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Exeter Chiefs pair in Championship dream team

Exeter Chiefs

Two members of Exeter's promotion-chasing squad have been named in the Championship Dream XV.

Right-wing Matt Jess makes the cut after a season which has seen him score 14 tries for the Devon side.

Open-side flanker James Scaysbrook is also selected for his strength in the tackle and at the breakdown.

The duo are part of the Chiefs' squad that will play Bristol in the first-leg of the Championship final at Sandy Park on Wednesday evening.

The two sides have met twice already this term, with one win apiece.

The first game at Bristol's Memorial Ground in October ended in a 35-26 win for the Chiefs.

Bristol gained revenge two months later, beating Rob Baxter's side 25-16 at Sandy Park.


Exeter Chiefs squad:

Forwards: Brett Sturgess, Simon Alcott, Richie Baxter, Chris Budgen, Neil Clark, David Gannon, James Hanks, Tom Hayes, Tom Johnson, Andy Miller, Ruaidrhí Murphy, James Scaysbrook, Brett Sturgess, Chad Slade & Hoani Tui.

Backs: Richard Bolt, Matt Cornwell, Phil Dollman, Mark Foster, Danny Gray, Matt Jess, Paul McKenzie, Bryan Rennie, Nic Sestaret, Gareth Steenson, Clive Stuart-Smith & Haydn Thomas.



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see also
Exeter 37-8 Bedford
08 May 10 |  Rugby Union
Chiefs braced for Bedford clash
06 May 10 |  Rugby Union
Exeter Chiefs 53-10 Nottingham
01 May 10 |  Rugby Union
London Welsh 16-15 Exeter Chiefs
17 Apr 10 |  Rugby Union


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