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What a nightmare! Agfter the euphoria of a "routine" home win against a strangely subdued Falcons the Cherry and White faithful now face the prospect of trying to get to Bilbao for the Challenge Cup Final on May 11th ..
Revenge Would Be Sweet
Falcons arrive on Friday night for the European Challenge Cup semi final as the only visiting side to have won at Kingsholm this season. For that reason alone this season's surprise Premiership package need to be taken seriously.
What A Finish
If only we could bottle the way we played in the last ten minutes against a spirited Quins. A three try blitz meant we left Kingsholm buzzing and wondering why we can't do that more often given the quality in the squad ..
Race Hots Up
Five points against out of sorts Quins is a must if we are stay in contention. With just three games left we've slipped to seventh but are only five points behind third placed Tigers.
The Cherry and Whites will want to forget this one. We were never in the hunt against a hardworking and organised Exeter side who crossed six times - to be honest the Chiefs could have had more as they cruised home 46-10.
Three On The Bounce?
Three away games on the trot is a tough call but we won at Irish and Connacht so there's no reason why we can't sneak a win at Exeter on Sunday.
Glaws through to face Falcons
Any win in Ireland is a good one but despite there being eight tries in this game it did reflect that this was the second tier competition.
Quarter Final Challenge
Gloucs are heading off to Ireland determined to silence the vocal Connacht crowd. With John Afoa striding out for his centenary Cherry and White appearance it will be an experienced side which has been tasked with getting to the semi-final of the European Challenge Cup ..
Following Glaws is not for the faint hearted. After sleepwalking though the first quarter of the game against the bottom club we charged back to build up a big lead only to be digging deep at the end. However, a win is a win and we are back in the top four ...
Tough Test at Irish
London Irish have a new coaching team in place and Glaws will have to be preprared for an onslaught of green shirts anxious to impress.