The Chiefs demolished Cardiff Blues in the opening round of the Heineken Cup and last weekend they beat bottom side Worcester Warriors 40-6 at Sandy Park.
One player who is putting in some stand out performances is Phil Dollman who is a utility back. Last weekend he scored his first try of the season against Worcester from full back, a role he was covering for the injured Luke Arscott. Assistant Coach Ali Hepher believes Dollman deserves international recognition for his recent displays. Dollman, 28, qualifies for both England and Wales.
Another player grabbing the headlines is Chiefs skipper Dean Mumm who with four tries, is the joint leading try scorer in the Premiership along with team mate Ben White. Mumm plays Lock and White is a flanker which makes their try scoring achievements even more noteworthy.
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