After a mixed season the Exeter Chiefs make the long trip to Newcastle in a bid to to finish their season with a flourish.
Exeter Chiefs are hoping that they'll make history this weekend with a win at Bath in the semi-final of the LV Cup
Exeter Chiefs' Jack Nowell has been selected to play for England in Saturday's Six Nations opener against France.
The Cornish Pirates long serving prop forward Alan Paver, has signed a two-year contract as a Player/Coach.
The 36 year old known as 'Paves' has amassed 310 games for the club, inlcluding playing in the RFU Championship XV against the Maori All Blacks.
Director of Rugby Ian Davies says:
"_Alan has always had a leading input with the scrummaging here at the Pirates but now this role will help him expand his focus to other parts of the team... at some point he may realise there are other players on the field other than just front rowers! "
Friday, 25th April
Leeds Carnegie v Cornish Pirates 20:00
Saturday, 26th April
Moseley v Plymouth Albion 15:00
An Exeter Chiefs fan got more than he bargained for when he ran onto the pitch to celebrate a last minute try.
Chris Kellow, who's from Cornwall, invaded the pitch during the Chiefs' game against Gloucester at the weekend, but got a frosty welcome from Fly Half Freddie Burns, who dumped him to the ground. The celebration proved premature, as Gloucester went on to win the match!
Exeter Chiefs are preparing for their first cup final in six years. The Chiefs, who beat Bath in the semi final of the LV Cup, will face Northampton at Sandy Park on Sunday. They're looking for their first victory in a national cup final.
@cornishpirates1 Game off pitch waterlogged
Early inspection following rain overnight indicated no possibility for pitch to be playable by this evening. We will advise new date ASAP
Exeter Chiefs' Jack Nowell has kept his place in England's Six Nations team for Saturday’s Calcutta Cup clash against Scotland at Murrayfield.
Head Coach Stuart Lancaster has opted for an unchanged line-up.
Lancaster said: “It’s good to be able to select the same players and they are all determined to put last week’s result behind us and build on the performance. Scotland will be hugely motivated by their defeat in Dublin and, as we found two years ago, Murrayfield is a tough place to play.”