Exeter Chiefs' Luke Arscott has pledged to stay with the club until summer 2015. The full back is a key member of the back line. He was recently linked with Heineken cup rivals Clermont Auvergne but in extending his contract the Plymouth-born player has shown he sees his future at Sandy Park.
Plymouth Albion and the Cornish Pirates are both in British and Irish Cup action. Meanwhile in the Heineken Cup, Exeter Chiefs will be hoping their recent run of good form continues, when they make the trip to Wales to take on the Scarlets tomorrow.
In rugby, the Cornish Pirates are hoping to overturn a 16-point deficit when they take on London Welsh in the second leg of the Championship play-off final tonight. The Pirates lost last week's first leg at the Mennaye Field 37-21. Tonight's game takes place at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford.
Exeter Chief's head coach is celebrating after winning a major award. Rob Baxter has been named the Aviva Premiership Director of Rugby of the season, He guided the Chiefs to a fifth place finish in the club's second season in the top flight.
The Chiefs - who will now play in next season's Heineken Cup - also reached the quarter finals of the Amlin Cup.
At Sandy Park, European rugby has already been guaranteed. The Exeter Chiefs have now set their sights a lot higher. As Jeff Welch reports, against all the odds, they could be playing in the end of season Premiership play-offs, if they can beat Northampton on Sunday.