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Racing Club de France
Kingsholm, 26 Dec 1908; THURSDAY’S FOOTBALL; FRENCH CHAMPIONS AT GLOUCESTER; THE VISITORS OUTPLAYED; FINE GOAL-KICKING BY WELSHMAN
George Henry Griffiths was born in 1884 in the parish of St Nicholas, Gloucester, the son of an iron foundry ...
Versatile threequarter who played for Gloucestershire and the RAF
Straight-running, hard-tackling centre for club and county and inspirational United captain
1999 - 2000
24 Match Programmes
Swansea v Gloucester
St Helens, Swansea, 19 Mar 1887
1945 - 46
6 Match Programmes
Gloucester v. Maoris
2 Feb 1889
Gloucester's 72 Years of Rugby
Citizen Article of 3 Jan 1946
GRFC - AGM 1874
The following report appeared in the Gloucester Journal, Saturday 10th October 1874: “GLOUCESTER FOOTBALL CLUB This club held its general meeting at ...
David Holland (sometimes recorded as Hollands) was born in Gloucester on 1st September 1887, the son of a waterman. The ...
Ludo - a kicking phenomenon
A Gloucester Rugby Dynasty
Gloucestrians Accused of Spreading Alarm, Despondency - and Smallpox?!
Extract from the Gloucester Chronicle dated 7 Mar 1895. FOOTBALL NOTES The long lingering hope which had been cherished by the ...
Small but clever fly half who went north
A gem at wing and full-back, who had many distractions from rugby
Gloucestershire or the South West in action
Stalwart forward, stirring captain
Official records (civilian and military) generally spell Fred’s surname as Goolding, and that is the spelling used by other family ...
Christopher Paul Fortey was born in Gloucester on 25/08/1975 and is the identical twin brother of former Worcester Warriors prop ...
First working class player to be selected for Gloucester, prolific try scorer and member of "The Invincibles".
Stephens, Jimmy "Jummer"
John James Stephens was known to family and close friends as “Jummer”, but was generally referred to by fellow players ...
Inspirational and innovative leader who captained the Invincibles and established Gloucester as a first class club
Click, The Brothers
Charles James and Alfred Henry “Fred” Click were the sons of John Click, a warehouseman born in Honiton, Devon, but ...
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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