HENRY Trinder will relish the role of ‘minder’ today as Gloucester launch their challenge to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2008.
A Challenge Cup win in 2015 followed by a final appearance two years ago cannot disguise Gloucester’s poor record in Europe’s premier competition.
Trinder is determined to change all that as he forms a new centre partnership with up-and-coming Tom Seabrook as his side aims to sink Lyon’s all-stars.
Trinder said: “It’s a very hard competition but this is where we need to show the strength of our squad, we’re looking forward to it.
“We’ve got g...
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