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Live Reporting

Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

  1. Hats off Exeter, commiserations Wasps

    And as Exeter's celebrations continue on the pitch, that's where we'll leave proceedings here at Twickenham on a damp autumn night.

    What an end to an incredible Premiership season.

    You can read how the Chiefs won this final against Wasps by reading Brent Pilnick's match report below.

    One season may be over, but we won't have to wait long for the next one to start!

    It all resumes in less than a month and we'll be here to bring it to you across BBC Sport.

    Until then - I'm off to dry myself off (and this laptop) and thank you for following it all with us.

    Exeter hold off Wasps to clinch double

    Exeter Chiefs champions

    Exeter complete a historic domestic and European double as they beat Wasps 19-13 to win the Premiership title.

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  2. Exeter are the 2020 Premiership champions!

    Fireworks and sparklers go off once again around a largely-empty Twickenham.

    Exeter won't care one bit though as they finally get their hands on the Premiership trophy again.

    They have completed a domestic and European double in a season they will never forget.

    Exeter champions
  3. Post update

    And now here come Exeter to put another set of medals around their necks....

  4. Post update

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Joe Launchbury leads Wasps up next to collect their runners-up medals.

    The wait for a Premiership crown goes on for them now back to 2008.

  5. 'Wasps deserve huge credit'

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Paul Grayson

    Former England fly-half on BBC 5 Radio Live Sports Extra

    Wasps deserve huge credit, obviously they've been under pressure with their squad because of Covid but the 23 who took the field today gave it everything and for one brief moment they had one hand on the trophy.

  6. Post update

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Referee Craig Maxwell-Keys and his assistants receive their medals first up.

    A tough gig to referee this final in these conditions but a fine job nonetheless.

  7. Post update

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    In these Covid-19 times, there won't be too much hanging around until the trophy is presented.

    It's ready and waiting for Exeter to lift it once again on a plinth on halfway.

  8. 'Exeter are a poster team for the Premiership'

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Matt Dawson

    Former Wasps and England scrum-half on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra

    This Exeter squad are a quality outfit.

    The dynasty, the legacy that this team can create for the next two or three years could easily compete with the Wasps from the noughties and the Leicester of the nineties.

    They are a poster team for the Premiership right now and I'm thrilled to bits for them because they are a team you want to support and do well because of their attitude, there isn't a jealousy around how they do it.

    It's a hard grafting mentality and it's a pleasure to watch.

  9. Post update

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Celebrations meanwhile have begun on the pitch for double winners Exeter.

    Their chairman Tony Rowe is out there too to shake hands with the players and congratulate them on a fine season.

  10. Full-time

    Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Wasps dejected

    Disappointment and anguish etched on the faces of all the Wasps players after coming so close.

    What an effort from Lee Blackett's side when you consider their disrupted build up to this final.

    They almost came within metres of winning it too.

  11. Full-time

    Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Henry Slade

    Exeter and England centre Henry Slade is named man of the match and it's hard to argue with that decision.

    A clinical display from the number 13 with a first-half try and some very pivotal kicks to touch.

  12. BreakingEXETER WIN THE PREMIERSHIP FINAL

    FT: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    EXETER CHIEFS WIN A PREMIERSHIP AND EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS CUP DOUBLE!

    Exeter celebrate
  13. Penalty: Exeter Chiefs 19-13 Wasps

    Joe Simmonds

    No mistake once again from Joe Simmonds and that is that!

  14. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Penalty under the posts for Exeter!

    Joe Simmonds will go for another three points off the tee to round this final off.

  15. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Henry Slade again kicks to the corner from the penalty.

    Exeter are almost there.

  16. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Another penalty advantage for Exeter as they continue to squeeze themselves deep into Wasps territory.

  17. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Exeter clear to within 15 metres of the halfway line for their line-out.

    How much time will they now eat up that remains as they work through the phases?

    Another Exeter penalty as Wasps illegally collapse the maul.

    That could well be game up.

  18. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Line-out intercepted by Exeter and then they win the penalty as it goes to ground.

    Massive missed chance for Wasps.

    Jacob Umaga
  19. Post update

    Exeter Chiefs 16-13 Wasps

    Penalty to Wasps as they are held up three metres out.

    They're going to kick to the corner...

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