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Gloucester Rugby reflections on life of Tom Walkinshaw

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The rugby community is coming to terms with the news that Tom Walkinshaw, owner of Gloucester Rugby club, has died at the age of 64.

He had been battling with cancer for some time.

Mr Walkinshaw bought a 73% stake in the club in 1997, increasing it to 98% two years later.

Listen to reaction from three men who were active in the club when Walkinshaw originally bought in.

Firstly Richard Hill, director of rugby at the time, then former number eight Simon Devereux and finally former team manager John Fidler speak to BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Mark Cummings.

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