RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs return to winning ways

RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs return to winning ways

RUGBY: Exeter Chiefs return to winning ways

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Exeter Chiefs beat Worcester 33-9 to maintain their unbeaten home record in the Premiership.

Gonzalo Camacho's try put Exeter ahead and Gareth Steenson kicked the conversion and four penalties as the hosts opened up a 19-point lead.

Andy Goode's penalty on the stroke of half-time closed the gap to 19-3.

Goode added two more penalties after the break but Haydn Thomas and Chris Budgen then went over for Exeter, Steenson converting both tries to take his personal points tally to 16.

Exeter, who did the double over Worcester last season, went into the game on the back of a three-match losing streak.

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