The Official online store of the Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club based at Sandy Park, Exeter. Shop for replica kits, training and leisurewear as well as gifts and accessories.
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The Exeter Chiefs midi rugby ball is a replica of the actual match ball used by Exeter Chiefs in their Rugby games. The Exeter Chiefs midi rugby ball is an officially licensed product, manufactured to the highest standards by Gilbert Rugby.
This adidas Māori All Blacks range bears an eye-catching allover graphic created by artist Dave Burke and the team’s Māori Cultural Adviser, Luke Crawford. Symbolising commitment, the flowing lines display a hint of red on the chest and shoulders. The soft fabric will stand up to hits on the pitch and keep you comfortable in the stands.
The University of Exeter Cycling Club (EUCC) is one of Exeter’s largest sports clubs with multiple sponsors and over 100 members. We cover all aspects of the sport, including road racing, cross-country, downhill, casual rides and much more. Training is held twice a week and smaller rides go out most days.
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Exeter Chiefs will be looking for a statement win at home to Northampton Saints here after a 34-19 defeat away at an impressive Leicester Tigers last Saturday. A second-half fight back came too late from last season’s runners-up but head coach Rob Baxter will limit panic as he did so well in their brief spells of poor form last year.
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THE PREDICTION. Sale Sharks have yet to fully convince this season after an exciting 20-19 scrape-through win at home to Bath on the opening weekend of the season was followed by a 31-31 draw away at a spirited London Irish. Form should bear little influence on this match though as the Sharks smell the blood of travelling Exeter Chiefs, who are ...