Exeter Chiefs will face Toulouse in the European Champions Cup semi-finals after overcoming fellow Premiership side Northampton Saints.
The Chiefs reached the last four of the Champions Cup for the first time in their history thanks to a 38-15 triumph at Sandy Park on Sunday.
It was a scoreline that did not reflect how close the encounter was at one stage, with Northampton – who went ahead through Dan Biggar’s early penalty – only four points behind at half-time.
However, second-half tries from Jack Nowell, Jonny Hill and Jacques Vermeulen, who also went over in the first half, put Exeter out of sight.
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Sandy Park will be the venue for Exeter’s semi-final on Saturday, as they take on Toulouse, who comfortably dispatched Ulster 36-8 at Stade Ernest Wallon.
Cheslin Kolbe was the star, with the South Africa wing scoring twice in a dominant display.
Kolbe grabbed both of his tries during the first half, with Antoine Dupont, Pita Ahki and Thomas Ramos getting in on the act after the interval, before John Cooney got a late consolation for Ulster.
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