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Summary

  1. FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens
  2. Saracens win third title in four years
  3. Injured Billy Vunipola scored Saracens' opening try
  4. Wyles, in his final match before retirement, grabs two tries for Saracens
  5. Steenson pulled a try back only for Earle to seal it late on

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By James Law

All times stated are UK

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  1. Over and out

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Saracens celebrate

    The 2017-18 Premiership campaign came down to today and Saracens blew Exeter away to win their fourth title at Twickenham.

    That's it for this season - England take centre stage with their game against the Barbarians tomorrow and a summer tour against South Africa to come.

    Thanks for your company, and we'll do it all again next season.

  2. Post update

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Do you think the Saracens players are pleased with being Premiership champions?

    I think that trophy will stay in their hands for several days yet.

    Alex Goode
    Schalk Brits
  3. 'This one means a lot.'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Quote Message: We paid them the respect they deserved and we really wanted that one. We have learnt more about ourselves this year than any other year and it's so pleasing to go through a rough patch but come together as a group - but this one means a lot. from Richard Wigglesworth Saracens scrum-half told BBC 5Live
    Richard WigglesworthSaracens scrum-half told BBC 5Live
  4. 'We've peaked at the right time'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Quote Message: It was an unbelievable effort from the boys. We spoke about using the disappointment in Europe to galvanise us and we've peaked at the right time. I've no doubt that next season the boys will come back just as hungry. from Brad Barritt Saracens captain told BT Sport
    Brad BarrittSaracens captain told BT Sport
    Saracens lift trophy
  5. 'See you next season'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

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    Let's not forget today's runners-up, who have been very gracious in defeat.

    They won the Premiership title against all the odds last season and have followed it up by finishing top of the table and reaching another final.

    Exeter look very capable of distinguishing themselves as one of England's rugby giants.

  6. Post update

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Nathan Earle's facial expressions says it all as he scored Saracens' fourth and final try.

    From determination to unbridled joy.

    Nathan Earle scores Saracens' fourth try
    Nathan Earle celebrates his try
    Nathan Earle celebrates
  7. 'That was our best final'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Quote Message: That was our best performance in a final because of the opposition. The first 30 minutes we didn't touch the ball and our defence was incredible. We kept them away from our 22 and it was a huge effort from everybody. from Mark McCall Saracens director of rugby told BT Sport
    Mark McCallSaracens director of rugby told BT Sport
    Alex Good celebrates
  8. Hodgson hails Wigglesworth

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

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    Former Sarries fly-half Charlie Hodgson raises a great point - FIVE Premiership titles for Richard Wigglesworth.

    A quite extraordinary record for the former England scrum-half.

  9. Post update

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Medals collected, champagne at the ready, and wide smiles.

    Brad Barritt collects the trophy and lifts it to the sky - Saracens are the Premiership champions!

    Great scenes at Twickenham to celebrate the deserved victors.

  10. 'Saracens simply too good'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Matt Dawson

    Former Lions and England scrum-half on BBC Radio 5 live

    Saracens have some world class players and today they have turned up, they have been efficient and precise.

    I don't care how Exeter could have played today but if Saracens are going to play like then I can't see anyone beating them in the league, they were simply too good.

    They have such consistancy on and off the pitch, they have a great academy with good English players and their fans are consistent too.

    All in all they thoroughly deserve the run they are on.

  11. Post update

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    The Exeter players come up to collect their runners-up medals.

    Several of them have been in tears since full time - showing the emotion of another spectacular season.

    Soon the Saracens squad will come to collect their trophy.

  12. 'I thought I wouldn't last 30 minutes'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Quote Message: It was so tough that I thought I wasn't going to last 30 minutes. Hopefully tomorrow our leaders can lead us around the nice pubs of Hammersmith and Twickenham from Billy Vunipola Saracens number eight told BT Sport
    Billy VunipolaSaracens number eight told BT Sport
  13. 'Chiefs have been best in England'

    FT: Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Quote Message: It was a tough shift and we expected to be. Chiefs have been the best team in England for a while now so we're very glad to get away with a win. from Mako Vunipola Saracens man of the match told BT Sport
    Mako VunipolaSaracens man of the match told BT Sport
  14. BreakingSARACENS ARE CHAMPIONS

    Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Saracens win graphic

    Exeter may have started strongly but it's all about how you finish.

    Four tries to one tells the story - Saracens are worthy Premiership champions.

    It's their fourth title, preventing Exeter from gaining back-to-back titles.

  15. Try (Earle, con Spencer)

    Exeter 10-27 Saracens

    Sarries deep inside the Exeter 22 and taking their time.

    Their handling is spot on as always and Nathan Earle gets the try to seal the Premiership title.

    Mark McCall jumps for joy - he can start celebrating now.

    Ben Spencer is off target with the conversion, but it won't matter.

  16. Post update

    Exeter 10-22 Saracens

    Mako Vunipola of Saracens breaks

    Saracens take off the quite excellent Mako Vunipola, who has blood over his jersey and looks ready for bed.

    Owen Farrell is watching on nervously from the bench as his team-mates prepare for a scrum.

    Exeter need two scores to change the result of this match, and I'm not sure they have it in them.

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    Exeter 10-22 Saracens

    David Tomlinson: Sarries determined defence stronger than Exeter persistent, but rather blunt, attack.

  18. Post update

    Exeter 10-22 Saracens

    The heat is getting to players on both sides now - they're exhausted and understandably so.

    George Kruis with hands on head for Saracens

    Alex Goode sidesteps an Exeter defender as Sarries look to seal the title, but there's a knock-on.

    We have around five minutes to play.

  19. Penalty (Spencer)

    Exeter 10-22 Saracens

    Ben Spencer assumes kicking duties with Owen Farrell off the pitch and knocks over an easy one in front of the posts.

    Schalk Brits is back on for Saracens and things are starting to look good for them again after a wobble.

  20. Farrell and Billy Vunipola take a seat

    Exeter 10-19 Saracens

    Sonja McLaughlan

    Rugby union reporter on BBC Radio 5 live

    Owen Farrell of Saracens is replaced

    Owen Farrell walks off with a little shake of his head and sits straight down on the bench. Looks a tactical change rather than an injury.

    Billy Vunipola pitchside.

    Meanwhile, Billy Vunipola is a rather more interested observer pitchside.