EXETER CHIEFS continue incredible rugby journey

Exeter Chiefs crestExeter Chiefs first Aviva Premiership final against Saracens at Twickenham today (1500ko) is not the end of a journey but merely the start according to head coach Rob Baxter.

Chiefs head to the capital along with a travelling tribe of thousands of supporters today.

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EXETER CHIEFS international ace Slade "fit for selection"

EXETER CHIEFS club crestExeter and England international rugby star Henry Slade is in line for a sensational return to action when Chiefs host Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva Premiership on Saturday (1500ko).

Slade has been sidelined since early December after he was stretchered off with a broken leg and ankle ligament damage during Chiefs’ 41-21 victory over Wasps at the Ricoh Arena.

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EXETER CHIEFS experienced lock Parling "we go again"

Exeter Chiefs logoExeter head coach Rob Baxter and highly experienced lock Geoff Parling believe Chiefs must learn quickly from their 14-11 home defeat by top of the table Saracens ahead of next Saturday's clash at Sale.

Baxter said: "We've only come up a little bit short.

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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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