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Revenge Would Be Sweet

By New Cherry
April 19 2018

Falcons arrive on Friday night for the European Challenge Cup semi final as the only visiting side to have won at Kingsholm this season. For that reason alone this season's surprise Premiership package need to be taken seriously.... More >

What A Finish

If only we could bottle the way we played in the last ten minutes against a spirited Quins. A three try blitz meant we left Kingsholm buzzing and wondering why we can't do that mor... More >

Race Hots Up

Five points against out of sorts Quins is a must if we are stay in contention. With just three games left we've slipped to seventh but are only five points behind third placed Tige... More >

Big Defeat

The Cherry and Whites will want to forget this one. We were never in the hunt against a hardworking and organised Exeter side who crossed six times - to be honest the Chiefs could ... More >

Three On The Bounce?

Three away games on the trot is a tough call but we won at Irish and Connacht so there's no reason why we can't sneak a win at Exeter on Sunday.... More >

Glaws through to face Falcons

Any win in Ireland is a good one but despite there being eight tries in this game it did reflect that this was the second tier competition.  ... More >

Quarter Final Challenge

Gloucs are heading off to Ireland determined to silence the vocal Connacht crowd. With John Afoa striding out for his centenary Cherry and White  appearance it will be an expe... More >


Following Glaws is not for the faint hearted. After sleepwalking though the first quarter of the game against the bottom club we charged back to build up a big lead only to be digg... More >

Tough Test at Irish

London Irish have a new coaching team in place and Glaws will have to be preprared for an onslaught of green shirts anxious to impress.... More >

Who Cares?

When it comes to wanting either Bath or Exeter to win a game of rugby most Shedheads would struggle to plump for either. So we will go to Kingsholm on Sunday to support rugby and t... 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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