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Gallery: Exeter Chiefs 7-20 Bristol Bears

Bristol Bears moved to the top of the Gallagher Premiership with a stunning victory over Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park.

The visitors dotted down twice as Harry Randall and Semi Radradra went over either side off half time.

Images courtesy of JMPUK.com

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