The Exeter Chiefs completed a historic European and domestic double with a 19-13 win over Wasps in the Premiership Final.
Wasps opened the scoring with an early penalty, but Exeter hit back with the game's first try to lead 7-3 midway through the first half.
A Wasps try on the half-hour mark saw them regain the lead 10-7, but Exeter would keep the scoreboard ticking over, kicking two penalties in the final five minutes of the half to take a slender 13-10 advantage into the break. The arm wrestle continued in the second half, with neither side able to gain much ascendancy. Wasps drew level with a penalty 58 minutes as we were set for a thrilling final quarter.
The Exeter Chiefs restored their three point lead with a penalty with around 15 minutes to play.
A tense final ten minutes followed, with Wasps applying Pressure to the Chiefs line but they were kept out by some resolute defence. The Exeter Chiefs would show their championship calibre as they controlled the final five minutes of the clock, eventually being awarded a late penalty which they slotted with the final play to seal their historic victory.