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By New Cherry
December 17 2018

Castres' single point win over Munster keep our European Championship hopes alive even though we are currently bottom of Pool Two ..... More >

Magnificent Performance

The excuses coming out of Sandy Park major on the fact that the Chiefs' players are all Brexiteers - or at least they can't perform in Europe. Watching from the comfort of the armc... More >

Europe Beckons

Sandy Park is never an easy place to visit these days but we must pull something out of the hat to keep our Euroopean Champion Cup hopes alive.... More >

Up To Third

Don't think  anyone saw that second half burst coming. It was anybody's game at half time with the scoe reading 10-9 and then we unleashed some demons from somewhere.... More >

Team for Wuss

There's a few changes or Gloucs as we line-up to take on our local rivals Warriors  at Kingsholm. We also see France Mostert our latest Springbok for the first time ... the&nb... More >

Lessons To Be Learned

Exeter Chiefs have devised a way of winning which we can learn from. They were missing mroe internationals than we were but still produced a team performance which earned them the ... More >

Tough Trip

Hooker Henry Walker gets his first Premiership start in the side which looks to take the Chiefs' scalp on their own territory .... More >

A Gem

Will we ever tire of seeing re-runs of Olli Thorley's wondrous try which finally tamed Tigers?... More >

Back To The Nitty Gritty

The jury is still out on the new Premiership Cup but there's no doubt that most of us are pleased to see the league back in action with Tigers arriving at Kingsholm for a floodlit ... More >

Getting Serious

Skipper Willi Heinz has finally overcome his calf injury and makes his first start of the season aginst Saints on Friday night .... 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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