@EXETERCHIEFS @OFFICIALEXETERCHIEFS OFFICIAL EXETER CHIEFS
ARMAND IS LATEST CHIEF ADDED TO THE 100 CLUB
England international Don Armand was the latest inductee into the Exeter Chiefs Centurions Club when he made his 100th league appearance in last weekend’s Gallagher Premiership win against Northampton Saints. Brought to the club back in 2013 from the Stormers, the 30-year-old made his top flight debut back in September 2013 against Leicester Tigers. Since then, the Harare-born forward has established himself as an integral part of the Chiefs squad, scoring 31 tries in his tally of 136 appearances to date. He joins the likes of Sam Hill, Henry Slade, Gareth Steenson, Phil Dollman, Ben Moon, Jack Yeandle, Ian Whitten and Matt Jess in achieving the feat since the club’s elevation into the Premiership back in 2010. Armand was presented with a glass momento to mark the feat by club chairman and chief executive Tony Rowe OBE following the Saints game.
SUPPORTERS REWARD CORDERO AND KVESIC FOR THEIR EFFORTS
Exeter Chiefs duo Santiago Cordero and Matt Kvesic were both rewarded for their seasonal efforts by picking up individual awards form the Chiefs’ Supporters Club. Following the final whistle of last week’s home clash with Northampton Saints, Cordero was presented with the Chiefs’ Supporters Player of the Year award, as well as the away supporters Champagne Moment for his try away to Bristol Bears in the Gallagher Premiership, Kvesic, meanwhile, was named the Away Supporters Player of the Year.
EXETER CHIEFS VS NORTHAMPTON SAINTS
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online