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WELCOME ....................................................... 3 DIRECTOR’S VIEWPOINT .................................... 5 CLUB NEWS .................................. 6, 9, 10-11, 15 MATCH REPORTS ......................... 16-17, 30-31, 38 PREMIERSHIP RUGBY CUP REVIEW .............. 20-21 FIXTURES, STATS & RESULTS ......................... 22-23 LET’S GET SOCIAL........................................ 26-27 COACH & STAFF . ............................................ 36 MATCH-BALL SPONSORS ................................. 37 HARLEQUINS MATCH PARTNERS ....................... 39 PREMIERSHIP SHORTS ................................ 40-41 TEAM LINE-UP ........................................... 42-43 2018/19 SQUAD ......................................... 44-48 OPPOSITION ............................................. 52-57 EXETER FOUNDATION ..................................... 61 NIGEL WALROND ........................................... 63 HEAD 2 HEAD ................................................ 67 OUR SPONSORS ............................................ 69 FEATURED PLAYER ...................................... 70-73 JUNIOR CHIEFS .......................................... 76-77 PREMIERSHIP REVIEW ................................ 80-81 MY TEAM MATES ........................................... 83 COMMUNITY NEWS ................................... 86-87 TICKET NEWS . ............................................... 88

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IF YOU CAST YOUR MIND BACK EIGHT YEARS, YOU WILL REMEMBER THAT IT WAS AGAINST BRISTOL THAT WE SEALED OUR PROMOTION INTO THE TOP FLIGHT – AND WHERE OUR FLEDGLING ADVENTURE WITHIN THE PREMIERSHIP BEGAN IN EARNEST. WELCOME

Some three months later, here at Sandy Park, a capacity crowd rocked up for what was our first- ever fixture in English rugby’s top division against visiting Gloucester. It was certainly a day to remember, not just because we had realised our dream of finally dining at the top table, but we marked it with a 22-10 victory that made more than a few people sit up and take note. Fast forward the clock to modern day and here we find ourselves, fresh off the back of a last-gasp victory at Bristol a week ago, sitting top of the Premiership with an unblemished record after seven rounds of battle, heading into a league meeting with Gloucester. In the years that have passed between those respective dates, it’s fair to say a great deal has happened both on and off the field here at the club. No longer are we seen as the divisional underdogs, but instead we are more of a prized scalp for all of our rivals, particularly here on home soil, where our record remains a formidable one. This afternoon, that record will once again be put to the test by a Gloucester side who, it’s fair to say, have themselves started the season strongly. In what is the first of three fixtures between the two clubs in the next month, the chance to lay down a marker in this opening tussle is something both teams will be looking to cement come the final whistle this afternoon. Our form, however, indicates we are in a good place and having utilised the squad fully in recent weeks, I know Rob and his coaching team are looking to push on further and build on what has been such an encouraging start on all fronts. Our unbeaten displays in the defence of the Premiership Rugby Cup have certainly been fruitful, as was last weekend’s last-gasp win at Bristol in the league, but the key factor now is to maintain that momentum by powering through this next block of fixtures.

Away from the club, I’m delighted to also see so many of our players gleaning international experience during the current block of Autumn Test matches. To have five players in the England squad – the biggest contingent from one club – certainly speaks volumes, whilst Sam Skinner’s inclusion for Scotland is another indicator of how our academy system continues to produce players capable of reaching the very top end of the game. Keeping on the international theme, you will no doubt have seen and heard that in the New Year we will once again be hosting two Six Nations fixtures here at Sandy Park. The first will be on Saturday, February 9 when England Under-20s tackle France Under-20s – and that will then be followed with the first-ever visit of the England Women’s team to Devon, when they entertain Italy Women on Saturday, March 9. I do hope as many of you as possible will support these games and once again make Sandy Park and the City of Exeter a fitting host venue for both these games.

