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Charlie Dunn was a pacy back row forward who joined Gloucester from local club Coney Hill RFC in his mid-twenties ...
Gadd scored two tries for England against Fiji in a non-cap international and was a highly regarded No.6 but was unfortunate ...
During his distinguished career Booth was regarded by many as the best scrum half of his era and a favourite ...
Gloucester's youngest captain 1937-39
Harold Boughton was born in 1910 in Gloucester. As a schoolboy, Harold displayed wonderful skill and phenomenal distance as a ...
First Match at Kingsholm - 10 Oct 1891 - Gloucester v. Burton
1891: The Opening of the New Ground
The First Five Matches - 1873
From The Journal
Michael Alan “Mike” Burton (born 18 December 1945 in Maidenhead) won a reputation as an uncompromising prop forward for ...
Widely regarded as one of the finest prop forwards to represent Gloucester, Phil actually commenced his playing career with Cheltenham ...
‘Butler the Boot’ was one of the most prolific goal kickers to have represented Gloucester, his almost mechanical boot scoring an ...
Underrated hooker and outstanding captain
1979 - 80
King of Gloucester
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...
Dr Alan Pick
“Kingsholm – The Heart of Gloucester Rugby”
Hello. This looks great. Is it available by mail? Thanks
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