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Munster Mash

By New Cherry
October 19 2018

Tough one this week. Munster away is game to be savoured and if we can get off to a good start who knows. There are no less than eleven first teamers injured including Charlie Sharples so Matt Banahan will be relishing his start.... More >

Munster Next

How far can we go in the Champions Cup? Certainly the English game needs champions after only oursleves and Falcons carried the flag on the opening weekend.... More >

Europe Beckons

Castres come visiting on Sunday for a 1.00 kick off as we begin the Heineken Champions Cup campaign . They'll face a Cherry and White sider skippered by Ben Morgan who is finally f... More >

Billy's Back

The present regime looks determined to build a settled side with only one change form the starting XV which went down to Quins at Kingsholm last week ..... More >

Pipped At The Post

Poor decision making and indicispline were at the root of an unexpected defeat at Kingsholm. Quins ran out 27-25 winners by virtrue of the fact that they stuck to their game and to... More >

Shake Up

Quins arrive for a traditional Saturday kick off having won only one game so far and are unlikely to give us the test which Sarries did last week at Allianz Park. However, there wi... More >

Reality Check

Sarries handed out a lesson in efficiency and teamwork which would have beaten any side in the Gallagher Premiership. They fully deserved their 38-15 victory and now the Cherry and... More >


Looks like we are trying to build a settled side this season. The only change for the trip to Sarries on Sunday is on the bench where Ruskin returns ... it's live on BT Sport ...... More >

All's Well That Ends Well

For the first half of the long awaited derby you could hardly hear a squeak from the shell shocked Shedheads. Fortunately that all changed aftrer the break... More >

Intriguing Derby

Hats off to Brizz. They've started really well after returning to the Premiership and their arrival at Kingsholm for an atmospheric Friday night game promises to be a belter... 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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