Rob Baxter

  • Chiefs Secure Coaching Team

    Exeter Chiefs have announced their current coaching staff have signed contract extensions until 2015. Head coach Rob Baxter (pictured above), assistant coach Ali Hepher, together with team manager Robin Cowling, skills coach Ricky Pellow and academy coach Rob Gibson, have all put pen to paper on new three-year deals with the Aviva Premiership outfit. Chiefs CEO Tony Rowe commented on the news: “I’m so pleased that I’ve finished negotiating an extension on all their contracts because I real...

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  • Grass Roots Takes Centre Stage on Expo Day Two

    The line-up for the second day of Rugby Expo 2012 at Twickenham on 15 November has been announced, with grass roots rugby the focus of the workshops. The community game takes centre stage on day two of the conference and a number of key figures from within the Rugby Football Union (RFU) are set to speak and answer questions on the day to day running of the sport across the country. Simon Winman and Ross Baxter will represent the funding and facilities department, Carole Thelwall-Jones will talk...

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  • Chiefs Reveal Record Financial Results

    ... board, however, we will make sure Rob [Baxter] has all the tools he needs to bring success to the club.” Finance director Alan Quantick added: “The club, under the chairmanship of Tony Rowe, is run as a business and this is the only way we can support Rob Baxter and the team with the necessary funds to put the best players possible onto the field, whilst remaining within the salary cap. “Again, we have recorded excellent financial figures and early indications for this current year show w...

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  • Chiefs and Flybe Extend Deal

    ... sponsorship of the club for a third season having originally joined the club following its promotion to the top tier of English rugby. The deal will see the airline continue to heavily brand itself in and around Sandy Park, the club's stadium whilst head coach Rob Baxter will again be used in an ambassadorial role, coaching in local schools in the community. John Wod, head of corporate at the club, said, "The aprtnership brings together two highly successful organisations with a really strong c...

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  • Exeter Stalwart Powell Steps Down

    ... University of Exeter’s professional administration, he assumed responsibility for development of sports facilities and activities. Early co-operation included provision of coaching support for the University by the club in the person of - amongst others - Rob Baxter. In 2001, Ian became a director and played a significant part in the planning and execution of the club’s move from the County Ground to Sandy Park in 2006. He subsequently performed a variety of roles in the management of the c...

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  • DHL Extends Rugby World Cup Deal To 2015

    DHL, the express logistics firm, has signed a deal with the International Rugby Board (IRB) to become the official logistics partner of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The company, which was also a partner at the 2011 World Cup, will transport team training kit and equipment for each participating nation to the tournament's 13 venues across England and Wales and DHL has estimated that they will carry around 1,400 rugby balls and 200 tackle bags in total. It will also be responsible for carrying the We...

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  • Exeter Take £5m P Share Option

    ... many, many months of wrangling over whether we could have them or not," Rowe told BBC South West Sport. "It has been a struggle because we're competing against clubs who are getting the full income from the Premiership, but we're OK. Rob's [head coach Rob Baxter] not doing a bad job with the money we've got." Leeds plan to ring-fence all the money they receive from Exeter so they can buy back their P share if they return to the Premiership, having been relegated in 2011. "Without the share hold...

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  • Chiefs Get The Go Ahead

    ... banqueting facilities. And Rowe considers these business facilities to be crucial to the club’s future success on the field. He says that the stadium is a venue for conferences and events for the vast majority of the year and that is essential to fund Rob Baxter and the first team. “We can't live just off 20 days of rugby a year,” he says. “The other 340-odd days Sandy Park is the major conferencing and banqueting facility in this part of the country. With the works we have planned, the...

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  • RFU Invests Another £10m In Clubs

    The Rugby Football Union has announced a new £10 million investment to help clubs improve the quality of their clubhouses and pitches in the coming four years. The money, which is part of the National Facilities Strategy for 2013-17, is intended to get clubs ‘Fit for 15’ and should help as many as 500 clubs across the country by the time the World Cup kicks off on 18 September 2015. RFU chairman Bill Beaumont says the governing body is committed to ensuring that clubs “maximise the opport...

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  • Exeter Chiefs Hosts Sports Medicine Conference

    ... field.” The international conference was led by an elite group of speakers from across the field, including rugby managers and players, physiotherapists, physicians, and surgeons. The line-up also included four keynote speakers from various fields. Rob Baxter, director of rugby for the Exeter Chiefs hosted a Q&A session on the management and challenges of coaching a successful premiership rugby team, and creating a winning culture. Dr Simon Kemp, medical services director at the Rugby Foo...

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