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1994 - 95
1995 - 96
The combative New Zealand-born centre who formed a match-winning partnership with Terry Fanolua.
Gloucester v. Services Teams in WW2.
Following the outbreak of the Second World War, the war effort was much better organised than it had been for ...
An interview with the dynamic seventies wing forward.
1937 - 38
2015 - 2016
2014 - 2015
Attacking full back and prolific goal kicker
Kingsholm during WW1
A short video clip
Lewis, Alexander ('Alec') Henry Tudor
Great War hero
Record-breaking Gloucester wing
International flanker and captain of Gloucester and Gloucestershire
Gloucester and Cornwall utility back who toured South Africa with England and played 52 games for Cornwall
Mobile and skilful international second row who was outstanding in the line-out
A 2012 interview with Gloucester Rugby's CEO, 1999-2012
Gloucester Players and the Battle of the Somme
The Battle of the Somme and the Gloucester Players we lost. The Battle of the Somme, 1916 Recently the national Great War ...
Powerful eighties tight-head
The Old Spot Story
OLD SPOT AND THE KINGSHOLM CHRONICLE The Kingsholm Chronicle, the first website dedicated to GRFC, was launched by Steve Hawker in ...
The Old Spot Programmes
We started off by locating four issues – 1, 2, 3 and 7 – and Steve very kindly agreed to ...
Purton, Alfred William
Alfred Purton, the son of John and Clara Purton, was born at Barton St Mary in 1881. While he was ...
2004 - 2005
Balmer, Dave (2)
An interview with Kingsholm's Stadium Manager, post 2015 RWC
Fred Pegler, the son of Frank J. and Eleanor A. Pegler, was born at Painswick on his father’s seventy acre ...
Hi all just found out some of these players were related to my grandad thank you for all your comments...
Smith, Charles Albert “Whacker”
Thanks, Mervyn - most helpful, and we have now updated our records!
As an OW who had the privilege of being coached by Keith at Wycliffe I greatly enjoyed listening to Phil...
Remember John Spalding as a strong robust scrumhalf and watched him many times from 'the shed' . When I was...
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