RUGBY Welsh international ace Hawkins joins Chiefs

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoJoe Hawkins is excited about being part of a new journey after today confirming his switch to Premiership side Exeter Chiefs from Ospreys.

The highly-rated Welsh international ace is Rob Baxter’s first major signing ahead of the 2023/24 season and arrives in Devon on a long-term deal.


BATH RUGBY sign World Cup winning prop du Toit

bath rugbyBath Rugby have signed Rugby World Cup-winning international tighthead prop Thomas du Toit.

The South African front row forward, who featured in the Springboks’ 2019 Rugby World Cup title-winning campaign in Japan, will join the Blue, Black and White after the 2023 Rugby World Cup along with British & Irish Lion and Scotland fly-half Finn Russell.


GLOUCESTER RUGBY signing Cardiff centre Llewellyn

Gloucester Rugby logoGloucester Rugby is pleased to announce the signing of centre Max Llewellyn, who will arrive at Kingsholm this summer ahead of the 2023/24 season.

Llewellyn, who qualifies for both Wales and England, moves to the Cherry & Whites from United Rugby Championship side Cardiff Rugby, where he has made 38 appearances, scoring five tries.


EXETER CHIEFS Ewers set to join Ulster in summer

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoExeter Chiefs' long-serving forward Dave Ewers will be leaving the Premiership club at the end of the season to join United Rugby Championship side Ulster.

The 32-year-old who grew up in Devon has been a stand-out figure for the Chiefs over many years, so far amassing 226 first-team Chiefs games and 38 tries.


EXETER CHIEFS swoop for Somerset hooker Dan Frost

Exeter Chiefs Master LogoExeter Chiefs have bolstered their options in the front-row with the signing of Somerset's Dan Frost from Wasps.

The 25-year-old hooker joins the Chiefs immediately and will be a travelling reserve for tonight's Gallagher Premiership trip to Gloucester.


EXETER CHIEFS van Heerden bolsters Baxter's options

Exeter Chiefs newcomer Ruben van Heerden says he cannot wait to get stuck into life at Sandy Park after sealing his move from South African outfit, the Sharks.

The 24-year-old forward is the latest addition brought in by Director of Rugby, Rob Baxter, who is looking to bolster his options up front following the departures of fellow locks Jonny Hill, Sean Lonsdale and Sam Skinner.


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