. 19 year old Joe has been part of the prestigious Exeter Rugby Club Academy & Exeter College Apprentice scheme for the past 2 years.

The Apprenticeship scheme that Exeter College offers is an ideal arrangement for Joe who can still achieve his Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence whilst training, playing at the club and gaining invaluable experience.

Playing at the Exeter Chiefs has given Joe the opportunity to work day in day out with some of the...

The Hospiscare Men’s Walk: Back for 2018

Authored by Hospiscare
Posted: Sat, 01/06/2018 - 6:55pm

Put your best foot forward! Don’t delay and sign up for the Men’s Walk 2018 – that’s the message from Hospiscare. The 2017 event was a sell-out success, so would-be walkers are being urged to sign up as soon as possible so as not to miss out on a place on next year’s walk.

The walk, which will take place on Saturday, 17 March in Exeter, will follow a new 7-mile route starting and ending at the Double Locks canal-side pub. To keep spirits high there will be live entertainment and refreshments along the way.

Following the walk, participants will enjoy a pint and a pasty and...

Men's Walk 2018

Event Date: 
17/03/2018 - 10:45am to 5:00pm
Double Locks Pub, Canal Banks, Exeter, EX2 6LT

Men! Join forces and tackle a 7 mile sponsored walk which returns to the Double Locks pub, supporting your local hospice charity, Hospiscare. Starting and finishing from The Double Locks pub, you will walk a new linear route along the picturesque Exe Valley Way and River Exe to the Millers Crossing Bridge and back, with live music and refreshments along the way. You will be welcomed back to Double Locks with a pint and a pasty while you enjoy the Six Nations England V Ireland match shown on 6 large LED screens, within our EXCLUSIVE & FURTHER EXTENDED Hospiscare Six Nations bar. In...

6 Nations Super Saturday Screening

Event Date: 
17/03/2018 - 11:30am to 9:00pm
Sandy Park, Exeter

Enjoy screenings of the final three games of this year’s NatWest 6 Nations at Sandy Park, with match day punditry from members of the Exeter Chiefs playing squad and coaching staff. Guests will enjoy three world-class games of rugby and listen to pre and post match analysis from our panel of experts plus the chance to with Chiefs prizes in our sweepstake competitions. Doors open at 11:30am and a hot lunch is included with your ticket.

The games are:

  • Italy v Scotland KO 12:30
  • England v Ireland KO 14:45
  • Wales v France KO 17:00


Win Exeter Chiefs v Leinster Rugby tickets

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Tue, 12/05/2017 - 6:49am

Congratulations to our winner, Nicky Brooks, whose name was drawn from the correct entries.

The correct answer to the question ‘When did the Exeter Chiefs first move into the Sandy Park Stadium?’ is of course 2006.

Thank you to everyone who entered.


Exeter Chiefs will go head-to-head with Leinster Rugby, on Sunday (10 December) at 5.30pm, in the third round of the Champions Cup – and we have FOUR tickets to giveaway!

We are offering one lucky reader the opportunity to win FOUR tickets to the match at the Sandy Park...

Chiefs side to face Bath

Authored by Mark Stevens
Posted: Fri, 12/01/2017 - 3:38pm

It’s a result that still irks one or two at Sandy Park, but it was to prove a pivotal moment in Exeter’s title-winning campaign last season.

Having controlled large parts of their home encounter with Bath last October, the Chiefs were subsequently floored by a crafty sucker punch from their Westcountry rivals, when Fijian flyer Semesa Rokoduguni strolled over for a winning try deep into added on time.

It was a bitter pill to swallow for Rob Baxter’s side in the immediate aftermath. However, it would be the last time he and his side would taste defeat on home soil in the...

Premiership Rugby champion, Jack Yeandle, returns to his QE roots

Authored by QueenElizabeth
Posted: Thu, 11/30/2017 - 9:01am

On Monday 27th November, Premiership Rugby star and Ex QE Student, Jack Yeandle came back to Queen Elizabeth’s School in Crediton to deliver a Rugby Masterclass.

As part of QE’s afterschool Rugby Club, Jack led the session with QE’s Rugby stars of the future. Jack also reminisced about the start of his Rugby playing career representing QE. Students found it fascinating to hear him speak of the last game that he played for the school, on the Barnfield pitch against Torrington school, as a Full back rather than his current position as a hooker!

Colin Skinner, PE Team leader...