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By New Cherry
May 17 2019

No surprise that Glaws make a load of changes as we head off for the final league game at Sale Sharks with more than one-eye on the Championship semi-final next week... More >

Bring on Sarries

It was third v bottom but as we feared Falcons came a fighting and showed that the Premiership is more of a level playing field these days than ever. We have Matt Banahan's interce... More >

Bring on Sarries

It was third v bottom but as we feared Falcons came a fighting and showed that the Premiership is more of a level playing field these days than ever. We have Matt Banahan's interce... More >

Top Three Beckons

Faltering Falcons arrive for the last league game at Kingsholm and on paper we could not have a better opportunity of securing the single point we need to guarantee third place .... More >

Point Made

Not the best performance but against a Wuss side fighting for its life we achieved our number one goal - get a point and guarantee the play-offs for the first time eight years.... More >

All To Play For?

Interesting encounter in prospect at Sixways on Sunday .... or not. By the time Wuss and Glaws run out both clubs may be breathing a lot easier at either end of the table ... or no... More >

Sun Shines on Shield

The sun brought out a decent crowd to see Gloucester United hammer Quins "A" 53 -19 . United finished the campaign bottom of the Premiership Shield Southern conference but can take... More >

Shield side

The Gloucester United Shield game against Q uins 'A@Barff is now on Saturday instead of Easter Monday and its free for members and a fiver for others and a quid for juniors. Kick o... More >

Fightback Ensures Top 4

A superb second half fight back clinched the bonus point win against a Barff side which had been leading 17-0. It means we are now 14 points ahead of fifth placed Saints with just ... More >

Time for Bath

Things are getting serious in the Premiership with just four games to go. Bath arrive for the local derby in sicth place and anxious to move into the top four while we can look dow... 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.