MASCOTS 2015/16 SEASON
Six-year-old Thomas Gendall is seen alongside his Exeter Chiefs hero Ben Moon ahead of our Aviva Premiership encounter with Worcester Warriors. Thomas not only loves rugby, but he’s also keen on football and cricket
Pictured alongside his favourite Exeter Chiefs’ player Don Armand is nine-year-old James Forrest-Hazell, who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter against Northampton Saints
Lining up alongside Chiefs skipper Jack Yeandle is six-year-old Tom Crabtree, who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter with Newcastle Falcons
Poppy Williams, 15, is all smiles as she lines up alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Thomas Waldrom ahead of our Aviva Premiership match against Bath Rugby
Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs fly-half Gareth Steenson is 13-year-old Euan Etheridge from Lymington who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter against Saracens
Mascot for our crucial European Champions Cup encounter with the Ospreys was eight-year-old Joshua Slater, who got to lead the team out ahead of kick-off, as well as getting to meet his favourite player, Ian Whitten
Olivia Taylor was our match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter with Gloucester. Here she is running out alongside skipper Jack Yeandle and Tomas Francis ahead of the big match. Prior to kick-off, Olivia also got to meet her favourite Exeter player, Jack Nowell
Here is 7-year-old William McLeod alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Jack Nowell ahead of our Aviva Premiership encounter with Sale Sharks on Boxing Day. William, who is a keen rugby player and swimmer, got to lead the team out onto the pitch for the festive fixture
Here is 10-year-old Daisy Spiller leading out the Exeter Chiefs ahead of our European Champions Cup clash with ASM Clermont-Auvergne at Sandy Park. Earlier in the day, she got to meet her favourite Chiefs player, No.8 Thomas ‘The Tank Engine’ Waldrom.
Pictured alongside club captain Jack Yeandle is 11-year-old Fraser Banks, who was our official match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against Harlequins. A keen rugby player himself, his favourite Exeter player is England international Thomas Waldrom.
Running out ahead of our European Champions Cup encounter with Bordeaux-Begles was match-day mascot Olivia Jones, 11, who got to meet here favourite player Sam Skinner ahead of kick-off
Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Henry Slade is 11-year-old Charlotte Brown from Dawlish, who was our match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against Leicester Tigers
Mascot for our opening Aviva Premiership home game of the season against London Irish was nine-year-old Jack Brennan from Exminster. Ahead of kick-off, he got the chance to meet England international Henry Slade, his favourite Exeter Chiefs player