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Premiership semi-final: Exeter Chiefs 35-6 Bath – Exeter keep double hopes alive

Jonny Hill
Jonny Hill has scored seven tries in his past five Exeter appearances
Exeter Chiefs (14) 35
Tries: Hill 2, Cowan-Dickie, Hogg, Devoto Cons: J Simmonds 5
Bath (6) 6
Pens: Priestland 2

Exeter stayed on course for a domestic and European double by beating Bath in their Premiership semi-final.

The Chiefs will meet Wasps in the final at Twickenham on 24 October.

Jonny Hill’s try put Exeter ahead after Bath had started strongly, Rhys Priestland kicked two penalties to bring the visitors close before Luke Cowan-Dickie got a second Chiefs try.

A Stuart Hogg try and Hill’s second sealed the win before Ollie Devoto went over against his former club.

Exeter play French club Racing 92 in the European Champions Cup final on 17 October, before a fifth successive appearance in the Premiership’s showpiece at Twickenham.

Bath dominate first period, but Exeter take their chances

Exeter v Bath
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Exeter Chiefs thrash Bath to reach fifth consecutive Premiership final and keep double hopes alive

Hello and welcome to Telegraph Sport’s live coverage of today’s second Gallagher Premiership semi-final between Exeter and Bath at Sandy Park, where the winner will face Wasps at Twickenham in the final on Saturday October 24.

After a thrilling, comprehensive Wasps victory at the Ricoh Arena earlier in the day, this one is expected to be slightly closer. Rob Baxter’s Exeter Chiefs have undoubtedly been the form team since the Premiership’s August restart, but form matters for little in knockout rugby. Bath, who are nigh-on full-strength, are one team who could definitely shock the Chiefs at a crowd-less Sandy Park.

Befitting a Premiership semi-final, there are juicy match-ups to be found all over the field but, as ever, the back-row battle will be most fascincating. Dave Ewers, Jacques Vermeulen and Sam Simmonds against the visitors’ trio of Tom Ellis, Sam Underhill and Taulupe Faletau. Toothsome.

Bath might fancy their

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Halloween display in Bath keeps the holiday spirit alive

BATH, Mich. (WILX) – One local family in Bath isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from keeping the spirit of Halloween alive.



a chair sitting in front of a curtain: One local family in Bath isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from keeping the spirit of Halloween alive.


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One local family in Bath isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from keeping the spirit of Halloween alive.

“I bought the inventory of a costume shop. So, I had plenty of costumes hoping to open a costume shop this year, but that will happen next year in 2021. So I had (the) time and I am very creative. (I) just needed somewhere to put my creative outlets and this is what I came up with,” said owner and creator Matt Schultheiss.

They call it the “VanHelsteam’s Circus of Failures”. Located on Cutler Road, people are welcome to drive by and look at the display from their car or walk by keeping (a) social distance to enjoy the view for free.

“The ticket booth

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