Gallagher Premiership became heated conversation among locals in Broadway, as Jonny Hill and Sam Simmonds scored hat tricks for Exeter Chiefs. The below-strength Worcester Warriors were dominated brutally by a nine-try win of Exeter.

The bonus points were wrapped within 30 minutes by the host. An excellent attempt by Jack Nowell further push the club towards victory as Simmonds twice went over along with Hill’s first.

Before Ashley Beck can score a consolation for his team, Jacques Vermeulen got the eighth try while Simmonds added his third! Hills completed the hat trick just before the first half.

This is the first hat trick scored by Hill in the 2020 premiership by a second row. Back in March 2003, Simon Shaw’s first scored three tries for Wasps against the Saracens and can still be a good conversation starter. Exeter dominated throughout against the Worcester line-up with their extraordinary with full-strength side tactics.

Chiefs secured the second position just after Sharks destroyed Bristol with a 40-7 win on Saturday. Out of 17 games, Exeter Chiefs won 13 of them and kept on topping the charts. Worcester still retained their position at 10th place.

After a transgression by Hogg, Luke Cowan-Dickie accomplished a try, and Vermeulen showed a powerful run, down 30 meters from the left-wing.

Nowell, however, displayed sheer strength while dragging three defenders along with him as he pinned the fourth try in the right corner with the bonus-point. The shot got assisted by Simmond’s blindside move from the back of the defense line. Exeter completed the opening half with a 38-0 lead.

Exeter Chiefs tight defense laid off Worcester as they were quickly gaining possessions. In 56th minutes, Jacques Vermeulen’s try took Exeter’s tally over 50 points and Simmonds completed his hat trick with the next 10 minutes.

While the clock was 10 minutes away from ticking the victory of The Chiefs, Ashley Beck gained some confidence in the fans by scoring the first points. At the end of the game, Worcester got succumbed to a 52 point defeat.