OUR MATCH-DAY MASCOTS 2016/17
Lining up alongside his favourite player Gareth Steenson is nine-year-old Ruben Chugg from Barnstaple, who was our match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership visit of Wasps to Sandy Park
Lining up alongside Exeter Chiefs, England and Britisj & Irish Lions forward Geoff Parling is 10-year-old Marcus Griffiths, who was our match-day mascot for the Anglo-Welsh Cup encounter against Wasps
Leading the Chiefs out ahead of our European Champions Cup encounter with Ulster Rugby was nine-year-old Louie Gregory from Crediton, who got to meet his favourite player and club captain Jack Yeandle
Pictured alongside Chiefs and England star Jack Nowell was seven-year-old Lucas Clow from Exwick, who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter against Leicester Tigers on Christmas Eve
Lining up alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star is 10-year-old Abigail Cotter, who was our match-day mascot for the European Champions Cup encounter against Bordeaux Begles at Sandy Park.
Here are all 15 of our match-day mascots for the Aviva Premiership fixture against Worcester Warriors at Sandy Park.
Running out alongside Gareth Steenson ahead of our Aviva Premiership encounter with Worcester Warriors is our match-day mascot 11-year-old Thomas Lawrence from Exmouth
Seven-year-old James Pulley is pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs winger James Short ahead of our Anglo-Welsh Cup encounter with Cardiff Blues
Archie Kent, aged 12, is all smiles as he leads the Exeter Chiefs out ahead of their Aviva Premiership clash with Bath Rugby. Prior to kick-off he got to meet his favourite Chiefs star, Jack Nowell
Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs winger Olly Woodburn is 11-year-old Morgan West, who was our match-day mascot for the European Champions Cup encounter against ASM Clermont Auvergne
Twelve-year-old Ben Thorpe was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against Gloucester. As well as getting the chance to lead the team out alongside skipper Gareth Steenson, he also got to meet his favourite player, Chiefs winger Matt Jess
Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Henry Slade is seven-year-old Harry Morris, who was our match-day mascot for the Aviva Premiership clash with Harlequins
Eight-year-old Benjamin Hooper was our mascot for the opening Aviva Premiership home game of the season against Saracens. As well as getting to meet all the Chiefs, including favourite player Gareth Steenson, he also led the team out alongside skipper for the day, England and British & Irish Lions lock, Geoff Parling