Premiership champions Exeter Chiefs hosted big spending French side Montpellier in the Champions Cup on Saturday - and Penryn Under 13s formed part of the guard of honour as the teams took to the stage.

On arrival the team was welcomed by the staff at Exeter who made them feel at home.

Two hours of training and a tour of the stadium kept boys busy and help build the excitement before kick off.

As the two teams arrived and started the warm up the Penryn youngsters took the opportunity to get some autographs and selfies with some stars both present and future of world rugby.

Then came the big moment as a rammed Sandy Park lifted the roof as the players of Exeter and Montpellier ran out with some of the Chiefs high fiving the Borough boys, giving them yet another moment to talk about.

After a tense first half with the score at only 7-0 to the Chiefs, Penryn walked a lap of honour to the waving supporters.

To finish off the day, the Chiefs players produced an incredible second half to thrash the French visitors 41-10 and give the youngsters an occasion to remember.