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“We needed to find some energy, and attack the game without the ball as well as with the ball. ” Bath head coach Neal Hatley commented: “We had good control for 35 minutes, and we showed really good attacking intent, but that five minutes before half-time we lost control. “We massively let Exeter back in, especially with the second try, and I am disappointed with what looks like a blow-out at the end by us, and I don’t think the game was really like that. ” The two sides shared six tries in a cracking opening 40 minutes. Bath centre Max Clark opened up the Chiefs defence and fed Sam Underhill, who sent Cokanasiga over beside the posts, leaving Orlando Bailey with a simple conversion, but Exeter hit right back when Hogg sent Jacques Vermeulen away for a try in the corner, with Joe Simmonds adding the extras. Bath took a firm grip on the game with two tries in six minutes, courtesy of a superb step by Josh Bayliss, and Cokanasiga’s second of the game, and his fifth in three matches since returning from injury, and Bailey converted to make it 22-7.
Exeter's play-off charge gathers momentum with comeback victory against BathStuart Hogg said Exeter Chiefs had delivered a "statement performance" as they came roaring back from a 22-7 deficit to score 35 unanswered points and boost their hopes of a Premiership play-off place. The Scotland captain was instrumental in the Chiefs’ fightback, creating two tries and scoring one himself in an excellent display on his return from Six Nations duty.
What a game this is - ypu can't take your eyes off it. Both teams are desperate for the win. 21-2258 minsHoward Lloyd5m scrum to ExeterThey win the penalty but aren't interested in the posts, Exe only have eyes for the tryline... 21-2255 minsHoward LloydWayne Barnes not flavour of the monthFans are chanting 'TMO! TMO! ' after O'Falherty is caught by what looks to be a high tackle. Mr Barnes isn't interested.
Do Bath have anything left to give? 35-2270 minsHoward LloydWayne Barnes becomes even less popularJosh Hodge tidies up a loose kick brilliantly before dinking over a chip. Him and Sam Underhill collide and the crowd want a penalty, but Mr Barnes says no - and the TMO agrees. The crowd are NOT happy. 28-2268 minsHoward LloydBonus point wrapped upI forgot to say in all the exictement, that was Exeter's fourth try and so they have a bonus point wrapped up. Can they secure all five? You can't help but think there will be more points in this one. 28-2264 minsHoward LloydTry - Exeter ChiefsFinally! Exe pass up an easy penalty and take a quick tap. It looks to have backfired as Bath defend resolutely, but - with the help of the TMO - it seems Billy Keast has dotted down! Yes, he has! Exeter finally take the lead.
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Exe cut that really fine, but Bath disintegrated in that final quarter. 42-2279 minsHoward LloydWhat a game! Exeter have scored 35 unanswered points. Bath haven't scored a point since the 33rd minute. Incredible. 42-2277 minsHoward LloydTry - Exeter ChiefsWow - another try for Exeter, but the scoreline won't tell the whole story of this game. Bath's scrum disintegrates and Santi Grondona dots down.
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With Sale and Gloucester losing this weekend, Exeter’s play-off hopes suddenly look a whole lot better as they go into their tough final three matches of the season against Saracens, Bristol and Harlequins. Head coach Ali Hepher said: “You can’t control any of that and our focus is with ourselves, though results elsewhere are going to be important as it is a little bit out of our hands. “To come through our first-half problems is quite pleasing, but what we have got to make sure we do not put ourselves in that position in the first place.
YOu can't help but feel the Devon side will have to play much better than they did to win that one. Still, they have shown great character to dig out the win. As for Bath, you have to feel for them. They were great in that first half - although the final couple of minutes were vital - and they crumbled in the final 20. Hats off to Exeter though, they got the points and that's what mattered. 42-22 17:07Howard LloydMore stats17:06Howard LloydVital winThat win could be all the more important for Exeter given that Wasps have won at Bath. Still looks like it will go down to the wire though42-2217:05Howard LloydMatch statsFull timeKEY EVENTExeter 42 Bath 22What a game. That final score does not tell the whole story of what was a real arm-wrestle of a match.
It wasn't pretty but my word that could be an important try. Joe Simmonds converts - advantage Exeter. 28-2263 minsHoward LloydMassive scrum! Exeter win it against the feed! And they go for a quick tap rather than the three! Can they make it count this time?! 21-2262 minsHoward LloydSo close for Exeter! Another Exe attack and again it is agonsingly close! Jannes Kirsten knocks on, so Bath have a scrum on their own 5m line. Will the Devon side come to regret these squandered opportunties? 21-2260 minsHoward LloydBath drop-outSo close for Exeter, but Jonny Gray is held up! Bath with the drop-out.
