Australia Rugby make some crucial changes to the national squad

Australia Rugby is looking to make a mark in the upcoming World Cup of 2015. The preparation for the same has started long ago but the most important decision taken till date was the inclusion of Kurtley Beale and omission of Bernard Foley in the team. Everyone including Beale himself was expecting his Waratah teammate to make the cut into the national team. Both of them have been prolific performers for the Waratah as they defeated the Crusaders in the Super Rugby league final. New Zealand coach Steve Hanson was quoted being “dumbfounded” at the decision made by the Bosses of Australia Rugby. According to him it might be a conscious and political decision in order to keep Beale in the Rugby Union. Beale had clearly mentioned his desire for the number 10 jersey and was duly rewarded. Hanson’s sid eon the other hand will look to drive against all the odds and planning of the rival nations with the sole purpose of winning each and every game that they play.

Celebration time for Gloucester Rugby

Gloucester Rugby scaled new heights in the last season of the premiership. With their experienced and younger players coming to the party, the team was able to put up some staggering performances to clinch the important titles of the season. Keeping in mind the flamboyant attitude of the team, the club has devised a great plan for the celebrations. The club is being aided on this front by event sponsors Worthington. They are cashing in on the huge support they got at the Darts evening in March. The former and present rugby players of Gloucester shall be up against the professional darts players. These players include legends like Eric Bristow, Keith Deller, Bobby George and Wayne Mardle. The show on Friday 5th of September shall be hosted by the dynamic Russ Bray. The officials are hopeful about the fact that fans would cherish this opportunity to meet big names from two different sports and each of them being experts in their spheres shall add to the glory.

Burns says Gloucester Rugby will bounce back

Freddie Burns has insisted it will be the little things that will make a huge difference in the season of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby as they approach the business end of the season.

The Cherry and Whites’ push for a place in Europe took a massive blow as they suffered a disappointing defeat at the hands of the London Wasps last weekend but Burns is confident Gloucester will be able to recover.

Gloucester Rugby sign experienced Scarlets player Thomas

Nigel Davies, the Director of Rugby at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby has added the experience of Aled Thomas for his half back options next season after he clinched the signing of the Scarlets star ahead of the new season.

Thomas, still only 29 years old, is a former Rugby Sevens World Cup winner and he also scored the winning try against the Argentine team in the final back in 2009 and is currently playing in his second stint with the Welsh region.

Gloucester Rugby prepare for life without Burns

Nigel Davies, the Director of Rugby of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby is preparing for life without his star player Freddie Burns but he has also admitted that he would be extremely disappointed if the player is already tapped up by their domestic rivals and reigning Premiership champions the Leicester Tigers.

Davies claims ill discipline cost them Harlequins FC tie

Nigel Davies, the Director of Rugby of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby has blamed his side’s ill discipline for the humiliating 27-19 defeat they suffered at the hands of London giants Harlequins FC this weekend at Twickenham Stoop in a match where they had as many as three players shown the yellow card and sin-binned.

Hogg joins Worcester

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Worcester Warriors have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with their fellow Premiership rivals Gloucester Rugby for the release of their coach Carl Hogg, who will take over the duties as head coach at The Warriors.

A former Scotland international, Hogg had spent the last seven years as the forwards coach of The Cherry and Whites, but according to an interview, he stated that the chance to take up the responsibility as head coach of a Premiership club was too good to turn down.

Sinbad’ greatest player in history of Gloucester Rugby

James Simpson Daniel is the greatest player in the history of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby, according to a recent poll conducted online.

The poll was conducted by thisisgloucestershire.co.uk and the voters, who have been numbered as over 1,000 chose their best player from a short list of players drawn up by the most ardent of rugby and the club’s fans. And ‘Sinbad’ won the poll as the greatest player in the history of the club by a whopping majority.

Gloucester Rugby has a natural leader in Tom Savage

Team mates of Tom Savage at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Gloucester Rugby believe he is a natural born leader.

The flanker is one of the hardest men in the English professional game at this moment and he doesn’t believe in talking the talk but walking the walk and sets an example for his team mates to follow on the pitch. He has all the credentials to stand in front of his team and captivate them with his passion and dedication, and such is his desire, he will never have to rescind those duties as well.

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