RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs suffer last-gasp agony

RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs suffer last-gasp agony

RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs suffer last-gasp agony

First published in Sport

A DROP-GOAL by Andy Goode with the last kick of the game consigned Exeter Chiefs to a 19-16 defeat at London Wasps in the Aviva Premiership this afternoon.

Exeter led 13-3 at the break through a Dave Lewis converted try and two Henry Slade penalties, with Wasps' points coming from the boot of Elliot Daly.

Andy Goode reduced the visitors' lead to 13-9 with two penalties before Joe Simpson's converted try gave the home side the lead.

But Slade levelled the game with his third penalty before Goode's late heroics.

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