MASCOTS 2014/15 SEASON
Here are all 15 mascots lined up ahead of the Exeter Chiefs v Northampton Saints clash in the Aviva Premiership. They were all part of the Aviva Pick competition we ran in the lead-up to the big match at Sandy Park.
Eleven-year-old Ben Gratton from Exeter was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership clash with Northampton Saints in April. A pupil at Exwick Heights, not only did Ben get to lead the side out alongside skipper Dean Mumm, but he got to meet the Chiefs team, including his favourite player Thomas Waldrom.
Niamh Hodgson, aged nine, from Peterborough is pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs fly-half Henry Slade ahead of our European Challenge Cup quarter-final with Newcastle Falcons. A pupil at William Law School, Niamh lists her hobbies as horse riding and cycling.
Mascot ahead of our Aviva Premiership clash with London Welsh was 14-year-old Guy Hamer from Dawlish. A keen rugby player and surfer, Guy is pictured ahead of kick-off with his favourite Exeter player Will Chudley
Louis Atkinson got the chance to run out alongside skipper Dean Mumm ahead of our Aviva Premiership clash with Bath. The 10-year-old from Bideford was our mascot on the day and got to meet his favourite player Henry Slade
10-year-old Holly Artes from Crediton was our mascot for the home game with Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva Premiership. Holly, a pupil at Bow Primary School, got to meet her favourite Exeter player Sam Hill ahead of kick-off at Sandy Park
Chloe Hetherington, aged 14, was our mascot for the European Challenge Cup tie against Bayonne. A pupil at South Molton Community College, she got to meet Henry Slade ahead of kick-off as well as other members of the Chiefs first team squad
Eleven-year-old Rheanna White from Barnstaple was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership clash with Gloucester in early January. A keen rugby and netball player, as well as swimmer, the Ashleigh C of E pupil loves the Chiefs and her two favourite players are Sam Hill and Dave Lewis.
Our mascot for the European Challenge Cup date with La Rochelle was 8-year-old Alexander Lane from Hampshire. A pupil at Itchen Abbas Primary School, the keen rugby follower got to meet Exeter Chiefs star Henry Slade prior to kick-off at Sandy Park
Six-year-old George Rice from Tiverton is pictured prior to the start of our Aviva Premiership home game with Saracens with his favourite player, fly-half Gareth Steenson. George, who is a keen rugby player, attends Bickleigh on Exe Primary School.
Ten-year-old Tom Litton from Exeter was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter with Wasps. A pupil at St Michaels School, Tom got to meet Chiefs and England No.8 Thomas Waldrom prior to kick-off
Eight-year-old Thomas Heard was the mascot for our LV= Cup encounter at home to Bath on November 8. A pupil at Bratton Fleming School, Thomas got to meet his favourite Chiefs’ player, Gareth Steenson, prior to kick-off at Sandy Park
Josh Bolt was our mascot for the opening LV= Cup clash of the season against Gloucester. The seven-year-old from Exmouth not only got to lead the side out alongside skipper Dean Mumm, but he also got to meet players including Jack Nowell and Ben Moon prior to kick-off
Ten-year-old Jake Peters got to meet Exeter Chiefs and England star Jack Nowell ahead of being mascot for our opening European Challenge Cup home fixture of the season against Connacht. Jake from Torquay is a pupil at Sherwell Valley School
Mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against London Irish was six-year-old Rowan Brock from Yeovil. An avid rugby player, Rowan got to meet his favourite Chiefs player, skipper Dean Mumm, prior to kick-off
Mascot for our Aviva Premiership home game with Harlequins was 8-year-old Keyan McInerney. A pupil at Yeo Valley School in Barnstaple, his favourite Chiefs player is Jack Nowell
Mascot for the opening home game of the season against Leicester Tigers was 10-year-old Ashlin Tapper from Exeter. A pupil at Ide Primary School, Ashlin’s favourite Chiefs’ player is Dave Lewis