Chiefs return to summit with 14-7 win over Saracens

exeter ChiefslogoExeter Chiefs returned to the Premiership summit with a hard-fought 14-7 home win over arch rivals Saracens.

Northampton topped the table on 23 points following a 33-26 home win over third placed Gloucester on Saturday but Chiefs egded past the Saints by a point following victory in front of a record 13,593 at sold out Sandy Park.

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Camborne seek Boxing Day cupset repeat against Reds

Over 1,000 Cornish rugby fans are expected to descend on Camborne's Recreation ground for the eagerly-anticipated Boxing Day derby between the Cherry & Whites and arch rivals Redruth (1430ko).

The annual holiday derby game between Camborne and Redruth is believed to be the longest enduring consecutive club fixture in world rugby.

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RUGBY Steenson relishes opportunity to play and coach

Steeno ExeterChiefs JMPExeter Chiefs fly-half Gareth Steenson is to take his first foray into coaching after accepting a new role with National League One outfit Plymouth Albion.

Chiefs fans need not panic that the club's all-time record points scorer is quitting Sandy Park, as he will still be very much part of Rob Baxter's plans for the 2019/20 campaign, but Steenson is to offer a helping hand to new Albion head coach Ben Gulliver.

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SHOWTIME! Champions Okehampton target Shield victory

Devon RFU logoNewly crowned South West 1 West champions Okehampton RFC host Devonport Services RFC in the Devon RFU Senior Shield final at the Showground today (1500ko).

Plymouth based Services will aim to cause a Shield shock and overturn the odds after losing 41-7 at home to the league champions last weekend.

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SW RUGBY SHORTS 16.04.19

Cornwall visit Devon in the annual pre-county championship Tamar Cup fixture tonight. The cup tie takes place at Plymouth Albion’s Brickfields, 1930ko.

Cornwall won the cup 24-12 at St Austell RFC last season.

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RUGBY UNION Hartpury hosts Six Nations U18s Festival


england rugby1Jim Mallinder has named his England squad for the Under 18s Six Nations Festival being staged in Gloucestershire until Sunday April 21.

The televised free-to-see festival is being hosted by England Rugby at Hartpury University and College and will feature sets of fixtures at Hartpury's Gillman’s Ground, Worcester's Sixways Stadium and Gloucester Rugby's Kingsholm - all screened live via FreeSports TV.

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