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Summary

  1. FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter
  2. Steenson pen in extra time wins it for Exeter
  3. Chiefs claim maiden Premiership title
  4. Daly & Gopperth cross for Wasps
  5. Nowell & Dollman score for Chiefs

Live Reporting

By Nathan Middleton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Exeter are champions

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter celebrate

    That is just about it from us today.

    Thank you for your company not only this afternoon but across the whole of the 2016-17 Premiership season where we've covered every single game.

    In the highest every point-scoring season, that was some game to send us into the summer break.

    Exeter fans, enjoy tonight. Wasps followers, commiserations.

  2. Fancy some more?

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Munster flags

    If you still have more of a rugby itch that needs to be scratched there is the Pro12 final tonight between Munster and Scarlets starting at 18:15 BST.

    You can watch it on the BBC Sport website and mobile app here.

  3. Wasps 20-23 Exeter (aet)

    If you're only just joining us, you have missed a ridiculously good final.

    No worries though, James Law has the story of an incredible 100 minutes from Twickenham.

    Wasps 20-23 Exeter (aet)

    Exeter won their first English title eight years after winning promotion to the top flight

    Gareth Steenson kicks a late penalty in extra time to seal an exhilarating Premiership final win for Exeter over Wasps at Twickenham.

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  4. Exeter are champions

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter chairman Tony Rowe told BT Sport:

    "Coming here last year and losing I know the pain, but I'm very pleased today.

    "It is awesome. It was done on a seven year plan so we're actually on time.

    "Five minutes to go I didn't think we would do it but it is incredible.

    "We want to be the best in Europe now.

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    #bbcrugby

    Matt Williams: Absolutely heart broken as a Wasps fan, but well done Chiefs, such a great match, sadly came out on wrong side of a great result

    Josh Withers: Numb. Exeter incredible.

    Sam Cottle: As a wasps fan it's heartbreak but hats off to an excellent Exeter team. Well deserved. Rugby truly a great sport

  6. Chiefs' chief enjoys the moment

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Poignant moment for Exeter chairman Tony Rowe, he's been at the helm throughout the rise through the leagues, to the top of the English game.

    BBC Sport app users may need to select ‘view more’ to see tweet.

  7. 'It's agony'

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Wasps captain Joe Launchbury told BT Sport:

    "It's agony really watching it. One side are always going to come out on the wrong side and unfortunately that is us today.

    "We were happy how we came back into the game

    "We felt in the extra-time we had enough but the pressure told in the end. We need to come back next year and work harder."

  8. 'You can see what it meant'

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter Chiefs centre Jack Nowell told BBC Radio 5 live:

    "You can see what it meant to the boys, we dug in, we said we'd play for 90-100 minutes. We wanted to make amends for last year.

    "We backed ourselves on our fitness, we don't work so hard to give up on 80 minutes, we knew Wasps would be great today, but we knew we'd go beyond 80 minutes.

    "We went through it last year, went through that, know how it feels and we gave our all.

    "It's the hard work we did at the start of the year and we want to play for each other. It means so much for all of us."

    Jack Nowell
  9. Exeter are champions

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Dai Young gathers his whole squad and backroom staff in a big circle on the Twickenham turf and passionately barks out his speech.

    His side finished top and came so close after being 20-14 ahead in the second-half.

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    Ash Green: Couldn't be at Twickenham but followed from Budapest... A lot of alcohol is going to be consumed tonight, what a result!

    Andrew Priestly: Gareth Steenson, nerves of steel. Exeter Chiefs are more than worthy Premiership champions after beating both Saracens and Wasps.

    Nick Hughes: Wasps spend all that money and sign big-name players but they still can't win when it matters. Fantastic

  11. Exeter are champions

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Rob Baxter

    In May 2007, Exeter had just finished their season fourth in the Championship as Leeds Tykes won promotion back to the top flight.

    10 years later they are the champions of England.

    After 14 years as a player, 10 years as captain and eight years as head coach at the Chiefs, there are few people that would begrudge Rob Baxter getting his hands on the trophy - he even looked as if a few tears were flowing at full-time.

  12. Exeter are champions

    FT: Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter fly-half Gareth Steenson told BT Sport:

    "It was such a tough game with the emotional highs and lows.

    "To be standing here where we were seven years ago is absolutely amazing - I can't take it in at the minute.

    "I was hoping we would get the try and it wouldn't come down to me kicking a goal.

    "I can't put it into words as the group have worked so hard all year."

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  14. BreakingExeter are champions

    Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter fans

    A titanic, memorable, absorbing final.

    Exeter's fairytale continues as the Chiefs are crowned the best side in England in the most dramatic style.

    Gareth Steenson the hero with the kick but what an effort from the whole squad.

    Superb game, Wasps, who finished top, will feel very hard done by.

  15. Post update

    Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    We're into the final minute.

    Exeter inside their own 22. They don't care. Keep hold of the ball and they're champions.

  16. Post update

    Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    Exeter regather a short kick-off and have 90 seconds to keep hold of the ball.

  17. Penalty (Steenson)

    Wasps 20-23 Exeter

    He nails it through.

    Gareth Steenson, the man who has been on the journey with Exeter from the Championship could have won it for the Devon side.

    Gareth Steenson
  18. Post update

    Wasps 20-20 Exeter

    A penalty to Exeter from the scrum!!

  19. Post update

    Wasps 20-20 Exeter

    The clock is off.

    Wasps prop Matt Mullan has to receive some treatment. He is fine though and we set again.

    Crouch, bind, set.