Exeter Chiefs Mascots

Have you ever dreamed of leading the Exeter Chiefs into battle at Sandy Park?

Well, the only way to do that is to become a member of the Junior Chiefs Supporters Club.

As a fully-fledged member, you will be entered into our draw at the start of each season as we pick out our match-day mascots for all of our fixtures in the Gallagher Premiership, Heineken Cup and Premiership Cup.

Not only will you get to run out in front of the famous Sandy Park crowd ahead of kick-off, but you will get the chance to meet your favourite player pre-game, as well as being kitted out in your own Chiefs kit.

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Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Henry Sladew was nine-year-old George Costiff from Cornwood, who was our mascot for the Gallagher Premiership clash with Northampton Saints
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Here are our two match-days mascots - Edward Pateman, 6, from Clyst St Mary and Riley Bassett, 8, from Lympstone, alongside Henry Slade and Jack Nowell ahead of the Premiership clash with Harlequins
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Five-year-old Oliver Marsh from Exeter was our match-day mascot for the Gallagher Premiership clash with Bath, here is alongside his favourite Chiefs player Jack Nowell ahead of kick-off
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Pictured alongside Exeter Chiefs forward Dave Ewers is 12-year-old Ana Curtis from Cadleigh, who was our match-day mascot for the Gallagher Premiership clash with Newcastle Falcons
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Eight-year-old Dylan Holmyard is pictured alongside favourite player Nic White ahead of our Champions Cup encounter against Castres
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Nine-year-old Henry Mason-Walshaw was our mascot for the Gallagher Premiership clash with Bristol Bears, here he is pictured ahead of kick-off with his favourite player Luke Cowan-Dickie
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Young Cian Doyle lines-up alongside Exeter Chiefs and England star Don Armand ahead of our Gallagher Premiership encounter against Saracens
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Pictured alongside her favourite Exeter Chiefs player Jack Nowell is 10-year-old Bella Garner from Dunchideock, who was our mascot for the Heineken Champions Cup game against Gloucester
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Young mascot Jack Lang, aged 8, from Newton Abbot lines up alongside Chiefs star Santiago Cordero ahead of our Gallagher Premiership clash with Gloucester at Sandy Park
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Running out alongside Exeter Chiefs skipper Greg Holmes ahead of our Premiership Rugby Cup clash with Bath is match-day mascot seven-year-old Lily May Morgan from Barnstaple
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Eight-year-old Isabelle Williams is pictured alongside Gareth Steenson ahead of our opening Heineken Champions Cup encounter with Munster
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Lining up alongside Exeter Chiefs, England and British Lions winger Jack Nowell is nine-year-old Louis Trump, who was our mascot for the Gallagher Premiership clash against Worcester Warriors
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Pictured leading the Exeter Chiefs out ahead of our Gallagher Premiership clash at home to Sale Sharks is 10-year-old mascot Rose Lovemore from Exeter
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Mascot for our opening Gallagher Premiership match of the season against Leicester Tigers was four-year-old Finn Lowden from Bampton

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