Exeter set up Anglo-Welsh final against Leicester

Sam Simmonds scored the Chiefs' final try to seal the success
Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final
Exeter (14) 24
Tries: Turner, Bodily, Salvi, S Simmonds Cons: J Simmonds 2
Harlequins (0) 7
Try: Walker Con: Lang

Exeter Chiefs booked a third straight Anglo-Welsh Cup final place and will face Leicester Tigers after a hard-earned victory against Harlequins.

First-half Lachlan Turner and Max Bodilly tries gave Chiefs the platform after both sides had scores ruled out.

Julian Salvi's pick-and-go score and Sam Simmonds' close-range try capped the win for the Chiefs who had a Turner effort chalked off by the TMO.

Charlie Walker's try at the death for Quins was a mere consolation.

Exeter's win means they will go to Twickenham Stoop next Sunday, the home of Quins, for the final against the Tigers.

More to follow.

Exeter: Turner; Jess, Devoto, S Hill, Bodilly; J Simmonds, Townsend; Moon, Malton, Williams, Atkins, Welch, White, Salvi (capt), S Simmonds.

Replacements: Taione, Keast, Low, J Hill, Johnson, Thomas, Hooley, Hendrickson.

Harlequins: Chisholm; Walker, Marchant, Hopper, Alofa; Jackson, Jones; Lambert, Gray, A Jones, Merrick, Matthews, Naoupu, Ward (capt), Luamanu.

Replacements: Buchanan, Evans, Shields, South, Hodson, Waters, Lang, Yarde.

Referee: Daniel Jones (Wales)

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