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1959 - 1979 Honours Boards
Transcripts of the 1959 - 1979 Honours Boards.
1945 - 1959 Honours Boards
Transcripts of the 1945 - 1959 Honours Boards.
1919 - 1939 Honours Boards
Transcripts of the 1919 - 1939 Honours Boards.
1899 - 1919 Honours Boards
Transcripts of the 1899 - 1919 Honours Boards. F. Goolding's name features on some of these, but spelt Goulding. We have since learnt from his family that "Goulding" was incorrect.
1879 - 1899 Honours Boards
Transcripts of the 1879 - 1899 Honours Boards. F. Goolding's name features on some of these, but spelt Goulding. We have since learnt from his family that "Goulding" was incorrect.
Day 32 - Friday 8 June - The final push - Seed sowing
It's taken 32 days to get to the final stage of fertilizing and sewing the grass seed.
Video highlights and match statistics of the 2017-18 Season.
Day 28 - Monday 4 June - More sand is applied
The mat has now been laid across the whole pitch and a first layer of sand applied.
Day 26 - Saturday 2 June - Starting the sand layer
Although the mat doesn't yet cover the full width of the pitch it's time to start adding the sand.
Day 25 - Friday 1 June - Extending the mat across the pitch.
It's Friday and work continues to lay the mat across the pitch. But images can be deceptive.
Kingsholm - Castle Grim - Home of Gloucester Rugby
The history of Kingsholm over the first 125 years of rugby at the ground, produced by the Gloucester Rugby Heritage ...
Day 24 Thursday 31 May - Laying the mat
We re-join the action following the Bank Holiday weekend.
Events in 2002 and 2006
This section contains moments of brilliance by Gloucester players. Only some are in the Gloucester shirt. 2002 18 May 2002: Sinbad/Beim ...
Day 18 - Friday 25 May - The final stages of preparation
Following heavy overnight rain the surface of the working areas have become quite muddy.
Day 17 - Thursday 24 May - Installing longitudinal connecting drains
Having completely covered the whole pitch area with sand the next step is to cut narrow trenches approximately 150mm deep ...
Ref Loses his Watch.
Glos. v Northampton; 22 March, 1930. “Following the drop out the referee had to stop the game, having lost his wrist ...
Relive some moments from the 2010s decade
Some clips of matches and magic moments from the 2000's decade.
Gloucester Rugby Heritage CIO Data Protection Policy
GR Heritage CIO Data Protection Policy
Five match reports
Day 16 - Wednesday 23 May - Sand spreading continues
The pitch area is covered with the first layer of sand.
Day 15 - Tuesday 22 May - Spreading first layer of sand
Spreading the sand starts.
Day 14 - Monday 21 May - Moving more sand onto the pitch area
Moving sand from the car parks onto the pitch area.
Day 12 - Saturday 19 May - Lateral drains completed. Moving sand starts
Lateral drains completed. Laying sand started.
Robert is a great guy and was a fantastic rugby player i knew him at Gloucester and we became good...
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...
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