THIS season the popular GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP Try Time promotion has returned and for the first time will visit 10 GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP grounds.
Supporters will now not only be able to experience the highs and lows of world class rugby week-in, week-out in the Guinness Premiership but those at the match will also be given the chance to win a pint of the black stuff, sharing the craic of the original GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP Try Time with their mates.
To enter GUINNESS PREMIERSHIP Try Time, use your rugby knowledge to text the team name and shirt number of who you think will score the last try of the game to 67777 before the start of the second-half* e.g. Gloucester 8.
Come the final whistle those who predicted the last try scorer correctly will receive a winning text that they can redeem at the Shogun Bar in the new C&G stand for the ultimate reward - a pint of the black stuff. Fans who did not manage to correctly predict the last scorer will be entered into a prize draw to win the Ultimate GUINNESS Rugby weekend - topping off a perfect day of rugby for everyone.
Get texting for your chance to be seconds from greatness.
It's the first Gloucester-Bristol derby at Kingsholm in over eight years this Saturday (kick off 4:30pm) and, previewing the game with the local media this week, Defence Coach Jonny Bell stressed that, with both teams in the bottom half of the table, they both need the points.
Speaking to the local media this week, Gloucester front rower John Afoa knows the challenge ahead this week against Bristol, and calls on the Cherry and Whites to make the most of home advantage as a determined squad look to bounce back from a narrow loss to Saracens.
Tom Savage speaks to GRTV and the local media as Gloucester went down by 24-20 at Saracens on Sunday afternoon. The second row was disappointed with the result, despite a strong showing from the hosts.
Speaking immediately after the game, skipper Willi Heinz thought that Gloucester had executed their game plan reasonably well and competed hard against Saracens. However, it wasn't enough but the squad will have plenty to work on this week ahead of the derby match against Bristol.
Gloucester may be coming off their best win of the season, the 38-16 victory over Wasps last weekend, but Director of Rugby David Humphreys admits that Sunday's trip to Saracens is an even tougher test.
After a series of contract announcements last week, hooker Richard Hibbard is the latest Gloucester Rugby player to commit to a new contract at the club and told GRTV how much he enjoys playing in the Cherry and White of Gloucester.
A try scorer in the 36-18 Aviva Premiership win over Wasps at Kingsholm on Saturday, Charlie Sharples admitted that Gloucester would enjoy the moment but can't get too carried away. The team got what they deserved but the winger wants these performances to be more frequent.
England Head Coach Eddie Jones has made two changes to his side to play Australia in Saturday's final match of the Old Mutual Wealth Series at Twickenham Stadium (kick-off 2.30pm, live on Sky Sports 2). Jonny May lines up on the left wing.