exeter chiefs' josh tatupuBath beat Montpellier 16-13 in Heineken Cup pool three in front of 11,785 at the Recreation Ground yesterday.

Early tries from Olly Woodburn (8 mins) and David Flatman (17) and two penalties from Stephen Donald secured a home win.

Bath visit Worcester in the Aviva Premiership on Friday (1945).

Bristol top the RFU Championship following yesterday’s 37-31 home win over Cornish Pirates.

Bristol visit ninth placed London Scottish on Saturday, fourth placed Pirates are at eighth placed Doncaster. Plymouth Albion, in 10th place, host third placed London Welsh at Brickfields (1500).

Exeter Chiefs swept up to second in Amlin Challenge Cup pool four following Saturday’s scintillating 68-0 10-try home win over Italian Super 10 side Cavalieri Prato in front of nearly 6,000 at Sandy Park.

Ben White, Josh Tatupu (2), James Phillips (2), Mark Foster, Chris Bentley and Jack Nowell scored tries to add to two penalty tries.

Igancio Mieres added four conversions and two penalties. Gareth Steenson added two conversions.

Truro-born teenage prop Luke Cowan-Dickie, 18, made his first team debut for Chiefs as a second half replacement. 

Chiefs return to Aviva Premiership action at Sale on Friday night (1945).

pictured: Two-try Tatupu

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