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TONY ROWE OBE, H N LLD CHAIRMAN & CHIEF EXECUTIVE EXETER RUGBY CLUB

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DIRECTOR’S VIEWPOINT

GOOD AFTERNOON TO YOU ALL AND WELCOME BACK TO SANDY PARK FOR THIS AFTERNOON’S ROUND 8 FIXTURE IN THE GALLAGHER PREMIERSHIP AGAINST GLOUCESTER.

Today marks part one of a three-part series that will play out between ourselves and Gloucester over the next month. This type of situation is pretty uncommon, simply because it’s rare to draw another Premiership team in your Heineken Champions Cup pool, and rarer still for this to then be the pre-Christmas double header. It creates an interesting challenge for both teams, as not only are we both doing well in the Premiership, but we are both also looking to fight our way out of a very competitive European pool. When looking at the block of games ahead, the most important thing is for us to focus on continually moving forward. This has become a bit of a theme for us, as finding the correct way to deal with wins, losses and draws, as well as transitioning between competitions and moving on through periods of injury and having internationals away, is what will build a successful season. I really can’t fault the squad with how they have managed to achieve this so far this season. We have recently come out of the three rounds of the Premiership Rugby Cup topping our pool with a draw and two wins, using a squad that didn’t include many players from the group who played in the Heineken Champions Cup. Our performances in the last two rounds against strong Bath and Harlequins sides were particularly pleasing – and many players really showed their positive qualities and have genuinely added real competition amongst the playing group. We then moved on again back into the Premiership last week when we visited Bristol Bears. Not re-introducing many senior squad players for the entire three-week Cup period was a bit of a gamble, and could easily have been used by the team as an excuse to under perform. In truth, we did talk about not expecting a faultless display, as this would never happen after a long break, but that we should expect a faultless commitment to trying to win the game.

Certainly, anyone who watched the game will know we made some mistakes, but the way we continually fought back from some difficult situations to drive home the win showed a real full-blooded commitment to winning the game. How hard we can keep driving ourselves to move forward over the coming weeks will be the key to maintaining not only our Premiership form, but also keeping our Heineken Cup hopes alive. It is certainly going to be an interesting challenge! Finally, can I take this opportunity to welcome both David Humphreys and Johan Ackermann, as well as the Gloucester coaches, players, officials and supporters.

All the best, ROB BAXTER DIRECTOR OF RUGBY EXETER RUGBY CLUB B

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HOGG ‘EXCITED’ ABOUT HIS MOVE TO THE CHIEFS

Stuart Hogg says he’s “excited” at the challenge that lies ahead after sealing a move to Gallagher Premiership outfit Exeter Chiefs. The 26-year-old will head to Sandy Park at the start of next season on a two-year deal, bringing to a close a hugely successful spell with Glasgow Warriors. The Scotland and British Lions full-back is Rob Baxter’s first confirmed signing ahead of the 2019/20 season, but his arrival will be seen as significant one for the Devonians. “I’m very excited about the move, it’s a great opportunity for myself and my family,” said Hogg. “Like a lot of people, I’ve seen how the Chiefs have risen over the last few years and I am a big fan of the way they play their rugby. “Obviously, it’s a new challenge for me, but it’s also one that I am very much looking forward to. I’ve spoken to a few people about the club, the people and the area, and all I’ve heard is lots of positives.” Hogg’s arrival is certainly a statement of intent from the Chiefs, but it’s a move Director of Rugby, Rob Baxter, insists is a ‘perfect fit’ for both parties. “We’re delighted Stuart has decided to join us,” said Baxter. “Not only is he an exceptional rugby player, but we feel he brings a whole host of other attributes that we think can help really add to us as a team. “Yes, it’s a statement on our part, but one which is undoubtedly what we want to do – we have to back ourselves fully and that means bringing in players who we feel will take us to that next level. “I’ve no doubt Stuart will be a quality addition to our squad. Not only is he vastly experienced, having played on some of the biggest stages in world rugby, but speaking to him he’s also very ambitious about developing his own game and experiencing new challenges.

