It was a good ending for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union side Gloucester Rugby at Kingsholm because they are just a step away from taking home their first ever trophy. The team had been backed well by the new manager Nigel Davies.
They finished third at the JP Morgan Asset Management Premiership Rugby 7s and made it to the finals of the tournament. Meanwhile, The Cherry Whites too gets to play in the finals that is scheduled to be held on the coming Friday.
Alongside Gloucester Rugby, there will be Bath Rugby’s Aviva Premiership rivals, the London Irish, Saracens FC, the Sale Sharks and the London Welsh who are going to appear at the finals. A heavy-weight lineup was fielded by Davies for the match. There were England Saxons players Jonny May as well as Freddie Burns. From the very beginning of the game, the twists and turns were visible and the excitement went higher till the very end with the consistent sparks from the star players.
However, what was worth relishing was that the most under rated stars of the team Cherry Whites really gave a mind-blowing game and Ian Clark with his six tries left a benchmark in the history of rugby. He sped through the field out of reach for his opponents and left his own mark alongside going for the team work. May, Clark’s teammate, also played well throughout the series and it finally resulted in his team going in for the final round.
The manager Nigel Davies is almost beside himself with the satisfaction that his team has given him and has decided to keep the same lineup for the next season of the Aviva Premiership because this Gloucester Rugby is likely to make the dream of winning the trophy come true.