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MASCOTS 2013/14 SEASON

 

Wasps

 

Mascot for our opening Aviva Premiership game of the season was nine-year-old Harvey Bradford from Stoke Gabriel School. He got to pose alongside his favourite player, Chiefs and England international Tom Johnson

Tigers

Running out alongside skipper and favourite player Dean Mumm for our Aviva Premiership game against Leicester Tigers is Elias Brown from Australia. He is a pupil at St Charles School in Sydney

Blues

Marcus Reed was our mascot for the opening Heineken Cup game against Cardiff Blues. Nine-year-old Marcus is a pupil at South Tawton School and is seen alongside his favourite player Gareth Steenson

Worcs Mascot

Ten-year-old Harry Castle from Brixham was our mascot for the Aviva Premiership game at home to Worcester Warriors. A keen rugby player, Harry – who attends Brixham C of E School, got to meet his favourite player
fly-half Gareth Steenson

Quins Mascot Lge

Barnstaple youngster Euan Carter, aged 11, got to meet his favourite player scrum-half Dave Lewis ahead of being mascot for our opening LV= Cup game of the season against Harlequins. Euan is a pupil at The Park School.

Toulon Mascot

Mascot for our Heineken Cup encounter with Toulon at Sandy Park was nine-year-old Archie Redfern from Exeter. A pupil at Exeter Junior School, he got to meet his star player Jack Nowell ahead of kick-off

Falcons Mascot

Nine-year-old Todd Chapman from Dartmouth got the honour of leading out the Chiefs ahead of our Premiership clash with Newcastle Falcons. A pupil at Stoke Fleming School, Todd’s favourite Exeter player is England international Tom Johnson

Glasgow Mascot

Chiefs full-back Luke Arscott is pictured alongside 11-year-0ld Nathan Snape, who was our mascot for the Heineken Cup game with Glasgow Warriors. Nathan, who hails from Torquay, is a pupil at Homelands School

Ospreys Mascot

Cornish youngster Alfie MacDonald proudly lines up alongside Chiefs fly-half Gareth Steenson ahead of our LV= Cup encounter with Ospreys. The eight-year-old, who loves rugby, is a pupil at St Meriadoc Junior School

Saints Mascot

Six-year-old Daniel Cornall from Newton Abbot is all smiles as he is pictured alongside Chiefs skipper Dean Mumm before our Aviva Premiership game with Northampton Saints. A keen rugby player and fisherman, Daniel is a pupil at St Michael’s School

Bath Mascot

Ethan Benford lines up alongside Chiefs flanker Ben White ahead of the Premiership fixture with Bath Rugby. A pupil at Newton St Cyres School, the 10-year-old loves not only rugby, but also Jui Jitsu

Irish Mascot

A very proud Solly Mellis, 11, leads out the Chiefs ahead of their Premiership game with London Irish. A pupil at Stowford Primary School, his favourite player is England star Tom Johnson