Gloucester's season ticket holders association host their final event of the season on Tuesday 19 April at Kingsholm, as the final week of voting for the player of the season awards approaches.
The 'meet the players' event in the main bar will start at 7.15pm (doors open at 6.45pm) and will see the Club's Welsh boys meet the fans, with Grand Slam winner Mefin Davies, summer signing Gary Powell, and Wales U21s captain James Merriman all present.
Supporters will also have the opportunity to vote for their Player of the Season and Young Player of the Season on the evening, although they will be able to vote via the ticket office until 12Midday on Monday 25th April 2005.
The awards will be presented before kick off when Gloucester take on Saracens at Kingsholm on Saturday 30 April (kick off 3pm).
Terry Short is the chairman of the season ticket holders association and said: "Not only is it the last 'meet the players' evening of the season, but it is also the final evening to be held in the old members club before work on the new stand starts."
An Evening with the Welsh Boys (Mefin Davies, James Merriman and Gary Powell)
Tuesday 19th April in the Members Bar, Kingsholm
Doors open at 6.45pm
Questions to start at 7.15pm
Entry on production of the season ticket book
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