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2 years ago By Chris Wilson

Three players who played in the Warriors side thrashed by Nottingham Outlaws last season contributed to the All Golds victory there last weekend.

James Walter and Archie Gibbs started the game and Connor Jones came off the bench to help their new side to a 48-32 victory over the reigning champions.

Last season the Warriors were humbled 102-6 with Walter contributing the only try for the visitors on that occasion.

This time out, Gibbs converted all eight of the All Golds tries from Harry Kidd, Hanley Dawson (2), Callum Bradbury, Sam Hodge (2), captain Chris True and Dieter Thomas.

The win puts the All Golds joint second in the table along with three other sides.

A full report of the game can be found on the All Golds website:

IMAGE: Brad Kislingbury, Connor Jones and Harry Kidd close in on the Outlaws' George Strachan (Courtesy Jon Hendley)

Updated 11:32 - 27 Apr 2016 by Chris Wilson

Where next?

Bath match postponed Owing to the call on players from the Combination Cup Finals, the Warriors have been forced to postpone the game against Bath Romans.
SO HERE’S TO YOU MR ROBINSON The Gloucestershire Warriors have appointed 18-year-old Gloucestershire University student Matthew Robinson as their head coach for the 2016 season.


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