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Your News Chiefs bid farewell to club quartet

Exeter Chiefs will bid a fond farewell to a number of its current squad at the end of this season, including centre Junior Fatialofa.

Fatialofa, aged 27, has been courted by a number of clubs and Exeter Chiefs have given the New Zealand-born centre their blessing in his quest to play top flight rugby.

Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Pete Drewett said: Junior has been an outstanding player for us during the last four seasons. He is an ambitious man who wants to play at the highest level he can and we all respect that.

My hope is that should we reach the Premiership in the near future, we would be able to lure Junior back to Sandy Park. The door will certainly be left open for him and I wish him well in his achieving his career goals.

Adam Staniforth is also due to leave at the end of the season to play for the Cornish All Blacks and Simon Jenkins has signed to Doncaster Knights. Craig Dunlea has also called time on his stay in the UK and will rejoin his family in New Zealand.

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