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Gareth Steenson reveals he 'hadn't eaten in days' due to nerves before delivering first Exeter Chiefs title - Mirror.co.uk

After Gareth Steenson kicked Exeter to Premiership final glory, the fly-half went in search of a good meal. The Ulster-born fly-half showed balls of steel to land the late penalty winner which settled only the second final ever to go to extra-time. He ...and more »

Wasps 20-23 Exeter Chiefs (AET): Gareth Steenson kicks extra-time penalty to win Aviva Premiership final - Mirror.co.uk

Rob Baxter laid on cider and pasties on the team after his Chiefs scalped Wasps. But the Exeter boss warned that the celebrations must stop when they get back to the West Country – because Europe is next on his list. Seven years after winning promotion ...and more »

Gareth Steenson reveals how his late father inspired him to kick Exeter Chiefs' Premiership final-winning penalty - The Independent

Exeter Chiefs' Premiership-winning hero, Gareth Steenson, revealed how his father inspired him to kick the penalty that clinched a thrilling 23-20 extra-time victory over Wasps to win a nail-biting final at Twickenham. Steenson was one of three Exeter ...and more »

Wasps 20 Exeter 23: Gareth Steenson kicks dramatic extra-time penalty to earn Chiefs Premiership glory - The Sun

GARETH STEENSON showed nerves of steel to save Exeter Chiefs from defeat and then clinch a dramatic Aviva Premiership victory. Steenson shrugged off the huge pressure on his shoulders as he slotted between the posts to see his side crowned English ...and more »

Premiership final live: Exeter Chiefs win their first ever top flight title as Gareth Steenson scores extra-time penalty - The Independent

Wasps and Exeter Chiefs face off at Twickenham in the Premiership final with the winner set to be crowned the English champions for the 2016/17 season. Follow the latest here. Wasps vs Exeter Chiefs kicks off at 14:30 BST; Wasps make three changes with ...and more »

How Rob Baxter's Exeter heroes found extra push when it mattered most - Telegraph.co.uk

Masters of the Aviva Premiership, Lords of Devon, darlings of the neutral masses, the Exeter Chiefs team bus led a tumultuous army back west on Saturday night bonded as one, with their Lions' wing, Jack Nowell, determined to enjoy the night before ...and more »

Jack Nowell's endless energy levels pay off for Exeter Chiefs and gives Warren Gatland plenty to think about - The Independent

It was the 14th minute of extra-time, the 94th gruelling minute of the Premiership final, when Jack Nowell collected the ball from the base of a ruck and looked up. Around him, there were Wasps defenders out on their feet, Exeter teammates running on ...and more »

Jack Nowell catches £463 taxi to join British and Irish Lions after joining Exeter Chiefs for Premiership party - Mirror.co.uk

Jack Nowell took a 200-mile taxi ride to become a Lion – hours after turning Exeter into England's champion club. The Red Rose star flies to New Zealand on Monday as part of Warren Gatland's touring squad, exhausted after the weekend of his dreams.and more »

Exeter Chiefs crowned champions of England after extra time in the most nailbiting match in Premiership history - Telegraph.co.uk

Appropriately it was left to Gareth Steenson, one of just three survivors from the Exeter Chiefs squad that defied the odds to win promotion from the Championship seven years ago, to kick the decisive points that turned their Premiership dream into a ...and more »

Exeter and Wasps serve up final thriller to show best of English club rugby - The Guardian (blog)

What a final, they kept saying, and they were right, but these finals always are. Folk have of late noted that we will not need play-offs any more, when they stretch the domestic season to 10 months, smoothing out those crinkly weekends which overlap ...and more »