Jonny Wilkinson in typical action against Gloucester
THERE are only 1,000 tickets remaining to see Jonny Wilkinson at Kingsholm on Saturday (3pm).
Gloucester are on course for their highest home gate of the season when Newcastle come to town for a crucial Premiership encounter.
But the chance to watch Wilkinson, the man who won the World Cup for England, is one of the biggest attractions in the English game and supporters are advised to book tickets now to avoid disappointment.
The ticket office at Kingsholm is open from 9am until 5pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and until 6.30pm on Thursday when supporters have the chance to get up to £2 off a ticket under the early purchase scheme.
There are no seating tickets available, only for the Shed and terracing.
The ticket office closes at 3.30pm on Friday but is open again at 10am on Saturday. Tickets are also available on www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk or from 0871 871 8781.
Willi Heinz was understandably and visibly disappointed when he spoke to GRTV after the 27-30 home defeat to Harlequins, apologising to the home support as the game slipped away after seemingly having the game under control.
Speaking to the local media this week, Scottish centre Matt Scott spoke of the squad's determination to put in a big home performance against Harlequins, with vital points up for grabs in the hunt for a Top Six spot this Saturday (KO 3pm)
Looking ahead to Saturday's Aviva Premiership fixture at home to Harlequins (kick off 3pm), Head Coach Laurie Fisher told the local media that Gloucester will need to be on top of their game in a match which has big implications in terms of top six ambitions.
A big few days for the Gloucester-Hartpury Women side. First came the news that the team will compete in Women's Super Rugby next season, and on Saturday the team will play Worcester Ladies IIs at Kingsholm. Centre Hannah Jones and wing Michelle Ruddock spoke to GRTV this week to reflect on events.
Speaking to the local media after the 35-22 loss at Wasps, lock Tom Savage spoke of his disappointment at the result, with Gloucester left to rue a number of missed opportunities against a clinical home side.
Speaking to the local media this week, back row flanker Jacob Rowan said that he is excited for the challenge at the Ricoh Arena this Sunday, and added that the players know the responsibility is theirs to deliver against the league leaders.
Speaking after his return from England duty, Gloucester winger Jonny May reflected on England winning the Six Nations Championship, if not the Grand Slam, and what he needs to focus on to get back into the starting line-up.
Ross Moriarty started for Wales at the Stade de France on Saturday while Matt Scott was a replacement for Scotland. It was Scott who finished the day the happier, a try-scorer in a 29-0 victory over Italy.
Ireland U20s came within inches of spoiling the party at Donnybrook on Friday evening, but Henry Walker's first half try proved to be the difference as England U20s hung on to win 14-10 and clinch their first Grand Slam for five years.
It's the final round of Six Nations action this weekend, and it's not just Eddie Jones' senior England side going for a Grand Slam. So too, are the England U20s with three Gloucester players set to start in the big game against Ireland.