“His qualities, particularly in the back-field, his stability and the threat he can pose in terms of counter-attacking – in a lot of ways it’s a perfect fit for both ourselves and for Stuart.”

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CHIEFS HELP ENGLAND TO VICTORY AGAINST JAPAN

Exeter Chiefs quintet Alec Hepburn, Ben Moon, Jack Nowell, Henry Slade and Harry Williams helped England to victory in their latest Quilter Autumn International against Japan at Twickenham last Saturday. Hepburn, Williams and Nowell all started the match, while Moon and Slade came off the bench as Eddie Jones’ side bounced back from their narrow defeat to New Zealand the previous week with a 35-15 win against the Brave Blossoms. Despite taking a third-minute lead through Danny Care’s try, it was the visitors who deservedly took a 15-10 lead into the break thanks to tries from Ryoto Nakamura and captain Michael Leitch. However, some stern words from Jones during the interval appeared to have the desired effect as England hit back powerfully with tries from Mark Wilson, Joe Cokanasiga and Dylan Hartley, plus two George Ford penalties.

England conclude their Autumn Series this afternoon with the visit of Australia to HQ.

SKINNER FEELS FULL FORCE OF THE SPRINGBOKS

Sam Skinner again impressed in the colours of Scotland, but he was unable to prevent them from losing to South Africa in their latest Autumn International at BT Murrayfield. A week after producing a man of the match display on his test debut in the win against Fiji, the Exeter Chiefs forward felt the full force of the Springboks, who were indebted to an 18-point haul from Handre Pollard. The South African playmaker grabbed a try, two conversions and three penalties with Jesse Kriel claiming their other try. Centre Peter Horne and flanker Hamish Watson countered with tries for Scotland, both of which were converted by Greig Laidlaw, who also added two penalties.

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REMEMBERING THE FALLEN

Ahead of the Premiership Rugby Cup clash between Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins, a special service of Remembrance was held on the pitch to commemorate those servicemen and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in battle. The Chiefs match-day squad, along with Chief Executive and Chairman Tony Rowe OBE and Director of Rugby Rob Baxter, each carried a wreath onto the pitch in memory of the 25 former Exeter Rugby Club players killed in battle during World Wars I and II.

Representatives from the Armed Forces, together with officials from Harlequins Rugby Club, also paid their respects by laying wreaths, while Bugler Jason Morris from the Royal Marines sounded both the ‘Last Post’ and ‘Reveille’ during the six-minute service, which was overseen by Club Chaplain, Reverend Simon Atkinson.

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WORLD WAR I G H BICKLEY H J CARRINGTON J H COOK G H CULVERWELL W J EDMONDS W S GOFF S E HUCKLEBRIDGE E JONES M H D PARSONS C E TUDOR-JONES J L VEITCH A H WEBBER WORLD WAR II W CANN H COOMBE P DAVIS The names of the former Exeter Rugby Club players killed in battle:

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N J GALBRAITH A C GOSTLING F J JOB P H LAWLESS W M McGRATH

C M OSMAN G T PALMER A J RADDON H REW M S SMITH

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FRANCIS LOOKING TO PLAY HIS PART AS WELSH TARGET CLEAN SWEEP

Exeter Chiefs prop Tomas Francis will be hoping to play his part as Wales look to make it a clean sweep of victories in the Autumn Test period when they face South Africa in Cardiff today. The talented tight-head has featured in the wins against Australia (9-6) and Tonga (74-24) in the past fortnight, but knows the Springboks will provide them with their toughest test yet. Having started against Australia, Francis was used as a replacement in last weekend’s win against Tonga, who included Chiefs team-mate Onehunga Kaufusi in their match-day squad. Post-game, Wales Head Coach Warren Gatland lauded the impact of his replacements as his side ran in seven tries at the Principality Stadium. “I thought the bench was good again. As a collective group, they should be pretty proud of that. We have spoken in the past about trying to get momentum from the bench and they are really upping it. I thought they made a significant impact,” said Gatland.

