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Sidney Albert Brown was a splendid attacking three-quarter, who normally played on the wing. He was born in Broughton, Salford, ...
Charles Rose was born in Gloucester, the son of a boot and shoe maker, and grew up at 2, High ...
Stan Bayliss, a forward, learnt his rugby at the NationalSchool, Gloucester. He graduated into the local St Mark’s team, where ...
Walter George was born in Gloucester in 1867, the son of a bootmaker, and lived at Lower Highfield Cottages, Barton ...
Bookie’s Runner? Extract taken from Citizen Pink’un on 7th February 1970. Memories Are Made of This. By GEOFF GREEN. Today’s County Rugby Union Championship ...
Cromwell, Arthur "Joe"
Arthur “Joe” Cromwell played for Gloucester at both the Spa and Kingsholm. He was very strongly built, and tireless around ...
An interview with this long-serving hooker and committee man.
Talented winger and long-serving committee man
Francis William (Frank) Ayliffe was born in Gloucester in 1892, the son of William Ayliffe, a fishmonger’s manager, and grew ...
Kingsholm by Geoffrey Willans
An article, date unknown
An interview with this record breaking captain and England hooker
Halford, Jonathan George "Biddy"
Jonathan George Halford was born in Gloucester in 1886, the son of a blacksmith’s striker. Biddy initially followed his father ...
Gloucester and England second row forward.
When Gloucester were suspended by the RFU
The Shewell Case
Bonuses for the men at the top.
Extract taken from the Minutes of a Meeting of the Directors of the Gloucester Football & Athletic Ground Co., Ltd., ...
Dogs at Kingsholm
Extract taken from the Gloucester v Old Edwardians match programme dated 21 Sep 1929: “It is hoped that all spectators bringing ...
An interview with the durable prop and 1995/96 captain
1891: Agreement for the Tenancy of the Castle Grim estate
GFAG General Ledger, 1891-1916
All the accounts
Directors' Minutes of the Gloucester Football and Athletic Ground Company Ltd
1891 - 1899
An interview with this fearless counter-attacker from full-back and wing
Welsh winger and leading referee
Hall, Arthur "Tart"
Legendary tough and versatile player from the Forest of Dean
Welsh international scrum half
Thanks Dick, great update, Keep up the good work, fantastic website
How's about this new version, Stuart, which we added today, 20 Oct 2021?
You are right, Stuart, and this Player Profile is in dire need of updating. Watch this space.
Also a full cap international, v SA, don't forget.
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