Exeter Foundation Sportsman's Dinner Thursday 20th March - Sandy Park from 7pm
What promises to be an entertaining evening with special guest speaker, former Scotland International and British & Irish Lion Doddie Weir
For more information visit www.doddieweir.com
Comedy on the night will be from winner of TV's 'Stand Up Britain' comedian Lea Roberts . With a sporting background in professional rugby league, Lea is the perfect choice for some after dinner laughs!
Visit www.learoberts.co.uk for further information
Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter hopes to see a different side to his team after insisting tomorrow's visit of London Irish in the Aviva Premiership is a "must-win" encounter (3pm).
With just one win in their last eight top flight fixtures, Baxter has seen his side slip from top four hopefuls to that of a team now positioned in eighth spot, some nine points adrift of sixth-placed Sale Sharks.
However, the Chiefs leader is hoping this weekend's return to home comforts against the visiting Exiles will help to re-ignite his side's chances.
Join us on Friday 14th March for our fourth b2b Business Breakfast
Begin your morning with a hearty breakfast at the home of the Exeter Chiefs with guest speaker, Economy & Tourism Manager at Exeter City Council, Victoria Hatfield discussing plans for the Rugby World Cup 2015 & businesses in Exeter
The morning will begin with networking from 8.15am followed by a full English breakfast at 8.30am. Our speaker will commence at 9.00am finishing up at 9.45am
Join us at Sandy Park for our spring Wedding Fair on Sunday 23rd February 2014 Between 11am and 3pm the Exeter Suite will be showcasing an extensive range of local wedding suppliers where we also invite you to visit our Chiefs Suite set up for a Civil Ceremony & Wedding Breakfast. Our dedicated Events Team will be on hand to assist you with every detail of your big day & for you to find out more about Sandy Park's unique wedding packages
Entry is free for all guests with a complimentary glass of bubbly, canapés &...
There’s plenty to get excited about in February for rugby fans, as Europe’s greatest league kicks off again.
Odds are already available for several of the upcoming games, so here’s a look at how the bookies are rating the teams for the first couple of encounters. Remember that, with the big betting firms keen to attract new players, there are plenty of offers out there if you know where to look. Some comparison sites offer a really simple free bet checker so you’ll know you’ve got the best value available on the day.
Ricky Pellow says Exeter Chiefs will look to attack from the outset when they face rivals Bath in Sunday's LV= Cup battle at the Recreation Ground (1pm).
A 19-5 win over holders Harlequins - courtesy of a Sireli Naqelevuki try and 14 points from the boot of Ceri Sweeney - gave the Chiefs the ideal start to their domestic cup campaign at Sandy Park a week ago.
Now, though, the Devon club will make the short trek up the M5 this weekend not only looking to maintain their winning formula, but at the same time record a first win over their hosts since 1978.
The New York Times have praised the Exeter Chiefs in a glowing article crediting the Heineken Cup side as 'the first outsider in a generation to truly crack the closed circle at the top of the English game".
Following the Chiefs' clinical performance against Cardiff last weekend and today's narrow defeat to Glasgow, they currently sit at the top of Pool 2 and are poised to capitalise on their second shot at success in Europe. The New York Times described Exeter's performance against their Welsh opponents last Sunday as the "result of the round".
Head coach Rob Baxter has delivered a glowing tribute to younger brother Richard, just days before he pulls on an Exeter Chiefs jersey for the final time. Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash at home to Gloucester will see the 34-year-old notch up his 431st and last appearance for the Devon club, some 16 years after he made his first team debut in an away fixture at Fylde. It is, according to the Chiefs boss, an “incredible story” and one which underlines the impact the talented back-row forward has had on his hometown club. This weekend, though, the curtain comes down on a glittering...
Chiefs came into this match knowing what a strong outfit Devonport are, fully deserving their top spot in the shield competition. This would turn out to be a classic rugby match between the top two teams.
Devonport started very well, their lads physically bigger than Chiefs but not as efficient or fast. The visitors were awarded early penalties but were unable to put any points on the board. After ten minutes and following a breakdown at a Devonport scrum, Chiefs secured the ball and quickly moved it along the back line for Stefan...