Gloucester Quartet Of Rugby Bolster The Squad Of Hartpury

Four players of Gloucester this weekend will bolster Hartpury in their fixture of pre-season against Rosslyn Park.

Harry Randall Scrum-half, Alex Sevilleprop and Alex Craig, Scottish lock have been signed as new boys for the Championship this season on a dual registration, but they were unavailable for trip to Worcester that take place last weekend as the players were still in the recovery period after playing in the World Rugby U20 Championship.

All three players joined Charlie Chapman, who is Cherry and White academy another scrum-half.
The head coach of Hartpury, Mark Cornwell said, “It will fine to see them where they are at. They are there only to improve us”.

He further said, “The bench of Chapman off did really well. They showed in the match how quick he is on Saturday.”

Craig and Randall both will start for Hartpury along with Chapman and Seville among the replacements.


Wasps confirmed the signing of the professional prop forward Paul Doran-Jones from their Premiership rivals Gloucester few days ago.

The ex-Gloucester prop forward, who is capable of playing both prop roles, joined for a third time, having also been with Wasps in 2008 and again briefly on loan last season.

Gloucester’s Changes For Quarter-Final Against Cardiff

Gloucester Rugby in-order to make their performance intense have made three changes in the starting line-up of the team, one tactical and two injuries-enforced, for the quarter-final of the European Rugby Challenge Cup at home to Cardiff Blues.

The match will start at 8:05pm sharp.
Team Gloucester returns to the European action on the evening of Saturday what could well be an encounter of classic Anglo-Welsh against the Blues.


Callum Braley, the No. 9 for Gloucester Rugby, has come out to hail his team and colleagues as well for their impressive performance in their 17-17 draw with Bath Rugby.

James Hook had sent home a last-gasp conversion thus keeping alive his side’s hope of progressing in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

For Bath, a late score by Aled Brew, and four penalties coming from the boot of Wales international Rhys Priestland had almost sealed the victory for them as they led by 17-10 a few minutes into the end of the game.


With the fundraising month drawing to a conclusion, Gloucester Rugby is in a frantic battle to ensure that they climb up the rungs of the ladder at the Movember league table.

Jacob Rowan, Gloucester Rugby’s mo captain is very much determined to propel the Cherry and Whites to the top of the Movember leaderboard.

Lessons from the Rugby World Cup

The woes of the Rugby World Cup for England can have a positive effect as well. For instance, it is definitely acting as a positive force to keep the England team moving towards a victorious or a competitive finish at least.

The scrum battle that has ensued as the England and Australian team have taken off in the Test matches, what remains to be seen is who will emerge victorious this time. Last year the home grounds saw the England team face defeat in the hands of the Australian team.

Gloucester Sign Andrew Symons

The Gloucester team might not have been able to get a qualifying position for the Champions Cup this year but the club has been scouting around in the transfer market. It has not remained idle and news is rife that Andrew Symons would be joining this team as opposed to joining London Irish that was slated to happen.

There had been rumors that Andrew would be joining the London Irish team. As it often happens, rumors are ripe in the market till a transfer finally takes place. That is when the final truth comes out. In this case Gloucester has been able to bag the talents of Andrew Symons for the upcoming season while London Irish has to scout around for another talent now. When the previous season was drawing to a close it was rumored that Andrew would be joining London Irish from Worcester.

Gloucester Wins Over Sale Sharks

The Gloucester team might not have the director’s ideal team when they started out, but the triumph they secured at the Aviva Premiership against Sale Sharks is something that the team has not been able to acquire since the year 2001.

Hence, it is definitely something to celebrate for the team. The team members were not without ads as most members were afflicted with injuries.

Gloucester To Make Competitive Offers

This year Gloucester rugby club will remain aggressive in collecting fine players from the market and sprucing up their skills for the season coming up. The CEO of the team is confident of their competitive rates in attracting potential fine players in the market.

The transfer market being open, Gloucester will remain competitive in it even though they have not been able to retain a top position in Europe this year. Stephen Vaughan is confident of signing up some key players for the squad. He is working on the same with the director of rugby for the team, David Humphreys.