MASCOTS 2015/16 SEASON
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