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The build up to the Rugby World Cup has well and truly started in Exeter with rugby posts being put up in locations throughout the city to make people aware of the competition.
Our correspondent Seth Conway reports.
The rugby world cup in England begins two years today. Exeter has marked its place as one of the host venues by putting up ten rugby posts at locations throughout the city.
Exeter Chiefs players joined council officials to kick off the countdown to the tournament. Three matches will be played at Sandy Park.
The home of the Exeter Chiefs has been chosen as one of the venues for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Sandy Park is one of only two club rugby stadiums chosen to host matches in the Autumn event. Watch Jacquie Bird's report.
Tony Rowe OBE, Exeter Rugby Club Chairman and Chief Executive, says being selected as a venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup is a "massive achievement."
Exeter's Sandy Park will play host to Tonga in the first of three matches to be held at the World Cup venue. They'll take on the qualifiers of Africa One on September 29th. Italy will take on Europe Two on October 11th.
Exeter Chief's home stadium of Sandy Park has been officially confirmed as one of 13 venues across the country to host the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Gloucester's Kingsholm stadium has also been selected. They're the only rugby club venues to be chosen.