Exeter's Gareth Steenson missed a conversion attempt with the last kick of the match as Gloucester won 14-13 at Sandy Park.
Exeter Chiefs are hoping that they'll make history this weekend with a win at Bath in the semi-final of the LV Cup
Exeter Chiefs saw their run of five-straight defeats in the Aviva Premiership come to an end as they completed the double over London Irish.
Exeter Chiefs and their supporters came together to celebrate last month's historic LV Cup victory with an open-top bus parade. Thousands lined the city centre streets to cheer the club's first ever major trophy success.
Thousands of Rugby fans lined the streets in Exeter City Centre this weekend to celebrate Exeter Chief's LV Cup win. The Chiefs beat Northampton Saints at Sandy Park in March.
It was their first major honour. The team were also treated to a civic reception at Exeter Guildhall by the city's Mayor
Crowds lined the streets to celebrate Exeter Chiefs' victory in the LV= Cup.
It's the first major trophy for the club since they won promotion to the Premiership.
Fans turned out in force to show their support as the team made their open-topped bus tour.
John Andrews reports:
An Exeter Chiefs fan got more than he bargained for when he ran onto the pitch to celebrate a last minute try.
Chris Kellow, who's from Cornwall, invaded the pitch during the Chiefs' game against Gloucester at the weekend, but got a frosty welcome from Fly Half Freddie Burns, who dumped him to the ground. The celebration proved premature, as Gloucester went on to win the match!
Exeter Chiefs are preparing for their first cup final in six years. The Chiefs, who beat Bath in the semi final of the LV Cup, will face Northampton at Sandy Park on Sunday. They're looking for their first victory in a national cup final.
Head Coach Rob Baxter believes his team can use home advantage when they host Northampton in next Sunday's Anglo-Welsh Cup final.
Captain Dean Mumm told ITV West Country he believes the Exeter Chiefs can win next Sunday's Anglo-Welsh Cup final against Northampton at Sandy Park.
The Exeter Chiefs have reached the final of the Anglo-Welsh Cup, which will be played at their home ground, Sandy Park, next Sunday.
The Chiefs beat Bath in the semi-final at the Rec this afternoon by 22 points to 19 to record their first victory over their West Country rivals since 1978.
Two tries from Luke Arscott and a further score from Fetu Vainikolo proved crucial, while Bath missed a late penalty which would have taken the game to extra time.