EXETER YOUNGSTERS PROVE TOO STRONG FOR NAVY

Exeter Chiefs Academy Coach Gareth Elliott was full of praise for his young side after they brushed aside the Royal Navy Under-23s at Sandy Park. Although falling behind to an early penalty from visiting full-back Jake Hanley, the Chiefs dominated from there on in, running in 13 tries on the night to seal a comprehensive victory. No.8 Paul Davis led the way with a hat trick of tries, while there were doubles for AJ Cant and Jordan Gott, as well as touchdowns for Luke Flack, Joe Snow, James Tait, Danny Martin, Connor O’Shaughnessy and a Penalty Try. Will Trinder and Dino Bozic completed the home side’s scoring with three conversions apiece, while in reply the Navy countered with a converted try on the stroke of half time by centre Brad Janes. Elliott said: “There were some really good performances out there today. It’s good to see our senior academy players get out on the Sandy Park pitch and show their talents in front of some of the coaches watching. “It’s brilliant to see them playing together, they bounce off one another really well, and the other highlight was seeing some of the other guys come in who are out of the system, yet fit in really well, produce a top-quality performance.”

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OVER THE THREE- GAME BLOCK, WE’VE GOT STRONGER GAME BY GAME AND YOU CAN SEE THE GUYS HAVE DEVELOPED AND IMPROVED WEEK BY WEEK.” RICKY PELLOW

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MATCH REPORT SATURDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2018

29 - 13 EXETER CHIEFS

HARLEQUINS

TRIES Capstick, Keast, O’Flaherty, Lawday, J Simmonds

TRY Ward

CONVERSION Smith PENALTIES Smith (2)

CONVERSIONS J Simmonds (2)

LINE-UP J Simmonds; T O’Flaherty, T Hendrickson, S Hill (M Bodilly 69), A Cuthbert (J Short 60); H Skinner, S Townsend (capt, J Maunder 51); B Keast (J Kenny 58), J Innard (E Taione 10), M Street (A Petch 58); M Lees (D Dennis 30), W Van Der Sluys; J Caulfield, J Freeman (R Capstick 20), T Lawday.

LINE-UP R Chisholm (H Cheeseman h/t); C Walker (T Visser 50), A Morris (capt), B Tapuai, C Murley; M Smith, N Saunders (D Lewis h/t); L Boyce (N Auterac 50), E Elia (M Crumpton 54), W Collier (P Swainston 58); M Symons, D Lamb (B Glynn 40); A White, L Wallace (D Ward h/t), A Dombrandt (E Elia 69).

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EXETER CHIEFS 29 T: Capstick, Keast, O’Flaherty, Lawday, J Simmonds

GLOUCESTER 14 T: Banahan, Grobler C: Twelvetrees (2) NORTHAMPTON SAINTS 12 T: Francis. Reinach C: Grayson

C: J Simmonds (2) HARLEQUINS 13 T: Ward C: Smith P: Smith (2)

LEICESTER TIGERS 16 T: Thompson C: Hardwick P: Hardwick (3)

NEWCASTLE FALCONS 22 T: Young, Hammersley, Sinoti C: Hodgson (2) P: Hodgson BATH 7 T: Bayliss C: Davies

SALE SHARKS 18 T: Webber, Penalty P: Du Preez (2)

SARACENS 34 T: Burger, Lewington, Earl, Crossdale (2), Skelton C: Whiteley (2) WORCESTER WARRIORS 22 T: Van Breda, Williams, Hammond, Olivier C: Van Breda

WASPS 19 T: Bassett C: Sopoaga P: Sopoaga (4)

BRISTOL BEARS 30 T: Edwards (2), Malton C: Sheedy (3) P: Sheedy (3)

