NARRAWAY TO SKIPPER GLOUCESTER RUGBY

Gloucester Rugby are delighted to confirm that number eight Luke Narraway will be the club’s captain for the forthcoming season.

Narraway, of course, was skipper for large parts of last season when Mike Tindall was absent on international duty and lifted the LV= Cup trophy when Gloucester were triumphant in the final at Franklin’s Gardens.

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BATH'S MOODY SKIPPERS ENGLAND

Bath's Lewis Moody will skipper England against Wales in Saturday’s Investec International at Twickenham Stadium (1430).

Moody skippers a side that include's Bath team-mate and Jersey-born Matt Banahan on the wing and Devon's Delon Armitage recalled at full back in the starting XV.

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TATUPU KEEN TO SAMPLE TOP FLIGHT WITH EXETER

exeter chiefs samoan international rugby josh tatupu courtesy and copyright exeter chiefs rugby Exeter Chiefs newcomer Josh Tatupu admits the lure of England and playing in the Aviva Premiership contributed to his decision to join the Devon club.

The 25-year-old, who is equally adept on both the wing and in the centre, is one of nine new faces Exeter head coach Rob Baxter has brought to Sandy Park as the Chiefs look to tackle their second season in English rugby's top flight.

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CHIEFS SKIPPER EYES FIXTURES RELEASE

exeter chiefs skipper tom hayes in conversation, image courtesy and copyright pinnacle photo agency ukExeter captain Tom Hayes senses a real buzz of excitement around Sandy Park as the Chiefs prepare for their second season in the Aviva Premiership.

 

The 2011-12 Premiership fixtures are due to be released this morning when Rob Baxter’s Chiefs squad – including Hayes and the majority of Exeter’s summer signings – return to pre-season training.

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SKIPPER STEPHEN COMMITS TO ALBION

plymouth albion logoInfluential Plymouth Albion captain Sean-Michael Stephen has committed his future to the Graham Dawe's RFU Championship club.

The Canadian international flanker is the latest player to sign a new deal at Brickfields.

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CHANCE FOR CHIEFS YOUNG STARS TO SHINE

Exeter Chiefs rugby logoExeter Chiefs are planning to send their future stars out on loan to the region's Championship clubs next season.

Youngsters Jon Vickers, Herbie Stupple and Addison Lockley are set to team up with Plymouth Albion, while Sam Hill, Lloyd Fairbrother and Dave Ewers are ear-marked to join Cornish Pirates, where Chiefs hooker Tom Cowan-Dickie will again continue on dual registered forms as he did last season.

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