Exeter's Rugby World Cup volunteers - who became know as the Pack - have been thanked in a ceremony by England and Exeter Chiefs players.Read the full story ›
Three Exeter Chiefs players will start England's final game of the rugby world cup.Read the full story ›
Following England's loss to Australia last weekend, the team are putting Exeter stars Henry Slade and Jack Nowell into the frame, in what will be England's final Rugby World Cup pool match.
It will be the first Rugby World Cup appearance for both players, with head coach Stuart Lancaster making a raft of changes for the game against Uruguay on Saturday.
Nowell has been recalled on the wing, while Slade has been named in the number 13 slot, winning only his second cap for England.
All the talk at the Rugby World Cup this week has been about England's must win match against Australia at Twickenham.
Exeter Chiefs summer signing Geoff Parling is in the starting line up for the match at Twickenham which England must win to progress to the knockout stages. He says they'll do all they can to secure victory:
Exeter's Geoff Parling has retained his place in the England side ahead of this weekend's must-win match against Australia.
The 31-year-old will start his third consecutive match in the second row, but his Chiefs teammate Henry Slade misses out again, with Sam Burgess being preferred on the bench for the match at Twickenham on Saturday.
The Tongan team have arrived at Sandy Park and are gearing up for match against Namibia this afternoon.
However, ITV News understands that former Exeter Chief player Fetu'u Vanikolo is injured and won't play today.
But it's not all smiles at the stadium...ITV News understands that former Exeter Chief player Fetu'u Vanikolo is injured and won't play today to the immense disappointment of Exeter fans at the ground.
Exeter Chiefs star Geoff Parling is again expected to play a key role for England when they face Wales in the Rugby World Cup at Twickenham on Saturday night.
Parling will start at lock in England's second group game and he admits that the clash with the Welsh is always a special occasion.
The Tongan World Cup squad took time out from training to visit Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial MuseumRead the full story ›
Our very own Seth Conway tried to channel Jonny Wilkinson last night. As you can see he wasn't very successful! Thankfully we think he'll be on ITV West Country for a few more years yet before England come calling!
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Exeter's Geoff Parling says he will chill out tomorrow before England's first World Cup match against Fiji.
The Chief's lock, who says he has just finished Gary Neville's autobiography, told a press conference playing at Twickenham will be a very special experience and will help spur the team on.