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Knock Out Blows

By Cherry Picker
November 24 2014

It looks like we are now going to be missing three important players for the next two games following the bruising battle of Kingston Park ..... More >

What Noise?

Newcastle Falcons are trying to set some kind of crowd noise record for the visit of Glaws on Friday night. One cannot help wondering if it is designed to keep minds of things happ... More >

Lessons Learnt

You can bet your bottom dollar the Gloucester pack will be working on how to defend rolling mauls in training this week ...... More >

Billy at 10

Billy Twelvetrees will lead the side from fly half for Friday night's  home encounter with Quins. Sadly for him he's not one of the seven Glaws players called up by their coun... More >

Team for Welsh

Gloucester once again give youth its chance in the LV=Cup. Aled Thomas will lead the side which takes on London Welsh at the Kassam on Sunday ...... More >

Drama To The End

Aled Thomas's last ditch penalty to win the game for Glaws hit a post and bounced clear - a fiittingly dramtaic end to a game which saw both sides field some up and coming talent.... More >

Youthful Encounter

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... 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 >

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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