Dave Dennis

About Dave
DOB 10/01/1986
Born Sydney, Australia
Height 6ft 4in / 1.92m
Weight 17st 7lbs / 113kg

Position Lock / Back-Row
Total Appearances 54
Total Tries 3
Total Points 15
Previous Club Waratahs
Honours Australia

Sydney-born Dave Dennis moved to the Exeter Chiefs ahead of the 2016/17 campaign having spent all his senior career at his hometown club, the Waratahs.

Equally at home in the back-row or at lock, the vastly experienced forward was a key figure for the Tahs both on and off the field.

With 18 Australian and over 90 Waratahs’ caps to his name, he played all of his Super Rugby games for NSW since debuting in 2007 and was club captain the year they lifted the title in 2014.

After making his Wallaby debut in 2012, Dennis also became one of only two players, together with Nathan Sharpe, to feature in all 15 Tests played that year.

A former team-mate of Chiefs skipper Dean Mumm, he was given a glowing endorsement of his new club ahead of signing a three-year deal with the Devon club.

In a fantastic first year at the Chiefs, Dennis made 25 appearances in total, including featuring in the club’s Aviva Premiership Final victory over Wasps at Twickenham.

That success ensured he joined a rare group of players in landing career titles in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

Season Stats
  • Minutes Played665
  • Points0
  • Tries0
  • Conversions0
  • Conversions Missed0
  • Penalty Goals0
  • Penalty Goals Missed0
  • Drop Goals0
  • Drop Goals Missed0
  • Carries73
  • Metres Gained106
  • Average Gain1.45
  • Clean Breaks2
  • Defenders Beaten4
  • Offloads0
  • Try Assists0
  • Passes34
  • Kicks In Play0
  • Tackles101
  • Tackles Missed9
  • Turnovers Won1
  • Turnovers Conceded3
  • Yellow Cards0
  • Red Cards0
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