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By Cherry Picker
August 27 2014

You know the season is at hand when the skippers gather for the annual sponsor's bash at HQ....... More >

What A Buzz

They reckon more than five thousand turned out in the pouring rain at Kingsholm  on Bank Holiday just to meet the players including the new faces such as Hibbard and Hook.&nbs... More >

Full of Promise

We may not have set the world 7s on fire [we came 11th] but we can happily swap that for the promise shown in the 62 points we socred against the team formerly known as Leeds Carne... More >

Strange Resignation

Just when everything appeared to be going swimmingly at Kingsholm a major boardroom rift has appeared with the resignation of director Huw Evans...... More >

Unchanged Squad

The 7's side which will defend last year's Premiership Trophy on Friday night will be unchanged ...... More >

Sevens Glory Trail

If we are going to retain our Premiership 7's title we are going to have to do it the hard way. Saints will be our opponents in the quarter final at Quins this Friday - 18.25 kick ... More >

Top Ten Target

Ryan Walkinshaw has set his stall out for Gloucester to be in the top ten in European rugby in the next three to four years ..... More >

Tindall Exits

Mike Tindall has decided to call it a day. The 35 year old centre has not been offered a continuation of his coaching role at Kingsholm and no doubt that has influenced his decisio... More >

Coaching Team Complete

Trevor Woodman is staying on as scrum coach so it looks very much like the coaching set up is now complete ...... More >

Fisher to be Head Coach?

Word from down under is that colourful coach Laurie Fisher is on his way to Kingsholm. Fisher, of course, had a stint at Munster so the connection with the new DoR makes sense...... 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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