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Since 2007 Mitsubishi Motors has been a sponsor of Gloucester Rugby, one of the most iconic clubs in the history of Rugby. We’re proud to announce that from July 2015 we’re expanding that partnership like never before to become the club’s main partner.
In this month's podcast hooker Richard Hibbard takes us for a spin to chat cars, rugby and more. We also chat to Gloucester Wheelchair Rugby player Charlie Hetherington and a young fan grills Charlie Sharples in The Shed.
In the latest Gloucester Rugby podcast backs Charlie Sharples and Henry Trinder dish the dirt on their teammates, rising star Ben Vellacott talks us through his rugby journey and Tom Denton is grilled by a young fan in The Shed.
In the latest Gloucester Rugby podcast we celebrate the month of love with a special Valentines themed episode. Henry Trinder quizzes teammate Jacob Rowan on his love life with a round of Trinder’s Tinder and Chef Will serves up the perfect recipe for that special date. Paddy McAllister is the man in The Shed being grilled by a young fan and we speak to the Cherry and White stars of tomorrow at a Gloucester Rugby youth camp.
In this month’s programme we put Billy Burns and Henry Purdy through a Gloucester Question of Sport quiz, John Afoa gets grilled by a young fan and David Humphreys looks back on 2016.
In the final Gloucester Rugby podcast of 2016, we get all festive to celebrate Christmas. James Hook and Billy Twelvetrees take on our Secret Santa quiz, Mark Atkinson is quizzed by not one, but two young fans and the players sing us a very special Christmas Carol.
In the second of this season's podcasts, we head to Kingsholm for the inaugural Mitsubishi Motors Hybrid Cup. A team of Gloucester Rugby Heroes take on the Salford Red Devils Heroes, with Rugby Union and League clashing on the pitch to raise money for good causes. We speak to Gloucester legends such as Mike Tindall and Lesley Vainokolo and former League star Adrian Morley.
In the first of this season’s podcast, we put new signings Tom Denton and Matt Scott to the test, Billy Twelvetrees feels the pressure as he is interviewed by one of our younger fans and we find out what’s cooking this month with Chef Will.
Our final podcast of the season is here! In this month’s edition we pit rugby against three day eventing at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, Greig Laidlaw takes on the 60 second quiz and we review the season with Director of Rugby David Humphreys.Download the June 2016 Podcast
In the latest podcast we attended the Gloucester Rugby end of season awards evening to chat with the winners. We also talk to owner, Martin St Quinton about his plans for the club’s future.Download the May 2016 podcast
In April’s podcast we go British with the Kiwi boys to see what they know about their new home. Henry Trinder is grilled in the 60 second quiz and reveals who his favourite Chipmonk is. Finally, Laure Fisher give his views of last month’s performances.Download the April 2016 podcast
In this month’s programme we put Ben Morgan’s driving skills to the test as he takes us for a spin in his silent Mitsubishi hybrid. Media Manager Duncan Wood tells us about a typical week for him and Willi Heinz (and his questionable singing voice) takes on the 60 second quiz.Download the March 2016 podcast
This month Paddy McAllister is grilled by our Mitsubishi Motors Roving Reporter. We listen to home grown talent Lewis Ludlow talk about his step up from the Academy to first team rugby. And find out what Mark Atkinson thinks of Jacob Rowan’s legs!Download the February 2016 podcast
In January’s podcast hear what happens when Henry Purdy and Billy Burns go head to head in the end of year quiz. Nick Wood takes the 60 second quiz with our latest Mitsubishi Motors Roving Reporter, Jack Thorn. Plus Dave Balmer, the Stadium Manager, explains how he loves being part of the Gloucester family, and what it’s like looking after the hallowed Kingsholm turf.Download the January 2016 podcast
In the latest podcast we get festive with Captain Billy Twelvetrees, Billy Meakes faces the 60 second Challenge and we get inspiration for Christmas presents by finding out about the official Gloucester Rugby merchandise.Download the December 2015 podcast
This month’s podcast is especially for all you food lovers out there. In the player interview feature Rob COOK and Willi HEINZ grill each other, plus we find out what the Brazilian football team and Gloucester Rugby have in common. The first of our Mitsubishi Motors Roving Reporter puts Jonny May to the test with a 60 second quiz. Finally we hear from Director of Rugby, David Humphreys, who gives a review of the previous month’s performances.Download the November 2015 podcast
In the first of our monthly podcasts we go behind the scenes of Gloucester Rugby. In this edition our very own Managing Director, Lance Bradley, goes under the spotlight in a Mastermind style quiz, plus you can hear the hilarious results of what happened when Richard Hibbard and James Hook put their interviewing skills to the test. In our backroom staff feature we talk to Mandy Isom, Gloucester Rugby Hospitality Manager, who has been with the cherry & whites for nearly 18 years. Finally we reveal a fantastic new competition which will give younger fans the chance to become a Mitsubishi Motors Roving Reporter for future podcasts.Download the October 2015 Podcast
“To have the opportunity to become the main club partner is something we are massively excited about. At a time when there is plenty of excitement for us, Gloucester Rugby and rugby in general.”
Lance Bradley Managing Director
“We have a really good relationship with Mitsubishi Motors, and they have Gloucester Rugby at their heart. Their business is massively successful on the global market, and we aspire to that.”
Stephen Vaughan CEO
“Mitsubishi Motors have given us massive support in recent years, and it’s fantastic to have them as our main partners. I’ve been driving a hybrid Outlander, and it’s a great drive, and I really enjoyed it.”