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Bath beat Exeter to seal home LV Cup Semi-final


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Article Published: Sunday 5 February 2012


Bath sealed a home Anglo Welsh LV Cup Semi-final when they smashed Exeter Chiefs 3-31 at Sandy Park on Sunday evening.

The bonus point victory means that Saracens cannot overtake Bath and are out of the running in the Pool.

While Bath scored five tries - and a bonus point - the star of the match was winger and man of the match Tom Biggs as he scored three tries for the West country outfit.

More to follow.

Final Score Exeter 3 (3) Bath 31 (19)

Scorers

Bath
Tries: Biggs 3, Woodburn, Ovens
Conversions: Barkley 2

Exeter Chiefs
Penalties: Dorrian

Teams

Exeter Chiefs : 15 Phil Dollman , 14 Mark Foster , 13 Bryan Rennie , 12 Sam Hill , 11 Jack Arnott , 10 Myles Dorrian , 9 Junior Poluleuligaga , 1 Ben Moon , 2 Chris Whitehead , 3 Chris Budgen , 4 Peter Short , 5 James Hanks (capt) , 6 Dave Ewers , 7 Ben White , 8 Chad Slade

16 Tom Cowan-Dickie , 17 Ben Rogers , 18 Lloyd Fairbrother , 19 Chris Bentley , 20 Sam Blanchet , 21 Pat Phibbs , 22 Sam Jones , 23 James Lightfoot-Brown

Bath :15. Sam Vesty , 14. Olly Woodburn , 13. Matt Banahan , 12. Olly Barkley , 11. Tom Biggs , 10. Stephen Donald , 9. Chris Cook , 1. David Flatman , 2. Lee Mears , 3. Anthony Perenise , 4. Dave Attwood , 5. Ben Skirving , 6. Francois Louw (c) , 7. Guy Mercer , 8. Simon Taylor

Replacements :16. Pieter Dixon , 17. Nathan Catt , 18. David Wilson , 19. Ryan Caldwell , 20. Josh Ovens , 21. Warren Fury , 22. Nick Scott , 23. Richard Lane

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