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Representative Rugby at Kingsholm
This is the third book in the series, available at the Club Shops at the discount price of £14-95.
Elusive winger of the sixties and seventies
Charles Alexander Hooper was born in 1869 at Eastington, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, the son of a woollen manufacturer, who had ...
Henry Edward Taylor was born in 1856 at Leominster, the son of an inn keeper. His father died when Harry ...
Charles Edward Brown was born in Gloucester on 3rd June 1866, the son of Charles Brown, who worked in the ...
1922 - 23
1926 - 27
1938 - 39
1953 - 54
1921 - 22
1901 - 02
1906 - 07
Gloucester v. American Teams
From 1969 and 1977
Gloucester v. New Zealand Teams
A chat with Kingsholm's long-serving stadium announcer
Jones, Brian - unfulfilled business
My first match for 1st XV was against Neath at the Gnoll in the pouring rain. I was travelling ninth ...
An interview with the medicine man of many talents.
1992 - 93
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.
Francis Edwards was my uncle, who I believe died in 1973. Only met him once in Bristol in 1961 (I...
Hi Nicola - I checked and James is buried at Hempstead but Lionel is buried at St Swithens Church. Just...
Hi Nicola - James is my Great-Grandfather too! Only just discovered he played for Gloucester and I'm finding out from...
We found it on the internet, when the caps were offered for sale by an online auction house 6 or...
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