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By New Cherry
July 13 2018

Danny Cipriani is one of the most gifted players of his generation and his loss represents a real blow for Wasps according to the bookmaking experts at Sports Review.  But they say Gloucester supporters should be delighted that their club signed a player of his calibre. ... More >

Burning His Boat

Now the dust has settled on Billy Burns shock departure to Ulster it does seem od that any of us were that surprised. Just because Billy had spent all of his formative years at Kin... More >

Cipriani Odds On

Danny Cipriani's sublime kick under pressure at Newlands must fill us all with hope that the addition of a bit of class can finally shake Glaws out of the mid-table doldrums ..... More >

Could Be Worse

We've got the Chiefs, Munster and Castres in the newly named Heineken Champions Cup! It'll be tough but if we win our home games, which we are perfectly capable of doing, we will j... More >


Our head coaches' connections with his homeland are continuing to bear fruit with the signing of two top notch Springboks ..... More >

Loco Logo Rows

Amazing what carnage a bit of artwork can create. Since launching the new look Glaws badge earlier this week its attracted more publicty than our inability to close out big games o... More >

Cipriani Cheers Us Up

It was a long way to go to get mugged. That was the universal feeling of the Cherry and White Army as it made its way home still shell shocked after the shock of the Blues single p... More >

Team For Final

Glaws have named the side we've been saving for the Challenge Cup Final with Ruan Ackermann the only slight surprise as he gets the nod ahead of Ben Morgan at No. 8..... More >

Two Eyes On The Final

On the face of it going into a cup final on the back of a 62-12 hammering is not ideal. Fortunately, two thirds of the side which will step out in Bilbao against Cardiff this Frida... More >

One Eye On Final?

Once again there are wholesale changes to the Glaws line up as we travel to Sarries. Sometimes you wonder if all this chopping and changing is the cause of our erratic performances... 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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