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Billy Vunipola of Saracens didnt hit the highs of previous games against Saints 3. A sloppy performance from the favourites but another compelling individual cameo from Chris Ashton. Three tries in his two comeback games - if a wingers prime responsibility is to score - then he is straight back into the mix not only for the England tour party but the Test team for Australia.He must have tracked fully 70 to 80 metres behind his screening colleagues before changing gear and accelerating through a previously unseen gap to dive over. The splash is welcome back. Chris Ashton has scored three tries in two games since his return from suspension 4. No such celebrations for Exeter. Not at full-time, anyway. 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