It’s exactly one year until Rugby World Cup 2015 and Exeter is celebrating as the Host City counts down to the big event.
Great Britain Triathlete James Haigh is building up to the European Triathlon Championships in Kitzbuhel, Austria, this summer with a punishing training schedule at Exeter’s Pyramids Leisure Centre.
Rugby fans in and around Exeter will have a chance to get their hands on Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets from May onwards.
Victorious Exeter Chiefs will parade the LV= Cup through Exeter city centre on Saturday, 5 April, Exeter City Council has announced.
Sandy Park, Exeter, will host the 2013/14 LV=Cup Final on Sunday March 16, and for rugby fans travelling to the South West from all over the country for the big match, there is an entire weekend of rugby and entertainment to enjoy.
Exciting opportunities to get involved in Rugby World Cup 2015 in Exeter have been revealed as part of the Rugby World Cup campaign called The Pack.
The team who helped Teignbridge win the Devon Games to Inspire trophy for the first time in a decade have been crowned Teignbridge’s Sports Personality of the Year 2013.
Sporting stars of yesteryear are being sought by Teignbridge District Council.
Nick Harvey, MP for North Devon, joined The Football Association this week in Parliament to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Sport stars, volunteers, teams and coaches are all nominated for accolades in Teignbridge District Council’s Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2013.