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    Re: Well done Exeter Chiefs

    Quote Originally Posted by elginCity View Post
    Well, just in our happy little band there were 8 of us who went to both events supporting our teams, and 4 of them are regulars at Chiefs. Couldn't have been the only ones.
    Yes, I've supported both teams for many years although work and other things have made visits rather fleeting this season. I have occasionally brought not only my son but 2 Swindon RFC fans who have become tie wearing Chief fans. They were, however, disinclined to support City.

    Meanwhile it's congrats to Sam Simmons of the Exeter Chiefs who not only gained his first England cap but produced a masterly display that has pundits and England fans waxing lyrical in newspapers and fans forums alike. While decidedly smaller than your normal No8, the Devon born bhey is lighting in a hurry that wrong foots opponents as his two tries against Italy on Sunday proved. I think he's probably become undroppable during this 6 Nation campaign although It's likely that he will wear the openside shirt (No7) should Billy Vunipola or Nathan Hughes gain fitness.

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    Re: Well done Exeter Chiefs

    Good tackle count too, and lets not forget the other Chiefs who played as well.

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    Re: Well done Exeter Chiefs

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy The Fish View Post
    Good tackle count too, and lets not forget the other Chiefs who played as well.
    Of course - and wasn't great the other three congratulate Jack Nowell after his try in the closing minutes of the game. Good team spirit from them all.

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