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An appointment with the dentist - winger and coach Paul Williams.
Gloucester Ian Richard Smith was born in Gloucester on 16/03/1965, the son of Richard ‘Dick’ Smith, who had played over 500 ...
1930 - 31
1934 Team Autographs
An autograph book as been donated to our project, containing the autographs of the Gloucester Rugby team which played Devonport ...
Damian moved to Gloucester in 1987 to teach P.E. at Saintbridge School, before moving on to Chosen Hill School, Churchdown, ...
2003 - 2004
BBC - Gloucester Rugby Club: Great Players in the Great War
Recording broadcast for the BBC World War One At Home series with an edited version available on the BBC WW1 ...
For Club, King and Country.
The Story of the Gloucestershire County Cricketers and Gloucester Rugby Club Players as Soldiers of Gloucestershire in the Great War. By ...
Andrew Charles Thomas Gomarsall MBE was born in Durham on 24/07/1974 and was introduced to the game of rugby aged ...
Proposed Anglo-Welsh League
Ten year records of clubs based on Sunday Telegraph Merit Tables/Pennants
2002 - 2003
23 Match Programmes
Berry, Harry - tribute
A personal tribute
BBC Radio Gloucestershire Interview with Andy Hazell
On the occasion of his retirement, 23 Feb 2014
Old Players and Officials, 1909
(A newspaper photo published at the time)
BBC Radio Gloucestershire: Pete Wilson Show, Feb 2014. Graham Spring interview.
Pete interviews Stadium Announcer Graham Spring, with a final word from Gloucester Rugby’s CEO, Stephen Vaughan.
Outstanding scrum half from the Forest of Dean who found fame late in his rugby career
1949 - 50
First Spell At Gloucester Adam Robert Eustace was born in Gloucester on 19/01/1979. A former pupil of St Peter’s High School, he ...
An interview with the multi-talented Scots No.8 who played throughout the 1977-78 cup campaign.
2001 - 2002
2000 - 2001
24 Match Programmes
An interview with the lock and number 8 who was a member of the 1972 and 1978 cup winning squads; he played 277 games for Gloucester United, captaining the side for four seasons.
Gloucester captain 1930-31 and talented utility back
An interview with the hard-working lock and number 8 whose career successfully spanned the amateur and professional eras.
I remember teaching with Pete at Washwood Heath School in Birmingham. My maiden name was Colledge.
Memories of H. G. Wells
Hi David - I'll ask our statsman, who has very comprehensive records of all who have played for Gloucester's First...
Jones, Brian – unfulfilled business
This Comment added on behalf of Adam Ashby, who forwarded the following to us: Sad to say that Brian Jones...
Irene Hine (Nicholls)
How lovely to read this amazing post about my brother.....gone but never forgotten....& oh boy could GRFC do with some...
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