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Discussion started by Jehovas Sandals (IP Logged), 02 September, 2019 12:28
Jehovas Sandals
Jehovas Sandals
02 September, 2019 12:28
Small article about Exeter Chiefs entering a professional womans team in the Premier xv's at the start of the 2020/21 season.
It says they will be based at Sandy Park.... Plans unveiled this week apparently.



I drink and forget stuff!

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Lowerwatha
02 September, 2019 12:41
There is also an article on Harry Williams getting over the disappointment of not making the World Cup Squad by training alone at SP prior to pre-season.

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Tom A Hawk
03 September, 2019 06:22
A fully professional team that is currently tendering for a place within the Tyrrell’s Premier 15s League in time for the 2020/21 season. Aiming to develop as many local players as possible rather than nabbing players from other clubs. A good coaching team too by all accounts, Susie Appleby will be Head Coach previously ran Gloucester-Hartpury Women’s team and had a massive hand in setting up their women's team.


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