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Youthful Encounter

By Cheery Cherry
October 30 2014

Glaws and Exeter could both be looking to give youth its head for the first game in the LV=Cup, which takes plasce at the home of the holders and at the traditional time of 3.00 on Saturday - now there's a rarity ....... More >

Falcons Lose Plot

Newcastle Falcons will set a world record when they take on Glaws at Kingston Park on November 21st. They will officially make more noise than any other rugby crowd - it's guarante... More >

The Impeccable Laidlaw

Greg Laidlaw kicked 20 points and Matt Kvesic got our only try in a workmanlike performance at Oyonnax ...... More >

Physical Battle Expected

Round Two in Europe and the promise of a bruising encounter in France. Oyonnax may be bottom of the Top 14 at the moment, but they have a big pack and Glaws are stealing themselves... More >

Brive Encounter

It's not often you feel sorry for a French side but there were times last night when my heart went out to Brive ..... More >

Boys for Brive

Being brutally honest the second tier European Competition is not a place where we really want to be. But having said that a Thursday night confrontation against a tough Brive side... More >

So Far So Good

Played six - won three. It's not a bad return when you consider this new Glaws side have faced the likes of Saints and Sarries away and beaten Tigers at home ..... More >

Glaws Unchanged

The same starting 15 will be given the chance to continue where they left off against Tigers .... but Sarries will provide a sterner test .... More >

Credit Where It Is Due

Reading the weekend press you would think that our overwhelming victory over Leicester was all down to some strange malaise which only afflicts Tigers and/or their coach isn't very... More >

Three Changes for Tigers

Nick Wood is back in the starting line-up and Greg Laidlaw will start against Tigers.... More >

LV 2

What a pleasant change to be able to look back on a season of achievement for Glaws rather than the doom and gloom we have had to get used to in recent seasons. Winning the LV= Cup might not be the game's top prize, but it's still silverware and we won it fair and square. In 2011-12, we can perhaps set our targets a bit higher in the hope that recent progress continues.

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