Players awards - get votes in by 12 noon on Monday
Season ticket holders are reminded that they have until 12 noon on Monday 25 April to submit their votes for the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.
The two awards, organised by the Season Ticket Holders Association, are voted for by the 7,200 club season ticket holders.
This will be the first year of the Doug Wadley Trophy, which will be awarded to the Player of the Year.
The trophy is named after Doug Wadley, who played for the team and was a leading administrator over many years, finishing as Club secretary, shortly before his sad death at the end of 2003.
Season ticket holders can complete their voting slips in their books and hand them in at the ticket office before 12 noon on Monday (25 April).
The awards will be presented before kick off at the final home game of the Premiership season against Saracens on Saturday 30 April.
The previous Player of Year awards were presented to Ludovic Mercier in 2001/02, Jake Boer in 2002/03 and Henry Paul in 2003/04. The first Young Player of the Year award was presented to Jon Goodridge last season.
Speaking ahead of Saturday's Aviva Premiership fixture at home to Newcastle Falcons (kick off 3pm), Director of Rugby David Humphreys emphasised the importance this weekend of Gloucester building on last week's impressive home victory against the Exeter Chiefs.
Speaking to the assembled national and local media, try-scorer Jonny May was delighted and relieved to have tasted victory on Saturday evening, and is looking forward to the European Rugby Challenge Cup final.
Tom Savage delivered a Man of the Match performance against Exeter Chiefs on his birthday on Saturday evening. He spoke to GRTV after the game about the importance of the European Rugby Challenge Cup win.
Speaking to the local media this week, John Afoa described the hard work that the Cherry and White have been putting in and that he is fighting fit ready for Saturday's European Rugby Challenge Cup semi final clash with Exeter Chiefs.
Gloucester Rugby face Exeter Chiefs this Saturday in the European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final, and Charlie Sharples, who starts at full back is relishing the challenge of the big Kingsholm occasion.
Gloucester meet the Exeter Chiefs for the fourth time in competitive action this weekend, this time in the semi-final of the European Rugby Challenge Cup. Director of Rugby David Humphreys told the local media this week that this is the sort of game that Gloucester want to be involved in on a regular basis and that he and his team are looking forward to it.
Following the 29-26 loss to Harlequins, club captain Billy Twelvetrees spoke of his disappointment that the Cherry and Whites were unable to cash in on the home side's indiscipline and lose a lead on Saturday afternoon.
Number eight Gareth Evans admitted to a collective feeling of frustration as Gloucester lost narrowly at Harlequins on Saturday, but insisted that there are plenty of positives to draw upon ahead of next Saturday's European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final at home to Exeter.
Gloucester Rugby return to Aviva Premiership action against the Newcastle Falcons on Saturday (Kingsholm, kick off 3pm), and make several changes to the side that defeated Exeter Chiefs at home last weekend.
With a fantastic rugby season coming to a thrilling climax and the prospect of the world's best battling it out in our back garden in September and October, there has never been a better time to quiz your Gloucester Rugby and home nation heroes on what makes them tick.