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POOL 1 TEAM

PLAYED WON DRAW LOST PF PA PTS

Exeter Chiefs

3 3 3 3

2 2 1 0

1 1 0 0

0 76 53 11 0 67 50 10 2 61 71 5 3 44 74 1

Newcastle Falcons

TOP POINTS SCORERS James Grayson

Harlequins

Northampton Saints

26 25 19 19 19 17 16 15 15 14

Bath

Demetri Castrakilis Harlequins

Max Malins

Saracens

POOL 2 TEAM

Callum Sheedy Duncan Weir Brett Connon Joe Simmonds

Bristol Bears

Worcester Warriors Newcastle Falcons

PLAYED WON DRAW LOST PF PA PTS

Worcester Warriors

3 3 3 3

2 2 1 0

0 1 1 0

1 88 49 11 0 78 58 11 1 36 66 6 3 49 78 1

Exeter Chiefs

Saracens

Ross Batty

Bath

Sale Sharks

Zach Kibirigie Lima Sopoaga

Newcastle Falcons

Leicester Tigers

Wasps

TOP TRY SCORERS Ross Batty Zach Kibirigie Max Bodilly Schalk Burger Alex Dombrandt Ryan Edwards

POOL 3 TEAM

Bath

3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

PLAYED WON DRAW LOST PF PA PTS

Newcastle Falcons

Northampton Saints

3 3 3 3

2 2 2 0

0 0 0 0

1 78 52 10 1 75 83 9 1 58 40 9 3 40 76 1

Exeter Chiefs

Bristol Bears

Saracens

Gloucester

Harlequins Bristol Bears

Wasps

Bryce Heem

Worcester Warriors

Francois Hougaard Worcester Warriors

Joel Kpoku

Saracens

Tom O’Flaherty

Exeter Chiefs Exeter Chiefs

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James Short

Francois Van Wyk Northampton Saints

Jack Wilson

Bath

TOP METRES MADE Tom O’Flaherty

Exeter Chiefs

248 218 211 192 180

Matt Gallagher

Saracens

Arron Reed

Sale Sharks Bristol Bears

Ryan Edwards Bryce Heem

Worcester Warriors

TOP TACKLES MADE Josh Caulfield

Exeter Chiefs Exeter Chiefs

57 54 50 44 42 43 39 38 37 37

TomLawday

WilhelmVander Sluys Exeter Chiefs

Callum Chick

Newcastle Falcons

Tom Willis

Wasps

TOP CARRIES MADE Tom Willis

Wasps

Tom Lawday

Exeter Chiefs

Matt Cox

Worcester Warriors

Matt Gallagher Alex Dombrandt

Saracens

Harlequins

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2018/19 FIXTURES, RESULTS & STATS

DATE TIME

OPPONENTS (KO)

COMP RESULT ATT.

17 19.30 A CORNISH PIRATES

F

L 29 - 21 3,000

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18 15.00 H 24 19.30 A

CARDIFF BLUES

F W 38 - 10 9,246

MUNSTER

F

W 0 - 12 5,948

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01 16.30 H LEICESTER TIGERS

GP W 40 - 6 10,452 GP W 31 - 42 13,104 5 GP W 35 - 18 9,073

5

08 14.00 A 15 15.00 H

WASPS

5 5

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SALE SHARKS

21 19.45 A NEWCASTLE FALCONS GP W 17 - 24 7,022 29 15.00 H WORCESTER WARRIORS GP W 28 - 11 9,730

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GP W 24 - 39 14,301 5 ECC D 10 - 10 12,749 ECC L 29 - 25 9,600 PRC D 22 - 22 6,502 PRC W 25 - 18 12,693 PRC W 29 - 13 11,927 GP W 29 - 31 16,776

