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Thank you to all our supporters in this campaign for video analysis equipment, a new scrum machine and an injury rehabilitation system. Your help will improve our training and enable us to be even more competitive in our BUCS competitions.
The Rugby Club has chosen to make this campaign its chosen charity for the 1st XV's Varsity Match against the University of Bath on Wednesday 24 February.
Having included the Varsity Match in this appeal, the crowd-funding appeal will close at the end of February (this month!)
Tickets for the Varsity Match at Sandy Park on Wednesday 24 February (Kick off at 7.45pm), cost £10, which includes transport from Streatham Campus to Sandy Park and back.
You can purchase tickets online, on the gate or on Streatham Campus at:
> Guild Information Point, Devonshire House
> Sports Park reception
> Student Sport Hub, the new home of the Athletic Union office.
For further information or any queries about the match please contact the Athletic Union President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the crowdfunding appeal - please pledge what you can to support Exeter's rugby players, and continue to share this appeal with your friends - by email and especially on Twitter and Facebook. We need your help and support! Thank you for the pledges you have already made for us.
Thank you for the support you have given to our rugby players in this crowd campaign. Nearly £2,500 has been pledged already and over 1,000 people have visited the project webpage.
It is also fantastic to have support from Sir Clive Woodward for Exeter's student players - read his message below!
Please share this page and the project with all your family and friends during the holidays - more people visiting the page means more support for your Rugby Club.
As an Honorary Graduate of the University of Exeter, I’m delighted to be supporting their rugby appeal.
As you may know, Exeter is currently the number one ranked UK university for rugby. It is a proven breeding ground for talented young men and women while also introducing new players to the game and offering playing opportunities for all levels of experience.
My son and daughter both greatly enjoyed studying at Exeter and were heavily involved in sport during their time there. Participating in sport can be hugely beneficial for the development of young people and this appeal will increase the opportunities available to current and future Exeter students.
Your support will enable the Club to purchase new camera equipment to allow live streaming of matches as well as aiding match analysis, helping the teams to take a more professional approach.
Many thanks and best wishes,
Sir Clive Woodward OBE, Hon LLD 2007