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Goode vibrations still resound at the Ricoh Coventry-born Andy Goode's haul with the boot brought up a century of points for him at the Ricoh Arena, in only seven appearances on his 'home ground' for the Coventry City fan. That took him past an individual century of points at the Ricoh as Wasps took a giant stride towards joining Exeter in next season's European Champions Cup. Despite winning, Wasps remain sixth but, with two games to go they are now within two points of fifth-placed Exeter - and just five behind third-place Saracens as the battle for a top four play-off place hots up. Wasps were ahead after only 70 seconds when, from a scrum 15 metres out, number eight Nathan Hughes picked up and drew in two defenders to provide Wade with a simple, converted try. Within three minutes, Exeter were level when Chudley saw a gap in the defence to race 15 metres to score, Slade converting. After an exchange of penalties, Exeter remained in contention until Waldrom was harshly yellow-carded for a deliberate knock-on, a decision that quickly proved crucial when Wasps earned a penalty try, which Goode converted for a 26-16 half-time lead. Waldrom then forced his way over from close range for his 14th Premiership try of the season to leave Exeter trailing 29-23 at the end of the third quarter. But, although Goode missed with a late penalty to keep the result in doubt, Simpson scored a blistering solo try to seal victory with four minutes to go. The Wasps scrum-half produced an electric burst to run 50 metres to score, Goode adding the extras before Steenson dropped a goal with the final kick of the match. Wasps director of rugby Dai Young: "We have got one foot in the top six, but there are no easy games in the Premiership. "If we can beat Leicester next up then we can cement our place and go into the last game against London Irish and give the top four a real crack. "It was a typical Wasps performance, brilliant on occasions, but we caused ourselves no end of problems.
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Peter Coombe, prosecuting, said the conspiracy started in October 2013 and ran until the Devon and Cornwall Police raid in August 2014. In that time five drugs runs had been made to Exeter. He said the gang was in contact with people in Liverpool and Berkshire who were sourcing drugs from an organised crime group. The court heard the drugs were mixed for resupply which yielded "greater profits". 'Lavish lifestyles' The defendants are: Richard Armitage, 33, of Week St Mary, near Holsworthy, admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines and cannabis. Jailed for five years and three months Gary Turley, 55, of Fullers Court, Exeter, admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines and cannabis. Jailed for two years and six months Brett Seldon, 33, of Briar Crescent, Exeter, admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines. Jailed for five years and three months Marc Smith, 30, of Briar Crescent, Exeter, admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines. Jailed for three years and four months Shaun Greenham, 33, of Wonford Road, Exeter admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines. Jailed for two years and six months Richard Evans, 47, of High Street, Newton Poppleford, admitted conspiracy to supply amphetamines. Yet to be sentenced. Officers found amphetamine in the freezer of a property After court, Det Sgt Rob Youngman said "Seldon and Armitage were controlling the commercial supply of drugs from Liverpool and Slough and did so to fund their lavish lifestyles, which included high performance vehicles, clothing, gadgets and gambling.
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