05 19.45 A 13 15.15 H 20 14.00 A 03 13.00 H 10 13.00 H 18 15.00 A 24 13.00 H 30 19.45 A 08 13.00 H 14 19.45 A 22 15.00 H

BATH

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BATH

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SARACENS GP 28 19.45 A NORTHAMPTON SAINTS GP 05 15.00 H BRISTOL BEARS GP 13 13.00 H CASTRES ECC 19 17.30 A MUNSTER ECC 26 TBC A BRISTOL BEARS PRC 16 TBC A GLOUCESTER GP 23 TBC H NEWCASTLE FALCONS GP 02 TBC A SALE SHARKS GP 09 TBC A WORCESTER WARRIORS GP 23 TBC H BATH GP 06 TBC A LEICESTER TIGERS GP 13 TBC H WASPS GP 27 TBC H HARLEQUINS GP 04 TBC A SARACENS GP 18 TBC H NORTHAMPTON SAINTS GP

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Real tough physical game v @BristolBears. Great effort from the boys to stay in the fight to end & come away with the result. Plenty to work on but delighted to get maximum points. Huge thanks to all the @ExeterChiefs supporters 2day, made for an indredible atmosphere #thetribe. @steeno10 • Nov 18 We love hearing from our fans on Social Media, so please share all your greatest moments with us for the chance to feature in our next programme!

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MATCH REPORT

SUNDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 2018

29 - 31

BRISTOL BEARS

EXETER CHIEFS

TRIES Piutau, Morahan

TRIES Low, Lawday, Cordero, Yeandle, Penalty Try CONVERSIONS Steenson (2), Penalty Try

CONVERSIONS Sheedy (2)

PENALTIES Sheedy (5)

LINE-UP C Piutau (S Bedlow 66); L Morahan, P O’Conor, W Hurrell, R Edwards; C Sheedy, A Uren; Y Thomas (J Woolmore 70), S Malton (T Lindsay 69), J Afoa; E Holmes, A Muldowney; S Luatua (capt, G Smith 44), D Thomas, N Haining (J Joyce 70).

LINE-UP P Dollman; S Cordero, I Whitten, O Devoto, A Cuthbert (S Hill 60); G Steenson, S Townsend (N White 48); M Low (B Keast 66), J Yeandle (capt, E Taione 71), G Holmes (M Street 66); O Atkins (D Dennis 48), M Lees (W Van Der Sluys 60); D Armand, M Kvesic, T Lawday. Replacement (not used): J Simmonds.

Replacements (not used): L Thiede, H Randall, T Eden.

REFEREE G MacDonald

ATTENDANCE 16,776

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WE OVERCAME QUITE A FEW HURDLES OUT THERE, THE BIGGEST OF WHICH WAS TACKLING A BRISTOL TEAM WHO ARE PLAYING VERY WELL.” ROB BAXTER

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57 - 19 EXETER BRAVES

GLOUCESTER UNITED

TRIES J Maunder, Davis, McRae (2), Tuima (2), Kenny, Karea

TRIES Terry, Bartlett, Reeves

CONVERSIONS Skinner (7)

CONVERSIONS Coetzer (2)

PENALTY Skinner

LINE-UP J Snow (L Mehson 66), T O’Flaherty

LINE-UP R Dunn (F Pelser 77), J Morris (A Morgan 60), T Seabrook, J Reeves, H Purdy, D Coetzer (G Barton 60), B Vellacott (C, C Chapman 53), O Atkins (M Falkard 68), T Gleave (J Mullis 49), J Bartlett, C Allen, H Butler, L Ellis-Jones, A Hinkley (D Broady 68), C Terry.

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J Caulfield (C Teague 70), D Ewers (L Pearson 58), S Lonsdale, J McRae.

REFEREE B Russell

ATTENDANCE 916

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MATCH-BALL SPONSOR | Viridor Steve Haines from match-ball sponsor Viridor received a signed ball from Exeter Chiefs duo Moray Low and Nic White.

