Thursday, April 26, 2012

Chiefs will 'Never Give In' - Camacho

Exeter winger, Gonzalo Camacho, says that he and his team-mates will ‘never give in’, as they look to seal a place in the end of season play-offs.

The Chiefs were promoted to the top flight in 2010, and enjoyed an impressive first season in the Premiership, finishing eighth in the table. 

They have continued to improve, this term, and, after a strong start to the campaign, now lay just a single point outside the top four, with one game remaining.

Rob Baxter’s men could have sealed their place in the play-offs last Sunday, but they were beaten by Northampton, a result that saw Jim Mallinder’s side go above them in the standings.

The Chiefs now need to beat defending champions Saracens on the final day, and hope that Worcester can spring a surprise against the Saints’ at Franklin’s Gardens.

The sports betting odds are certainly against the Devonshire club, but Camacho says he and his team-mates will not give up on their dream of making the play-offs. 

The Argentine will miss the Sarries clash due to suspension, but he has backed his side to succeed. He is confident that the Warriors can do them a massive favour by winning at Northampton.

"It has been a great season for ourselves, and to be in with a chance of making the play-offs is massive", Camacho told Sky Sports."We are looking forward to one more chance of making the play-offs. We know it will be tough against the Saracens but it is great to be in this position, and we will look to bring back the result we need.

"Worcester play some really good rugby. They are a strong and physical side, so hopefully they can do well against Northampton for us”, he added.

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