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By New Cherry
March 15 2018

When it comes to wanting either Bath or Exeter to win a game of rugby most Shedheads would struggle to plump for either. So we will go to Kingsholm on Sunday to support rugby and those who have chosen to give us the honour of staging the first final of the season at Kingsholm.... More >

Kicking Ourselves

There's nothing better than winning a game with a last ditch kick - and, of course, the opposite applies.  So, thoughts with Billy Twelvetrees as we digest the first home defe... More >

Game On ..... the telly

BT has switched its cameras to Kingsholm for tomorrow's big game againt surprise package Falcons ...... More >

Tight At The Top

There's fine margins at work in  the Premiership this season and let's hope Jimmy Gopperth's last ditch kick doesn't cost us dear when the play-offs unravel.... More >

Eight Pointer

Massive game this weekend with play off rivals Wasps visiting Kingsholm. They're six points ahead in third place so the figures are pretty obvious - win and we're either one or two... More >

Found Wanting

If we are to hold onto a play-off spot we will have to perform better away from home. The 25-15 defeat at Sixways was a blow but one we cannot complain about as a determined home s... More >

Derby Day

Gloucs travel the few miles to Sixways knowing they will have a battle on their hands after the home side  secured the scalp of the Chiefs last week ..... More >

Tigers Tamed

Still unbeaten at home and entertaining the Cherry and White faithful. It was never easy against a competitive Tigers and at 14-14 at half time it was anyone's game.... More >

All Change - Literally

There's a complete change of starting personnel for the visit of Tigers this week (Saturday 2.30 kick off).  The big boys are back after last week's Anglo Welsh defeat at Falc... More >

Battle On

This Anglo Welsh thing really is complicated. Our hard fought 43-20 victory over Ospreys at a muddy Kingsholm gives us a great chance of qualifying as Pool winners - providing Bath... More >


Leicester Tigers Jonny May is tackled by Bath's Semesa Rokoduguni during the Aviva Premiership matchThe trip to Tigers throws up some interesting clashes with a summer merry-go-round of players. Should be a lively after match party.

Jonny May was perhaps the most high profile "mover" and he has been joined at Welford Road by Sione Kalamafoni.

We brought in  three players from Tigers with Ed Slater, Owen Williams and Fraser Balmain all likely to figure. Intriguing.

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