Fans have called for the kids to be given a go against London Irish with seven players under 23 named in their Gloucester Rugby squad. Gloucestershire Live ran a poll this week that gave the Kingsholm faithful the chance to have a crack at Johan Ackermann’s job and pick the team. They have come up with an exciting team loaded with youngsters, we’ll see how close it is to the real thing when Gloucester announce their team at midday on Friday.
Gloucester Rugby host London Irish at Kingsholm on Saturday with the team due to be announced at midday. Owen Williams is among those that will not be available for selection with the outside-half having been rested by Gloucester to recover from international exertions. Several key players are still injured for Gloucester but are close to a return for the Cherry and Whites. This blog will keep you up to date with all the news as it comes in, including the squad announcement for Gloucester at noon.
Gloucester Rugby’s young back rower Jake Polledri has spoken about the departure of Ross Moriarty and knows that it is a big chance for him. The 22-year-old has impressed on his arrival from Hartpury and has been touted as a long-term replacement for Moriarty, who joins the Dragons at the end of the season. He has opened up on his relationship with the Welshman and assessed his own performance in the famous Cherry and White shirt.
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