21:38John EvelyOfficial man of the matchLouis Rees-Zammit gets the nod from the BT Sport presenters after creating two tries and finishing another. 21:37John EvelyStay tunedFull reaction to come21:37KEY EVENTFULL TIME - Gloucester Rugby 38 Exeter Chiefs 22Gloucester finish with a big scrum to end the game.
To add injury to insult, Gloucester then win a penalty at the scrum. 31-2273 minsJohn EvelyBack in the red zoneLouis Rees-Zammit almost breaks from deep but Jack Dunne just gets his hand on the shirt of the Welshman. Adam Hastings tries to run it again and get isolated by Dave Ewers and there is no moving that man mountain. Joe Simmonds kicks in the Gloucester 22.
Team news is out at midday on Thursday. The game kicks off at 7. 45pm on Friday night. Follow all the build-up, team news, live play-by-play match updates, reaction, stats, analysis and highlights from Kingsholm with regular posts below.... 14:00John EvelyInjury update from Chiefs head coach Ali Hepher“Olly (Woodburn) was a little bit tight in the warm up, so he didn’t get quite as far as we would have liked and said he couldn’t sprint at half time and so we had to make the change there for Dan Johns. "Harvs (Harvey Skinner) caught his shoulder, and I haven’t got any time scales or anything like that but we’ll see how they settle down over the weekend and then see on Monday Morning. ”13:39KEY EVENTExeter Chiefs player ratings from Gloucester Rugby defeat - 'Provided a new dimension'Rugby writer Archie Connolly takes a closer look at the individual performances from the Exeter players.
Get the full ratingsScott Sio of Exeter is held up by Chris Harris of Gloucester (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)13:35KEY EVENTGloucester Rugby 38-22 Exeter Chiefs LIVE: Reaction as Cherry and Whites secure six try victoryRugby writer Sam Rhymes takes a closer look at the individual performances from those in cherry and white. Get the full ratings.
That is a huge statement ftrom the Cherry and Whites with a five point, six try win over Exeter Chiefs. 76 minsJohn EvelyTRY - GloucesterThe Cherry and Whites save the best to last and it is a champagne try. Ruan Ackermann takes the ball on the crash. Gloucester attack down the blindside and Louis Rees-Zammit steps inside two and jets through the gap he has made before giving a no look out the back of the hand pass to his captain Lewis Ludlow who celebrates to The Shed on his way to the try line, finishing with a dive. Adam Hastings adds the extras. 38-2274 mins John EvelyMiscommunication Exeter make a hash of their attacking position. Joe Simmonds seems to get caught in two minds and throws a pass low into Rory O'Loughlin who can't hold on.
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Premiership Rugby fixtures on TV 2022/23: Live coverage and highlightsThe action begins in Bristol as the Bears face last season's rock-bottom Bath as they each bid to get their season off to a strong start. Watch Premiership Rugby on BT Sport with a monthly passLast season's defeated finalists Saracens must wait until Round 2 for their first display on BT Sport as they face Harlequins in a rematch of last season's second versus third semi-final. Saracens blew away their opposition on the day. Fans across the nation and beyond will be keen to sink their teeth into a fresh season of top tier rugby, and they have 26 rounds to do exactly that ahead of the grand final at Twickenham in May next year. RadioTimes.
31-2271 minsJohn EvelyOutstanding maul defenceGloucester attack from a 5m line out, catch and set their drive but are overpowered with a brilliant counter drive from the Exeter. Santiago Socino realises his side are about to lose the ball so tries to break off but is swarmed all over and turned over. 31-2270 minsJohn EvelyYELLOW CARD - Exeter ChiefsThat is harsh. A long TMO check decides Ian Whitten has caught Chris Harris high in the tackle. The Gloucester centre started very low, but Whitten probably was a bit high.
Rees-Zammit pounced for Gloucester’s opening try as the home side triumphed in bonus-point fashion. Fellow wing Santiago Carreras, hooker Santiago Socino, scrum-half Charlie Chapman, flanker Ruan Ackermann and captain Lewis Ludlow – Ludlow’s score was created by a stunning Rees-Zammit assist – followed him over Exeter’s line, with fly-half Adam Hastings kicking four conversions. Exeter gave as good as they got for large parts of an absorbing West Country derby, claiming tries from scrum-half Jack Maunder, lock Ruben van Heerden and wing Josh Hodge, while Harvey Skinner added two conversions and a penalty. Get the full match reportLouis Rees-Zammit of Gloucester makes a break on the way to setting up his side's sixth try (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images) (Image: Michael Steele)22:10John EvelyMatch actionLouis Rees-Zammit of Gloucester makes a break on the way to setting up his side's sixth try (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images) (Image: Michael Steele)Lewis Ludlow of Gloucester celebrates scoring his side's sixth try (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)21:56John EvelyExeter head coach Ali Hepher reactionTonight we didn't look after the ball well enough tonight.
Gloucester were absolutely clincial when they had chances and we gave them too many chances. We offered them too many points but all credit to Gloucester for taking them. 21:54John EvelyGeorge Skivington on Louis Rees-ZammitHe has got all the potential in the world to be an absolute superstar. The good thing about Zam is he is working on all his bits around the his game which don't go on his highlights reel.
Gloucester Rugby v Exeter Chiefs: Full highlights and reactionIt's game day. Gloucester Rugby host Exeter Chiefs in Round Eight of the 2022/23 Gallagher Premiership. Both sides come into the game off the back of matches decided by late kicks. The Cherry and Whites come into the match off the back of a 22-21 away win over London Irish thanks to an Adam Hastings drop kick, while Exeter were beaten 22-20 by an Alex Goode penalty at the death at home to Saracens.
Lewis Ludlow of Gloucester celebrates scoring his side's sixth try (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)13:33KEY EVENTMATCH REPORT - Louis Rees-Zammit sparkles as Gloucester earn statement win over Exeter ChiefsThere was a crackle in air at a sold out Kingsholm on Friday night as Gloucester Rugby put in their best performance of the season to beat Exeter Chiefs 38-22. Welsh superstar in the making Louis Rees-Zammit starred as Gloucester recorded their fourth successive Gallagher Premiership victory to climb to third in the table.
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