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FORMER Dragons ace Phil Dollman, Ollie Devoto and Olly Woodburn have become the latest players to commit their futures to Exeter.
EXETER CHIEFS: P Dollman; J Nowell, H Slade, I Whitten, S Cordero; G Steenson (c), S Townsend; B Moon, L Cowan-Dickie, H Williams; D Dennis, S Skinner; D Ewers, D Armand, M Kvesic.
EXETER CHIEFS: Phil Dollman; Ian Whitten (Alex Cuthbert, 69), Henry Slade, Ollie Devoto, Santiago Cordero; Gareth Steenson, Stuart Townsend (Jack Maunder, 65); Alec Hepburn (Greg Holmes, 53), Jack Yeandle (c) (Luke Cowan-Dickie, 53), Tomas Francis (Harry Williams, 53); Ollie Atkins, Sam Skinner (Toby Salmon, 11), Don Armand, Matt Kvesic (Sean Lonsdale, 70), Sam Simmonds.
Few, and not even Phil Dollman himself, could have envisaged the impact the utility back would have on the Exeter Chiefs when making the move to Sandy Park at the end of the 2008-09 campaign in Wales.
"I was surprised to find that there were many features in the palate and snout that were completely different between shartegosuchids and extant crocodilians," Kathleen Dollman, the lead author of the study, said in a (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-06/uotw-itg061818.php) statement.
Exeter fly-half Joe Simmonds - younger brother of England back-row forward Sam Simmonds, who featured off the bench after suffering a shoulder injury three weeks ago - kicked four penalties and provided a key assist for full-back Phil Dollman's try.
Netcare 911 spokesman Nick Dollman said the service had responded to a call of a lioness attack in Hammanskraal town.
WALES full-back Phil Dollman's tour-ending knee injury has been described as "significant" following his withdrawal from the squad.
There are just three men left standing from the Exeter team that beat Bristol in the Championship play-offs back in 2010 - Gareth Steenson, prop Ben Moon and full-back Phil Dollman.
First-half tries by Daly's Lions colleague Jack Nowell and full-back Phil Dollman - plus two Steenson conversions - built a 14-3 advantage, yet Gopperth's touchdown just before half-time appeared to tilt the balance psychologically.
Exeter, beaten in the final by Saracens last year, built a deserved 14-3 lead after 30 minutes with tries by Jack Nowell and Phil Dollman but Wasps finally found a way to unleash their top-drawer backs and well-crafted tries by Jimmy Gopperth and Elliot Daly either side of halftime helped them turn it into 20-14 lead midway through the second half.