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Hogg and replacement Santiago Grondona then added two late touchdowns to secure a crucial victory for the Chiefs as they attempt to keep alive their hopes of reaching a seventh successive Premiership final. Match details Exeter: S Hogg, O Woodburn (J Hodge 55), I Whitten, T Hendrickson, T O’Flaherty, J Simmonds (H Skinner 35-ht), S Maunder (J Maunder 53), A Hepburn (B Keast 22), J Yeandle (J Innard 60), P Schickerling (M Street 53), J Kirsten, J Gray, D Ewers (R Capstick 55), S Skinner, J Vermeulen (S Grondona 75). Bath: T de Glanville (D Cipriani 45), J Cokanasiga (W Butt 72), J Joseph, M Clark, W Muir, O Bailey, B Spencer (J Simpson 72), V Morozov (A Cordwell 35), T Dunn (T Doughty 59), W Stuart (D Rae 66), W Spencer, (M Williams 59) C Ewels, J Bayliss, S Underhill, N Hughes (E Richards 62). Referee: Wayne Barnes (RFU).
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“It is an exciting time for the club and we have just got to keep plugging away and get to our end goal. “I absolutely loved the crowd. When we show a true reflection of ourselves, we get the crowd on their feet and it gives us the added boost that we need. They were cheering every single passage of play, and that’s what we want, and hopefully that’s the start of something special towards the end of the season. ” Bath head coach Neal Hatley praised the contribution of No. 8 Nathan Hughes at the end of his two-month loan spell from Premiership rivals Bristol. Hughes hobbled out of the action at Sandy Park in the 62nd minute, but Hatley said: “Nathan has got quite emotional in the dressing room, which is great.
Joe Simmonds converts. 42-2275 minsHoward LloydPenalty ExeterA fantastic break from Hogg and Whitten who make their way up to Bath's 22m before Bath are pinged for offside. Exe go for the corner. 35-2272 minsHoward LloydTry - Exeter ChiefsStuart Hogg dots down and surely wraps this up for Exe! An electric break from Simmonds slices open Bath like a hot knife through butter. A couple of phases later and it is worked wide to the Scotsman who dots down. Joe Simmonds converts from out wide.
He has been with us for a while and you can see how much he has bought into what we are trying to do. “You can see a real affinity between him and the club and the players, and I couldn’t be more pleased with him as he goes back to Bristol. “It is the second time I have had the privilege of working with him and hopefully I will get another one at some point, but he has been outstanding, he has got us going forward, he has brought good energy to the club on match day, and Bristol are a very lucky club if he can’t make their side.
A penalty seconds later goes against Exe, winding the crowd up even more. The crowd also still simmering about that 'try' going against them21-2253 minsHoward LloydSchickerling offThat's a shame, he's had a great game but he twisted his knee and limps off in pain. Marcus Street is on, as is Jack Maunder who replaces his brother, Sam21-2251 minsHoward LloydNo try! Obstruction from Hogg, he was running on O'Flaherty's shoulder and obstructed a tackler. The TMO has gone for Exeter, and now against them. What was Hogg doing there? Hi mixed afternoon continues. 21-2251 minsHoward LloydTry - Exeter ChiefsGreat try from Exeter - and they take the lead! Exe win the lineout, Schickerlick produces a powerful carry - not his first this afternoon - and Joe Simmonds flings a huge missed pass.
The game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday afternoon. Follow all the build-up to the Gallagher Premiership game, play-by-play updates, reaction, highlights, interviews, analysis and stats from Sandy Park with regular updates below..... For more exclusive rugby content and transfer rumours and gossip, sign up to South West rugby writer John Evely's Rugby Week newsletter right here. 17:12Howard LloydSee you next timeUp next for Exeter Chiefs is the visit of Munster in the Heineken Champions Cup.
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O'Flaherty gets the ball and produces a great finish. But hang on - TMO time again... 21-2250 minsHoward LloydChance! Ian Whitten through. He pins his ears back but is well-tackled. He did have Sam Maunder out wide - could he have found him? Anyway, we're going back to look at a big hit on Joe Simmonds... no foul play. Bath have a lineout on half-way. 21-228 minsHoward LloydBetter from the ChiefsExeter work their way into Bath's half for the first time in this 40. It ends in a knock-on - scrum for Bath. 21-2244 minsHoward LloydNo try! De Glanville knocked on! What a let-off for Exeter.
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