EXETER CHIEFS Aussie ace: Champions can kick on

Exeter Chiefs logoExeter Chiefs new scrum half Nic White is hoping Exeter Chiefs can kick-on at Worcester on Friday after beating London Irish 37-3 on his home debut for the defending Premiership champions.

“We concentrated a lot this week on defence and I thought our defence won us the game today,” said the 27-year-old Australian international, who swapped life in France with Montpellier this summer for a new start in Devon.


EXETER CHIEFS driven by different desire - Steenson

Exeter Chiefs Rugby crest/logo/badgeGareth Steenson insists Exeter Chiefs are a much different outfit to a year ago as they gear up for tomorrow’s Aviva Premiership Final against table topping Wasps at Twickenham (1430ko).

Rob Baxter’s side booked a return trip to English Rugby HQ by sinking reigning Premiership and European champions Saracens 18-16 in a pulsating encounter in front of 12,436 at Sandy Park.


Nowell, Slade and Cowan-Dickie commit to Exeter Chiefs

Exeter Chiefs logoEngland international stars Jack Nowell, Luke Cowan-Dickie and Henry Slade have signed new three-year contracts with Exeter Chiefs.

All products of the club’s highly successful Academy set-up, the trio have risen through the ranks to establish themselves as leading lights within English rugby’s top flight, the European and international stage.


EXETER CHIEFS continue incredible rugby journey

Exeter Chiefs crestExeter Chiefs first Aviva Premiership final against Saracens at Twickenham today (1500ko) is not the end of a journey but merely the start according to head coach Rob Baxter.

Chiefs head to the capital along with a travelling tribe of thousands of supporters today.


EXETER CHIEFS international ace Slade "fit for selection"

EXETER CHIEFS club crestExeter and England international rugby star Henry Slade is in line for a sensational return to action when Chiefs host Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva Premiership on Saturday (1500ko).

Slade has been sidelined since early December after he was stretchered off with a broken leg and ankle ligament damage during Chiefs’ 41-21 victory over Wasps at the Ricoh Arena.


EXETER CHIEFS experienced lock Parling "we go again"

Exeter Chiefs logoExeter head coach Rob Baxter and highly experienced lock Geoff Parling believe Chiefs must learn quickly from their 14-11 home defeat by top of the table Saracens ahead of next Saturday's clash at Sale.

Baxter said: "We've only come up a little bit short.


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