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Exeter Chiefs win the Anglo-Welsh Cup – how social media reacted

Exeter Chiefs win the Anglo-Welsh Cup – how social media reacted
Jack Innard’s brace and a try from Toby Salmon helped Exeter Chiefs put their recent Anglo-Welsh Cup Final woes behind them on Good Friday.
The Chiefs, who were appearing in their fourth successive final but had been beaten by Saracens and Leicester Tigers in successive seasons, scored three first-half tries to best Bath Rugby 28-11 at Kingsholm.
Here’s how social media reacted to Exeter reclaiming the cup they last won in 2014.

Exeter’s Moray Low celebrated success with a heartwarming family photo

Meanwhile, Bath Rugby’s Freddie Burns issued a rallying cry following his team’s defeat

Exeter were congratulated by Gloucester Rugby, who hosted Friday’s final

Victory proved to be something to make a song and dance about, even for the smallest of Chiefs fans

And it was certainly worth the trip for those that made the pilgrimage to Kingsholm

With so many new heroes involved, the Exeter academy couldn’t help but share their delight

Kai Horstmann is set to retire at the end of the season to join Exeter’s commerical team, and he was handed the ideal retirement gift

And sometimes, simplicity is king, with the Chiefs succinctly summing up their achievement

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