Prince Harry has been meeting students on a 'rugby empowerment into employment' programme at Sandy Park. He's also been visiting to watch the match - seeing Georgia beat Namibia by 1 point.
The prince has said he isn't switching his Rugby World Cup allegiance to Wales. When asked at Exeter if he'll now support Wales like his brother, he laughed - saying there are lots of teams to support.
Prince Harry will be attending the Rugby World Cup match between Georgia and Namibia at Exeter's Sandy Park today.
He'll also be in Paignton, presenting an award to the town's rugby club. It's to recognise the contribution the club has made to promote rugby in the community. The Prince will meet coaches, players and volunteers.
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The Namibian team might have been defeated at their game against Tonga yesterday, but it was all smiles at a rugby event in Plymouth this morning.
The players have been singing the praises of Exeter Chiefs rugby ground and their fans.
Eugene Jantjies, Jaco Engels and Conrad Marais couldn't speak highly enough about the welcome they received and the support they got at Sandy Park.
Today marks exactly one month to go until the start of the Rugby World Cup - and the UK hosting it.
Exeter's Sandy Park stadium is holding three matches in the competition, with Tonga, Namibia, Georgia, Italy and Romania all making their way to Devon.
The Webb Ellis Trophy has been touring our region ahead of the tournament's start, going on show and inspiring young players.
The Webb Ellis Trophy is in the West Country today as part of the 100 day Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour.
It'll begin its journey at the Eden Project before heading to Perranporth Beach. It then moves east - taking in Haytor on Dartmoor, Sandy Park in Exeter and Weymouth.
Sandy Park is hosting three games during the competition which is due to kick off in September.
Meanwhile the fixtures for next season's premiership campaign have been revealed. Exeter Chiefs open their season away at Bath on October 17th. Their first home match is against London Welsh on October 24th.
Famous mascots from across Devon joined forces at Sandy Park for some half time fun to celebrate the Rugby World Cup coming to Devon.
The Exeter Chiefs v London Welsh rugby match hosted the mascots from the top attractions throughout the county.
It is estimated that the Rugby World Cup in 2015 will bring £17 million to Exeter's economy.
An economic impact study has revealed that the Tournament will generate economic output of £39 million - £17 million of which will be added to the local economy.
Sandy Park will be one of 13 venues hosting matches during the Tournament - which begins next September.
Sandy Park will be one of the 13 match venues for the world tournament in 2015. Exeter will host Tonga during the tournament and there'll be three games in its stadium.
For Chiefs players like Tom Johnson, who could be part of the England line up it's an exciting time. Schools in the city have pledged their support to the five teams who'll be playing there, Georgia, Italy Namibia, Romania and Tonga.
It's a year today until World Cup Fever hits Exeter with the first game of the Rugby World Cup. Exeter will host Tonga and there will be three games at Exeter Chiefs' Sandy Park during the tournament.
Schools in the city have pledged their support to the five teams who'll be playing there, Georgia, Italy Namibia, Romania and Tonga.
Rugby fans in the region were able to get a close up view of the World Cup today. The trophy was on on display in the Guildhall in Exeter, and later at Sandy Park, home of the Exeter Chiefs. The ground will host some of the matches in next year's World Cup. Steve Hardy reports.