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Chiefs cement home semi with win

Sam Simmonds' hat-trick sealed Exeter Chiefs a home Aviva Premiership semi-final as the league leaders thumped London Irish 45-5 to push the Exiles ever closer to relegation.

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Exeter thump Gloucester to extend lead

Exeter extended their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership table to eight points with a convincing 46-10 win over Gloucester at Sandy Park.

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Clinical Chiefs cruise to Anglo-Welsh Cup title

Exeter have got their hands on the first silverware of the club season after three tries in the opening 40 minutes set them on their way to a comfortable 28-11 win over Bath in the Anglo-Welsh Cup final at Kingsholm.

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Anglo-Welsh Cup final victim of snowfall

Bath and Exeter will have to wait to contest for English club rugby's first silverware of the season after the Anglo-Welsh Cup final was postponed due to adverse weather conditions.

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Exeter earn impressive win over Saracens

Exeter extended their advantage as Aviva Premiership leaders and took another major step towards a home playoff by subduing Saracens 24-12 at Sandy Park.

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Exeter go top with victory at the death

Joe Simmonds converted Thomas Waldrom's last-minute try to cap a dramatic comeback for Exeter, who rallied from 13 points down to edge out Northampton 31-30 at Sandy Park in the Aviva Premiership.

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Wasps beat Chiefs, but lose Cipriani to injury

Danny Cipriani hobbled off in the second-half as Wasps secured a hard-fought 13-7 win over Exeter that boosts their Aviva Pemiership playoff hopes.

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Worcester stun Exeter in attritional battle

Worcester pulled off one of the shocks of the Aviva Premiership season by defeating defending champions Exeter 6-5 in an attritional battle at Sandy Park.

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Chiefs advance to Anglo-Welsh semis

Exeter progressed to the Anglo-Welsh Cup semifinals with a convincing 43-20 bonus-point victory over Saracens at Sandy Park.

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Slade adds to England's 6N injury woe

Exeter playmaker Henry Slade has been added to England's lengthening injury list ahead of the Six Nations.

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Glasgow beat Exeter for first European win

Glasgow broke their duck in this season's Champions Cup with a 28-21 bonus-point win that dissolved Exeter's chances of finishing as one of the best three pool runners-up.

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Woodburn brace revives Exeter's Euro hopes

Olly Woodburn scored two tries as Exeter kept their European Champions Cup hopes alive with a crushing 41-10 bonus-point win over Montpellier at Sandy Park.

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Falcons soar into top half with Chiefs win

Newcastle held on to end Aviva Premiership pace-setters Exeter's seven-match unbeaten league run with a 28-20 victory at Kingston Park.

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Baxter: 'Simple' Exeter wear good sides down

Exeter Director of Rugby Rob Baxter feels his side are wearing sides down in almost every Aviva Premiership game after they scored four second-half tries to beat Leicester 30-6.

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Exeter dig deep for BP Tigers win

Exeter extended their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership to 10 points with a bonus-point victory over Leicester at Sandy Park.

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Superb Exeter pile on Saints' misery

Exeter maintained their grip at the Aviva Premiership summit with a bonus point victory as they sent Northampton crashing to their 11th defeat in 12 games in all competitions.

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2017 rugby awards: Player, moment & more

As 2018 comes into view, Greg Growden and Tom Hamilton delve into their collective short-term memory banks to dish out their awards for the year.

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Leinster tenacity rewarded with Exeter win

A tenacious fightback from 14 points down saw Leinster complete a Champions Cup double over Exeter Chiefs, with Luke McGrath's 65th-minute try proving crucial in a 22-17 win at the Aviva Stadium.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • EXET5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 24 Tries Scored
  • EXET11th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference