Tony Rowe hails NHS
Exeter Chiefs chairman Tony Rowe dedicates Premiership Rugby Cup match to the NHS
Exeter Chiefs will reward the efforts of the current Armed Forces, frontline Emergency Services and NHS staff by dedicating two special match-day in their honour this month.
The Bath fixture, this weekend, will be dedicated to NHS staff from across the region.
Rugby Club chairman and chief executive Tony Rowe OBE said: "As many people will know, Exeter Rugby Club hold strong links not only with the local Armed Forces, but also with our local Frontline Emergency Services and NHS Staff.
"As a club we felt it only right that we recognise the efforts of all those people who are heavily involved in these various organisations. These promotion days have been running for a number of years now and I know that it is very well received. Again, we urge as many as people who qualify for a ticket to take up the offer and join us for what should be another hugely entertaining fixture at Sandy Park."
The Chiefs recently supported a new campaign, which aims to stop our emergency service staff being assaulted. See below: