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2011 - 2012
2010 - 2011
22 Match Programmes
2009 - 2010
Keith John Baalham was born on 11 November 1946 and began his rugby career at Cirencester Grammar School, a few ...
Gloucestershire County Matches 1901 - 1920
1 report only so far
1912 - 1913 Season
44 match reports
Interview with Gloucester, England and Lions Lock Steve Boyle
An interview with Springbok star Thinus Delport whose career at Kingsholm was unfortunately cut short due to injury.
Video highlights of Gloucester's 1978 John Player Cup Final victory over Leicester at Twickenham.
1982 May 1 John Player Cup Final, Gloucester 12 Moseley 12
Highlights of the 1982 John Player Cup Final played at Twickenham on 1 May 1982.
An interview with the 1978 JPS Cup-winning flanker and 1990s coach.
1914-1918 Gloucester Rugby "#ThankYou100"
Citations commemorating the armistice at the end of the Great War
1929 - 1930 Season
43 match reports
Gloucester Rugby Former Players present poppy shirts to local military
Launch of the 2018 commemorative poppy shirt.
Arthur Saunders, 1891 – 1916, Military Medal (MM) 1916
Arthur Sauders, second row/back row forward, was awarded the Military Medal (MM) for ‘bravery in the field’ at La Boisselle on 3 July 1916.
Charles Cook, 1887 – 1959, Military Medal (MM) 1917
Charles Cook, Gloucester full back, was awarded the Military Medal for ‘bravery in the field’ during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele) on 16 August 1917.
GRPA Raises funds for charities
The GRPA has raised more than £35,000 for charities. Here are just four examples.
An interview with this attacking full back, formerly of Exeter University and Saracens, who switched to the wing with equal success.
Pete Wilson meets former Gloucester Players
Pete Wilson Show 9 Sept 2018. Pete meets 8 former Gloucester players.
Cornelius Asgill Shaw Carleton, 1884-1964, Distinguished Service Order (DSO) and Mentioned in Despatches (4 times)
Cornelius Carleton was born in Newnham in 1884, the son of the local doctor. He was educated at the Crypt ...
Henry “Harry” William Lane, 1884-1918, Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
Henry “Harry” Lane was born in South Hamlet, Gloucester in 1884. After finishing school, Henry worked initially as a Labourer ...
Preceding the 5,000th competitive match
Mark Cummings interviews Malcolm King before the 5,000th competitive match.
Dave Spencer - "Spanner" - an archetypal club man.
5,000th match - Former Players Walk - who's who
List of former players at the 5,000th match celebration walk.
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...
Prior to being capped by England Saxons which then committed him to International Rugby with England, Andy Hazell was pursued...
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