Their Names Stand High on Roll of Honour

Cheltenham Rugby Club’s 125th anniversary year coincides with the anniversary of a hundred years since the start of the First World War and the ten club players who gave their lives are being particularly remembered through a new memorial at Newlands Park Today’s young players at the club are very aware of the sacrifice of…


‘Club honours fallen heroes 100 years on’

Eight players of Cheltenham Rugby Club, who died during the First World War were remembered at a formal ceremony at Newlands Park. A new memorial to the eight players, all Cheltenham men, who went to fight in the trenches, was unveiled by Air Vice Marshal Tony Mason. The players mainly served in the Gloucestershire Regiment. The…

Cheltenham are well beaten by Coney Hill

CHELTENHAM’S first game at Western Counties North level ended in a heavy defeat by Coney Hill at Metz Way. Coney Hill 50 Cheltenham 24 The result will give head coach Chris Scott and his new-look side much to think about, but for Coney Hill it is the perfect start to the season. Read more: