Exeter Chiefs


EXETER Chiefs scrum-half Jack Maunder could be excused for feeling miffed right now. After playing a huge hand in Chiefs’ Premiership title success last season and being capped on England’s subsequent tour of Argentina, the 20-year-old home-grown pivot has tasted just 21 minutes of league action this season – in the first game at Gloucester! …

THERE will be four Exeter Chiefs players and three from Bath Rugby in England’s matchday squad for their opening Nat West Six Nations clash of the season against Italy on Sunday. Sam Simmonds will start his first-ever Six Nations clash at number eight as we wins his fourth cap in the back-row, whilst Chiefs’ team-mates …

RUGBY star Jack Nowell is raising a glass to the RNLI in a new fund-raising campaign – after helping raise thousands for the charity last year. The England winger is a Royal National Lifeboat Institution Ambassador. The Exeter Chiefs star has been drafted into England’s Six Nations squad and has put his name down for …

EXETER Chiefs have signed Argentina International, Santiago Cordero, on a deal until the end of the season. The 24 year-old, who can play either wing or full-back, has been capped 33 times by his country and is set for his first taste of club rugby outside of his homeland, having joined the reigning Aviva Premiership …

EXETER Chiefs centre, Henry Slade, has received a blow with the news that he will miss ‘at least’ the first four weeks of England’s Six Nations campaign with a niggling shoulder problem. The 24 year-old picked up the injury during Exeter Chiefs’ 28-21 European Champions Cup defeat at Glasgow Warriors last weekend and will be …

Gloucester United will host Exeter Braves tonight (7:30pm) in the Premiership Rugby A League at Royal Wootton Bassett RFC. Exeter Braves will be looking to finish 2017 strongly and keep their position as leaders of the Southern Conference. Unbeaten in the league so far, Exeter Braves have put on a dominant showing this season with …

Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter said the defeat in Leinster had highlighted how much the mistakes you make and a lack of accuracy can hurt you. Exeter led 17-3 in the first half, but they allowed that advantage to slip away as Leinster made it back-to-back wins against the English champions. “I was …

Four Bath tries in the final 14 minutes rather took the gloss off what had been an outstanding Exeter Chiefs performance as they stretched their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership table to eight points. Bath, who turned up at Sandy Park in third place in the table and with only one defeat …

League Tables

Premiership
P
Team
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts.
1Exeter22170563043886
2Saracens22160664444078
3Gloucester22131858751568
4Northampton221101159052156
5Harlequins221001254452856
6Bath221021048148056
7Sale22112946250455
8Wasps221001248355251
9Bristol22911250358051
10Worcester22901349155746
11Leicester22701547863241
12Newcastle Falcons22601639554131
12London Irish22301938565122
Championship
POS
TEAM
P
W
D
L
F
A
BP
PTS
1London Irish2220028353401999
2Ealing2217057335031886
3Bedford Blues2213096326031769
4Jersey Reds22120105544421563
5Cornish Pirates22100125565071959
6Yorkshire Carnegie22110114755491155
7Nottingham22101115085971052
8Coventry2291124976371351
9London Scottish2280144686161143
10Doncaster2280145466171042
11Hartpury RFC227015415634836
12Richmond226016430604933