Bodilly, Townsend, Holmes & Simmonds new deals

Chiefs logoExeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter is delighted four highly-rated youngsters have penned new deals.

Talented Cornish back Max Bodilly - on the bench for today's top of the table Saracens clash - is rewarded for some sparkling form with a new two-year contract extension while Torbay scrum half Stu Townsend and Cornish lock Ed Holmes have agreed new two-year deals from the start of next season.

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EXETER CHIEFS quartet agree new deals

exeter chiefs logoExeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter has expressed delight at today's news that four first-team squad players have agreed deals to extend their stays at the Aviva Premiership club.

Hooker Elvis Taione, backs Ian Whitten and James Short have penned new two-year deals, while lock Damian Welch has agreed a new one-year contract extension.

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RUGBY UNION Stevenson rockets back to Exeter Chiefs

Exeter chiefs logoIrishman Lewis Stevenson has rejoined team of the moment Exeter Chiefs until the end of the season.

The 31-year-old forward, who spent two seasons at Exeter between 2007 and 2009, returns to Chiefs from Guinness Pro 12 outfit Ulster Rugby.

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PLYMOUTH ALBION RFC Winning Combination

Plymouth Albion RFC logoPlymouth Albion RFC are working hard to improve relationships with the city’s Combination clubs.

Albion have been in contact with all the Plymouth Combination clubs offering coaching and the chance to play games at Brickfields.

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THREE LITTLE WORDS #rugbyisback

rugby is back Rugby is back and with it packs of passionate players, coaches, teams, supporters and volunteers.

We are more excited about this rugby union season than ever and not just because of the start of the World Cup in less than two weeks.

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ROYAL MARINES Medics Rugby Challenge 2015

medics rugby challenge logoSouth West Sports News is supporting the 7th Medics Rugby Challenge in aid of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund which takes place at Plymouth Albion RFC, Brickfields, tonight.

The feast of rugby - organised by city-based surgeon Anthony Lambert - begins at 1730 with a grassroots game between Plymouth-based Devonport Services Under 16s and their Ivybridge counterparts (gates open 1630).

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