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The Development of Kingsholm - Overview
The 1890s Following the purchase of the ground at Kingsholm in 1891, the new season loomed, and a pitch had to ...
An interview with the full back detached from Stroud, life and soul of the party, and now on the RFU committee
An interview with this hard-tackling centre, Gloucester & Gloucestershire captain.
Miscellaneous Social Functions
An interview with the goal-kicking centre who was a 1st XV regular at 17
Charles Winston A'Bear, 1916-1985 Military Medal (M.M.)
Military Medal (M.M.)
Helping each other out
Cheltenham and Gloucester
Medical Facts, 1989/90
Extract taken from the GRFC Players' Brochure
Goal kicking centre who made his debut at 16
Before the start of the 1948-49 season, Tom Day, the Player’s Representative on the Club Committee, reported that the players ...
Captain of Gloucester, Bedford and England
An interview with the son of Ern Hall, one of the famous Hall Brothers
Crash-tackling centre who captained Gloucester & Gloucestershire
BBC Radio Gloucestershire Interview
The Australian Connection
A Forward's Game
On Christmas Day 1875, the Gloucester Chronicle carried a report of a match between Gloucester and Ross. Although played, as ...
Who Gets Meat for Tea?
At the start of the 1947/48 season, the Club Committee were informed that Mrs Goddard was unable to carry on ...
Versatile Back Row Forward
Tight Head Prop
Alcock Disappoints Ladies
On 3 February 1948, a letter was read to the Gloucester Club Committee from Miss V. Pegler asking if the ...
Dr. Alcock appointed City Sheriff
At a Committee Meeting of the Gloucester R.F.C. on Tuesday 13 February 1953, the Chairman (Rev. H. M. Hughes) made ...
An interview with this long-serving prop forward, Gloucester captain, GRFC & RFU committee member; GRFC President
Extract from the GRFC Minutes – meeting held 13th May 1952: “Building Scheme. It was reported by the President that ...
I remember Peter Kingston when he was one of our P.E teachers at Washwood Heath Comprehensive School, in Ward End...
I met Francis for the first time in 1954. I had been sent by E. S. & A. Robinson Ltd...
I went to school with Gordon and always had great respect for his leadership skills on and off the rugby...
Living in Chicago so I am always catching up. Eddie was a really nice lad. Great smile. Could stop a...
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