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Exeter Chiefs chairman Tony Rowe OBE says it's testament to the 'fantastic backing' the club receive from its loyal supporters that season ticket sales have risen again ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.
Harry Williams insists Exeter Chiefs can ill afford to dwell on the disappointment of defeat in May’s Premiership Final against Saracens.
In glorious weather, young people from across Devon and Cornwall shone brightest at the South West Rotary Youth Games finals at Dawlish on Saturday 7 July.
A group of intrepid Aussie cricketers are due to set foot in Devon ready for a second gritty Ashes series against the bustling might Broadclyst Cricket Club, who play at the Killerton Estate, just outside Exeter. The one day, 44 over series starts on Sunday 1st July at 1pm, and concludes with the second game on Saturday 7th July.
Rob Baxter says he and his Exeter Chiefs squad should relish what is another ‘exciting’ Heineken Champions Cup pool for the upcoming season.
Low signs new Chiefs deal
Low signs new Chiefs deal
Moray Low says he’s ‘excited’ about the year ahead after agreeing terms on a new one-year contract with the Exeter Chiefs. The Scottish international will take his stay at Sandy Park into a fifth year, having moving to the Premiership outfit from former club Glasgow Warriors in 2014.
Weeks and months in the planning, Exeter Chiefs know it’s ‘do or die’ for them now in their quest to retain their Aviva Premiership crown.
Santiago Cordero says he is “excited” about what lies ahead for him at Sandy Park after he today agreed terms on a new one-year deal with the Exeter Chiefs.
Limited Hospitality places are now available for our play-off semi final against Lincoln City on Thursday 17th May with a 7:45pm kick off.
Ali Hepher has dismissed talk that Exeter Chiefs will be coasting their way through tomorrow's final round of the Aviva Premiership away to Harlequins at The Stoop (4pm).
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