Gloucester suffered their fifth consecutive defeat against Wasps yesterday afternoon. To find out what I took away from the game and how I rated each player, please click here to be taken to Gloucestershire Live where the article is published.
Gloucester Rugby’s game tonight was marketed as their #bekind fixture, due to the sad events of the weekend and Danny Cipriani’s personal connection to Caroline Flack.
It was an emotional game off the field, but Gloucester couldn’t match the emotion with their performance, losing 23-17 to Sale Sharks.
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Gloucester’s game tonight is in support of their #bekind campaign. I’ll be watching from the press box but have given to the cause. If you can, donate to their cause #glawsfamily #GLOvSAL https://t.co/nfTuSyOV8L— Katy Homewood (@_katyhomewood) February 28, 2020
Gloucester Rugby lost to London Irish 24-20 this afternoon following a difficult game on the road for the Cherry and Whites.
Charlie Chapman scored on his debut, as well as a try from teenage wonder, Louis Rees-Zammit wasn’t enough to get a win.
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On their heritage fixture, Gloucester fell to a powerful and dominant Exeter side who kept the score board ticking after capitalising on Gloucester’s mistakes.
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You can see why they are top of the league. Outstanding physicality from Exeter. Their try was extremely dominant from the line out and they pushed Gloucester back from a 5m scrum #GLOvEXE— Katy Homewood (@_katyhomewood) February 14, 2020
Gloucester fell against Bristol Bears this afternoon at Ashton Gate as they lost 34-16. It was a game that was littered with discipline issues and inconsistencies throughout.
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Louis Rees-Zammit pressed his claims further for a Wales call-up ahead of the Six Nations with his display in Gloucester’s win over Montpellier.
However, there were many individual performances that caught the eye in an impressive team performance at Kingsholm.
Here’s how I rated every Gloucester player from the win for Gloucestershire Live.
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Gloucester started the new year with a 29-15 win over Bath in the Premiership.
Jason Woodward scored the only try of the first half, converted by Danny Cipriani, with Freddie Clarke, Gerbrandt Grobler and Ruan Ackermann crossing in the second half, while Billy Twelvetrees kicked seven points
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Louis Rees-Zammit starred again as he scored three tries in Gloucester’s 33-26 defeat at Northampton.
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Gloucester Rugby beat Connacht 26-17 in the Heineken Champions Cup at Kingsholm today.
Tom Marshall scored two tries in a man of the match performance for the Cherry and Whites.
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Gloucester were beaten 23-19 by Harlequins in the Premiership on Sunday afternoon.
Ollie Thorley scored two tries for the visitors with Ben Morgan also going over as they led three times but they could not hold on.
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Gloucester started their Heienken Champions Cup campaign with a 25-20 defeat at home to Toulouse.
Joe Simpson scored two wonder tries in the first half as they led 20-9 but the French champions produced an impressive comeback to claim the win.
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Gloucester were beaten 21-12 by Saracens in the Gallagher Premiership today.
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Gloucester suffered their first defeat of the season as they went down 16-13 at Leicester.
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All ready here at Welford road as Gloucester face Leicester Tigers this afternoon. Ed Slater skippers the side against his former club. I’ll have live tweets throughout the match via @GlosRugbyLive #glawsfamily #LEIvGLO pic.twitter.com/hBNlzkQJYm— Katy Homewood (@_katyhomewood) November 2, 2019
Joe Simpson starred for Gloucester as he scored two tries in the 25-9 win over his former club Wasps.
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