MASCOTS 2012/13 SEASON
Nine-year-old Noah Williams was the mascot for our Aviva Premiership home game against London Irish. A mad rugby player, footballer and swimmer, the Stoke Hill pupil was able to lead the team out onto the pitch, as well as meet his favourite player Luke Arscott.
James Oldfield, aged 8, was the mascot for our Aviva Premiership home game against Leicester Tigers. A pupil at Lady Smith School, the keen rugby player and cyclist not only got to lead the team out onto the pitch, but was also able to meet the Chiefs players, including his favourites Tom Johnson and Gareth Steenson.
Ten-year-old Caleb Guest, a pupil at Exwick Heights School, was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership match with London Welsh A keen rugby player, Caleb not only got to lead the team onto the pitch at Sandy Park, but also got to meet one of his favourite players, Fijian international Watisoni Votu
Ten-year-old Lewis Greene was our mascot for the LV= Cup clash with Northampton Saints. A keen rugby player and follower, Lewis is also a pupil at Hayes School in Paignton. Ahead of kick-off he got to meet his favourite player Ignacio Mieres, as well as getting the chance to lead the team out alongside Kai Horstmann.
Young Callum Rogers from Totnes was our mascot for the Heineken Cup clash with Leinster at Sandy Park. A pupil at Blackawton School, the keen rugby player got to meet with his favourite player Tom Johnson ahead of kick-off.
Brother and sister William and Olivia Hepher were the mascots for our Aviva Premiership clash with Northampton Saints. The niece and nephew of Exeter’s assistant coach Ali Hepher, the two youngsters from Northampton got to meet Chiefs duo Tom Johnson and Brett Sturgess ahead of kick-off
Six-year-old James Boulton was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against Bath. A pupil at St Leonards Primary School, James got to meet all the Chiefs team, including his favourite player Sireli Naqelevuki.
Mascot for our Heineken Cup home game with Scarlets was 11-year-old Jamie Zab from Newton Abbot. A pupil at South Dartmoor School, Jamie is a keen rugby player and got to run out with the team alongside flanker James Scaysbrook.
Matthew Roberts, aged 8, from Seaton was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership home game against London Wasps. A pupil at Seaton Primary School, Matthew got to meet all the Chiefs squad, including his favourite player Gareth Steenson
Five-year-old Alice Rolstone was our mascot for the LV= Cup clash with the Ospreys. A pupil at Clyst St Mary School, Alice is pictured celebrating our win with one of her favourite players Myles Dorrian
Our mascot for the Aviva Premiership game against Worcester Warriors was Harry Edwards from Tavistock. The 10-year-old, who is a keen rugby, football and cricket player, is pictured ahead of kick-off with his favourite player Gonzalo Camacho
Marley Tyler was our mascot for the first-ever Heineken Cup fixture played at Sandy Park when Clermont Auvergne were the visitors. The 10-year-old is a pupil of Brixham C of E School and his favourite Exeter Chiefs player is centre Jason Shoemark
Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs and England international Tom Johnson is Daniel Shaw, who was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership encounter against Harlequns.
Nine-year-old Daniel attends St Petroc’s School in Bude and is a keen rugby player.
Mascot for our Aviva Premiership encounter with Saracens was 13-year-old Tommy Jermyn from Crediton. The keen rugby player, who attends Queen Elizabeth Community College, is pictured with his favourite player Sireli Naqelevuki
Running out alongside skipper Tom Hayes for our opening Aviva Premiership match of the season against Sale Sharks was six-year-old Freddie Lofthouse from Torquay. A pupil at Warberry School, Freddie’s favourite Exeter player is Tom Johnson