Baxter happy with Wasps win but outlines room for improvement
Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter admitted he was glad his side saw out their first win of the new Aviva Premiership season against Wasps at Sandy Park.
Baxter saw his side take a commanding lead in the second half, through tries from James Scaysbrook and a brace from new signing Tom James, before Wasps struck back with two of their own to bring the scores within four points at 30-26.
But time then ran out for the visitors to pull off anything spectacular and so Chiefs' first home game of the campaign ended in a welcome victory.
Baxter also reserved special praise for James, who looks set to become a firm favourite with the Exeter faithful.
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