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Live Reporting

By James Law, Andrew Aloia and Phil Shepka

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thank you and goodbye

    Semesa Rokoduguni score a late Bath try

    That wasn't a bad way to end the weekend's Premiership action.

    You could argue that all the results went to form, but we had stoppage-time tries, yellow cards and injuries to key players to keep up with.

    Until next time, goodbye.

  2. FT: Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Semesa Rokoduguni's stoppage-time try snatches a Premiership win for Bath in a low-scoring encounter at Exeter.

    Read up on the late, late drama at Sandy Park right here as Brent Pilnick was there for BBC Sport.

    Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Semesa Rokoduguni

    Semesa Rokoduguni's stoppage-time try snatches a Premiership win for Bath in a low-scoring encounter at Exeter.

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  3. FT: Bristol 13-31 Sale

    Bristol's Gavin Henson is forced off injured on his comeback as the Premiership's bottom side are easily beaten by Sale at Ashton Gate.

    Bristol 13-31 Sale

    Gavin Henson

    Bristol's Gavin Henson is forced off injured on his comeback as the Premiership's bottom side are easily beaten by Sale.

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  4. 'I don't want to look for excuses'

    Match reaction: Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Exeter head coach Rob Baxter told BT Sport: "It was a tough old finish for us really, but I think great credit to Bath - I think they just edged that resilience battle.

    "We're in an interesting position now - these games are going to have a different connotation for us now.

    "Games that go on one decision are always hard to take, but I don't want to look for excuses, I want to look at ourselves."

  5. 'That's why we love sport'

    Match reaction: Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Bath director of rugby Todd Blackadder speaking to BT Sport: "I think that's why we love sport, isn't it.

    "We had a lot of belief throughout that game - it just shows the commitment and belief within the team.

    "I'm just so pleased for the players - to see them grind it out and go through some real 'can't we can we'."

  6. Post update

    FT: Wasps 31-6 Newcastle

    Want to find out how Wasps closed the gap on Premiership leaders Saracens to just one point?

    Well you can here...

  7. Post update

    FT: Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Well I was crying out for some drama in that game and boy did it arrive in the end.

    The win consolidates Bath's third place in the Premiership, while Exeter are languishing down in seventh.

    Remember when Bath came ninth last season, having been runners-up the year before? Maybe Chiefs are going the same way.

  8. Full-time

    Exeter 10-13 Bath

    And that's it.

    A massive moment from a massive player for Bath.

    The Exeter players and fans look crestfallen. Well played Semesa Rokoduguni, you've earned your side four points when it looked very unlikely.

  9. Try (Rokoduguni, con Ford)

    Exeter 10-13 Bath

    Just moments earlier Semesa Rokoduguni would have gone over if the kick out wide was accurate enough, but the Bath winger was not to be denied.

    The Fiji-born England international shrugs off Olly Woodburn and Gareth Steenson out wide to go over and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

  10. Post update

    Exeter 10-6 Bath

    The clock now reads 85 minutes and we're still playing at Sandy Park.

    Bath camped just yards from the try line, the prize is so close, yet they have 15 Exeter men in black putting their bodies on the line.

    Who will come out on top? Attack or defence?

  11. Post update

    Exeter 10-6 Bath

    As you might expect, Bath are applying pressure by the bucket load in search of a last-gasp try to snatch victory from their hosts.

    Exeter are giving away penalties galore but are so far holding strong.

    When the ball goes out of play it'll all be over.

  12. Full-time

    Bristol 13-31 Sale

    Andy Robinson

    David Lemi's try and a strong finish by the hosts is nowhere near enough as Bristol crash to their ninth defeat in all competitions this season.

    For Sale, that is just their third Premiership win of the season.

  13. Try (Lemi, con Geraghty)

    Bristol 13-31 Sale

    There is a big roar and David Lemi touches down for Bristol. 

    Then there is quick conversion from Shane Geraghty, but all of that is just a consolation on what has been another difficult day for the hosts in the Premiership.

  14. Full-time

    Wasps 31-6 Newcastle

    Jimmy Gopperth

    Wasps may not have been on the top of their game today but they have ground out a maximum haul of points from their match against Newcastle Falcons.

    For the visitors, though, they will be disappointed not to take advantage of an off-colour Wasps.

    And we'll all be hoping Marty Moore is OK after that injury in the first half.

  15. Post update

    Exeter 10-6 Bath

    Brent Pilnick

    BBC Sport at Sandy Park

    Huge cheers for that try for Mitch Lees.

    Exeter have been under huge pressure to get a result and if they can hang on this will represent a massive win in their season.

    The home side have five minutes to hang on to their slender advantage.

  16. Try (Gopperth, con Gopperth)

    Wasps 31-6 Newcastle

    Bonus-point try for Wasps!

    A sustained spell of pressure from the hosts ends when Jimmy Gopperth touches down for his second try of the afternoon. He has been a revelation for his side this season.

    He converts his own try.

  17. Try (Curry, con Mugford)

    Bristol 6-31 Sale

    Tom Curry, on the pitch for just five minutes after replacing Cameron Neild, makes an immediate impact with his first try for the club after big put through by Mike Haley. Dan Mugford lands the conversion.

  18. Try (Lees, con Steenson)

    Exeter 10-6 Bath

    We've waited 70 minutes and it's finally arrived.

    A good old-fashioned try which could decide this derby.

    Chiefs win the lineout and turn to their driving maul, which takes back-row Mitch Lees over the line.

  19. Penalty (Ford)

    Exeter 3-6 Bath

    Talk about holding your nerve!

    George Ford hasn't had it all his own way this afternoon, but the Bath fly-half shows his international class to kick a speculative long-range penalty between the posts and put the visitors in front for the first time.

    It's not been pretty, but there are 13 minutes for drama to unfold.

  20. Post update

    Exeter 3-3 Bath

    Brent Pilnick

    BBC Sport at Sandy Park

    What a finely poised final quarter we face here at Sandy Park.

    Exeter have had slightly the better of the second half territory, but their one clear cut chance was controversially halted by the referee.

    Bath have a four-game winning streak, which they will want to turn into five.