MAN OF THE MATCH | TomO’Flaherty Exeter Chiefs winger Tom O’Flaherty receives his man of the match award from Karime Hassan, Chief Executive of Exeter City Council, Cllr Peter Edwards, Leader of Exeter City Council and Flybe Chief Executive Christine Ourmieres-Widener. EXETER CHIEFS VS GLOUCESTER 39

PREMIERSHIP SHORTS PREMIERSHIP SHORTS

PROP IDOL AH YOU IS THE TALK OF THE TOON Ulster prop Rodney Ah You has added his vast experience to Newcastle Falcons’ propping ranks, joining the club with immediate effect. The former Ireland international, who turned 30 last month, has 126 Pro 14 appearances to his name, plus a further 31 in Europe. Newcastle Falcons Director of Rugby Dean Richards said: “Rodney has been a proven performer at a high level for a number of years now and he will definitely add to what we already have here. “He fits in with the way we want to play the game, he offers a ball-carrying threat, as well as the nuts and bolts of his set-piece game so I’m delighted to be able to bring him over here.” Born in New Zealand, Ah You made his professional breakthrough as a teenager with Canterbury and appeared for New Zealand Under-20s, heading to Irish province Connacht in 2010. Spending six seasons in Galway and moving provinces to Ulster just over two seasons ago, Ah You has three Ireland caps to his name after playing against Argentina, South Africa and Georgia in 2014.

QUARTET ALL AGREE NEW DEALS WITH BATH Bath’s Anthony Watson, Charlie Ewels, Nathan Catt and Elliott Stooke have all signed new long-term deals with the Gallagher Premiership Rugby club. The news follows Taulupe Faletau, Semesa Rokoduguni, Zach Mercer and Beno Obano all confirming their future remains with the Blue, Black and White. Director of Rugby Todd Blackadder, said: “We have not shied away from the fact that we want to play smart attacking rugby, whilst also developing our own unique style of play. We know we are not there yet. “To re-sign such an exciting group of players is testament to their belief in our direction of travel and the environment we have created here at Bath. “Anthony Watson, Charlie Ewels, Nathan Catt and Elliott Stooke all have fundamental roles to play in our future and we are delighted to have ensured they are a part of it.”

WASPS CONFIRMSIGNING OF CAMPAGNARO Wasps have confirmed the signing of Italian international Michele Campagnaro from Exeter Chiefs. The centre, who will link up with his new team mates after the Autumn Internationals, has signed a deal till the end of the season. The 25-year-old, who has 36 caps and nine international tries to his name, made his Exeter debut in November 2015, before going on to bag nine tries in 27 appearances for the Chiefs. Wasps Director of Rugby Dai Young said: “Michele is an experienced international who predominantly plays at 13, but having also played on the wing and at 15, his versatility will be of huge benefit to the team throughout the season. “He joins us with some real pedigree and we’re looking forward to integrating him into the squad.”

PREMIERSHIP SHORTS

HASKELL FACES SPELL ON SIDELINES AFTER ANKLE SURGERY Northampton Saints have confirmed that James Haskell has undergone surgery for an ankle injury which will require a six to ten-week rehabilitation period. Back-rower Haskell, who has 77 England caps to his name, joined Saints from Gallagher Premiership Rugby rivals Wasps over the summer. And Northampton Director of Rugby Chris Boyd admits it’s a blow being without the flanker for an extended period. Boyd said: “We’re disappointed to lose James but we know he’ll rehab diligently and do everything he can to get back on the training field as soon as possible.”

WYLES HAPPY TO AID SARRIES IN TIME OF NEED Winger Chris Wyles has temporarily come out of retirement to return for Saracens. The 35-year-old came off the bench in Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership home win against Sale Sharks at Allianz Park. Wyles is acting as cover for a number of injuries to other backs and players away on international duty. The former USA international had last played for the club in May’s Premiership final, scoring two tries in Sarries’ 27- 10 victory against Exeter Chiefs. “It’s a bit surreal, but I’m delighted to be back and to have the opportunity to play for Saracens again,” Wyles said.

