Westerly Exeter are continuing their association with Exeter Chiefs and Sandy Park by Supporting Rob Baxter,Exeter Chief's Coach, with his transport requirements by supplying him with a New BMW. Westerly are supported by Scot Group T/A Thrifty Car Rental in providing this BMW.
Pictured with Rob Baxter (centre) are Tim Downer, Franchise Director, and Kirk Broome, General Manager of Westerly BMW Exeter.
Exeter Chiefs are currently ninth in the Premier league after losing a close fought derby game against Gloucester 14-15. The Chiefs won the first rugby silverware of the season by winning a nail biting LV Final against Northampton at Sandy Park 15-8 winning their first major top flight trophy. Congratulations to Rob, Tony Rowe and the Chiefs players and coaches for a fantastic result.
Rob Baxter supported England's tour of Argentina in the summer of 2013.The Exeter head coach had taken on the interim role of forwards coach while Graham Rowntree was on British and Irish Lions duty in Australia. Baxter’s elevation to the England set-up – which also included back-row forward Tom Johnson – is recognition of the work he has done at Exeter, first to get them promoted into the Aviva Premiership and then deliver Heineken Cup rugby to Sandy Park, but for the former lock, the journey started in the lower divisions two decades ago when he first took over the captaincy of Exeter. Rob has also been recognised by being named in the Premiership Hall of Fame.
Rob Baxter says he feels 'very honoured' to have been inducted into the Premiership hall of fame.
He joins former England captains Martin Johnson and Lewis Moody, Leicester hooker George Chuter - who has played more games in the English top flight than anyone else - ex-World Cup final referee Ed Morrison and Tom Walkinshaw.
Baxter said: "I feel very honoured that Premiership Rugby has chosen me to be included in their hall of fame. Just looking at those who have been named alongside me – and also those that have been included previously – I know I am in very good company.-well done Rob