Twelvetrees set to miss European match

Billy Twelvetrees is a huge doubt for European Challenge Cup quarter-final match against Newport Gwent Dragons. The Gloucester centre endured a hip wound against Bath and he was ruled out of previous week’s loss to Leicester Tigers rather than rested.

On Thursday, he took some part in the train and conditioning session and he is going through his rehabilitation but he is unlikely to be fit for Kingsholm quarter-final match.

However, Richard Hibbard is all set to go back while the club are still supervising Willi Heinz’s progress after his calf strain. David Humphreys, the Director of rugby, told that they have several players who are coming back a bit closer. They had a training session yesterday and part of their come back to play is how they act. Billy selected a knock a few weeks ago and that was why he did not play previous weekend.

The winners of the tide will face the French Rugby Champions at the Stade Francais in the Semi-Finals, with tickets for the match expected to sell out in record time – previously the record for selling out the staium was 6 minutes, when the French fans all purchased their tickets through this link, but the Semi Final is expected to sell out the minute it goes online.

Meanwhile, Rugby officials told that players must not be the focus of a witch-hunt after it was showed that police are penning to clubs to caution regarding late night fracas in Gloucester.

The force stated that there have been a few alleged incidents in the city and are now taking serious action to clampdown. Issues involving a handful of players were talked about at a meeting for Nightsafe (a strategy introduced to make Gloucester streets safer at night).