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Chiefs thankful for local support

Chiefs publicly thank several local companies who stepped forward to help the club with their match-day parking ahead of last Saturday’s Aviva Premiership play-off semi-final with Wasps The post Chiefs thankful for local support appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.

Simon Amor urged to pick Joe Simpson for Olympic showpiece 

Charles Piutau reckons Wasps teammate Joe Simpson is more than capable of making the transition to Sevens rugby for the Rio Olympics. Livewire scrum-half Simpson was one of only six 15-a-side players named in Team GB’s wider 25-man squad by head coach Simon Amor last week. He will have just four events to prove himself […]

Chiefs player cited for kick on Launchbury

Will Chudley, the scrum-half for the Exeter Chiefs has been cited for an apparent kick on Wasps lock Joe Launchbury in Exeter’s Premiership semi-final win on Saturday. Chudley, 28, will appear before a disciplinary panel from the Rugby Football Union tomorrow, and will hope to avoid missing Exeter’s final at Twickenham on Sunday.

Julian Salvi reveals a little too much during cracking Exeter Chiefs effort

Exeter Chiefs beat Wasps 34-23 to reach the Aviva Premiership final, just six seasons after moving up from the Championship. In the second half the Chiefs pushed for forward dominance, and we got to see just a bit too much of flanker Julian Salvi. Australian Salvi was stuck in the back of the maul and as Wasps replacement Ashley Johnson attempted to bind on and counter drive, he got a hold of Salvi’s shorts, lowering them accidentally for an akward few minutes of live TV.

Chudley facing citing charge

Exeter Chiefs scrum-half Will Chudley will appear before an RFU disciplinary panel on Tuesday evening after being cited for allegedly kicking Wasps lock Joe Launchbury The post Chudley facing citing charge appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.

England Saxons squad named for South Africa tour

The squad for England Saxons’ tour to South Africa in June has been announced together with its coaching staff. The 27-man squad to play two tests against South Africa A, will be coached by Exeter Chiefs assistant coach Ali Hepher, assisted by Alan Dickens (Northampton Saints) and Andy Titterrell (Wasps).

‘Pure euphoria’ for Steenson

Exeter’s Gareth Steenson has climbed the ranks with the Premiership finalists and was overjoyed after the semi-final win over Wasps. The post ‘Pure euphoria’ for Steenson appeared first on

Analysis: Two defining moments from the Premiership semi-finals

We examine the moments that set Saracens and Exeter Chiefs en route to victory during Saturday’s Premiership semi-finalsTicket to Twickenham: Dave Ewers celebrates his try against WaspsOne was a straightforward win on an artificial surface in dry conditions, the other a harum-scarum humdinger amid pouring rain …Continue reading »

Exeter Chiefs And Wasps Incredible Show Of Sportsmanship

After yesterday’s Aviva Premiership play-off semi-final, Exeter Chiefs and Wasps perfectly displayed the sportsmanship that rugby is built on… This is rugby…..@ExeterChiefs and @WaspsRugby stars mixing following a pulsating @premrugby game — Exeter Chiefs (@ExeterChiefs) May 21, 2016The post Exeter Chiefs And Wasps Incredible Show Of Sportsmanship appeared first on In The Loose.

Chiefs 34 Wasps 23

Just six years after joining English rugby’s elite, Rob Baxter’s side are now just 80 minutes away from landing the biggest prize in the club’s history The post Chiefs 34 Wasps 23 appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.

Dollman reaping his rewards

Welshman hoping to help guide Chiefs into a first-ever Aviva Premiership Rugby final appearance with victory over visiting Wasps at Sandy Park this weekend The post Dollman reaping his rewards appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.

Who will win the Aviva Premiership?

After a season of many surprises, we have yet again reached the Aviva Premiership play-offs. Four teams will battle it out to lift the Premiership trophy at Twickenham on 28th May. The four teams who will take part this season are Saracens, Exeter Chiefs, Leicester Tigers and Wasps