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Wil Jones

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BA English. Sport Editor for 2017-18. wiljonesr@outlook.com

Boxing Varsity 2: Lights Out at The Lemon Grove

FOLLOWING Exeter University Boxing Club's first varsity of the year in November, the ring returned to The Lemon Grove on Friday 16 February. With...

Rugby Varsity 2018: No love lost as Exeter dump Bath in...

GOING into the game, you could be forgiven for thinking an Exeter win in the varsity match was something of a formality. Buoyed by a...

Exeter Chiefs ravage Montpellier in Champions Cup

  Exeter Chiefs hammered Montpellier 41-10 to keep their European hopes alive, scoring five second-half tries to take them above the visitors into second...

No Man Is An Island: International Rugby’s Qualification Laws

From Holyhead to Haverfordwest, scoring two tries for Wales on your debut is the kind of dream held by many youngsters – less so,...

Chiefs triumph in battle of the South West

Venue: Sandy Park Date: Saturday, 2 December Kick-off: 14:00 GMT Exeter (28) 42 Tries: Cowan-Dickie, Short, Lees, Armand, Waldrom, Steenson Cons: Steenson 6 Bath (3) 29 Tries: Joseph, Watson, Brew,...

Exeter City FC avoid upset against Heybridge Swifts

Exeter City 3 Stockley (59, 63), McAlinden (86) Heybridge Swifts 1 Bantick (70) FA Cup – First Round KO: 14:00, Sat 5 Nov. ------------------------ Exeter City avoided a first-round FA...

Exeter Chiefs dismantle Northampton Saints

E xeter Chiefs defeated Northampton Saints 43-28 at Sandy Park as five current-or-former University of Exeter students made an appearance in the Anglo-Welsh...

In The Floodlights: Ross Barkley

W hat do you suppose was going through Ross Barkley’s mind as he wheeled away to celebrate in front of the Gwladys...

The Woods through the trees

“Hello, World.” These were Tiger Woods’s first words at his inaugural press conference in 1996, his first as a professional sportsperson. After revelations of...

Wil Jones’s Lions Watch – Part Three

The Lions etched their names into rugby history by beating the World Champions, New Zealand, in an enthralling and riveting 80 minutes of...