DIAMOND DELIGHTED TO ADD NEW SHARK AT SALE Sale Sharks have signed South Africa international Jean-Luc du Preez from Super Rugby side Sharks on a three-month deal. The 23-year-old back-row joins the Gallagher Premiership side as cover for Tom Curry who is out with an ankle injury. The deal will see du Preez join his brother Rob at the AJ Bell Stadium, as well as fellow Springbok Faf de Klerk. “Jean-Luc is part of the formidable Sharks back-row in South Africa and can play in all back three positions,” said Sale’s Head Coach Steve Diamond. “He is six foot four and 18 stone, so a powerful athletic lad and he will fit in well with the culture here at Sale and add to the winning mentality we are creating as we gain momentum this year.”

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OLLIE DEVOTO

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IAN WHITTEN

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PAUL DAVIS HOOKER 10.02.1994 1.88m 6ft 2in 119kg 18st 10lbs

DAVE DENNIS LOCK/BACK-ROW 10.01.1986 1.92m 6ft 4in 113kg 17st 11lbs

OLLIE DEVOTO CENTRE 1.92m 6ft 4in 102kg 16st

PHIL DOLLMAN CENTRE/FULL-BACK 15.05.1985 1.83m 6ft 90kg 14st 2lbs

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JAMES FREEMAN BACK-ROW 11.12.1990 1.90m 6ft 3in 113kg 17st 11lbs

FLYNN ELWORTHY BACK-ROW 27.10.1999 1.88m 6ft 2in 93kg 14st 9lbs

DAVE EWERS BACK-ROW 03.11.1990 1.93m 6ft 4in 125kg 19st 9lbs

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MITCH LEES LOCK 12.10.1988 1.96m 6ft 5in 122kg 19st 2lbs

SEAN LONSDALE LOCK/BACK-ROW 07.06.1993 1.96m 6ft 5in 110kg 17st 4lbs

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JACK NOWELL WING 11.04.1993 1.80m 5ft 11in 97kg 15st 3lbs

TOM O’FLAHERTY WING 21.07.1996 1.80m 5ft 11in 82kg 12st 12lbs

JACK OWLETT PROP 03.02.1995 1.87m 6ft 2in 122kg 19st 2lbs

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JOE PARKER-COOK LOCK 27.02.1999 1.92m 6ft 4in 102kg 16st 1lb

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Our founder Arthur J. Gallagher – ‘Art’ to his friends – had a certain way of doing business. It was unmistakable. And somewhat innovative for 1927. Art was a relationship guy; community was in his blood, insurance knowledge in his soul. He knew that if he understood his customers, he could identify and reduce their risk. Treating people as he wished to be treated was paramount for Art – he valued their opinion and encouraged excellence at all times. That same year, far from our Chicago home, Bill Braddon and his teammates were young men with matching values and sense of community. Bill joined Exeter at just 17, played over 100 games for the club, registering nearly 200 points. 90 years later, here at Sandy Park, the spirit of Art and Bill has come together as we embark on the Gallagher Premiership. Our founder Arthur J. Gallagher – ‘Art’ to his friends – had a certain way of doing busine s. It was un istakable. And so ewhat i novative for 1927. Art was a relationship guy; co unity was in his bl od, insurance knowledge in his soul. He knew that if he underst od his custo ers, he could identify and reduce their risk. Treating people as he wished to be treated was para ount for Art – he valued their opinion and encouraged excellence at all times. That sa e year, far fro our Chicago ho e, Bill Bra don and his tea ates were young men with matching values and sense of co unity. Bill joined Exeter at just 17, played over 1 0 ga es for the club, registering nearly 2 0 points. 90 years later, here at Sandy Park, the spirit of Art and Bill has co e together as we e bark on the Gallagher Pre iership.

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