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Duo commit their future to Chiefs

Danny Gray
Danny Gray has opted to stay with the Chiefs, along with Clive Stuart-Smith

National One side Exeter Chiefs have confirmed that two of their players have committed to the club for the forthcoming 2009/10 season.

Scrum-half Clive Stuart-Smith and fly-half Danny Gray have both chosen to stay with the Chiefs despite the club missing out on promotion this year.

The Chiefs last remaining hopes of making the Premiership ended when they lost 35-21 to Rotherham Titans.

On Tuesday, scrum-half Kevin Barrett signed to Premiership side Saracens.

Exeter Chiefs' chief executive Tony Rowe is pleased the duo have pledged their immediate future to Exeter.

We continue to push for our promotion dream

Chief Exexutive Tony Rowe

Rowe said: "These players joined us at the same time and have been excellent servants to this club.

"We are delighted that they will be with us next season as we continue to push for our promotion dream."

Flanker Tom Johnson is also staying with the club as he has another year remaining on his contract.



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see also
Chiefs boss sad to lose Barrett
15 Apr 09 |  Rugby Union
Chesney departs in Toulon switch
15 Apr 09 |  Saracens
Rotherham 35-21 Exeter Chiefs
11 Apr 09 |  Rugby Union
Clive Stuart-Smith column
08 Apr 09 |  Rugby Union
Baxter hoping for Chiefs victory
03 Apr 09 |  Rugby Union


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