Gareth Steenson rugby player
Gareth Steenson rugby player

Gareth Steenson

5th Apr 1984 1.78m/84kg Fly Half

Aviva Premiership - Team of the Week

1 year ago by Ultimate Rugby

Ben Obano – Bath Bath fronted up well against the league-leaders, Exeter, and were unlucky to only come away with the losing bonus point. Their tight 5 in particular really increased the intensity...

Premiership Highlights: Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints

1 year ago by Ultimate Rugby

Exeter managed to sneak a 31-30 win as they hosted Northampton Saints in the Aviva Premiership. The Chiefs did not have it all their own way and an early score from Rob Horne gave the visitors a 7-0 lead....

Thursday Evening Round Up

1 year ago by Ultimate Rugby

Josh Bassett re-signs with Wasps Wasps have announced that Josh Bassett has become the latest player to sign a new contract with the club.   He joins Joe Launchbury, Elliot Daly, Rob Miller,...

Exeter Chiefs duo sign new 2-year deals

1 year ago by Exeter Chiefs

Exeter Chiefs duo Sam Hill and James Short are the latest players to commit their futures to the club with the duo both agreeing new two-year deals to stay at Sandy Park.      The...

Thursday Evening Round Up

1 year ago by Ultimate Rugby

Harlequins extend Coaching Team contracts Harlequins has today announced contract extensions for Director of Rugby John Kingston, Head Coach Mark Mapletoft and Forwards Coach Graham Rowntree.   In...

Chiefs duo sign new deals

1 year ago by Exeter Chiefs

Mitch Lees and Ian Whitten have committed their futures to the Exeter Chiefs.   Just days after long-serving fly-half Gareth Steenson put pen to paper on a new three-year contract, two of his club-mates...

Steenson signs new 2-year deal with Exeter Chiefs

1 year ago by Exeter Chiefs

Gareth Steenson put pen to paper on a new two-year deal with the Exeter Chiefs.   The club’s record points-scorer is to extend his stay at Sandy Park until at least the end of 2019/20 season...

Highlights: Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs

2 years ago by Ultimate Rugby

Jonny May made it five tries in five Aviva Premiership Rugby games for his new club Leicester Tigers as they downed the defending champions Exeter Chiefs. In a hard-fought encounter in poor weather at...

Tuesday Morning Round Up

2 years ago by Ultimate Rugby

Argentina name squad to face England and Georgia.  Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro and Tomás Lavanini return to the squad having missed the November Tests at the end of 2016 due to injury, while Benjamín...

Exeter Chiefs edge Wasps at the death in Aviva Premiership Final

2 years ago by Rugby Dump

Exeter Chiefs won their first ever Aviva Premiership title after they edged Wasps 23-20 in extra time at Twickenham on Saturday. In front of 79,657 fans, a late Gareth Steenson penalty proved the difference,...